NVIDIA Pascal Quadro P2000, P3000, P5000 Details Revealed [VIDEO]By Mark Stevens Peterson, UniversityHerald Reporter
With the release of the latest NVIDIA Quadro GPUs on the market today, details of P2000, P4000, and P5000 were revealed recently on its official website. While other popular GPUs are used mostly for high-end PC gaming, the Quadro GPUs are used for high-quality rendering in industries like architecture.
NVIDIA Pascal Quadro P2000 Details
The NVIDIA Pascal Quadro P2000 is a smaller GPU card in physical size, but it packs a lot in terms of power. It has a process of 16nm, has shaders of 1024, a rated clock speed of 1470 MHz, a compute performance of 3.0 TFLOPS, and a market price of $599 only. It also has a tiny cooler and fan work to cool the maximum of 75W that his card can draw from a desktop, according to the official website of NVIDIA.
NVIDIA Pascal Quadro P4000 Details
For the NVIDIA Pascal Quadro P4000, its design is longer compared to the P2000 with a card size of 9.5 inches. It has a process of 16nm, has shaders of 1792, a slightly higher rated clock speed of 1480 MHz, a memory width of 256-bit, and a compute performance of a notably higher 5.3 TFLOPS. It also has a market price of $900, which is understandable due to its higher specifications, PC Perspective reported.
NVIDIA Pascal Quadro P5000 Details
The NVIDIA Pascal Quadro P5000 has similarities with the design of the GTX 1080, and it is also packed with serious processing power. It has the same 16nm process, has shaders of 2560, a rated clock speed of 1730 MHz, 256-bit memory width, a large compute performance of 8.9 TFLOPS, and an expensive price tag of $2,000. The video outputs for this GPU are a bit tweaked compared to the consumer version, and it also has four Display Port connectors and one Dual-Link DVI connector.
Multimedia Technology Appointed As Master Distributor For NVIDIA Quadro
In other related news, Multimedia Technology recently announced that they have been appointed as master distributor for NVIDIA Quadro in Australia and New Zealand. Leadtek, an authorized partner of NVIDIA professional graphics cards in the Asia Pacific region, will be supplying them with the recently released range of Quadro products, Channel Life reported.
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