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NVIDIA announces the RTX A2000, a low-profile card for compact workstations

By Kenny Yeo - on 11 Aug 2021, 9:40am

NVIDIA announces the RTX A2000, a low-profile card for compact workstations

NVIDIA RTX A2000 (Image source: NVIDIA)

NVIDIA has just announced the new RTX A2000, which is the smallest member of its A-series of professional graphics cards.

The key news here is that this is a low-profile, dual-slot card. This makes it suitable for compact workstations. NVIDIA says it's nearly half the size of a GeForce RTX 3090.

Despite its small size, the RTX A2000 still packs serious performance. Here are the headline figures:

  • 8 teraflops of single-precision performance
  • 3328 CUDA cores
  • 104 Tensor cores
  • 6GB GDDR6 memory with ECC
  • 192-bit memory bus width
  • 70W TDP

Another figure worth mentioning is its low 70W TDP, which means it can make do with smaller power supplies.

The RTX A2000 also has four DisplayPort 1.4 ports, which makes it suitable for use with multi-monitor setups.

The NVIDIA RTX A2000 will be available in retail and through OEM partners this October. Prices is said to be around US$450 (~S$610).

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