Now Introducing: NVIDIA Quadro RTX Family–Turing Architecture

August 14, 2018 • 7 min read


NVIDIA Turing-Based GPUs

NVIDIA has announced three new products that will be using the new Turing GPU architecture. Unveiled by Jensen Huang, Founder and CEO of NVIDIA at SIGGRAPH, these cards promise to be at the forefront of the global computer graphics industry. Some basic specifications to start with:

GPUMemoryMemory with NVLink
Ray Tracing
CUDA Cores
Tensor Cores
Quadro RTX 8000
48 GB
96 GB
10 GigaRays/sec
Quadro RTX 6000
24 GB
48 GB
10 GigaRays/sec
Quadro RTX 5000
16 GB
32 GB
6 GigaRays/sec

NVIDIA also announced the Quadro RTX Server which combines Quadro RTX GPUs along with new Quadro Infinity software to deliver one of the most powerful servers that cater to the demands of the creative professionals. The new Quadro Infinity software (Q1 2019) will allow multiple users to access a single GPU through virtual workstations and will allow end-users to provision render nodes and workstations according to their specific demands.

Pricing/Part Numbers/Availability

VCQRTX8000-PB | Quadro RTX 8000 with 48 GB memory: $10,000 (Estimated) | Q4 2018

VCQRTX6000-PB | Quadro RTX 6000 with 24 GB memory: $6,300 (Estimated) | Q4 2018

VCQRTX5000-PB | Quadro RTX 5000 with 16 GB memory: $2.300 (Estimated) | Q4 2018

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