Introducing RTX 5880 Ada – Specifications Mirror Those of the RTX 4090D

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NVIDIA has recently unveiled its latest addition to the professional visualization graphics card lineup, the RTX 5880 Ada. This new GPU is set to redefine the boundaries of professional visualization applications, offering features such as ECC-enabled memory and certifications for nearly every content creation application.

Unveiling RTX 5880 Ada – Key Features and Specifications

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The first mention of the RTX 5880 Ada was spotted in NVIDIA’s RTX Production Branch driver, version 537.99 WHQL. This has sparked excitement in the tech community, as the RTX 5880 Ada is expected to bring significant improvements to NVIDIA’s professional visualization (pro-vis) portfolio.

The NVIDIA RTX 5880 Ada graphics card is equipped with a scaled-down AD102 GPU core, featuring 14,080 CUDA (just like the 4090D) cores and 440 Tensor Cores. This represents a 22% reduction in core count compared to the RTX 6000 Ada graphics card. The graphics card operates at around 2.5 GHz and delivers 69.3 TFLOPs of FP32 compute and 1108 TFLOPs of Tensor performance. This is a 24% decrease in FP32 and tensor-core performance compared to the RTX 6000 Ada.

In terms of memory, the NVIDIA RTX 5880 Ada boasts the same 48 GB GDDR6 memory, running at speeds of 20 Gbps, providing up to 960 GB/s bandwidth. The power consumption is slightly lower, with a reduction of 15W (285W) compared to the 300W of the RTX 6000 Ada GPU. The card comes in a standard dual-slot, active-cooled design and houses four DisplayPort 1.4a outputs. It also features Triple Encore/Decode Engines.

The NVIDIA RTX 5880 Ada Generation delivers the features, capabilities, and performance to meet the challenges of today’s professional workflows. Built on the NVIDIA Ada Lovelace GPU architecture, the RTX 5880 combines third-generation RT Cores, fourth-generation Tensor Cores, and next-gen CUDA cores with 48GB of graphics memory for unprecedented rendering, graphics, and compute performance. NVIDIA RTX 5880-powered workstations provide what you need to succeed in today’s ultra-challenging business environment.


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