DGX Station A100 - NVIDIA will release a system unit with 320 GB of video memory
NVIDIA has introduced a proprietary desktop with impressive technical characteristics. Under the "hood" of the new product, called DGX Station A100 — 64-core AMD processor and four "green" graphics accelerators with an impressive total amount of video memory. At the same time, the system unit does not require a server rack and is powered from a regular outlet, but buying it for gaming is still not the best idea.
The NVIDIA DGX Station A100 workstation is positioned as a professional device designed for CAD specialists, designers, and researchers. The case of the branded PC houses a 64-core AMD EPYC processor, 512 GB of RAM and an NVMe drive with a capacity of 7.68 TB. In addition, the configuration of the new product provides four NVIDIA A100 graphics accelerators, combined using the NVLink interface. Each of them is equipped with 80 GB of HBM2e video memory and third-generation tensor cores.
According to NVIDIA, the new product offers "data center performance without a data center" - the computer simply plugs into an outlet and does not require a special cooling system, unlike some of the more bulky data center solutions.
With support for NVIDIA Multi-Instance GPU (MIG) technology, station resources can be shared among 28 users. The cost of new items will be announced by the manufacturer later.