NVIDIA Introduces Quadro P6000 with 24GB gddr5x

Jul

25

2016

Nvidia has announced two new graphics cards for the business market. The Quadro P6000 and P5000 are equipped with Pascal GPU and feature Nvidia respectively, 24GB and 16GB gddr5x.

Pascal GPU in the performance of the Quadro P6000 for the P100 GPU with full 3840 Cudacores are activated, like the Tesla P100 accelerator later this year should appear . Nvidia combines the card with 24GB gddr5x. Gddr5x’s memory with higher bandwidth than GDDR5 from 10 to 14Gbit / s, double that of regular GDDR5 memory. The P6000 has four DisplayPort 1.4 interfaces and dual-link DVI, which according to Nvidia 5k four screens at 60Hz need to be controlled.

The Quadro P5000 has to do with a GP104 GPU with 2560 cudacores. The GPU can have 16GB vram, but again it comes to fast gddr5x. Also this card has four display ports and dual-link DVI. The housing of the cards is almost identical to that of its predecessors, the M6000 and M5000, and that of the PCI-E versions of the Tesla P100. The P6000 The M6000 soon follows: the card was in March unveiled .

Nvidia gives the Quadro cards support DirectX 12, Vulkan, OpenGL, OpenCL and Nvidia’s own CUDA. In addition, a video engine supports decoding hevc- and h264 video on 10bit and 12bit. The Quadro’s would 8bits 4k images can render 120Hz and 240Hz and 8k video at 30Hz. Two 4K streams simultaneously render at 60Hz would also belong to the opportunity, writes Heisenberg, which at time of writing the only media writes about the cards. The introduction of the Quadro cards with Pascal GPU was already expected at the Siggraph trade show for graphics professionals. Possibly Nvidia brings in the course of Monday more information to the outside.

The Quadro P6000 and P5000 appear in October this year. The Quadro are aimed at the business market and Nvidia ensures driver optimizations in the professional range, including for Autocad.

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