What’s New With AMD Software: PRO Edition

The company moves to rebrand the software suite to better integrate graphics with CPUs and platform-level features.

The company moves to rebrand the software suite to better integrate graphics with CPUs and platform-level features.

AMD Software: PRO Edition. Image courtesy of AMD.


AMD unveils AMD Software: PRO Edition. The company is rebranding its software suite to better integrate graphics with CPUs and platform-level features and accelerate performance throughout the entire machine, the company reports. Professional users can expect to see quicker times for renderings and video encoding, better performance for 3D model interactions, streamlined ray tracing, and graphics-driven computations, according to AMD.

Performance Level-up

For AMD Software: PRO Edition, the newest software driver contains important optimizations to improve your performance with the Radeon PRO workstation graphics cards and graphics-intensive applications.

Support has Arrived 

Maxon Redshift, a fully GPU-accelerated biased renderer, has added support for the AMD Radeon PRO W6800 graphics card. AMD says it has worked very closely with Redshift to maximize performance with AMD GPUs. Redshift’s Progressive rendering utilizes all 32GB of the Radeon PRO W6800 to help improve the frame buffer and allow real-time manipulation of the model.

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Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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