Nvidia RTX A2000 Graphics Card lauched: Workstation GPU With 6GB GDDR6 ECC VRAM

August 11 news Nvidia today released the smallest RTX graphics card in the Ampere family, the RTX A2000. Which is a professional card for desktop workstations and only half the size of an RTX 3090 graphics card.

Nvidia RTX A2000 Graphics Card Price

The NVIDIA RTX A2000 Graphic Card, NVIDIA’s current cheapest optical chase professional card, priced at US$450 (approximately Indian Rs 33,461), will be available for sale in October (OEM).

Nvidia RTX A2000 Workstation GPU With 6GB GDDR6 ECC VRAM

In terms of specifications, the RTX A2000 parameters are not particularly attractive. Primarily the first Ampere series graphics cards to enter, with a half-height card design (single turbo), 70W TDP design and low cost. The Level Professional Card / Accelerator Card has great practicality.

Nvidia RTX A2000 Workstation GPU With 6GB GDDR6 ECC VRAM, 2nd-Gen RT Cores, 3rd-Gen Tensor Cores

Gadget Pixels understands that the performance of the RTX A2000 is similar to the desktop version of the RTX 3060 game card. It also uses GA106 cores. Which is equipped with 3328 CUDA cores, 104 tensor cores. Which is equipped with 192bit GDDR6 memory. With a capacity of 6GB, and supports PCIe 4.0 and ECC. Error correction, but all frequencies are lower than RTX 3060.

NVIDIA Professional Visualization Card
Specification Comparison
CUDA Cores10752819261443328
Tensor Cores336256192104
Boost Clock1800MHz1695MHz1560MHz1200MHz
Memory Clock16Gbps GDDR616Gbps GDDR614Gbps GDDR612Gbps
Memory Bus Width384-bit384-bit256-bit192-bit
Single Precision38.7 TFLOPS27.8 TFLOPS19.2 TFLOPS8 TFLOPS
Tensor Performance309.7 TFLOPS222.2 TFLOPS153.4 TFLOPS63.9 TFLOPS
NVLink1x NVLink3
1x NVLink3
Manufacturing ProcessSamsung 8nmSamsung 8nmSamsung 8nmSamsung 8nm
Launch PriceN/AN/AN/A$450
Launch Date12/202004/202104/202110/2021

Nvidia RTX A2000 Graphics Card specifications

In the past, the small video card’s claim to fame has been its small size. as mentioned earlier. It’s NVIDIA’s first low-profile ProVis card in a while, and is aimed at smaller form factor workstations. Even with 70W TDP, the card still requires a decent amount of cooling. So NVIDIA has essentially split the difference and gone with a double-wide card design in the form of a low-profile blower.

That’s why the RTX A2000 is neither silent nor small. That can go into really small machines, but SFF boxes that can provide the necessary slots. They should have little trouble adjusting the card. Meanwhile, although not shown in any of the images provided by NVIDIA. The RTX A2000 is designed to go standard (full height) PCs as well. Therefore a full profile bracket for the card will also be available.

Finally, due to the card’s smaller size, NVIDIA has switched to the Mini DisplayPort 1.4a connector for this card. MiniDP gives the card the same display capability as other A-series cards. Driving up to 45K displays – without the convenience of having to use the same full-size DP connector as the rest of the family.

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