NVIDIA already has several Ada Lovelace graphics cards in its portfolio aimed at professionals. The offer includes models such as RTX 6000 Ada, RTX 5000 Ada or RTX 4000 Ada. Despite this, the Greens decided to supplement it with one more model. The RTX 5880 Ada system has just been presented, which – as you can guess from the name – fills the gap between the two most powerful systems in this family so far.
The NVIDIA RTX 5880 Ada appears to be a card that was created due to US export restrictions. However, there is no indication that the system will be offered only in China, as the unit was presented on the manufacturer’s global website.
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NVIDIA RTX 5880 Ada is a card designed for 3D modeling, rendering, data visualization and video streaming tasks. There is an ADA core with 14080 CUDA units, 440 4th generation Tensor cores and 110 3rd generation RT cores on board. The specification is complemented by 48 GB of GDDR6 384-bit memory (20 Gbps). The TDP coefficient here is 285 W, and the entire system has a dual-slot cooling system with a single turbine known from the RTX 6000 Ada. According to official data, the RTX 5880 Ada provides 69.3 TFLOPS of performance in single-precision calculations, so it should be approximately 24% slower than the leading model in this series. You will find more data under this link.
|RTX 6000 ADA
|RTX 5880 ADA
|RTX 5000 ADA
|48GB GDDR6 284-bit
|48GB GDDR6 284-bit
|32GB GDDR6 256-bit
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The NVIDIA RTX 5880 Ada appears to be a card that was created due to US export restrictions. However, there is no indication that the system will be offered only in China (such as the GeForce RTX 4090 D), as the unit was presented on the manufacturer’s global website. The Greens are already accepting orders for new systems and they can probably be placed from anywhere in the world. The price of the new RTX for professionals has not been revealed, but you can guess that the card will be cheaper than the RTX 6000 Ada (approx. $6,800) and at the same time more expensive than the RTX 5000 Ada (approx. $4,000).
Source: NVIDIA, VideoCardz