NVIDIA RTX™ 4500 Ada 24GB
|GPU Features||NVIDIA RTX™ 4500 Ada Generation|
|GPU Memory||24 GB GDDR6 with ECC|
|CUDA Cores||7,680 (Ada Lovelace Architecture)|
|Tensor Cores||240 (4th gen)|
|RT Cores||60 (3rd gen)|
|Display Ports||4x DisplayPort 1.4|
|Max Power Consumption||210 W|
|Graphics Bus||PCI Express Gen 4 x 16|
|Form Factor||4.4” (H) x 10.5” (L) dual slot|
|vGPU Profiles Supported||See the Virtual GPU Licensing Guide|
NVIDIA Powers New Systems for Gen AI, Content Creation, Data Science
New RTX 4500 Ada Generation strikes the perfect balance with performance, 24GB of memory, and features to run demanding professional workflows that drive the new age of gen AI and digitalization.
Powered by the NVIDIA Ada Lovelace Architecture
Ada Lovelace Architecture-Based
2X the speed of the previous generation for single-precision floating-point (FP32) operations provides significant performance improvements for graphics and simulation workflows on the desktop, such as complex 3D computer-aided design (CAD) and computer-aided engineering (CAE).
Third-Generation RT CoresWith up to 2X the throughput over the previous generation, third-generation RT Cores deliver massive speedups for workloads like photorealistic rendering of movie content, architectural design evaluations, and virtual prototyping of product designs. This technology also accelerates the rendering of ray-traced motion blur with greater visual accuracy.
Fourth-Generation Tensor CoresFourth-generation Tensor Cores deliver more than 3X the AI compute performance of the previous generation. These Tensor Cores support acceleration of the FP8 precision data type and provide independent floating-point and integer data paths to speed up execution of mixed floating-point and integer calculations.
24 Gigabytes (GB) of
With 24GB of GDDR6 memory, RTX 4500 gives data scientists, engineers, and creative professionals the large memory needed to work with large datasets and workloads like rendering, data science, and simulation.
Eighth-generation dedicated hardware encoder (NVENC) with AV1 encoding unlocks new opportunities for streamers, broadcasters, and video conferencing. It’s 40% more efficient than H.264, allowing users streaming at 1080p to increase their resolution to 1440p while running at the same bit rate and quality.