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Built on AMD's Graphics Core Next (GCN) architecture, the Sapphire FirePro W5100 Graphics Card is a workstation graphics card that will fit in CAD, 3D object rendering, and hardware acceleration workflows. Hardware-wise, this card features 768 stream processors coupled to 4GB of GDDR5 vRAM with a 96 GB/s bandwidth. This configuration results in 1.43 TeraFLOPS for single precision and 89.2 GigaFLOPS for double precision.
The output board of this card features four DisplayPort terminals. Each DisplayPort output supports DCI 4K (4096 x 2160) resolution for driving professional monitors and displaying high-resolution content natively. All four outputs can be used simultaneously for driving large video walls or extended multi-monitor desktops for increased productivity. Two DisplayPort to Single-Link DVI-D adapters are included for compatibility with legacy digital displays.
This card is cooled with an active fansink. The fan pulls air in from the case and forces it through the heatsink, dissipating the heat generated by the GPU. This configuration is best suited to cases that have adequate airflow and where space between components is not a concern.
To optimize the card for professional workflows, AMD built-in several of their technologies, these can be seen below.
Eyefinity 2.0 Technology
AMD Eyefinity 2.0 Multi-Monitor Technology allows for easy arrangement of multiple monitors in many different configurations with resolutions of up to 16K by 16K. The amount of monitors is only limited by the maximum number of outputs supported by the GPU. Eyefinity 2.0 is compatible with 3D images via DisplayPort 1.2.
30-Bit Display Pipeline
A Full 30-bit Display Pipeline allows for accurate color reproduction by maintaining a 10-bit resolution for each RGB component.
A hardware-level function which can automatically process two 3D "primitives" (triangles) per GPU clock cycle, increasing the speed in which the GPU can process complex 3D designs and real time visualization applications.
Power management technology which provides direct control over GPU power usage. PowerTune dynamically adjusts clock speed to operate within the power parameters set by the user.
ZeroCore Power Technology
Shuts down the GPU when not in use to greatly reduce power usage while the card is idle.
Using outputs capable of driving 4K and UHD displays, you can display graphics, games, and video in 4K resolution (4096 x 2160) for increased detail on 4K resolution displays.
Projector Overlap Support
Refine display alignment settings for configuring multiple high-resolution projectors.
Discrete Digital Multi-Point Audio uses DisplayPort 1.2 terminals to output multiple, independent audio streams. Each audio stream can be sent to its own device.
Compensate for bezel interference by stretching the image so it displays evenly across multiple displays, even monitors with thick bezels.
Partially Resident Textures allow for graphics memory to behave as a hardware-managed cache. This way only the necessary data to create a scene can be streamed on demand straight from GPU memory, increasing graphics rendering efficiency, especially with large texture libraries.
AMD's Video Codec Engine is an H.264/AVC video coding engine which offloads video compression/decompression workloads to the GPU to increase the speed of the coding and remove the processing load from the CPU.
Manage your desktop displays in multi-monitor environments. HydraVision allows you to control the behavior of pop-up windows and dialog boxes, as well as customize multiple desktop window layers, and restrict application window placement across multiple desktops.
Display Output Post Processing gives you the ability to adjust and/or capture the final output of the graphics card by reading the output directly from GPU memory. Adjustments that can be made include blending, warping, color correction, and other graphical computations that can be performed on the image. Transformations are hardware based, so latency is minimized.
When you open a new 3D program, the FirePro graphics drivers will be automatically configured for the best performance.
In the Box
AMD FirePro W5100 Graphics Card
DisplayPort to Single-Link DVI Passive Adapter
Single Precision Performance: 1.43 TFLOPS
Double Precision Performance: 89.2 GFLOPS
4 x DisplayPort
DisplayPort: 4096 x 2160
Dual-link DVI: 2560 x 1600
Single-link DVI: 1920 x 1200
OpenCL: 1.2/2.0 ready
Length: 6.75" / 171 mm
FCC, CE, C-Tick, BSMI, KCC, UL,VCCI, RoHS, WEEE
Power Supply: 500 W (suggested)
PCI Slots: 1 x PCI Express 3.0 x16
RAM: 2 GB
OS: 32/64-bit Microsoft Windows 7/8/8.1, Linux
Optical Drive: DVD-ROM drive for software installation (downloads also available)