NVIDIA RTX A5000, A4000, A3000, A2000 – New cards for desktop and mobile workstations

    NVIDIA announced the introduction of cards RTX A5000 (desktop/laptop), A4000 (desktop/laptop), A3000 (laptop) and A2000 (laptop) for stationary and mobile workstations. The new layouts are aimed at professionals, content creators, and anyone looking for top performance at work, at home and on the go. NVIDIA RTX A5000 is equipped with a partially locked GA102 GPU with 8192 CUDA cores and 64 Tensor cores. The GA102 is available here in both a stationary and mobile version. The chip is equipped with 24 GB of GDDR6 memory with a 384-bit bus interface. The card is actively cooled with 230W TDP and offers 27.8 TFLOP FP32, 54.2 TFLOP RT and 222.2 TFLOP of Tensor Core performance. NVIDIA RTX A4000 is a full GA106 chip with 6144 CUDA cores, 48 ​​Tensor cores, 16 GB of GDDR6 memory with 256 bit bus and 140W TDP. This model is also actively cooled. The card offers 19.2 TFLOP FP32, 37.4 TFLOP RT and 153.4 TFLOP performance of Tensor cores. Cards are equipped with four DP1.4 outputs, Quadro Sync technology.

    NVIDIA RTX A4000


    NVIDIA has announced the introduction of RTX A5000, A4000, A3000 and A2000 cards for desktop and mobile workstations.

    The previously presented system is the most powerful of the family NVIDIA RTX A6000 which uses the full GA102 GPU with 10752 CUDA cores, 336 Tensor cores and 84 RT units for hardware ray tracing acceleration. On the other hand, systems intended for mobile devices RTX A3000 and RTX A2000 are quite limited GA104 and GA106 cores. The new NVIDIA RTX laptop GPUs will be available on mobile workstations in the second quarter of this year. And the new NVIDIA RTX desktop GPUs and NVIDIA data center GPUs will be available from global distribution partners and OEMs this month.

    NVIDIA RTX Ampere Mobile Graphics Processors for Workstations

    Graphics CardRTX A2000RTX A3000RTX A4000RTX A5000
    Transistors12 billion17.4 billion17.4 billion28 billion
    Process8 nm8 nm8 nm8 nm
    Size276 mm²392,5 mm²392,5 mm²628,4 mm²
    ALU FP32 units2560409651206144
    ALU INT32 units1280204825603072
    Tensor cores80128160192
    RT cores20324048
    FP32 performance9.3 TFLOPS12,8 TFLOPS17,8 TFLOPS21,7 TFLOPS
    RT performance18.2 TFLOPS25,0 TFLOPS34,8 TFLOPS75,6 TFLOPS
    Tensor performance74,7 TFLOPS102,2 TFLOPS142,5 TFLOPS174,0 TFLOPS
    Memory capacity4 GB6 GB8 GB16 giga bytes
    Memory typeGDDR6GDDR6GDDR6GDDR6
    Memory interface128 bits192 bits256 bits256 bits
    Memory bandwidth192 GB/s264 GB/s384 GB/s448 GB/s
    TDP35 - 95 W.60 - 130 W.80 - 140 W.80-165 W.

    All NVIDIA RTX GPUs support the latest technologies in the NVIDIA Ampere Architecture:

    • Second Generation RT Cores: Up to 2x the bandwidth of the previous generation, with the ability to perform ray tracing, shading and noise reduction tasks simultaneously.
    • 3rd Generation Tensor Cores: Up to 2x the bandwidth of the previous generation, up to 10x on a rarity, with support for the new TF32 and BFloat16 data formats.
    • CUDA Cores: Up to 2.5 times the FP32 throughput compared to the previous generation, resulting in a significant increase in workloads.

    Laptop GPU features and technology include:

    • 3rd Generation Max-Q Technology: For thin and light laptops that run quieter and more efficiently with Dynamic Boost 2.0, WhisperMode 2.0, Resizable BAR and NVIDIA DLSS technology.
    • Up to 16 GB GPU memory: for the largest models, scenes, assemblies, and advanced multi-application workflows.

    NVIDIA Ampere Desktop Graphics Cards for Workstations:

    Graphics CardNVIDIA RTX A4000NVIDIA RTX A5000NVIDIA RTX A6000
    GPUAmpere GA106Ampere GA102Ampere GA102
    Process GPUSamsung 8 nmSamsung 8 nmSamsung 8 nm
    Matrix size276 mm²628mm²628mm²
    GPU cores6,1448,19210752
    Tensor cores192256336
    BoostTBCTBC1860 MHz
    Single precisionTBCTBC40 TFLOP
    VRAM16 GB of GDDR6 memory24 GB GDDR648 GB GDDR6
    Memory bus256-bit384-bit284-bit
    Memory bandwidth448 GB/s768 GB/s768 GB/s
    TDP140W230 W.300W


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