Nvidia introduced the RTX A4500 video card for workstations. This desktop video card has 7168 CUDA cores and 20GB GDDR6 memory. The GPU maker did not mention a suggested retail price with the announcement.
nvidia Reports on their website That the RTX A4500 is for the workstation segment, not consumers and gamers. The video card is based on the Ampere architecture and, in addition to 7168 CUDA cores, contains 244 tensor cores and 56 ray tracing cores. According to the company, the RTX A4500 has a volume of 23.7TFlops precision one computing power, 46.2TFlops of ray tracing computing power, and a Tensor performance of 189.2TFlops.
The Nvidia RTX A4500’s 20GB GDDR6 memory uses a 320-bit memory bus and has a total bandwidth of 640GB/s. According to Nvidia The memory on the RTX A4500 also supports ecc. Company Reports A Total plate strength 200 watts.
In terms of connections, the RTX A4500 has four DisplayPort 1.4 connections. There are no HDMI connectors. This workstation card features a double-slot design and measures 26.67″ long and 4″ high. The GPU has a single fan cooling blower. The GPU also has a PCIe 4.0 x16 interface and is powered by an 8-pin connector. Optionally, users can use two RTX A4500 graphics cards in a system via NVLink.
Nvidia hasn’t mentioned suggested retail prices for the RTX A4500 video card. The higher positioned RTX A5000, with more cores and memory, is available at Pricewatch for €2,800 to €3,000. The price of the RTX A4500 will probably be somewhat lower.
Nvidia RTX A4500. Pictures via PNY
|Nvidia Ampere video cards for workstations|
|Model||RTX A6000||RTX A5000||RTX A4500||RTX 4000||RTX 2000|
|Memory (with ECC)||48 GB GDDR6||24 GB GDDR6||20 GB GDDR6||16 GB GDDR6||6 GB out of 12 GB
|memory bandwidth||768 GB/sec||768 GB/sec||640 GB/sec||448 GB/sec||288 GB/sec|
|Total plate strength||300 watts||230W||200 watts||140 watts||70W|
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