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Specifications of the AMD FirePro W10000 GPU

AMD FirePro W10000 is a desktop workstation Graphics Processing Unit, that is built on Graphics Core Next architecture and is produced on 28 nm technological process. The GPU was introduced in November 2012. The card's graphics frequency is 925 MHz. It also has 4096 stream processors, 256 texture units, as well as 64 color ROPs. The FirePro W10000 incorporates 6 GB of GDDR5 memory, using 384 bit bus. The memory is clocked at 1.375 GHz, which translates to 528 GB/s memory bandwidth. The GPU supports PCI Express 3.0 interface, and needs 2 motherboard slots. The maximum power draw of this model is 375 Watt.

More detailed specifications of the AMD FirePro W10000 graphics card you will find below.

Name / Brand / Architecture

Model:FirePro W10000
Reference card?:Yes
Target market segment:Workstation
Die name:Tahiti XT x 2
Architecture:Graphics Core Next
Fabrication process:28 nm
Transistors:4.313 billion
Bus interface:PCI-E 3.0 x 16
Launch date:November 2012


Graphics clock:925 MHz

Memory specifications

Memory size:2 x 3072 MB
Memory type:GDDR5
Memory clock:1375 MHz
Memory clock (effective):5500 MHz
Memory interface width:2 x 384-bit
Memory bandwidth:2 x 264 GB/s

Cores / Texture

Compute units:2 x 32
Color ROPs:2 x 32
Z/Stencil ROPs:2 x 128
Stream processors:2 x 2048
Texture units:2 x 128

Electric characteristics

Maximum power draw:375 W


Pixel fill rate:2 x 29.6 Gigapixels/s
Texture fill rate:2 x 118.4 Gigatexels/s
Single presision compute power:2 x 3778.8 GFLOPS
Double precision compute power:2 x 944.7 GFLOPS

External connectors

Power connectors:2 x 8-pin



Other features / Support

Open CL support:1.2
OpenGL support:4.2
DirectX support:11.1
Shader model:5.0

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