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3 More Nvidia Quadro GPUs Introduced For Professional VR Market

Nvidia released the GTX 10 series GPUs and we also saw the Nvidia Quadro P6000.

We saw the benchmarks of this GPU against the Titan X and I have to say that the performance is amazing but for the price you are paying for the performance, I would not say that it is great value for money but then again it is not supposed to be a GPU for gamers.

3 new Nvidia Quadro GPUs have been introduced and we are going to talk about them here.

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Nvidia Quadro GPUs: P5000, P4000, GP100

The P5000 is a professional GPU aimed at the VR market. It is designed to give optimal visuals when it comes to streamlining workflows. This GPU is great for 3D medical imaging recon and seismic exploration.

The P4000 is best suited for 3D CAD models, advanced DCC and medical imaging.  The GP100 is designed for the most intensive rendering applications in mind. Which are as follows:

  • Adobe CC Premier Pro
  • After Effects
  • Autodesk Maya
  • 3ds Max
  • Nuke

As of right now, we do not know the pricing for these Nvidia Quadro GPUs. We expect these GPUs to come out in March 2017. The same time month AMD Ryzen and the Nintendo Switch are releasing in.

March should be a very busy month indeed to tech enthusiasts around the world.

Nvidia Quadro GPUs

Nvidia Quadro GP 100 Specifications

The specifications of the Nvidia Quadro GP100 are as follows:

  • GPU Architecture: Pascal
  • CUDA FP 32 Cores: 3584
  • CUDA FP 64 Cores: 1792
  • Memory Capacity: 16 GB HBM2
  • FP 16 Performance: 20 TFLOPS
  • FP 32 Performance: 10 TFLOPS
  • FP 64 Performance: 5 TFLOPS
  • Display Connectors: 4x DP 1.4 + 1x DVI
  • Display Support: 4 x 4096X2160@120Hz / 4 x 5120X2880@60Hz
  • VR Ready: Yes

Nvidia Quadro P4000 Specifications

The NVIDIA Quadro P4000 has the following features:

  • GPU Architecture: Pascal
  • CUDA Cores: 1792
  • Memory Capacity: 8 GB GDDR5
  • Display Connectors: 4x DP 1.4
  • Display Support: 4 x 4096X2160@120Hz / 4 x 5120X2880@60Hz
  • VR Ready: Yes

Let us know what you think about the Nvidia Quadro GPUs.