Machines featuring NVIDIA RTX Ada Generation GPUs and AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO Processors will be available next month for preorder from Dell, HP, and BOXX; new trained AI models offer accelerated 3D rendering, simulations, and content creation.
AMD and NVIDIA have unveiled new workstations powered by NVIDIA RTX Ada Generation GPUs and AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO Processors that enable accelerated 3D rendering, simulations, and content creation. The workstations are available next month for preorder from Dell, HP, and BOXX, providing creators, product designers, and data scientists with cutting-edge GPUs and CPUs to elevate their workflows. Here are some highlights – visit the NVIDIA blog for more details.
Bringing AI Innovation to the Desktop
Advanced AI tasks typically require data center-level performance. Training a large language model with a trillion parameters, for example, takes thousands of GPUs running for weeks. Research is underway to reduce model size and enable model training on smaller systems while maintaining high levels of AI model accuracy.
NVIDIA RTX GPU and AMD CPU-powered for smaller trained AI models:
- Offload data center and cloud resources for AI development tasks.
- The devices let users select single- or multi-GPU configurations as required for their workloads.
- Configured to run smaller AI models for inference serving small workgroups or departments.
48GB of memory in a single NVIDIA RTX GPU:
- Reduce compute load on data centers.
- Scale training and deployment to data centers or the cloud with NVIDIA AI Enterprise software platform for seamless portability of workflows and toolchains.
- Enable cutting-edge visual workflows.
- Accelerated computing power enables interactive content creation, industrial digitalization, and advanced simulation and design.
AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO 7000 WX-Series processors provide the CPU platform that significantly increases core count – up to 96 cores per CPU – and maximum memory bandwidth.
- The GPUs enable up to 2x the performance (compared to previous generation) in ray tracing, AI processing, graphics rendering, and computational tasks.
- Ada Generation GPU options include the RTX 4000 SFF, RTX 4000, RTX 4500, RTX 5000, and RTX 6000.
- The GPUs are built on the NVIDIA Ada Lovelace architecture and feature up to 142 third-generation RT cores, 568 fourth-generation Tensor cores, and 18,176 latest-generation CUDA cores.
- GPUs are designed for challenging AI computing workloads – along with 3D rendering, product visualization, simulation, and scientific computing tasks.
Dan Sarto is Publisher and Editor-in-Chief of Animation World Network.
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