NVIDIA Announces New Lineup of Kepler-Based Quadro Graphics Cards

Main Objectives of the New Quadro Range of Cards


Main Objectives of the New Quadro Range of Cards

The new range of Quadro cards aims to maximize performance with a broad range of application suites that are used extensively in the manufacturing and electrical industries. These cards are certified and guaranteed to work over 200 such applications, as well as to accelerate their performance by leveraging on the new features of the Kepler GPU in terms of its support for bindless textures, its SMX architecture that sports more CUDA cores, and its dedicated H.264 encoder.

The new Kepler Quadro family of cards. (Image Source: NVIDIA)

Enhanced Visual Workspace

The cards support up to four displays to expand the workspace of the professional user with compromising image quality due to their support for cinematic-quality visual output with FXAA/TXAA with DisplayPort 1.2. The cards also feature NVIDIA nView for desktop management.

Reliable Performance; Cost-Effective Performance

The cards have been tested for reliability with hardware vendors and coupled with NVIDIA support for new driver releases, the professional users can be assured of reliable performance of their hardware investments in the form of these new Quadro cards. As a matter of fact, NVIDIA has claimed the exponential gains experienced from investing in the higher-end Quadro cards like the K4000 and K5000.

The orange line graphs show the exponential gains in the tests scores against the cost of ownership of the cards. (Image Source: NVIDIA)


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