AMD has launched the RDNA 2-based Radeon Pro V620 GPU, designed for use in servers and for tasks such as game streaming, visual computing, machine learning, and more.
The new Radeon Pro V620 is a Pro version of the RX 6800 XT. Both feature 4,608 stream processors and 72 compute units, with a maximum memory bandwidth of 512 GB/s. The big difference is that the new GPU doubles the memory configuration, with a 32 GB GDDR6 capacity to handle more demanding tasks.
The Radeon Pro V620 uses a PCIe Gen 4.0 x16 slot and runs at a maximum power of 300W. However, this GPU has a passive heat dissipation system that can be used in conjunction with active cooling from server fans.
According to AMD, the main features of Radeon Pro V620 are as follows:
- All-new AMD RDNA 2 architecture with 32GB of GDDR6 memory and AMD Infinity Cache, as well as ray tracing through dedicated hardware.
- SR-IOV-based GPU virtualization is suitable for many professional graphics users, as well as advanced security features.
- Designed to support the latest AMD drivers and AMD ROCm software to enable a variety of workloads including cloud gaming, DaaS, WaaS, and ML.
- Full support for DirectX 12 Ultimate, DirectX, OpenGL, WebGL, and OpenCL.
- With this new server graphics card, AMD completes three lines of RDNA 2 GPUs for different tasks: the RX 6000 series optimized for gaming and content creation, the W6000X series for content creation, and heavier GPUs, and the Pro V620 GPUs for cloud operations.
The new Pro V620 GPU goes on sale today, but will not be available at regular retail due to its cloud computing capabilities. Interested parties should contact AMD directly to purchase one.