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.
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.
The most powerful single-slot width board ever offered by NVIDIA, the Quadro P4000 combines the latest GPU architecture and display technologies, enabling you to create large and complex CAD models, render stunning photo-realistic imagery, and realize detailed, lifelike VR experiences.
Virtual reality requires the highest performance graphics to deliver the smoothest, most immersive experiences. With 8 GB GDDR5X memory capacity and 1792 Pascal CUDA cores which generate up to 5.3 TFLOPS of FP32 single precision compute performance, the Quadro P4000 professional graphics card delivers next-generation technology and noticeably better bandwidth to increase throughput, reduce latency and create a more mind-blowing visual experience.
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