The Ultimate Engineering and Media & Entertainment Solution
The AMD FirePro™ W7100 graphics card delivers the high-end graphics performance and special features engineering and creative professionals need to take their projects to the next level – including 8GB of ultrafast GDDR5 memory, improved GeometryBoost and HD multimedia engines.
The AMD FirePro™ professional graphics product family is certified on more than 100 different applications for improved performance and reliability, including the most popular design and engineering and media and entertainment applications.
8GB GDDR5 Memory
Helps to improve overall workstation speed and responsiveness, and application performance. Load large assemblies, models and data sets and manipulate them with ease, or edit 4K video, layer in multiple effects and color correct on the fly.
DirectGMA (Direct Graphics Memory Access) Support
DirectGMA bypasses any need to traverse the host’s main memory, reducing CPU utilization and avoiding redundant transfers over PCIe®, resulting in high throughput, low latency data transfers.
Support for DisplayPort 1.2a and Adaptive-Sync
The new DisplayPort 1.2a standard and its new Adaptive-Sync feature enables FreeSync™ technology from AMD that allows GPU control of display refresh rates for tear-free and jitter-free image quality when rotating models or viewing video content.
Allows the AMD FirePro W7100 to process geometry data at a rate of four times per clock cycle, doubling the per clock rate of primitive and vertex processing compared to the AMD FirePro™ W7000 workstation graphics card.
AMD Eyefinity Technology
A multidisplay technology enabling highly immersive and powerful multitasking experience across up to four displays, powered by a single AMD FirePro™ W7100 graphics card.
OpenCL™ 2.0 Support
Tap into the parallel computing power of modern GPUs and multicore CPUs to accelerate compute-intensive tasks in leading CAD/CAM/CAE and media and entertainment applications that support OpenCL. AMD FirePro™ W7100 supports OpenCL 1.2 and is expected to support OpenCL 2.0, allowing developers to take advantage of new features that give GPUs more freedom to do the work they are designed to do.