AMD Radeon PRO W7700 graphics card review

AMD looks to master the midrange GPU market with its affordable dual slot card

AMD graphics card on a wooden desk
(Image: © Rob Redman / Digital Camera World)

Digital Camera World Verdict

AMD has found a great balance between cost and the needs of the user, so long as that user doesn’t need the very cutting edge of graphics capabilities.


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    Good balance of power and cost

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    Sleek looking GPU for the aesthetics of your workstation

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    Great for large files for image editing or video work


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    Not the very latest technologies

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    Requires DisplayPort

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While the headlines will focus on the latest and greatest at the cutting edge of the graphics card market, the real battle is most likely won more in the midrange, where the balance of technological advances and cost wage war. With this in mind, AMD has produced the W7700, an impressively specified GPU that comes in under the $1000 mark. While that isn’t cheap by any means, it is significantly cheaper than the big guns. But is it worth the outlay?

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Boosted clock speed 1.7Ghz
Processing cores48
Output ports 4x Displayport 2.1
Multi MonitorUp to 4 monitors
Raytracing2nd generation RDNA raytracing cores
Power consumption190 watts

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Rob Redman

Rob is Editor of 3D World and ImagineFX magazines and also works as creative director for his own studio, Pariah Studios, producing 3D animations and VFX for a variety of clients. When not at his desk, he can usually be found painting miniatures.