According to Hermitage Akihabara NVIDIA will release a new line of Quadro graphics cards next week.
It is said that NVIDIA might announce Quadro Kx2 series on August 12th (Tuesday). This is the same day that exhibitions start at SIGGRAPH 2014, so if I were to judge where the announcement would be made, that would be a perfect place.
Hermitage only confirmed our speculation from previous post, that Quadro Kx2 series are still mostly based on Kepler, so there are no new Maxwell parts this time. There is a reason to believe that K620 and K2200 will sport GM107, but that is unconfirmed as of yet. According to them, NVIDIA might also launch GeForce GT 720 for retail market.
New Quadro series are basically the same cards with doubled memory. We are still trying to confirm the specs, but the basic information is listed below:
- NVIDIA Quadro K420 2GB (GK107)
- NVIDIA Quadro K620 2GB (GM107)
- NVIDIA Quadro K2200 4GB (GM107)
- NVIDIA Quadro K4200 6GB (GK104)
- NVIDIA Quadro K5200 8GB (GK110)
This list lacks Quadro K6000 successor. It is said that Quadro K6200, or that that point M6200, would be Maxwell based, and released later this year.
Source: Hermitage Akihabara