AMD Radeon PRO WX 4100 Review of a Low Power GPU


AMD Radeon PRO WX 4100 Specifications

Here are the key specs for the AMD Radeon PRO WX 4100:

AMD Radeon PRO WX4100 Specifications
AMD Radeon PRO WX4100 Specifications

This is nowhere near the specifications of many of the higher-end graphics cards we have reviewed to date, it is capable of running light CAD and Render applications and 4GB of GDDR5 onboard memory helps with these tasks.

Testing the AMD Radeon PRO WX 4100

Here is our test configuration for our GPU review series:

• Motherboard: ASUS WS C621E SAGE Motherboard
• CPU: 2x Intel Xeon Gold 6134 (8 core / 16 Threads)
• GPU: AMD Radeon PRO WX 4100
• Cooling: Noctua NH-U14S DX-3647 LGA3647
• RAM: 12x MICRON 16GB Low Profile
• SSD: Samsung PM961 1TB
• OS: Windows 10 Pro Workstation.

Here is the obligatory GPU-Z shot of the AMD Radeon PRO WX 4100:

AMD Radeon PRO WX4100 GPUz
AMD Radeon PRO WX4100 GPUz

GPU-Z shows the primary stats of our testing the AMD Radeon PRO WX 4100. The GPU clocks in at 1201 MHz and Memory speed at 1500 MHz. Pixel Fillrates run at 19.2 GPixels/s, and Texture Fillrate comes in at 76.9 GTexel/s. Stream processors total 1,024 and Compute Units weigh in at 16, and as we would expect the AMD Radeon PRO WX 4100 does not support CUDA, only OpenCL.

Let us move next to our compute related benchmarks.


  1. Good you review these low power cards too! We are using the WX3100 in workstations that need to prepare and test data analysis tasks with small sample datasets. The full dataset analysis is done on a heavy cluster, but for proof of concept work these cards are a gem! Low power, silent workstations.

  2. @Jason H Goodliffe for plex specifically you’ll want an nvidia card as opposed to a radeon thanks to nvenc. The P620 is a pascal based card at the same pricepoint of the WX4100 but if you want room for more than 2 transcodes(the p620 only supports 2 concurrent sessions) you’ll want to look up the stack at the p2000 which can be found for ~400 and supports “unlimited” concurrent sessions(there is a limit in reality but I’ve heard of people passing 9 encodes on one card so I don’t know what the practical limit on a p2000 is)

  3. I like that rumor, I just built a system with 2 p600’s for an 8 display solution can’t wait to see the p620.


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