NVIDIA Also Preparing GK110-Based Quadro K6000

Published: 4th Mar 2013, 11:45 GMT

NVIDIA Quadro K5000 (1)

According to ArabPCWorld, NVIDIA is not yet done with the new cards based on GK110 GPU. As it turns out, the company is also preparing a 13-SMX version for the Quadro Series.

The new addition to the professional GPU market is supposedly called Quadro K6000 and it would feature the same GPU as the Tesla K20 and recently launched GeForce Titan. The K6000 would only have 13 Streaming Multiprocessors, which would hold 2496 CUDA cores. It would also make a use of 320-bit interface. The specification suggest this is a very similar card to Tesla K20. In terms of clock speeds it could have a similar specification. Nothing else was said, apart from the possible launch date. The Quadro K6000 could be shown at the GTC 2013, which starts on March 18th. I would say, if anyone is to present the new card that would be NVIDIA’s CEO, so expect the new Quadro to be shown during his Keynote, which is on Tuesday 19th.

 GK110 Based Cards Tesla K20XGeForce Titan Tesla K20Quadro K6000
Processors 2688 2688 24962496
Core Clock 732MHz837/876 MHz 706MHz
Memory Clock 5.2GHz GDDR5 6GHz GDDR5 5.2GHz GDDR5
Memory Bus Width 384-bit 384-bit 320-bit320-bit
VRAM 6GB 6GB 5GB
TDP 235W 250W 225W

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