Nvidia is expanding its line of RTX professional graphics cards with two new desktop GPUs: the Nvidia RTX A400 and the Nvidia RTX A1000. The A400 GPU has 24 tensor cores for AI processing and 6 RT cores for ray tracing, while the A1000 GPU has 72 tensor cores and 18 RT cores. This puts them well behind cards like the Nvidia RTX 4090 with 512 tensor cores, but they offer a single-slot design and power consumption of just 50 watts. The A1000 GPU is available now from resellers, and the A400 GPU is expected to be available in May.

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Max is managing editor at THE DECODER. As a trained philosopher, he deals with consciousness, AI, and the question of whether machines can really think or just pretend to.
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