At VMworld this past weekend, AMD released a brand new graphics card based on the current existing Vega architecture. The V340 has dual Vega GPU chips and 32 GB HBM2 w/ ECC, which has made it possible to run 32 virtual machines with 1GB of VRAM allocated to each. It also includes the MxGPU technology, which is the industry’s only hardware-based GPU virtualization.
This will enable the card to provide CAD designers and media rendering firms the capability to tackle today’s most complex designs and rendering workloads. Currently, this card will not be available in the retail market and will be intended for the professional user — releasing in Q4 2018.
As announcements continue to roll out from AMD, we’ll continue to provide information. Let us know what you think about AMD’s brand new Dual-Vega Radeon Pro V340 graphics card. If you have any questions, please contact us for more information!