Nvidia releases RTX 2000 ADA workstation graphics card

In September 2022, NVIDIA unveiled its groundbreaking Ada Lovelace architecture GPUs, not only refreshing its GeForce lineup but also launching the pioneering RTX 6000 ADA workstation card based on this new architecture. This move heralded a new era of neural graphics that seamlessly blends AI with simulation.

RTX 2000 ADA workstation card

NVIDIA has now introduced the RTX 2000 ADA workstation card, delivering approximately 1.5 times the performance of the previous generation RTX 2000 12GB. This advancement paves the way for a future accelerated by Artificial Intelligence (AI). The card, which is double-slot and does not require external power, has a mere 70W TDP. It features the AD107 GPU, utilizes a PCIe 4.0 x8 interface, and is equipped with 2816 CUDA cores, 88 Tensors, and 22 RT cores. It boasts a single-precision compute capability of 12 TFLOPS and can deliver 191.9 TFLOPS of power in Tensor tests. With 16GB of GDDR6 memory that includes ECC, a 128-bit memory interface, a 14 Gbps speed, and a memory bandwidth of 224 GB/s, it is exceptionally well-equipped.

The NVIDIA RTX Enterprise driver introduces new functionalities, including a suite of features designed to enhance graphic workflows and extend support to the RTX 2000 ADA card, which is now available for download. Furthermore, by incorporating support for Video Super Resolution and TrueHDR in the NVIDIA NGX software development kit, it is possible to improve the quality of video from low-resolution sources and effortlessly convert SDR content to HDR.

The RTX 2000 ADA workstation card is available through NVIDIA’s global distribution partners and has been on sale at Lenovo, HP, and Dell since April. The pricing for the RTX 2000 ADA workstation card is set at $625.