NVIDIA RTX Ada Generation GPU, Image/NVIDIA
The new workstations powered by NVIDIA RTX Ada Generation GPUs and AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO processors accelerate AI workflows. Developed for architecture, manufacturing, media and entertainment and healthcare, professionals across industries, the RTX GPU and AMD CPU-powered workstations effectively handle AI workloads like 3D rendering, product visualization, simulation and scientific computing tasks. The workstations will be available starting next month from BOXX and HP, and other system integrators coming soon.
NVIDIA RTX GPU is designed to lighten the compute load on data centers with 48GB of memory. Both the RTX GPU and AMD CPU-powered workstations run smaller AI models for inference serving for small workgroups or departments:
The new NVIDIA RTX GPU and AMD CPU-powered AI workstations provide the power and performance required for training such smaller models, as well as local fine-tuning, and helping to offload data center and cloud resources for AI development tasks. The devices let users select single- or multi-GPU configurations as required for their workloads.
AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO 7000 WX-Series processors contains 96 cores per CPU and maximum memory bandwidth in a single socket.
Ada Generation GPUs are built on the NVIDIA Ada Lovelace architecture and include the RTX 4000 SFF, RTX 4000, RTX 4500, RTX 5000 and RTX 6000 options. The Ada Generation GPUs feature up to 142 third-generation RT Cores, 568 fourth-generation Tensor Cores and 18,176 latest-generation CUDA cores.
Overall, the new workstations are made for high performance business and organization AI, design and development applications and solutions.