There is a lot of noise out there, so how do you find the right NVIDIA® Quadro® professional graphics solution to meet your needs? At PNY, we understand that extensive research needs to be done before you can determine the right NVIDIA GPU for your use case. From our on-line configurator, white papers, product reviews and engaging in-depth webinars, PNY provides many tools on our website that will ensure you get the right NVIDIA professional graphics solution to accelerate your workflow.
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With SIGGRAPH 2019 just a few days away, we are packing our bags and are getting ready for an exciting week in LA! If you are coming to SIGGRAPH 2019 make sure you visit PNY’s booth #1103, there are many treats in store.
At the PNY booth you will see how NVIDIA® Quadro® RTX™ Powered Workstations and NVIDIA RTX Servers combine the latest advances in AI for graphics and real-time ray tracing with NVIDIA’s most powerful GPUs – NVIDIA Quadro RTX– to accelerate and enhance every stage of the creative and design process.
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Lionel Scharly, from SCHARLY DESIGNER STUDIO in New York, recently won the NVIDIA Quadro P4000 in our PNY/ANSYS joint webinar raffle back in May. We followed up with Lionel to find out how the Quadro P4000 had improved his workflow and affected his Studio. Read his responses to our questions below:
How did you feel when you received notification that you had won the Quadro P4000 in the PNY Webinar Raffle?
It was surprising and came just at the time when we were looking to improve our Architectural Renderings and Virtual Reality solutions.
As a market leader in technology information for design engineering teams, Digital Engineering’s focus is on cutting-edge editorial content to help design engineering teams discover, evaluate and specify the technologies and processes that shorten the design cycle and enable optimal designs. It is not surprising that in the current June Issue there are three articles featuring NVIDIA Quadro GPUs and how they are making a difference to design workflows.
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Combining ground breaking technologies like real-time ray tracing, AI, advanced shading and simulation, all in in a single slot form factor, the NVIDIA Quadro RTX 4000 brings a whole new level of efficiency and productivity for your SOLIDWORKS design workflow.
The rendering performance of Quadro RTX combined with SOLIDWORKS Visualize makes it even easier to import models from SOLIDWORKS and support realistic, physically based materials, lighting and environments — all on a user-friendly interface.
With the Quadro RTX 4000 GPU, SOLIDWORKS 2019 delivers a major graphics performance boost. Taking advantage of real-time ray tracing and AI denoising users can now produce instant photorealistic images with SOLIDWORKS Visualize. Quadro RTX 4000 enables lightning fast view manipulation for large assemblies, dynamic view operations are dramatically faster, and users see full model detail and fewer dropped frames with no stutter or jitter when rotating large models.
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As Brian Albright points out in his article for Digital Engineering on Superworkstations, the introduction of new multi-core CPUs, ultra-fast GPUs and terabytes of memory has made it possible for designers to now handle real-time simulation, rendering, virtual reality applications and complex data science on a desktop engineering workstation. The only draw back is the budget. In his article Albright interviews PNY, NVIDIA and other workstation experts to determine where it makes sense to invest your IT budget based on your workflow.
Having spent over seven years at Psyop, LA in roles including CG Supervisor and VFX Supervisor, Johnathan Iwata is no stranger to the demands that creating production-ready renders places on a workstation. In this article Iwata puts the NVIDIA Quadro RTX 6000 through its paces and reveals how this professional GPU improves the performance and efficiency of his workflow.
Now available as a public beta, Autodesk Arnold 5.3 gives artists a first look at Autodesk’s Quadro RTX accelerated rendering software. From look development to lighting, RTX-based GPU acceleration brings fluid interactivity and unprecedented speed to rendering workflows, reducing interations and time from inspiration to finished image.
“We’ve worked closely with NVIDIA to optimize Arnold GPU to run on the latest RTX technology, and look forward to continuing to collaborate to bring our customers the highest quality rendering.” Said Chris Vienneau, Senior Director, Media & Entertainment Products, Autodesk.
At PNY PRO we are always excited to see and share the spectacular designs our customers create using NVIDIA graphics boards. To celebrate the launch of the latest RTX GPUs from NVIDIA, we are inviting our talented creators to participate in the new RTX for Creators contest, which offers the chance to win an NVIDIA Quadro GPU. We will share some of the entries received throughout the contest on our web site. To enter the contest or view examples of creations submitted, visit: www.pny.com/creators
PNY PRO is challenging all NVIDIA users to create a visually compelling design using at least one 3D software modeling and rendering application. All participants can upload up to three images/videos of their original work; the images should be at least FHD (1080p) 1920 x 1080 resolution. The RTX Creators Contest will run until June 30, 2019 and the wining entry will receive an NVIDIA Quadro P2000.
As a PC enthusiast, I love pitting hardware solutions against each other to determine their relative performance when completing a particular task. This process is also known as “Benchmarking.” Benchmarking results are usually considered the best tool to evaluate the merits of competing systems when making a purchase decision.
In this 3-part blog series, we’ll discuss how to build a system, with an emphasis on benchmarking GPU performance for Deep Learning using Ubuntu 18.04, NVIDIA GPU Cloud (NGC) and TensorFlow.
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