NVIDIA has released RTX A2000, the smallest Ampere workstation GPU that fits accelerates “AI and ray tracing” that targets at industrial design and 3D visualization, alone with its real-time collaboration platform, Omniverse.
The latest NVIDIA Ampere architecture technologies have been applied to RTX A2000, including the latest-generation RT Cores, 104 Tensor Cores and 3,328 CUDA cores with 6GB of ECC graphics memory, aims to improve the performance of 3D construction and drawing software such as Blender and Autodesk 3ds Max.
Compared with other RTX Axxx cards, RTX A2000 is the smallest and cheapest one. Let’s take a look at the configuration of different other Ampere workstation GPUs.
Nvidia Ampere workstation GPUs
In terms of design, NVIDIA RTX A2000 adopts the appearance of a full cover in the bottom without holes and dual slots with a small cooling fan on the protective layer of the graphics card, which is very suitable for computers with multiple monitors.
Half the Price
As expected, with a price that much lower than other RTX Axxx cards, RTX A2000 has a considerable step down in specifications.
The RTX A2000 has less than half the FP32 compute performance and graphics memory of the RTX A4000, and the DisplayPort is replaced with Mini DisplayPort connectors. In addition, with a 70W TDP card, the power draw is also reduce.
The RTX A2000 will be available in October 2021 via NVIDIA distributors and in workstations from manufacturers including ASUS, BOXX Technologies, Dell Technologies, HP and Lenovo. For more details please read the NVIDIA’s official announcement of RTX A2000.
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