Nvidia Quadro RTX A6000 In-House Benchmark Test Results


CCS recently acquired several Nvidia Quadro RTX A6000 GPU. With 48GB of VRAM and a hefty price tag of $5K it’s certainly not for everyone. They do however offer a host of significant improvements over the previous Turing architecture and are a great choice for projects involving massive datasets & workloads. We really like the dual-slot design and features such as improved power efficiency & improved NVLink support.

We decided to see how they perform compared to previous in-house GPU tests. Note: Blender v2.9 has not yet been optimized for the A6000 – when supported we expect to see better results. Overall, the Nvidia A6000 is one powerful piece of tech: