NVIDIA expanded their family of new NVIDIA Ada Generation GPUs for workstations and data center GPU lineup at Siggraph 2023 which are designed to deliver compelling AI, compute, graphics, and real-time rendering to professionals everywhere. Powered by the ultra-efficient NVIDIA Ada Lovelace architecture, the new NVIDIA RTX 5000, NVIDIA RTX 4500, and NVIDIA RTX 4000 Ada Generation GPUs are ideal for ray tracing, physics simulation, neural graphics, and generative AI.
Expanding the Ada Lovelace architecture family of data center GPUs, which includes the NVIDIA L40 and L4, the new NVIDIA L40S GPU is the most powerful universal GPU for the data center, delivering breakthrough multi-workload acceleration for inference and training, graphics, and video applications.
The Ada GPU architecture has been designed to provide revolutionary performance for ray tracing and AI-based neural graphics. It delivers a dramatically higher baseline of GPU performance and marks the tipping point for ray tracing and neural graphics. With features such as Fourth-Gen Tensor Cores, Third-Gen RT Cores, Shader Execution Reordering, and DLSS 3 empowers professionals to unleash their imagination and maximize productivity.
Benchmarks: Ada Generation VS Ampere Architecture
The NVIDIA RTX 5000 Ada Generation GPU is purpose-built for today’s professional workflows. It combines 100 third-generation RT Cores, 400 fourth-generation Tensor Cores, and 12,800 CUDA® cores with 32GB of graphics memory to deliver the next generation of AI graphics and petaFLOPS inferencing performance, accelerating rendering, AI, graphics, and compute workloads. RTX 5000-powered workstations equip you for success in today’s demanding business landscape.
The NVIDIA RTX 4500 Ada Generation combines 60 third-generation RT Cores, 240 fourth-generation Tensor Cores, and 7,680 CUDA cores with 24GB of graphics memory to deliver AI-powered graphics and real-time rendering. Discover new ways to create incredible workflow acceleration with RTX 4500.
The NVIDIA RTX 4000 Ada Generation is the most powerful single-slot GPU for professionals, delivering remarkable acceleration for AI, real-time rendering, graphics, and compute workloads to your desktop. The RTX 4000 combines 48 third-generation RT Cores, 192 fourth-generation Tensor Cores, and 6,144 CUDA cores with 20GB of graphics memory to effortlessly handle large datasets and complex visual workloads.
Unparalleled AI and graphics performance for the data center
The NVIDIA L40S GPU is the most powerful universal GPU for the data center, delivering end-to-end acceleration for the next generation of AI-enabled applications—from generative AI and model training and inference to 3D graphics,
rendering, and video applications.
Benchmarks: L40S VS A100
In conclusion, NVIDIA Ada Lovelace RTX desktop GPUs are the epitome of cutting-edge performance, redefining the capabilities of professionals across industries. With NVIDIA RTX desktop GPUs, professionals can tackle the most complex tasks with ease. From ray tracing and physics simulation to neural graphics and generative AI, RTX desktop GPUs are purpose-built to handle the demanding workloads of today’s industries.