Nvidia announced the launch of professional graphics cards based on the Amper-based architecture, RTX A5000 and RTX A4000 for the desktop platform, and RTX A5000, RTX A4000, RTX A3000 and RTX A2000 for the mobile platform to meet the needs of professionals.
The RTX A5000 on the desktop is expected to use the same GA102 core as the RTX A6000, with a dual card slot design, but with lower specs, such as less than half of the video memory at 24GB. The RTX A4000 uses the GA104 core, with a single card slot design and 16GB of video storage. Compared to GeForce gaming graphics cards, they consume less power and are standard in shape, making them better suited for commercial deployment. There was only one Amper-based workstation graphics card on the desktop platform, the RTX 6000, which is a high-end model, and it will be aimed at a relatively narrow user base. The introduction of new graphics cards will help broaden the market.
The RTX A5000 and RTX A4000 are expected to be available for the desktop platform later this month.
The mobile platform is a stretch to launch four graphics cards, and on some of the lower ends of the model, it can be seen that the use of mobile devices of the population is not a small demand. As Bob Pette, an Nvidia executive, said, "Migrated work is the norm, and the new product will enable people to be more productive wherever they need to be." · Mobile RTX A5000 uses GA102 core, RTX A4000 and RTX A3000 use GA104 core, and RTX A2000 uses GA106 core.
RTX A5000, RTX A4000, RTX A3000, and RTX A2000 are expected to be available in the second quarter of this year with mobile workstations from significant vendors.