NVIDIA Launches New Quadro GPU K5000 for the professional sector
In late March this year, launched its first Nvidia GPUs aimed at desktop users based on their architecture Kepler , for two months after announcing its GPUs aimed at servers and supercomputers Tesla K10 also based on Kepler . Nvidia today announced its new Quadro GPUs based on Kepler.
The first Quadro gpu core based on kepler GK104 (the same used in the GeForce GTX 690/680/670 and Tesla K10) is officially called Quadro K5000 and will arrive in October this year, in December optionally be provided by the cGPU Tesla K20 , both products will work together with technology Maximus 2.0, thanks to which intensive graphics are handled by the GPU Quadro K5000 while the Tesla cGPU K20 will pay calculations GPU accelerated computing.
Quadro K5000 consists of a graphics core and has 1536 GK104 Kepler shader processors running at 700MHz (frequency much lower than the 1006/1110 GPU GeForce GTX 680), to be focused on professional graphics where stability and the graphics quality take precedence over any other factor, the Quadro GPUs (like the Tesla cGPUs) lack the GPU Boost technology. The GPU is equipped with 4GB of GDDR5 graphics memory with ecc 256-bit bus running at 1350MHz (5400MHz effective).
Other features we support up to four displays (2xDVI + 2xDisplayPort 1.2), support PCI Express 3.0 and a TDP of 122W. Video cards based on the Quadro GPU K5000 will have an MSRP of $2249.
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