The GPRO 4200 is a good solution capable of driving up to 4 displays.
The SAPPHIRE GPRO 4300 is the latest in the family of multi-display graphics solutions from SAPPHIRE Technology. It has been designed for small form factor high performance systems, up to 4 displays via 4 mini DisplayPort 1.4 outputs. It features 4th Gen GCN architecture with a 14nm FinFET process technology that delivers impressive performance whilst consuming only 50W of power.
The latest 14nm FinFET process and AMD's advanced power, gating and clocking technologies for a superior cool and quiet working experience. 4th FinFET GCN (14nm) architecture incorporating exciting features and improvements for virtually every area of a graphics chip. Look for: increased levels of performance, smooth VR, seamless support for next-gen gaming monitors and CPU-free game streaming or recording.
The next generation of AMD Eyefinity multi-monitor control technology is here, featuring all-new support for stereo 3D, universal bezel compensation and brand new display configurations.
AMD Eyefinity 2.0 enables:
With a full 30-bit display pipeline producing more than one billion colors (10-bit per RGB component). The GPRO series is ideally suited for applications that benefit from accurate color reproduction and superior visual quality.
For a more secure display connection, the SAPPHIRE GPRO / GPRO E-series feature a screw secure lock. This ensures that the plug and graphics card are securely connected removing the risk of disconnection.
Stretch display resolutions to prevent bezel interference and image distortion when displaying a single large image across multiple displays.
DisplayPort 1.2 simultanesously outputs multiple, independent audeo streams.
This state of the art power management technology provides direct control over GPU power usage. Applications enjoy ultimate performance with dynamic clock optimization, while minimizing workstation energy usage
AMD ZeroCore Power Technology is the AMD exclusive innovation. Up to 95% idle power reduction by shutting down GPU.
No stuttering. No tearing.
AMD FreeSync™ 4technology allows a compatible graphics card and monitor to dynamically change frame rates for the optimum display quality without tearing or stuttering.
The AMD LiquidVR™ technology is by no means limited to games – the benefits are applicable to a broad spectrum of VR applications, including interactive cinema, education, simulation, telepresence, social media, medical, real estate e-commerce and much more.
AMD TrueAudio technology is all about giving sound engineers the freedom to follow their imaginations and the power to make their video sound as convincing as they look.
Whether you are streaming a video, video chatting with a friend, playing a clip via Windows media player, or watching DVD/Blu-ray, you are most probably leveraging AMD’s Unified Video Decoder (UVD) seamlessly. The HD content became popular with the rise of Blu-ray and HD-DVD. It came with huge amounts of data to be compressed, which led to the development of computationally extensive standards such as H.264 and VC1. UVD is a dedicated hardware video decoding block that facilitates the full, bit-accurate decoding of VC-1 or H.264.
Frame Rate Targeting Control is a feature that enables users the ability to set a maximum target frame rate when playing an application in fullscreen exclusive mode. The benefits that this may allow a user to experience are reduced GPU power consumption (great for games running at frame rates much higher than the display refresh rate) and reduce heat generation and as a result of that, lower fan speed/noise on the graphics card.
VCE is AMD’s dedicated fixed-function H.264/AVC video coding engine. One of its primary advantages is that it allows offloading the huge video compression workload to such a co-processor, leaving most of the CPU cycles available for other types of processing. Besides, it exhibits the advantages that come with fixed-function hardware implementations such as the increased throughput and reduced power consumption. Efficient hardware and software architectures of digital video compression systems play a primary role in the enablement of many wide-spread applications such as transcoding, video editing, video conferencing, video streaming, as well as emerging technologies such as wireless display and cloud gaming.
VSR allows users to render at higher resolutions and then rescales them down to a lower native display resolution. Using this, you can get quality that rivals up to 4K, even on a 1080p display.
With a Dual Link DVI output and DisplayPort output, multi-view enables two 3D displays with independent display resolution, refresh rate, and display roataion settings
Enables flexible installation in a variety of computing systems, from small form factors to full-height systems.
Support for DisplayPort, DVI and VGA allows IT to leverage existing display inventory.
AMD devotes products into the energy saving for the products to provide our customers with more energy-efficient products through product design, protecting our Earth together.
FCC / CE / VCCI / BSMI / RCM / KC
Additional cables can be purchased separately:
The below data results have been tested under DisplayPort configuration only
Currently GPRO 8200/6200/4300/4200/2200 Commercial Graphics Series all feature a (Mini) DisplayPort output interface. Monitors’ featuring DisplayPort connectivity will be the optimal choice. For monitors without DisplayPort connectivity, you will need a dongle to enable signal transfer. Please note, resolutions will vary depending on the specifications of the monitor and connecting interface.