Nvidia places 7nm 5nm orders next gen ampere gpus
At this year's Computex, NVIDIA focused its attention on professional-grade mobile graphics solutions, especially the release of Quadro RTX series GPUs for notebook computers. The GPU giant has launched a program under the RTX Studio brand, which will include 17 Quadro RTX laptops with NVIDIA certification from major manufacturers such as Razer, Dell and Asus. The
new Quadro series manages to shrink and adapt to desktops designed for professional notebook computers. The main goal is to port desktop performance by leveraging the NVIDIA Turing architecture in the company's flagship RTX GPU, although the version is slightly downplayed. It seems that NVIDIA intends to achieve workstation performance comparable to or surpassing similar products such as MacBook Pro (NVIDIA says up to x7) at a lower price. In terms of
details, NVIDIA has launched seven different Quadro models, the most interesting of which is the RTX 5000, which is equipped with 16GB GDDR6 memory, 4MB cache, 3072 CUDA cores, 384 NVIDIA Tensor cores, 48 NVIDIA RT cores, and so on. Technologies in the desktop RTX series, such as ray tracing, advanced shading, and deep learning. A combination of
, these configurations are used to handle design, rendering, editing, and other graphics workloads more efficiently, putting the GPU on par with the desktop Quadro RTX 5000. The model is also fully equipped to handle VR and NVLINK multi-GPU bridging. The
RTX 4000 drops to a respectable 8GB GDDR6 video memory, while the RTX 3000 provides 6GB GDDR6 video memory. NVIDIA is very realistic about budget constraints, and mid-range models also appear in the form of T2000 and T1000 models, equipped with 4GB GDDR5 memory. NVIDIA's new lineup is the low-end P620 and P520 models, with 4GB of GDDR5 memory and 2GB of GDDR5 memory, respectively.
Along with the GPU, NVIDIA has worked hard to complete a series of new studio controllers specifically designed to intuitively work with creative applications such as Adobe Premiere, Photoshop, and Epic’s Unreal Engine, especially among them. When performing routine switching between the graphics software developers, the interface can be used to increase the GPU usage in their software.
Seven cooperative manufacturers have shown some of their new RTX Studio laptops at Computex 2019, including NVIDIA entry-level models for around $1,500. End the game laptop.