Today, Nvidia took to the stage before the commencement of Computex 2019 in Taipei which formally kicks off tomorrow. A number of items were announced, including new additions to its mobile workstation lineup of GPU solutions which will be expected to facilitate more intensive tasks such as "real-time 8K editing" for professionals who usually work in locations other than the office or while out on the road.
The new lineup of Quadro RTX GPUs for laptops consists of three unique parts, each with the following specifications:
|GPU||Memory||CUDA Cores||Tensor Cores||RT Cores||VR Ready|
|RTX 5000||16GB GDDR6||3072||384||48||Yes|
|RTX 4000||8GB GDDR6||2560||320||40||Yes|
|RTX 3000||6GB GDDR6||2304||288||36||Yes|
In addition, Nvidia rounded out the lower end of the lineup with new four non-RTX Quadro GPUs which include the P520, P620, T1000, and T2000, the last of which includes 4GB of GDDR5 memory and 1024 CUDA cores. The company said that this would give "professionals the flexibility to choose the right system to meet the demands of their diverse workloads".
With respect to the announcement, Tom Tobul, vice president of Specialty Products, Client Solutions at Dell, said:
"Dell workstations powered by Quadro RTX provide power, performance and reliability in one solution, offering cutting-edge technology like real-time ray tracing, AI acceleration and enhanced graphics performance. With the latest additions to our portfolios this week, NVIDIA and Dell are delivering the ultimate workstation experiences, allowing our customers to work efficiently and push their creativity to new heights."
Mobile workstations featuring the latest Quadro GPUs, including the three RTX-capable models, will start shipping in the second half of this year from global OEMs such as Dell, HP, and Lenovo, as well as regional players such as MSI.