The world of professional visualization is evolving rapidly. Advanced requirements like real-time ray tracing, AI, compute, engineering simulation, and immersive VR are common across industries, while millions of professionals have shifted to working from home.
The NVIDIA RTX A6000 delivers everything designers, engineers, and artists need to meet today’s demands from their desktop. Built on the NVIDIA Ampere architecture, the RTX A6000 combines 84 second-generation RT Cores, 336 third-generation Tensor Cores, and 10,752 CUDA cores with 48 GB of graphics memory for unprecedented rendering, AI, graphics, and compute performance. Connect two RTX A6000s with NVIDIA NVLink™ for 96 GB of combined GPU memory. And access the power of your workstation from anywhere with remote-access software. Engineer amazing products, design state-of-the art buildings, drive scientific breakthroughs, and create immersive entertainment with the world’s most powerful graphics solution.
Incredible Application Performance
Experience fast, interactive performance—powered by the latest NVIDIA Ampere architecture-based GPU—with ultra-fast, on-board graphics memory technology and optimized software drivers for professional applications.
The NVIDIA RTX A6000 includes 84 RT Cores to accelerate photorealistic ray-traced rendering up to 80% faster than the previous generation. Hardware accelerated Motion BVH (bounding volume hierarchy) improves motion blur rendering performance by up to 7X when compared to previous generation.
With 336 Tensor Cores to accelerate AI workflows, the RTX A6000 provides the power necessary for AI development and training workloads. Incredible inferencing performance, combined with enterprise-class stability and reliability, make RTX A6000-powered desktop workstations ideal for professional AI training and inferencing deployments.
Scale application performance even more with NVIDIA NVLink technology that lets you combine two RTX A6000 cards to double the effective GPU memory and performance in a single workstation chassis to 96 GB.
Ensure hardware compatibility and stability through NVIDIA support of the latest OpenGL, DirectX, Vulkan, and CUDA standards, deep independent software vendor (ISV) developer engagements, and certification with over 100 professional software applications.
NGC support gives engineers, researchers, and data scientists access to NVIDIA-tuned, tested, certified, and maintained containers for the top deep learning frameworks, as well as third-party managed high-performance computing (HPC) containers, NVIDIA HPC visualization containers, and partner applications.
Rich, Expansive Visual Workspace
Experience stunning imagery through movie-quality, anti-aliasing techniques, high-dynamic range (HDR) color support, higher refresh rates, and up to 8K screen resolution at 60 Hz from a single cable with the DisplayPort 1.4a standard.
Value for IT Administrators
Experience higher-quality products driven by power-efficient hardware and components selected for optimum operational performance, durability, and longevity.
Enjoy maximum uptime thanks to exhaustive product testing with leading OEMs and system integrators that simulates the most demanding real-world conditions.
Remotely monitor and manage NVIDIA professional products in your enterprise by integrating the NVIDIA Enterprise Management Toolkit (NVWMI) in your IT asset management framework.
Scale up NVIDIA RTX Enterprise driver deployment to hundreds of workstations using NVWMI’s powerful driver installer.
vGPU Software Support
|GPU Features||NVIDIA RTX™ A6000|
|GPU Memory||48 GB GDDR6 with error-correcting code (ECC)|
|Display Ports||4x DisplayPort 1.4*|
|Max Power Consumption||300 W|
|Graphics Bus||PCI Express Gen 4 x 16|
|Form Factor||4.4” (H) x 10.5” (L) dual slot|
|NVLink||2-way low profile (2-slot and 3-slot bridges)
Connect 2 RTX A6000
|vGPU Software Support||NVIDIA vPC/vApps, NVIDIA RTX Virtual Workstation, NVIDIA Virtual Compute Server|
|vGPU Profiles Supported||See the Virtual GPU Licensing Guide|
*Display ports are on by default for RTX A6000. Turn display ports off when using vGPU software.