NVIDIA has announced four new Kepler-based Quadro professional graphics cards aimed at the volume market versus the specialist one that is targeted by the high-end Quadro K5000 card. The four new cards are the Quadro K600, K2000, K2000D and K4000. The Quadro K2000D is a variant of the K2000 that supports Dual DVI with a pair of such connectors as well as a Mini DisplayPort.
With the release of these four new professional graphics cards, NVIDIA aims to flesh out the entire Kepler-based Quadro stack, with the high-end Quadro K5000 at the top, with the new cards targeting the volume market of professional users.
Besides expanding the range of cards, the 2nd generation of its workstation platform, NVIDIA Maximus, has been updated to support these new cards. This means that the announced cards can be paired with a Tesla K20 GPU. The Maximus set of software and drivers is able to transparently and automatically assign visualization, simulation or rendering work to the right GPU.