Nvidia’s new RTX 6000 Ada Professional GPUs have started showing up in online listings along with prices.the card is now comp sauce When ShopBLT The suggested retail price is $9,999.Luckily, both stores offer discounts off the ‘Suggested Retail Price’, making the card priced at However At the time of this writing, they are $8,209.65 and $7,377.71 respectively.
The RTX 6000 Ada is Nvidia’s latest professional GPU and one of the first “prosumer” GPUs to feature Nvidia’s latest Ada Lovelace GPU architecture.according to PNY spec sheetThe RTX 6000 Ada Is A Monster, With 76.3 Billion Transistors, 18,176 CUDA Cores, 568 Tensor Cores For AI-Focused Workloads, And 142 Gen-3 RT Cores For Ray Tracing is equipped with
Compared to the Nvidia RTX 4090, the RTX 6000 Ada features 1,792 (10.93%) more CUDA cores. Surprisingly, Nvidia has yet to use the fully unlocked AD102 die (with 18,432 CUDA cores and 2 more SMs) for the RTX 6000 Ada. Note that the RTX 6000 will stick to the same 300W TBP (total board power) limit as previous generation cards, as workstations are likely to use multiple cards and don’t necessarily need a single 450W card. please.
Nvidia has previously stated that the RTX 6000 Ada is significantly faster than its predecessor, the RTX A6000 (these names aren’t confusing at all), up to 2x to 4x thanks to a massive increase in CUDA and RT cores. Said to offer double the performance.
Certain models listed on CompSource and ShopBLT use Nvidia’s reference model design and are manufactured by PNY. This design features a blower-style cooler covered by an all-black shroud. Blowers are designed for compact server chassis and workstations where the GPU must independently handle all heat removal. Blowers push hot air out of the chassis without relying on the help of its fans.
The card measures 10.5″ x 4.4″ and has a dual-slot form factor running on the PCIe Gen 4 x16 interface. It has 48 GB of ECC GDDR6 memory running on a 384-bit wide bus.
If the suggested retail prices listed on CompSource and ShopBLT are accurate, the RTX 6000 Ada will cost significantly more than its predecessor. Listed on Nvidia at $4,650 (opens in new tab)Even at the ShopBLT discounted price of $7,377.71, the RTX 6000 Ada is about 60% more expensive than the RTX A6000. If his Nvidia statement is correct that the RTX 6000 Ada offers 2-4x performance, it might be worth paying double the price, at least for the right professional user.