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Quadro P6000 and P5000 are out

by on25 July 2016

GPUs for business

Nvidia is about to formally announce its two new graphics cards for the business market – the Quadro P6000 and P5000.

Both have Pascal GPUs.  The 6000 has a 24GB gddr5x  and P5000 has16GB. The Quadro P6000 is based around the P100 GPU with a full 3840 Cudacores activated. Like the Tesla P100 Accelerator, the product will be available later this year. The P6000 has four DisplayPort 1.4 interfaces and dual-link DVI, which according to Nvidia 5k four screens at 60Hz can be controlled.

The Quadro P5000 has been fitted with the GP104 GPU with 2560 cuda cores. The GPU will have 16GB vram, but again it comes with gddr5x. The card has four display ports and dual-link DVI.

Quadro cards support DirectX 12, Vulkan, OpenGL, OpenCL and Nvidia's own CUDA. The video engine supports decoding hevc- and h264 video on 10bit and 12bit. The Quadros would handle 4k images at 120Hz and 240Hz and even 8k video at 30Hz. The Quadro P6000 and P5000 will appear in October this year. The Quadro cards are aimed at the business market and Nvidia ensures driver optimizations in the professional range, including for Autocad.

Last modified on 25 July 2016
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