World’s Fastest ITX Card – NVIDIA RTX A2000 Review

World’s Fastest ITX Card – NVIDIA RTX A2000 Review – The NVIDIA RTX A-2000 “Ampere” in today’s review is a professional visualization graphics card designed by NVIDIA company for commercial desktops and workstations.

It features a low profile design making it fit for compact a towers or rackmount workstations where space comes at a premium. The card comes in a half height, dual slot design, and uses a self-contained air cooler (does not rely on rack airflow).

NVIDIA has not stuck either the GeForce or Quadro-label onto this card. The “A” in A-2000 denotes the “Ampere” graphics architecture it is based on. Another important capability is that the card runs on PCI Express slot power only and no external power connectors needed.

The RTX A-2000 fits the need for a compact graphics card built with certain a enterprise grade features: the pro vis support channel, plenty of display connectivity for a multi monitor setup with up to four or 4K displays, and contemporary a software capabilities, including the full DirectX 12 Ultimate feature set.

Within its segment, the A-2000 can help with various 3D creativity applications, as well as help with Artificial Intellegent-augmented applications.

The reviewed RTX A-2000 comes in two variants based on memory : 6 GB and 12GB. Both models feature ECC for the memory. We have with us the 6GB variant, which we bought for €725 (including 20% VAT).


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