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AMD Radeon Pro Duo benchmark results leak ahead of launch

Right now, rumour is pointing towards AMD finally launching its dual-Fury graphics card, the AMD Radeon Pro, later this week and now that looks even more likely as some benchmark results for the card have leaked on to the web this evening. As we reported last week, at least one retailer has listed the Radeon Pro Duo for release tomorrow and now we have an early idea of what performance to expect against a GTX 980Ti.

Performance numbers for the Radeon Pro Duo were released by Expreview. The graphics card was tested across several modern games including The Division, Rise of the Tomb Raider, The Witcher 3 and Grand Theft Auto V at both 1080p and 4K resolutions.

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Being a dual GPU card, performance will often depend on games having decent CrossFire support. That said, the Radeon Pro Duo seems to perform fairly well across these games and by the looks of it, anti-aliasing was left on in each game, which would cause an unnecessary hit to performance at 4K.

If last week's rumours were correct, then we should see the AMD Radeon Pro launch this week, with a price around the £1200-£1300/$1500 mark.

KitGuru Says: AMD's dual-Fury graphics card was unveiled alongside the Fury X way back at E3 last year, which was around ten months ago. It has taken a while but it looks like the card is finally going to hit the market. Do any of you happen to run a dual-GPU rig? What do you think of these performance results for the Radeon Pro Duo?


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