Nvidia launches new mobile workstation GPUs that leverage AI to improve performance

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Calling all mobile workstation users and creators on the go! Nvidia is supercharging your workflows with the brand new RTX 500 and 1000 Ada Generation GPUs. These sleek and powerful chips pack a serious punch, replacing the previous generation and offering significant improvements.

The new RTX 500 and 1000 Ada Generation Laptop GPUs, bring powerful AI capabilities and performance to highly portable mobile workstations. These GPUs address the growing need for local AI acceleration in various professional workflows, even in compact laptop designs.

The key benefits

  • AI for Everyone: Tackle demanding tasks like video editing, noise removal, image upscaling, and more with significant performance boosts from AI.
  • Double the Power: Combined with built-in neural processing units (NPUs) in your workstation, these GPUs unlock even greater efficiency for complex workloads.
  • Performance and Portability: Experience:
    • Up to 2x faster ray tracing performance for high-fidelity visuals.
    • Up to 2x faster AI processing compared to the previous generation.
    • Up to 30% improvement in graphics and compute workloads.
    • Dedicated GPU memory for demanding applications and large datasets.
    • Next-generation features like DLSS 3 and AV1 encoding for enhanced visuals and efficiency.


Look for these powerful GPUs in mobile workstations from Dell, HP, Lenovo, and MSI this spring joining the existing RTX 2000, 3000, 3500, 4000, and 5000 Ada Generation GPUs for users needing even more advanced AI capabilities.

According to Nvidia the RTX 500 GPU delivers up to 14x faster generative AI performance, 3x faster photo editing with AI, and 10x faster 3D rendering compared to a CPU-only configuration.

Whether you’re a creative professional on the go or a researcher pushing the boundaries of AI, the new NVIDIA RTX 500 and 1000 Ada GPUs should offer a compelling combination of performance, portability, and AI acceleration to empower your workflow.

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