NVIDIA Announces 2nd Gen Maximus Technology

Benefits of Kepler Architecture (Quadro K5000)


Benefits of Kepler Architecture (Quadro K5000)

With the introduction of Kepler architecture technology to the 2nd generation of NVIDIA Maximus platform, the company has brought its performance and efficiency directly to professionals who need such visualization and computation capabilities in a single system. The Quadro K5000 is the graphical processing hub of the Maximus system and its key features include many of those found on the desktop class GeForce 6 series such as the following:-

Bindless Textures

With Bindless Textures, texture shaders are able to reference over 1 million textures directly in memory to enable vastly more different materials and richer texture detail in rendered scenes, while reducing CPU overheads.


The Quadro K5000 is able to support FXAA/TXAA for cinematic anti-aliasing (AA) effects that are on par with 8x anti-aliasing. Such rich visual effects are achieved with lesser overheads than the traditional AA techniques.


The multi-display capabilities of the Kepler GPU on a single NVIDIA Quadro K5000 graphics card.

With its updated display engines, a single Quadro K5000 is capable to driving up to four displays. Coupled with NVIDIA's Quadro Sync and Quadro Mosaic, its video output capabilities can be expanded to projectors for large format display requirements.

In a system with a pair of Quadro K5000 graphics cards, the display output from the pair can be scaled up to eight projectors for a 32MPixel display. 

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