Designed to handle professional workflows, the PNY NVIDIA RTX A4000 Graphics Card utilizes NVIDIA's Ampere architecture. This graphics card features 16GB of ECC GDDR6 VRAM. The front panel of the card features four DisplayPort 1.4 outputs and can support up to four 5K displays natively. Computationally intensive programs can utilize the 6144 CUDA cores to accelerate tasks using CUDA or other APIs. The card features a blower style fan cooler.
- 6144 CUDA Cores
- Ampere Architecture
- 16GB of ECC GDDR6 VRAM
- 256-Bit Memory Interface
PNY RTX A4000 Overview
PNY RTX A4000 Specs
|GPU Model||NVIDIA RTX 4000|
|Stream Processors||6144 CUDA Cores|
|Interface||PCI Express 4.0 x16|
|Memory Configuration||16 GB|
|Memory Interface Width||256-Bit|
|Memory Bandwidth||448 GB/s|
|Display I/O||4 x DisplayPort 1.4a|
|Maximum Digital Resolution||7680 x 4320 @ 60 Hz|
|Max Power Consumption||140 W|
|PCI Power Connectors||1 x 6-Pin|
|Expansion Slot Compatibility||Full Height|
|Height||4.4" / 111.8 mm|
|Length||9.5" / 241.3 mm|
|Cooler Type||Blower-Style Fan with Single Fan|
|Package Weight||1.92 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||14.45 x 8.5 x 3.05"|
PNY RTX A4000 Reviews
Great value for the performance
For our image processing application, the throughput of the A4000 was substantially higher than the RTX 4000 we were using. The slight increase in cost was certainly worth the performance gain. Highly recommended.
Sped up our Engineering pc
We have had many card, this card is great for its and performance.
i have one and want to buy more
true to the nature of the game it's all about waiting for the render.
Good for CAD
Recently built a new workstation and used a less expensive gaming card. Was having crashes while working in Autodesk Civil3d. Decided to replace card with this. So far it has been great, no crashes and better performance in Civil3d. Card uses a lot less power and has more memory than gaming card. Don't know how it does with gaming. If I ever have any free time, I'll test it. :)
Works great for my needs
Wish it had a better cooling system is my only gripe. Otherwise works well
Terrible Cooling and Performance
Under sustained load I'm getting thermal temperatures that are 90c and above, which means the stability and longevity of this card is highly questionable. Physically, you're basically getting a 3070 ti that has been crippled to perform no better than a 3060 which is simply unacceptable. The only redeeming factor about this card is the large memory pool which would only be beneficial when dealing large animation caches and the like. Buyer beware.
Powerful, maybe a little too much for my needs, but everything works well and fast. Much improved processing of DXO Photo Lab DeepPRIME.
This card has 80-85% of the horsepower as a 3080, but uses only one third the watts (and less need for cooling too). Its a card for doing a lot of computations, and good (above average but not great) graphics. If you want maximum frame rates for gaming, this is the wrong card. If you are hoping to do AI or many types of engineering, this card is fantastic
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