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Nvidia launches RTX 2000 Ada workstation graphics card

by on13 February 2024

Based on AD107 GPU with 16GB of VRAM

Nvidia has rather silently unveiled the new low-profile workstation graphics card, the RTX 2000 ADA. According to Nvidia, the new RTX 2000 Ada brings 1.5x higher performance in professional workflows compared to the previously available RTX A200 12GB graphics card.

As said, the Nvidia RTX 2000 Ada features third-generation RT cores, bringing up to 1.7x faster ray tracing performance, as well as fourth-generation Tensor cores, offering up ot 1.8x higher AI performance, and much better power efficiency, thanks to the Ada Lovelace GPU architecture. The new CUDA cores provide up to 1.5x FP32 compute performance, and it comes with 16GB of GPU memory, which should give it a boost compared to the previous generation.

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Other features include DLSS 3 support as well as an AV1 encoder with an eight-generation Nvidia Encoder that has AV1 support.

Nvidia was keen to note that its Nvidia RTX Enterprise Driver got new features including TrueHDR, Video Super Resolution, as well as TensorRT-LLM, video quality improvement, the ability to offload work from the CPU to the GPU, and more.

According to Nvidia, the new RTX 2000 Ada will be available through its global partners including Arrow Electronics, Ingram Micro, Leadtek, PNY, Ryoyo Electro and TD SYNNEX, and will be available from Dell Technologies, HP, and Lenovo starting in April.

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