Nvidia is already launching the RTX 5000, but it’s not what you think

Nvidia introduced three new workstation graphics cards at SIGGRAPH 2023, expanding its lineup of professional Ada Lovelace GPUs: the RTX 5000 Ada, RTX 4500 Ada, and RTX 4000 Ada.

RTX 5000 Pro

While Nvidia has launched its RTX 4000s for gamers in recent months, the American company has not forgotten its professional users. Nvidia introduced three high-performance professional graphics cards based on the Ada Lovelace architecture for workstations, as well as a professional server-grade card that can be used for both remote graphics and lightweight AI applications.

The most powerful, the RTX 5000 Ada model, is based on the AD102 GPU with 12,800 CUDA cores, 400 Tensor cores and 100 RT cores. The chip operates at a frequency of 2.5 GHz. The card features 32GB of GDDR6 memory with ECC error correction, 18Gbps per pin speed, 256-bit bus, and 578GB/s bandwidth. The power consumption of the accelerator is 250 W. For the RTX 5000, the company indicates a power of 65.3 Tflops in FP32 mode.

Nvidia launches three new professional graphics cards

The green company is also releasing its Nvidia RTX 4500 24GB ProViz card featuring the AD104 GPU with 7,680 CUDA cores that delivers compute performance of up to 39.6 FP32 TFLOPS, which is comparable to the GeForce RTX 4070 Ti. It is designed for a maximum power of 210W, and should be sold to around 2250 dollars, slightly less than its big sister, which is expected at 4000 dollars.


Finally, there is also an RTX 4000 with 20 GB of RAM and a cooling system allowing it to reach 130W. The card is powered by the AD104 GPU with 6144 CUDA cores which is clocked higher than in the SFF variant and thus delivers up to 26.7 FP32 TFLOPS of compute throughput, which is comparable to the compute performance of the GeForce RTX 4070 from Nvidia. She should be a bit cheaper than the others, at around $1250.


The first systems with the new RTX ADA models are expected to ship this fall. Professionals can expect to find these systems from manufacturers such as Boxx, Dell, Lambda, Lenovo and HP.

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