With 24 GB of GDDR6 ECC memory, the Nvidia RTX A5000 offers only a 50% memory uplift compared to the Quadro RTX 5000 it replaces.
Like the Nvidia RTX A4000 it offers a significant upgrade in all areas of processing – CUDA, Tensor and RT cores.
It’s a double height board, with a max power consumption of 230W which it draws from the PSU via an 8-pin PCIe connector, but it’s still available in compact towers.
The board also features four DisplayPort 1.4a ports and is cooled by a single ‘blower’ type fan, but only draws in cool air from one side of the card.
The Nvidia RTX A5000 supports all the same features as the Nvidia RTX A4000 but differs in two main areas.
One, it supports Nvidia NVLink, so GPU memory can be expanded to 48 GB by connecting two 24 GB GPUs together.
Two, it supports Nvidia RTX vWS (virtual workstation software) so it can deliver multiple high-performance virtual workstation instances that enable remote users to share resources. In the Lenovo ThinkStation P620, for example, you could get a very high density of CAD/BIM users who only need high-end RTX performance from time to time.
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