NVIDIA Announces Eight New RTX GPUs for Artists, Engineers, and Other Professionals

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NVIDIA has announced eight new Ampere-based RTX GPUs aimed at artists, designers, engineers, and other users in the professional market. They include the NVIDIA RTX A5000 and NVIDIA RTX A4000 desktop GPUs, which boast new RT Cores, Tensor Cores, and CUDA cores for increased AI, graphics, and real-time rendering performance, as well as the NVIDIA A10 GPU and A16 GPU for data center applications. Rounding them off are the NVIDIA RTX A2000, NVIDIA RTX A3000, RTX A4000, and RTX A5000 laptop GPUs for mobile workstations, which feature Max-Q and RTX technologies for greater performance.

NVIDIA also introduced the NVIDIA T1200 and NVIDIA T600 laptop GPUs, based on its previous-generation Turing architecture. Designed for multi-application professional workflows, these GPUs are a significant upgrade in performance and capabilities from integrated graphics. 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.

Sources: NVIDIA, HardwareLuxx

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