The AMD Radeon Pro Duo may be an older GPU but there is no denying the fact that it is still a beast of a card, even with today’s competition and standards. Even better the price of the AMD Radeon Pro Duo has been cut in almost half and what used to be a $1500 GPU can now be purchased in just $799. Many AIB partners are already implementing this price cut and it is a matter of time before the rest follow.
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If you were wondering if this is an exclusive offer then this is not the case there is no region specification on the promotion but the discount may vary from place to place. The discount that we have seen ranges from 31-46%. Even 31% is a great deal considering the horsepower that you are getting for the money but surely 46% off is the best that you can get so why not try for that? You can take advantage of this promotion in North America and Asia Pacific as well.
AMD Radeon Pro Duo Specifications
The AMD Radeon Pro Duo has the following features:
- Two full-fledged Fiji GPUs
- 128 compute units
- 4096 shaders
- 8192 core count
- 64 raster operation units for each core
- 256 texture mapping units
- 1000 MHz operating frequency
- 512 GT/s texture fill rates
- 128 GP/s pixel fill rates
- AMD’s Liquid VR support
- FireRender technologies
- 16 TFLOPs of 32-bit single precision compute
As you can tell by the above-mentioned numbers the AMD Radeon Pro Duo is a monster and what you are being offered here is a steal. Yes, the architecture may be a bit old but there is still a lot that the GPU has to offer in terms of gaming and professional workstation-grade performance output.
Radeon R9 Fury X Also Going Cheap
Besides the AMD Radeon Pro Duo, the XFX version of the AMD Radeon R9 Fury X is also going for $308, this is the price point of the custom RX 480s. This GPU cost $650 previously so this is another deal that you can take advantage of right now.
Let us know what you think about the AMD Radeon Pro Duo and the AMD Radeon R9 Fury X. Is it possible that AMD stock is being pushed out in anticipation of the new AMD Vega GPUs?