At Computex conference, NVIDIA today announced a new range of Turing architecture-based Quadro GPUs. These new Quadro RTX 5000, 4000 and 3000 GPUs can offer desktop-class performance with ray-tracing and VR support in a mobile form factor. Several OEMs including Razer, Acer, HP, Dell and others will launch new mobile workstations based on these new GPUs in the second half of this year.
The Quadro RTX mobile workstations ensure that professionals get the best possible experience when working with the latest design, engineering and creative applications from leading software providers such as Autodesk, Adobe, Dassault Systemes, Siemens, PTC, Chaos Group, Ansys, ESRI, Schlumberger and many more.
NVIDIA today also announced the new Studio program, a platform to improve performance and reliability of PCs used by creative people around the world.
NVIDIA Studio program combines RTX GPUs, NVIDIA Studio Stack of specialized SDKs and dedicated Studio Drivers. To get NVIDIA Studio badge, hardware and software must go through rigorous for top creative applications and workflows. At Computex today, OEMs announced 17 new RTX Studio laptops.
“NVIDIA Studio pairs RTX GPUs, which enable real-time ray tracing, AI processing and high-resolution video editing, with studio-grade software to surpass the growing demands of today’s creators,” said Jason Paul, general manager of GeForce software and technology at NVIDIA. “The new RTX Studio laptops are the perfect tool for creatives who need desktop-class performance while on the go.”
RTX Studio laptops will be available in June from OEMs, including Acer, ASUS, Dell, GIGABYTE, HP, MSI and Razer. Pricing of these laptops will start at $1,599.