PNY and NVIDIA recently began shipping the ultra high-end Quadro GP100 graphics board. Compared to previous generations of Quadro graphic boards, the Quadro GP100 runs much faster and provides mixed precision processing capabilities. The new GP100 GPU has 3,584 CUDA cores with HBM2 memory delivering faster performance in single precision along with double precision processing.
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.
NVIDIA® Quadro® GP100 excels at a capability to run both compute and graphics tasks, allowing users to run demanding simulations and create complex 3D models at the same time.
GP100 is targeted for professionals who need extremely high levels of compute and visualization performance. Solutions within Manufacturing, Media & Entertainment, Medical, AEC, Scientific Visualization, HPC, and AI/deep learning segments are examples but many other use case scenarios can be realized as well.
NVIDIA Quadro GP100 Pascal GPU floating point hardware provides the FP64 (5.2 TFLOPS), FP32 (10.3 TFLOPS and FP16 (20.7 TFLOPS) performance required for demanding compute, simulation, AI and deep learning applications.
Exxact has developed the NVLink DevBox, featuring an Intel© Core™ i7 or Xeon™ E5-2600/1600 v3/v4 processor and NVIDIA Quadro GP100 GPUs to harness this technology into a powerful and versatile workstation.
New NVIDIA® Quadro® products, all based on NVIDIA’s Pascal™ architecture, transform desktop workstations into supercomputers with breakthrough capabilities for professional workflows across many industries. Visitors to the NVIDIA booth #628 will experience these new NVIDIA Quadro Pascal GPUs powering the most demanding CAD workflows from physically based rendering to virtual reality.