In our PNY Pro Tip #7, we introduced the latest VirtualLink addition to the Turing RTX GPU output offering, and how it was developed to make VR more accessible. While the idea of one cable connection for VR is great, there are currently no VR HMDs (Head Mounted Display) available with VirtualLink. In this follow up blog, we will go over 3 ideas that our readers can use the VirtualLink port for.
Did you know the NVIDIA Windows 10 Drivers for Quadro and GeForce RTX Turing based GPUs are incompatible with Windows 10 RS2 or earlier? This includes Windows 10 Threshold 1, Threshold 2, Redstone 1, and Redstone 2 operating systems.
Join us for a live webinar to learn how the new NVIDIA Turing™ architecture and powerful NVIDIA Quadro RTX™ GPUs fundamentally alters the technological and economic landscape for professional media and entertainment (M&E) workflows. Learn how Turing fuses real-time ray tracing, AI, simulation, and rasterization to open up amazing creative possibilities.
In this webinar you will:
- Learn how Quadro RTX opens up new creative vistas and storytelling possibilities for M&E professionals.
- Explore the dramatic impact NVIDIA’s RTX technology will have on production workflows and economics.
- Explore how NVIDIA’s RTX platform brings cinematic real-time ray tracing to Turing GPUs.
- See how NVIDIA’s NGX AI technology will transition graphics boards from tools to active assistants for a variety of labor intensive M&E tasks.
- Learn the key specifications, benefits and features Quadro RTX offers for M&E workflows and use cases.
January 24, 2019
Topics: Webinar, PNY PRO, PNY, NVIDIA, NVIDIA Quadro, Quadro RTX, NVIDIA GPU Cloud, NVIDIA Turing Architecture, Media + Entertainment, realtime ray tracing, AI, Simulation, rasterization, Professional workflows, NVIDIA NGX Technology, NVIDIA Quadro RTX 6000, NVIDIA Quadro RTX 5000
Owners of the new Turing-based Quadro or GeForce RTX graphics cards will notice their GPU offers a USB Type-C port in addition to the standard DisplayPort and HDMI ports. It might be odd to see a graphics board with a USB port, but the new addition makes Virtual Reality (VR) more accessible via a new open industry standard called VirtualLink.
Jensen Huang, NVIDIA’s CEO, opened up CES on Sunday night by unveiling amazing new technology innovations during the NVIDIA Press Conference, including the GeForce RTX 2060 powered by NVIDIA’s Turing™ architecture. CES, the world’s biggest consumer technology trade show expects to host over 180,000 attendees from 150 countries during the four-day event. For over 50 years CES has served as the global arena where next-generation innovations and breakthrough technologies are introduced to the marketplace. Owned and produced by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA), it attracts the world's business leaders and pioneering thinkers.
Topics: PNYPRO, PNY, NVIDIA, NVIDIA GPU, CES, JensenHuang, NVIDIATuring, Geforce RTX 2060, Consumer Electronic Show, Tradeshow, realtime ray tracing, Artificial Intelligence, AI, GeForce RTX, DLSS Technology
For the last 20 years, NVIDIA Quadro has been the de facto standard for professionals in dozens of industries who demand the highest level of performance and enterprise-class reliability and stability. Quadro RTX was built on that legacy — and the NVIDIA Turing architecture — opening new possibilities that will change the future of computer graphics. Get a look behind the scenes to see why Quadro is the GPU that professionals trust to do their best work. Learn more about Quadro RTX.
From advanced medical imaging to personal genomics the life sciences research community, healthcare providers and pharmaceutical companies are using NVIDIA GPUs to revolutionize healthcare. GPU-accelerated research tools are shortening the time from insight and discovery to available treatments, delivering advanced medical imaging to guide clinicians, assisting in robotic surgery, even enabling AI (Artificial Intelligence) diagnostic tools based on Deep Learning to provide better research and patient outcomes – while empowering physicians, clinicians, and researchers passionate about improving the lives of others to do their best work.
When building a powerful workstation utilizing multiple graphics boards, an adequate and clean power supply to the power hungry GPUs is key to overall system stability and performance.
Overdrawing power can cause instability and system crashes, or could potentially overheat power cables to the extent of melting the plastic shielding and causing catastrophic shorts, or even a fire.
There was a lot of excitement in NVIDIA’s booth at Autodesk University in LA this week with the launch of the Quadro RTX 4000 graphics board. Rounding out the Quadro RTX line-up, the Quadro RTX 4000 is NVIDIA’s first mid-range, single-slot professional GPU powered by the NVIDIA Turing architecture and the NVIDIA RTX platform.
With the introduction of the Quadro RTX 4000, NVIDIA is bringing the power of realtime photorealistic ray tracing rendering to a wider range of architects, artists, developers, designers and engineers worldwide. Visitors to the NVIDIA booth at AU were able to see first hand the incredible application performance of the Quadro RTX 4000 as they experienced a realtime, immersive BIM walkthrough. By deploying the Enscape3D plugin and putting on an HMD, they could step inside a full-scale Autodesk Revit model and make changes in realtime.
Hailed as the world’s first ray tracing GPU and powered by the NVIDIA Turing™ architecture, the new Quadro RTX GPUs have garnered positive attention from the press, industry experts and the creative and technical community. As the first Quadro RTX 6000 and Quadro RTX 5000 boards get ready to ship to customers, we are proud to announce they were selected for DE Editor’s coveted Pick of the Week.
See why Digital Engineering (DE) Editor’s selected the NVIDIA Quadro RTX GPUs from PNY Technologies as their Pick of the Week.
According to Anthony J. Lockwood, Editor at Large, DE, “the RTX family seems as honed as present technology gets for manufacturing and scientific visualization, virtual environments, photorealistic real-time rendering, AI-enabled development and anything else you hurl at your workstation.
Topics: Digital Engineering, Pick of the Week, DE EPOW, Quadro RTX, NVIDIA Quadro, Real-time ray tracing, Accelerate your workflow, Workflow, NVIDIA VR Technologies, PNYPRO, NVIDIA, PNY, rtx 6000, rtx 5000