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Digital Engineering April 5, 2017
In this article Digital Engineering reviews and benchmarks three of the latest NVIDIA Quadro professional graphics cards based on NVIDIA’s Pascal GPU architecture: NVIDIA Quadro P5000, P4000, and P2000.
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Three New NVIDIA Boards Span Mid-Range to Ultra-High-End
The new NVIDIA Quadro P-series will eventually include a total of eight cards, ranging from the ultra-high-end P6000 and P5000 announced last summer, to the high-end P4000, the mid-range P2000 and P1000, and the entry-level P600 and P400. The company also launched Quadro GP100, a specialty high-performance computing board capable of 64-, 32- and 16-bit floating point calculations.
The recently launched line up of NVIDIA® Quadro® Pascal-based GPUs, led by the uniquely compute enabled ultra-high-end GP100, are now available for order. Designed to streamline Manufacturing, Computation, Visualization, Simulation, AI/Deep Learning development and VR Workflows NVIDIA’s new Quadro Pascal architecture graphic boards are capable of transforming desktop workstations into supercomputers.