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NVIDIA RTX 5880 Ada Professional GPU Surfaces in Driver Changelogs

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NVIDIA dropped the first mention of its upcoming RTX 5880 Ada Generation graphics card. Targeting professional visualization applications, NVIDIA's RTX pro-vis GPUs get features such as ECC-enabled memory, and certifications for nearly every content creation application out there, along with prioritized product support. The latest RTX Production Branch driver, version 537.99 WHQL lists support for the RTX 5880 Ada Generation GPU as the top item in its "new features" section.

At this point, one can only speculate what the specs of the RTX 5880 Ada Generation could be, given that the company already has the RTX 5000 Ada Generation covering the upper-mid segment its pro-vis portfolio. Although based on the "AD102," the RTX 5000 Ada Generation uses a narrower 256-bit ECC GDDR6 memory interface driving 32 GB of memory. NVIDIA has given this SKU 100 SM (streaming multiprocessors), which goes above the 80 available on the "AD103." Positioned above the RTX 5000 Ada Generation is the RTX 6000 Ada Generation, featuring 48 GB of ECC GDDR6 memory across the full 384-bit memory bus of the "AD104," with 142 out of 144 SM enabled. The RTX 5880 Ada Generation probably fills the gap between the two with a higher SM count, and a wider memory bus, with more memory.



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5880? must be a slightly cut-down version for the chinese market
 
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Wish they'd made these available without ECC and certifications for something like $2000, would've been great to have more memory than available on 4090 for video/img generation and training. As is, the price gap to ada6000 is completely insane for a home enthusiast.
 
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Wish they'd made these available without ECC and certifications for something like $2000
Defeats the purpose, they're not gonna give up the high margins for that. That's why titans are no longer a thing because they realized that they were losing money.
 
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Wish they'd made these available without ECC and certifications for something like $2000, would've been great to have more memory than available on 4090 for video/img generation and training. As is, the price gap to ada6000 is completely insane for a home enthusiast.
It's almost like these GPUs aren't intended for ordinary consumers!
 
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It's almost like these GPUs aren't intended for ordinary consumers!
It's almost like I merely expressed a wish. And there are now plenty of non-pros who just want to generate funnies faster.
 
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It's almost like I merely expressed a wish. And there are now plenty of non-pros who just want to generate funnies faster.
There's not much point in wishing for things that are very obviously never gonna happen, now is there?
 

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There's not much point in wishing for things that are very obviously never gonna happen, now is there?
I mean.. my wife does content creation on a small scale and one of these cards would be a huge improvement for her. Sure not for the cost but larger creators could benefit even at the $2k cost.
 
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Defeats the purpose, they're not gonna give up the high margins for that. That's why titans are no longer a thing because they realized that they were losing money.
I doubt nvidia is losing money on anything and it’s just a case of could be making more money for the same effort.
 

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It’s just the professional version of the 4090 D that’s cut down for the Chinese market. And the RTX6000 is based on AD102, not AD104 as in the article.
 
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