NVIDIA RTX A5000 and RTX A4000 Professional Graphics Solutions Announced at GTC21
The NVIDIA RTX A6000 has company! New NVIDIA pro GPUs are the perfect way to upgrade existing desktop professional PCs or workstations – and a great sales opportunity for you! Here’s the scoop starting with a high-level positioning statement for each card, followed by market-specific sales and messaging information.
NVIDIA RTX A5000 Graphics Card | PNY PN VCNRTXA5000-PB
Perfectly Balanced. Blazing Performance.
Spearhead innovation from your customers’ desktops with the NVIDIA RTX A5000 graphics card, the perfect balance of power, performance and reliability to tackle complex workflows. Built on the latest NVIDIA Ampere architecture and featuring 24 gigabytes (GB) of GPU memory, it’s everything designers, engineers, and artists need to realize their visions for the future.
NVIDIA RTX A4000 Graphics Card | PNY PN VCNRTXA4000-PB
Sleek Design. Powerful Performance.
The NVIDIA RTX A4000 is the most powerful single-slot GPU for professionals, delivering real-time ray tracing, AI-accelerated compute, and high-performance graphics to your desktop. Engineer next generation products, design cityscapes of the future, and create immersive entertainment experiences with a solution that fits into a wide range of systems so your customers can work without limits.
NVIDIA RTX A5000 and RTX A4000 Selling and Messaging Points (Key Verticals)
• Second-generation RT Cores provide up to 2x the throughput of the first generation and enable concurrent ray tracing and shading. Design reviews can be accelerated to review high-fidelity visualizations with physically accurate materials, lighting, and reflections in real time. This improved performance unlocks the ability to evaluate new product concepts rapidly and create stunning marketing content directly from computer-aided design (CAD) geometry.
• Extend the power of engineering simulation throughout the design process with accelerated real-time structural, thermal, and fluid flow analysis software tools. Engineers can evaluate the impact of design changes instantly to iterate at the speed of light and revolutionize the performance of their designs. The NVIDIA Ampere architecture based CUDA cores bring up to 2.5x the single-precision floating point throughput and 2.5x improved power efficiency compared to previous generations, unlocking new potential for the industry.
• The large amount of GDDR6 GPU memory with optional ECC (Error Correction Code) allows mechanical engineers and engineering analysts to work with large assemblies in their CAD package of choice. Third-generation NVIDIA NVLink can connect two RTX A5000s to provide up to 48 GB of combined GPU memory, so industrial designers, mechanical engineers, and engineering analysts can tackle complex workloads. The RTX A4000 does not support NVLink.
Architecture, Engineering, and Construction (AEC)
• AEC teams equipped with the RTX A5000 or RTX A4000 can work with large 3D models and complex building information modeling (BIM) data sets, so architects, designers, and engineers can tackle large, complex workloads, ranging from design reviews to virtual construction rehearsals, all in immersive VR.
• Second-generation RT Cores provide up to 2x faster ray tracing performance compared to the previous generation and enable concurrent ray tracing and shading. Design teams and architectural visualization specialists can make design decisions faster by quickly iterating on high-fidelity renders using physically accurate shadows, reflections, and materials in real-time.
Media and Entertainment (M&E)
• Iterate more, render faster, and gain distinct advantages over CPU rendering, from previsualization through final frames. The NVIDIA RTX A5000 and RTX A4000 implement second-generation RT Cores to improve ray-tracing performance by up to 2x, enabling higher-fidelity workflows from batch and final frame rendering to virtual production.
• Since the NVIDIA RTX A5000 and RTX A4000 implement larger amounts of GPU memory studios can work in real-time with complex geometries, high-resolution textures, and sophisticated lighting. Third-generation NVIDIA NVLink can connect two RTX A5000s (RTX 4000 does not support this feature) to provide up to 48 GB of combined GPU memory, so artists can work interactively with extremely large models or scenes with photorealistic results.
• Dramatically accelerate production pipelines with third-generation Tensor Cores. New Tensor Cores provide up to 10x the training throughput, with hardware support for structural sparsity, over the previous generation. Many creative applications have adopted AI-accelerated features that can aid artists with time-consuming tasks such as up-scaling video, denoising renders, enhancing audio, and retiming video (e.g. slow motion). Apps like Autodesk Flame, Adobe Premiere Pro, and Blackmagic Design DaVinci Resolve already take advantage of Tensor Cores to accelerate content creation tasks.
• With real-time ray-tracing capabilities, RTX A5000 or the RTX A4000 enable the creation of the most vivid GPU-accelerated renders, providing valuable insights to scientists and researchers faster than ever before.
• Dedicated deep learning hardware (Tensor Cores) in the RTX A5000 and RTX A4000 helps researchers create new AI-augmented technologies for solving the most difficult problems or deploying AI-integrated solutions to drive discoveries and push the boundaries of knowledge forward.
• VR enables scientists to gain insights only available in immersive environments. NVIDIA RTX A5000 and the RTX A4000 support the resolutions required by next-generation HMDs, and advanced technologies like Variable Rate Shading (VRS), which enables foveated rendering with eye-tracking VR HMDs, to place the most detail wherever the researcher is looking, resulting in greater visual fidelity and efficient GPU use.
The exciting new NVIDIA RTX A5000 and RTX A4000 professional graphics boards are available now. As always PNY is proud to partner with Ingram to bring these superlative new solutions to your customers. If you have any questions or need additional information please email email@example.com or visit www.pny.com.