NVIDIA RTX 5000 Ada Generation Laptop GPU

The NVIDIA RTX 5000 Ada Generation Laptop GPU stands out as a professional-grade graphics card designed specifically for notebooks. Derived from the consumer RTX 4090 Laptop GPU, it boasts an impressive 9,728 CUDA cores, complemented by 76 ray tracing cores and 304 4th generation tensor cores. With 16 GB of memory utilizing a 256-bit bus, the RTX 5000 introduces the option for ECC error correction, albeit at the expense of reducing the size to 15,360MB. The clock rates, as customary for professional RTX models, are marginally lower compared to their consumer counterparts, resulting in a performance that lags behind the RTX 4090 Mobile. However, this performance discrepancy is contingent upon the Thermal Design Power (TDP) allocated by the notebook. Nvidia specifies that the RTX 5000 can be configured within a TDP range of 80 to 175 watts, leading to substantial variations in performance.

Despite the shared nomenclature, it’s essential to note that the GPU is not directly comparable to the older NVIDIA Quadro RTX 5000 based on the Turing architecture.

The underlying AD103 chip is crafted by TSMC using the 4N process, equivalent to a 5nm manufacturing technology, showcasing the technological advancements incorporated into this professional-grade GPU.

Graphics Processor
Chip (AD103)
ArchitectureAda Lovelace
Process Size5 nm
Transistor Count76.3 Billion
Density121.1M / mm²
Die Size379 mm²
Memory Size16 GB
Memory TypeGDDR6
Memory Bus256 bit
Bandwidth576.0 GB/s
Graphics Config
Shading Units9728
Base Clock/Boost Clock1425 MHz/2115 MHz
Memory Clock2250 MHz = 18 Gbps effective
SM Count76
RT Cores/Tensor Cores76/304
L1 Cache/L2 Cache128 KB (per SM)/64 MB
DirectX/OpenGL12 Ultimate (12_2)/4.6
Theoretical Performance
FP32 (float)41.15 TFLOPS
Pixel Rate236.9 GPixel/s
Texture Rate643.0 GTexel/s
3DMark Time Spy Graphics15316
3DM11 Performance GPU53052
3DMark Time Spy Graphics + 3DM11 Performance GPU / 1000 = Score
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