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Whether you’re looking for the best technology to power your new installation or updating your current systems to achieve even higher performance, TeraRecon has worked with PNY to secure special customer-only pricing for validated NVIDIA® CUDA® graphics cards. Discover the right card for your environment and connect below with a PNY expert.

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NVIDIA TESLA T4 16GB, 8TFLOPS, 8 CCU, 70 watts

NVIDIA TESLA T4 16GB, 8TFLOPS, 8 CCU, 70 watts

The Tesla T4 is TeraRecon’s current workhorse. This thoroughly field-tested board is still successfully used at most sites because of its affordability and low power consumption. Being a bus powered, half-length half-height board, it can easily integrate into almost every computer platform. If your hardware supports it, more T4 cards can be added to increase compute power and CCUs. The Tesla T4 is extremely inexpensive for its features when compared to newer, high-end cards.

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NVIDIA A16 4x 16GB, 4x 8.7TFLOPS, 20 CCU, 250 watts

NVIDIA A16 4x 16GB, 4x 8.7TFLOPS, 20 CCU, 250 watts

The A16 is TeraRecon’s recommendation for users demanding high capacity, since it supports the largest GPU memory capacity per board (64GB). With 4 GPUs per board and 16GB RAM per GPU, this is a perfect upgrade for the Tesla M10 GPU and provides 5x the performance of the predecessor.

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NVIDIA A10 24GB, 31.2TFLOPS, 20 CCU, 150 watts

NVIDIA A10 24GB, 31.2TFLOPS, 20 CCU, 150 watts

The A10 is TeraRecon’s recommendation for power users, since it supports the largest number of CCUs per GPU. This single slot, passively cooled GPU supports vGPU features and benefits. The A10 is an upgrade relative to the Tesla T4 and RTX A4000 when deployed in server platforms.

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NVIDIA RTX A4000 16GB, 19TFLOPS, 12 CCU, 70 watts
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NVIDIA RTX A4000 16GB, 19TFLOPS, 12 CCU, 140 watts

The NVIDIA® RTX™ A4000 card offers stronger compute capabilities and supports more concurrent users. This card boasts NVIDIA Ampere Architecture-Based CUDA Cores, second-generation RT Cores for photorealistic ray tracing, PCI Express Gen 4, and a single-slot form factor.

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