NVIDIA releases two new professional Ampere-based GPUs, RTX A6000 and A40
On October 5th, NVIDIA Introduced the new NVIDIA RTX A6000 professional visualization and A40, a datacenter-optimized GPU.
The RTX A6000 - professional visualization
The RTX A6000 is a state of the art GPU for real-time rendering, graphics, VR, compute, and deep learning available for professional desktop workstation. Based on the NVIDIA Ampere architecture, the new NVIDIA RTX A6000 delivers the extreme desktop performance for designers, engineers, and artists need to innovate from anywhere. It supports PCIe Gen 4, improving data transfer speeds from CPU memory for data-intensive tasks such as AI, data science, and creating 3D models from large datasets. Engineer amazing products, design state-of-the art buildings, drive scientific breakthroughs, and create impressive entertainment with Nvidia RTX A6000.
The A40 – datacenter-optimized GPU
The NVIDIA A40 is a powerful GPU for visualization, HPC and AI. The A40 has passive cooling, making it optimized for deployment in high density data centres. It combines the latest generation RT Cores, Tensor Cores, and CUDA ® Cores with 48GB of graphics memory to provide excellent performance and multi-workload capabilities. From powerful virtual workstations accessible from anywhere, to dedicated render nodes, The A40 handle the most demanding professional visualization and HPC workloads.