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.
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The new NVIDIA® Quadro® P4000 combines the latest Pascal™ GPU architecture with VR Ready optimizations and DisplayPort 1.4 to drive 4K, 5K and 8K HDR displays or HMDs to deliver amazingly lifelike graphics, alongside the FP32 compute performance required for demanding physically based rendering tasks available in a single slot professional graphics board solution.
As professional workflows grow in size and complexity, the demand for visual compute power grows with it. The P4000 enables users to create large, complex designs, render detailed photorealistic imagery, and create convincingly detailed immersive VR experiences.
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.