Built on Ada Lovelace architecture, it combines third-generation RT Cores, fourth-generation Tensor Cores, and next-gen CUDA cores with 48GB of graphics memory.
NVIDIA has presented the RTX 6000 workstation GPU built on its new Ada Lovelace architecture. According to the company, it provides up to 2-4x the performance of the previous-generation RTX A6000.
The GPU combines 142 third-generation RT Cores, 568 fourth-generation Tensor Cores, and 18,176 next-gen CUDA cores with 48GB of graphics memory. It's designed for neural graphics and advanced virtual world simulation.
“Neural graphics is driving the next wave of innovation in computer graphics and will change the way content is created and experienced,” said Bob Pette, vice president of professional visualization at NVIDIA. “The NVIDIA RTX 6000 is ready to power this new era for engineers, designers and scientists to meet the need for demanding content-creation, rendering, AI and simulation workloads that are required to build worlds in the metaverse.”
NVIDIA states that the RTX 6000 consumes 300W, has four 1.4 DisplayPorts, and supports PCI Express Gen 4.
RTX 6000 will be released in December. Its real performance is yet to be tested, so stay tuned, check it out on NVIDIA's website, and don't forget to join our Reddit page and our Telegram channel, follow us on Instagram and Twitter, where we share breakdowns, the latest news, awesome artworks, and more.