AMD FirePro W9000

The AMD FirePro W9000 is a powerful and reliable graphics card for professional workflows. It features a base clock speed of 975MHz, 2048 Cuda cores, 6GB of GDDR5 memory also the effective memory clock speed of 5500MHz. With 384-bit memory bus, the W9000 offers a generous bandwidth of 264GB/s allowing for efficient and smooth data transfers. It also supports DirectX 11.2, OpenGL 4.4 and OpenCL 1.2, the card offering great versatility and compatibility. Its 28nm process size and 274W TDP ensure great performance with low power consumption. The card is 279mm width also PCI Express version 3.

AMD FirePro W9000 – specs

Clock speeds
Base clock speed:975MHz
Boost clock speed:no data
Memory clock speed:1375MHz
Effective memory clock speed:5500MHz
Memory size:6GB
Memory type:GDDR5
Memory Bus:384bit
Bandwidth:264 GB/s
Graphics features
Card details
Process size:28 nm
Cuda cores:2048
Height:no data
PCI Express version:3

AMD FirePro W9000 - FAQ

Is AMD FirePro W9000 graphics good for gaming?

The AMD FirePro W9000 has a base clock speed of 975MHz and a boost clock speed of no data, with 2048 cuda cores and a 6GB GDDR5 memory with a clock speed of 5500MHz and a memory bus of 384bit, offering a bandwidth of 264GB/s. It is an average performance card for gaming, but has low details for new games.

What is the equivalent of the AMD FirePro W9000?

The performance equivalent of the AMD FirePro W9000 card is the EVGA GeForce GTX 580 Classified card.

How many watts does the AMD FirePro W9000 use?

The AMD FirePro W9000 at its peak consumes around 274 watts.

How many GBs of RAM does the AMD FirePro W9000 have?

The AMD FirePro W9000 has 6GB of RAM.

How many CUDA cores does the AMD FirePro W9000 have?

The AMD FirePro W9000 is equipped with 2048 CUDA cores.

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