Tuesday, April 13th 2021

NVIDIA Announces New Professional Ampere Graphics Cards

NVIDIA today announced a range of eight new NVIDIA Ampere architecture GPUs for next-generation laptops, desktops and servers that make it possible for professionals to work from wherever they choose, without sacrificing quality or time. For desktops, the new NVIDIA RTX A5000 and NVIDIA RTX A4000 GPUs feature new RT Cores, Tensor Cores and CUDA cores to speed AI, graphics and real-time rendering up to 2x faster than previous generations. For professionals on the go needing thin and light devices, the new NVIDIA RTX A2000, NVIDIA RTX A3000, RTX A4000 and RTX A5000 laptop GPUs deliver accelerated performance without compromising mobility.

For the data center, there are the new NVIDIA A10 GPU and A16 GPU. The A10 provides up to 2.5x the virtual workstation performance of the previous generation for designers and engineers, while the A16 GPU provides up to 2x user density with lower total cost of ownership and an enhanced virtual desktop infrastructure experience over the previous generation.
Availability
  • The new NVIDIA RTX desktop GPUs and NVIDIA data center GPUs will be available from global distribution partners and OEMs starting later this month.
  • The new NVIDIA RTX laptop GPUs will be available in mobile workstations anticipated in Q2 this year from global OEMs.
Source: NVIDIA
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11 Comments on NVIDIA Announces New Professional Ampere Graphics Cards

#1
ZoneDymo
Alright alright cool cool cool but uhh, how are these for mining? Just asking of course
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#2
medi01
ZoneDymohow are these for mining?
Should do pretty good.
Although, being "pro" cards, they are overpriced out of the box.
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#3
TheoneandonlyMrK
No chips for gamer's because supply?!

Well stop splitting stock, derr.
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#4
Valantar
I like how Nvidia seems to be going all in on the dystopian cybernetic hellscape aesthetic for their PR images. Aligns well with their (and the industry's) goals, one has to assume.
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#5
Vendor
thoroughly disappointed, i was expecting 3050 / ti to get announced
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#6
R-T-B
TheoneandonlyMrKNo chips for gamer's because supply?!

Well stop splitting stock, derr.
Gamers don't pay more than professionals, they are more likely to "stop splitting stock" by giving up gaming alltogether. Don't give them ideas.
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#7
qubit
Overclocked quantum bit
More latest gen cards that we can't buy? That's so exciting! :peace:
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#8
Chomiq
Vendorthoroughly disappointed, i was expecting 3050 / ti to get announced
You must have missed this bit:
NVIDIA has usually taken GTC as an opportunity to showcase products not for the consumer segment, however, so temper your expectations
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#9
Caring1
ValantarI like how Nvidia seems to be going all in on the dystopian cybernetic hellscape aesthetic for their PR images. Aligns well with their (and the industry's) goals, one has to assume.
It's more like 2001 a space odyssey, where the monolith (GPU) is god to the apes (consumers).
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#10
TheoneandonlyMrK
R-T-BGamers don't pay more than professionals, they are more likely to "stop splitting stock" by giving up gaming alltogether. Don't give them ideas.
Like I need to, they already owned up to $100 million dollars of extra mining revenue.
It's all obvious yet balls though isn't it.
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#11
Vendor
ChomiqYou must have missed this bit:
oh right, i didn't know about that and should properly read the whole post properly before commenting
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