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NVIDIA’s RTX A2000 GPU has arrived to enhance designing and processing with aid from AI accelerated tools

NVIDIA’s RTX technology is a prime example of how a powerful real-time ray tracing and AI acceleration can transform the design and visualization workflows for the most complex tasks related to designing. Its RTX is used in complex graphics processing like designing aeroplanes and automobiles to visual effects in movies and large-scale architectural design.

Coming to the new player from Nvidia in the market we have the new NVIDIA RTX A2000m which is the company’s most compact and power-efficient GPU build for standard and small-form-factor workstations.

The RTX A2000 GPU is designed to handle everyday workflows, allowing professionals to develop photorealistic renderings and build physically accurate simulations aided by AI-accelerated tools. Using the new tech, artists can create beautiful and realistic 3D worlds, architects can design and virtually explore the next generation of smart buildings and homes, as well as engineers, can now create more energy-efficient and autonomous vehicles to drive the future.

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The GPU comes with 6GB of memory capacity with an error correction code (ECC) that maintain data integrity for uncompromised computing accuracy and reliability. The RTX technology by Nvidia also comes with Omniverse, which is the company’s collaboration and simulation platform enabling teams to iterate together on a single 3D design in real-time.

The NVIDIA RTX A2000 features the latest technologies in the NVIDIA Ampere architecture:

  • Second-Generation RT Cores: Real-time ray tracing for all professional workflows. Up to 5x the rendering performance from the previous generation with RTX on.
  • Third-Generation Tensor Cores: Available in the GPU architecture to enable AI-augmented tools and applications.
  • CUDA Cores: Up to 2x the FP32 throughput of the previous generation for significant increases in graphics and compute workloads.
  • Up to 6GB of GPU Memory: Supports ECC memory, the first time that NVIDIA has enabled ECC memory in its 2000 series GPUs, for error-free computing.
  • PCIe Gen 4: Double the throughput with more than 40 per cent bandwidth improvement from the previous generation for accelerating data paths in and out of the GPU.

The NVIDIA RTX A2000 desktop GPU will be available from manufacturers like ASUS, BOXX Technologies, Dell Technologies, HP and Lenovo for Desktop workstations.


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Nivedita Bangari
Nivedita Bangari
I am a software engineer by profession and technology is my love, learning and playing with new technologies is my passion.

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