The Ampere-based Nvidia Quadro cards are just around the corner. Prior to the launch, the most important details of the new professional GPUs now leak.
As we expected at the launch of Nvidia’s new GeForce cards, the Quadro line-up will not be delayed. The official announcement is scheduled for October 5, but a lot of specifications have been leaked in anticipation. It looks like Nvidia will launch three new GPUs, all based on the new powerful Ampere architecture.
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The Nvidia Quadro RTX A6000 will be the most high-end card in the new portfolio. The chip promises to be a derivative of the GeForce cards, although Nvidia made some important design decisions. For example, the GPU would do with a TDP of less than 300 watts, where the top of the GeForce range needs 350 watts. Furthermore, Nvidia uses classic GDDR6 memory instead of the faster GDDR6X. We have to wait for the official launch to hear the reasoning behind this.
In any case, the RTX A6000 comes with 48 GB of GDDR6 memory. The GPU itself has 10,752 Cuda cores on board, spread over 84 Streaming Processors. The card would run at 1,860 MHz, good for around 40 TFlops of computing power. Leaked photos show the card requires an EPS-12V 8-pin connector for power. It is the first time that such a 12 pin connector is introduced on a Quadro card. It looks like DIY enthusiasts will find a reducer in the box.
The Quadro RTX A5000 would contain 24 GB of memory and a TDP of 230 watts. Finally, the Quadro RTX 14000 works with 16 GB and 150 watts. We do not yet know further details, prices and availability. Finally, it is important to know that these specifications come from a leak. The reliability of this is great, but we still have to be patient for the complete picture.
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