The company revealed its new Polaris-powered Radeon Pro Duo, which it is aiming squarely at people who need far more power than even some of the most demanding high-end games. Like the previous Pro Duo, this new model has two GPU chips inside of it that work in unison with one another. It also has a whopping 32GB of GDDR5 video memory and 72 compute units, which outputs 11.45 TFLOPS (floating point operations per second). This should help artists working on virtual reality content or people who want to run multiple 4K monitors off of the same computer. The Pro Duo will also compete with Nvidia’s lineup of Quadro workstation GPUs.