The NVIDIA RTX 6000 workstation GPU will be available in December from global channel partners and manufacturers (Q4) and delivers 2x to 4x performance improvements in enterprise workflows.
The NVIDIA RTX 6000 workstation GPU is the first to feature the NVIDIA Ada Lovelace neural graphics architecture, which combines AI and simulation. This allows artists to create more engaging content and create immersive virtual worlds.
Scientists, researchers and medical professionals can use their workstations for supercomputing to develop life-saving drugs and procedures that offer two to four times the performance of the previous generation RTX A6000.
With Ada-generation AI and programmable shader technology, the RTX 6000 is the perfect platform for creating content and tools for the Metaverse with NVIDIA Omniverse™ Enterprise.
Combining the latest generations of rendering, AI and shader technologies, as well as 48GB of GPU memory, the RTX 6000 enables users to create highly detailed content, develop intricate simulations and lay the foundation for compelling virtual worlds.
Nvidia’s new GPU is the most powerful card of the Lovelace generation in terms of processing power with its 18,176 CUDA cores compared to the RTX 4090’s 16,384.
Despite the RTX 6000’s high power draw of up to 300 watts, the RTX 4090 has a higher TDP rating of up to 450 watts
Next-gen RTX technology
The NVIDIA RTX 6000, powered by the world’s most advanced GPU architecture, the NVIDIA Ada architecture, is the world’s most advanced GPU technology. Here are some of the key features:
- Third generation RT cores: 2x the performance of the previous generation, enables ray tracing with shading or denoising functions.
- CUDA cores: Double single-precision floating-point throughput compared to the previous generation.
- Fourth generation tensor cores: 2x faster AI training performance over the previous generation and expanded support for the FP8 data format.
- GPU memory: Features 48GB of GDDR6 memory to work with the largest 3D models, render images, simulations, and AI datasets.
- virtualization: The ability to support NVIDIA Virtual GPU (vGPU) software for multiple high-performance virtual workstation instances, allowing remote users to share resources, AI, and workloads. and push high-end design,
- XR: Offers 3x more video encoding performance compared to previous generations to stream multiple concurrent XR sessions with NVIDIA CloudXR.
According to Bob Pette, vice president of professional visualization at NVIDIA, computer graphics will be powered by neural graphics and will transform the way content is produced and received.
“The NVIDIA RTX 6000 is primed to support those working in engineering, design, and science to tackle the demanding content creation, rendering, AI, and simulation workloads required to build the metaverse.” says Peter
World leaders turn to NVIDIA RTX 6000
According to Michael Davies, senior vice president of field operations at Fox Sports, NVIDIA professional GPUs have enabled us to offer baseball fans around the world an unparalleled experience by bringing iconic players back to life through AI-powered facial animations
“We’re excited to leverage the massive graphics and AI power of the RTX 6000 to show the next phase of live sports broadcasting,” said Davies
According to Grass Valley CEO Ndrew Cross, broadcasters are increasingly adopting software and computers that will help build the next generation of television channels.
“The new workstation GPUs are game-changers, giving us performance gains of up to 300% – enabling us to improve video quality and the value of our products,” said Cross
Workstation cards like the RTX 6000 also benefit from specialized drivers and longevity, both of which are likely to be critical in scientific computing workloads and creating CGI for the movie industry.
It’s no coincidence that Nvidia mentions tying Omniverse (its own real-time graphics collaboration platform) to the card as we near Web 3.0.
According to Nvidia, the RTX 6000 is the ideal tool for creating content for the Metaverse thanks to its Ada Lovelace generation AI, massively increased ray tracing and CUDA cores, as well as programmable shader technology.
Designers and engineers can further push the boundaries of technical simulation with the new NVIDIA Ada Lovelace architecture.
The larger L2 cache of the RTX 6000 GPU, the increase in performance of the next-gen cores and the increased memory bandwidth will result in impressive performance gains for the broad Ansys application portfolio.
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