AMD Graphics Core Next (GCN) architecture
The world's first 28 nm GPU architecture, GCN is designed for high utilization, high throughput and multitasking. It's the only discrete graphics architecture compatible with the x86 programming model, paving the way for future software and hardware integration.
12GB GDDR5 memory
Features a 384-bit memory interface and up to 264GB/s memory bandwidth. Helps improve overall workload speed and system responsiveness, especially when working with large amounts of data.
AMD FirePro™ consumes 225W at maximum power and features intelligent power monitoring and management technologies. AMD PowerTune technology dynamically optimizes GPU power usage and AMD ZeroCore Power technology significantly reduces power consumption at idle.1
AMD PowerTune technology
AMD PowerTune technology is an intelligent system that performs real-time analysis of applications that utilize a GPU.1 In the event that an application is not making the most of the power available to the GPU, AMD PowerTune can improve that application's performance by raising the GPU's clock speed by up to 30% – automatically.
AMD STREAM technology²
Powers the ecosystem that enables AMD FirePro™ S-Series server cards to be used for compute intensive workflows leveraging the massively parallel processing power of AMD GPUs, and accelerates many applications beyond just graphics.
Designed for silent operation and simplifies thermal design for server environments.
Scalable ultra-parallel processing architecture
Enables high floating-point performance across a wide range of computing applications:
- 806 GLOPS of peak double-precision floating-point performance
- 3.23 TFLOPS of peak single-precision floating-point performance
Error correcting code (ECC) memory
Helps ensure the accuracy of computations by correcting single or double bit errors as a result of naturally occurring background radiation.
Support for OpenCL™ 1.2, DirectX® 11 and OpenGL® 4.3
Support for latest industry standard APIs enables optimal performance in leading applications; OpenCL 1.2 conformance expected.