Apple’s newest iMacs boast a ton of improvements, and such a notable upgrade is the incorporation of AMD’s newest Radeon Pro 500 Series Graphics Cards which are designed for today’s artists, designers, photographers, filmmakers, visualizers, and engineers who demand the absolute in performance and shape the modern era of content creation.
These new graphics fuel beyond-UHD creativity, a smooth gaming experience, and an even more immersive VR experience.
Here are the key features of the Radeon Pro 500 Series GPUs:
- Up to 5.5 TFLOPS of performance. The highest tier Radeon Pro 500 Series GPUs are equipped with 36 Compute Units (2304 stream processors) and deliver up to 5.5 TFLOPS of performance, more than enough to fuel the imaginations of artists, designers, photographers, filmmakers, visualizers, engineers, and all aspiring creatives across high-resolution canvases in the most popular applications.
- Exceptional performance and support for GPU acceleration across a wide range of creative applications on the Mac platform via OpenCL. This includes Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects, and Photoshop, as well as the Foundry Nuke, Mari and Modo.
- The critically-acclaimed Polaris architecture. The Radeon Pro 500 series utilizes the “Polaris” GPU architecture, providing the perfect balance of performance and efficiency that makes them ideal for All-In-One machines.
“It is incredibly satisfying to see the capabilities of Radeon Pro 500 series in elegant form factors and enabling amazing content creation, gaming and VR experiences, Radeon Pro 500 Series graphics are enabling new generations of makers with compute-accelerated creative tools and new APIs, bringing their imaginations to life in ways like never before.” – Raja Koduri, senior vice president and chief architect, Radeon Technologies Group, AMD.
Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.