Radeon Pro V340 MxGPU 

First seen on June 14, 2018

The EVGA Pro SLI Bridge is an aesthetically pleasing replacement for the typical ribbon cable-based SLI bridge that comes with all NVIDIA SLI compatible graphics cards.
by Charles-Gantt (Aug, 2013)
The cooler unlike Hawaii R9-290X’s blower is a simple fan which pushes air towards a large circular aluminum fin heatsink.
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On the prototype Radeon Pro SSG the M.2 slots are actually able to be seen as drives by the system and OS so it is essentially acting as if there was a PCI-E adapter card in a slot on the motherboard holding those drives but that may not be the case should this product actually hit the market.
Several commentors mentioned using a PCI-E based SSD in a second slot on the motherboard accessed much like GPUs in CrossFire communicate now (DMA over the PCI-E bus) which is an interesting idea that I had not considered.
Alongside the launch of new Radeon Pro WX (workstation) series graphics cards, AMD teased an interesting new Radeon Pro product: the Radeon Pro SSG.
With the Radeon Pro SSG, this idea is not fully realized (it is more of a sidestep), but it will move performance further.
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Jun

Report: AMD Radeon 300-Series Pricing and GPU Details Leak

by Sebastian Peak |
www.pcper.com
Such an announcement is likely the purpose of the AMD gaming event at E3 which is now just days away.
This information is totally unverified at least from any public source, but it is very specific regarding both price and GPU.
27
Aug

NVIDIA & VMware Preview GRID vGPU & Tegra K1 Chromebook Support

by Ryan Smith |
www.anandtech.com
After seeding the market with hardware and spending their time working with major virtualization software developers such as VMWare and Citrix, NVIDIA’s efforts are finally coming to fruition as these products integrate support in their hypervisors for the GPU virtualization mechanisms required to make the most of NVIDIA’s hardware.
With the Chromebook software stack already bordering on being a thin client environment, NVIDIA, Google, and VMware believe using Chromebooks as actual thin clients is a natural extension of the device’s functionality.

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GPU brand AMD
Is dual GPU No
Reference card None
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