Nvidia’s RTX 6000 is set to launch very soon – but a leak suggests that Photographers card It can go up to $8,000.
according to Cards video (Opens in a new tab)The GPU has already been spotted at several US retailers, with prices ranging from $7,378 to $8,210. And even for a professional graphics card, this is too expensive.
To put that cost in perspective, Nvidia’s latest consumer GPU, the GeForce RTX 4080retails for just over $1,000, while a close competitor AMD Radeon W6800 retails for around $4,000.
Is it worth it?
Without a doubt, the long-awaited GPU is the graphical visualization workhorse designed to earn its place in the PCs of engineers, artists, and those who run high-end hardware. software structuring And the software rendering.
Built on Nvidia’s own Ada Lovelace Architecture Specifications (Opens in a new tab) The GPU is confirmed to be running 48GB of GDDR6 ECC memory on a 384-bit bus, and features a fourth-generation Tensor core that, Nvidia says, “provides faster AI computing performance, delivering more than twice the performance of the previous generation.” It maxes out at a power-hungry 300W..and yes, it’s VR ready.
These aren’t the only specs revealed, however, along with the graphics card manufacturer for your hand (Opens in a new tab) Dropping in more details on what to expect from Nvidia’s latest offering. This includes single resolution performance at 91.1 TFLOPS.
So, in general, engineers, artists, architects, and the like can look forward to greatly improving their workflow. But if VideoCardz is correct, they may have to dig deeper to get it — though the website admits that users “can actually find lower prices, however, as these are early listings from relatively unpopular stores.”
Hopefully, while avoiding that price point, you’ll find it easier than the Nvidia GeForce RTX 4080, which has been so short of stock, we ran a live blog detailing Where to buy a graphics card.