Nvidia RTX 2000 Ada GPU addresses AI and graphics demands

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Nvidia has unveiled the RTX 2000 Ada Generation GPU delivering the latest AI, graphics and compute technology to compact workstations.

The GPU offers up to 1.5x the performance of the previous-generation RTX A2000 12GB in professional workflows, according to the company.

Modern multi-application workflows, such as AI-powered tools, multi-display setups and high-resolution content, put significant demands on GPU memory. Consequently, this latest offering has an increased (16GB) memory and ECC memory support. A fourth generation Tensor core also increases AI throughput and delivers structured sparsity and FP8 precision for higher inference performance for AI-accelerated tools and applications.

The GPU is able to deliver much greater realism in graphics with NVIDIA DLSS, delivering ultra-high-quality, photorealistic ray-traced images. In addition, the RTX 2000 Ada enables an immersive experience for enterprise virtual-reality workflows, such as for product design and engineering design reviews.

The NVIDIA RTX 2000 Ada features the latest technologies in the NVIDIA Ada Lovelace GPU architecture, including:

Third-generation RT Cores: Up to 1.7x faster ray-tracing performance for high-fidelity, photorealistic rendering.

Fourth-generation Tensor Cores: Up to 1.8x AI throughput over the previous generation, with structured sparsity and FP8 precision to enable higher inference performance for AI-accelerated tools and applications.

CUDA cores: Up to 1.5x the FP32 throughput of the previous generation for significant performance improvements in graphics and compute workloads.

Power efficiency: Up to a 2x performance boost across professional graphics, rendering, AI and compute workloads, all within the same 70W of power as the previous generation.

Immersive workflows: Up to 3x performance for virtual-reality workflows over the previous generation.

16GB of GPU memory: An expanded canvas enables users to tackle larger projects, along with support for error correction code memory to deliver greater computing accuracy and reliability for mission-critical applications.

DLSS 3: Delivers a breakthrough in AI-powered graphics, significantly boosting performance by generating additional high-quality frames.

AV1 encoder: Eighth-generation NVIDIA Encoder, aka NVENC, with AV1 support is 40% more efficient than H.264, enabling new possibilities for broadcasters, streamers and video callers.

The NVIDIA RTX 2000 Ada is available now through distribution partners.