AMD Radeon Pro V340 surfaces online

With two Vega 10 GPUs inside

On Benchlife a slide regarding a mysterious AMD Radeon Pro V340 graphics card has been published. This card is intended for designer and it sports 32GB HBM2 memory and two Vega 10 chips. During the latest hours we have read several misleading informations about this card so it's better to clear the situation up a bit.

According to several sources, this card was based on 7nm Vega 20 chip due to the 32GB HBM2 memory. However this information appears to be wrong since we are talking about two Vega 10 GPUs. This model has been found in the drivers as "AMD Radeon Pro V340 MxGPU", which confirmes it is Multi-GPU. A single Vega 10 chip packs a maximum of 8GB or 16GB HBM2 spread over two 4GB or 8GB packages per chip.

The slide doesn't share many informations. According to the document, the upcoming AMD Radeon Pro V340 comes with shared hardware encoding for H.265 and H.264 codecs. Furthermore, it packs a "security processor" but at the moment it isn't clear what that means. Since this card lacks display outputs, it cannot be used as desktop graphics card, but more like an accelerator.

Source: Videocardz

News by Luca Rocchi and Marc Büchel - German Translation by Marc Büchel - Italian Translation by Francesco Daghini

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