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The RTX 8000 Quadro if fitted with

The RTX 8000 Quadro if fitted with

The pro version of Ampere is unveiled. The GeForce RTX 8000 is expected to use the full GA102 GPU, which translates into 10752 CUDA Cores…

Interesting information, the card is equipped with 48GB of GDDR6 memory and not GDDR6X. The main reason would be the production tensions on the GDDR6X. We also think that the heating caused by these chips would be a factor. By the way, the speed used would be 16 GHz (vs. 19 GHz in the GeForce RTX 3080 or 19.5 GHz in the GeForce RTX 3090). The 48 GB of GDDR6 @ 16 GHz memory is combined with a 384-bit memory interface with a bandwidth of up to 768 GB/s, which translates into 8 GB/s, outperforming the GeForce RTX 3080.

quadro rtx 8000

Finally, it will be difficult not to mention its “look” because here again, Nvidia’s new pro card is, like its little sisters, beautiful. One can also guess that the cooling system is entrusted to a blower on the top, but that the rear expulsion system like on the Founders 3080 and 3090 is also used. This choice seems surprising when the big Quadro won’t have a GDDR6X.

Finally, it’s hard to say what looks like a copper heatsink on much of the card. Maybe we are actually just on an aesthetic fairing and not a copper block. However, the proportions of this card seem to suggest that it won’t take up more than 2 PCI slots.

The card is announced on the official Nvidia website at $5500.

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