Just two days ago, we posted the official specifications of AMD’s upcoming dual Fiji based Radeon Pro Duo, a high end graphics card designed for both, gamers and programmers.

Expreview in its recent report published the benchmarks results of the new AMD Radeon Pro, according to which, the new dual Fiji based graphics card leads performance with even more than 60% score than Radeon Fury X and Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 980 Ti on Ultra HD 3840×2160 and Full HD 1920×1080.

These are scores from 3DMark FireStrike Ultra, Heven 4.0, Luxmark 2.0 and from some games such as The Division, Rise of the Tomb Raider, The Witcher 3, Crysis 3 and Grand Theft Auto 5. Have a look into these latest bechmarks of Radeon Pro Duo vs Fury X on 4K and 1080p respectively,

AMD-Radeon-Pro-Duo-Benchmarks-Results 4K


And below is the benchmark result of Pro Duo vs GeForce GTX 980 Ti on 4K resolution as well as Full HD 1080p, which showed performance increase of up to 60% on 4K resolution and more than 30% on 1080p.



It also published the temperature result of this GPU in comparison with the above mentioned graphics card, where it scored quite less than the GTX 980 Ti (and that’s a good sign of having lower temps)



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