RTX A6000 Workstation Graphics Card Now Available – Featuring Full GA102 GPU

Today, NVIDIA announced on Twitter that the company’s new RTX A6000, which is based on the full GA102 GPU, is now available for purchase. In October, the company announced two professional products based on Ampere, the RTX A6000 and the RTX A40, the latter of which features the GA104 GPU similar to the one found in the RTX 3070 and RTX 3060 Ti.

These cards do not feature the longstanding Quadro and Tesla branding, as with the launch of these products, those brands have been discontinued, replaced with NVIDIA RTX Axx and NVIDIA Axx. The ‘RTX Axx’ series cards will replace Quadro workstation graphics cards. Meanwhile, the ‘Axx’ series succeeds the Tesla series.

NVIDIA RTX A6000 Specifications

Looking at the table below, we can see that the RTX A6000 is the only graphics card released yet to feature the fully-enabled GA102 GPU with the all 10752 CUDA cores.

GPU FeaturesNVIDIA RTX A6000
GPU Memory48 GB GDDR6 with error-correcting code (ECC)
CUDA Cores10752
Max Compute38.7 TFLOPs
Display Ports4x DisplayPort 1.4*
Max Power Consumption300 W
Graphics BusPCI Express Gen 4 x 16
Form Factor4.4” (H) x 10.5” (L) dual slot
NVLink2-way low profile (2-slot and 3-slot bridges)
Connect 2 RTX A6000
vGPU Software SupportNVIDIA GRID®, NVIDIA Quadro® Virtual Data Center Workstation,
NVIDIA Virtual Compute Server
vGPU Profiles Supported1 GB, 2 GB, 3 GB, 4 GB, 6 GB, 8 GB, 12 GB, 16 GB, 24 GB, 48 GB
VR ReadyYes

In terms of pricing, it is currently listed for $4,650 on NVIDIA’s store. For more information about the RTX A1000 and where to buy, you can check out NVIDIA’s product page here.

Source: Videocardz

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