Nvidia has announced a range of eight new GPUs for laptops, desktops and servers that it says makes it possible for VFX artists, designers and engineers 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 twice as fast as previous generations.

For laptops, the new Nvidia RTX A2000, Nvidia RTX A3000, RTX A4000 and RTX A5000 laptop GPUs that Nvidia says deliver accelerated performance without compromising mobility.

For the data centres, 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.

“Hybrid work is the new normal,” said Bob Pette, vice president of Professional Visualization at Nvidia. “RTX GPUs, based on the Nvidia Ampere architecture, provide the performance for demanding workloads from any device so people can be productive from wherever they need to work.”

The new Nvidia RTX GPUs feature the latest generation of Nvidia RTX technology to accelerate graphics, ray tracing, AI and compute.

The new RTX laptop GPUs also include the latest generation of Nvidia Max-Q technology, enabling a new generation of powerful thin and light laptops designed for professionals.

Additionally, RTX technology powers Nvidia Omniverse, which delivers high-performance, physically accurate simulation for complex 3D worlds and true real-time ray- and path-traced rendering.

The new RTX desktop GPUs and NVIDIA data center GPUs will be available from Nvidia’s 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.

 

Jon Creamer