|Interface||PCI Express 3.0 x16|
|Stream Processors||2816 Stream Processing Units|
|Floating Point Formats||5.24 TFLOPS peak single-precision floating-point performance
2.62 TFLOPS peak dual-precision floating-point performance
|DisplayPort||6 x mini DisplayPort 1.2a|
|Digital Resolution||4096 x 2160|
|Operating Systems Supported||Microsoft Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 7 and Linux (32- or 64-bit)|
|System Requirements||Available PCIe x16 (dual-slot), 3.0 for optimal performance
A power supply, on?e PCIe AUX power connector (8-pin) and one PCIe AUX power connector (six-pin)
16GB system memory
Microsoft Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 7 or Linux operating system (32- or 64-bit)
Internet connection for driver installation
|Features||5.24 TFLOPS of peak single-precision floating-point performance
Helps speed up time required to complete single precision operations used within simulations, video enhancement, signal processing, video transcoding and digital rendering applications where high performance takes precedence over accuracy.
Choice between 32GB or 16GB GDDR5 GPU memory
Work at a whole new level of speed and responsiveness. With a 512-bit memory interface and 320 GB/s of memory bandwidth, users can edit 4K video, layer in multiple effects and color correct, or load massive assemblies and data sets and manipulate them in real time.
With six mini DisplayPort outputs and support for DisplayPort 1.2a, the AMD FirePro W9100 can actually drive up to six 4K displays without DisplayPort 1.2a MST hubs. The ability to run up to six 4K displays lets you visualize every detail of your project in new and exciting ways. That's nearly 50 million pixels at your command.
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. With 2.62 TFLOPs of peak double-precision floating-point performance, AMD FirePro W9100 is the first graphics card to break the 2.0 TFLOPS double-precision barrier. It's 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.
DirectGMA and SDI support
Removes CPU bandwidth and latency bottlenecks and optimizes communication between GPUs within a system, as well as with third-party devices like SDI I/O cards. DirectGMA bypasses any need to traverse the host's main memory, reducing CPU utilization and helping to avoid redundant transfers over PCIe, resulting in high-throughput, low-latency data transfers.
Ensures accurate and consistent video synchronization to external sources or