NVIDIA announces Quadro M2000 with GM206 GPU and 4GB RAM

Published: Apr 19th 2016, 13:28 GMT

Today NVIDIA announces new Quadro Maxwell graphics card based on GM206 GPU.

NVIDIA Quadro M2000

NVIDIA Quadro M2000 (2)

The new Quadro is essentially a GeForce GTX 950 for professional use. It has 768 CUDA cores with compute performance up to 1.8 TFLOPs. This card replaces Quadro K2200, which has 640 CUDA cores and peak performance of 1.3 TFLOPs.

New card also features higher memory bandwidth of 106 GB/s compared to 80 GB/s of K2200. Speaking of memory, this card has 4GB GDDR5 modules across 128-bit interface. It fits under 75W power requirements, so just like the low-power version of GTX 950 it does not need any additional power connectors.

NVIDIA Quadro M2000 has four DisplayPort 1.2 for 4K/5K and 8K content. According to ComputerBase this card will retail as 569 EUR.

NVIDIA Quadro Maxwell
Quadro M6000Quadro M5000Quadro M4000Quadro M2000
GPU *GM200GM204GM204GM206
CUDA Cores3,0722,0481,664768
Boost Clock *~ 1,150 MHz MHz~ 1050 MHz~ 800 MHz~ 1,180 MHz
FP32 Compute Performance7.0 TFLOPS4.3 TFLOPS2.6 TFLOPS1.8 TFLOPS
Memory Size12 GB / 24 GB8GB8GB4 GB
Memory Clock *3,300 MHz3,300 MHz3,000 MHz3,305 MHz
Memory Bus384 bit256 bit256 bit128 bit
Memory Bandwidth317 GB / s211 GB / s192 GB / s106 GB / s
Board Power250 Watt150 Watt120 Watt75 Watt

* No official statement

The Perfect Balance of Superb Performance, Compelling Features, and Compact Form Factor.

Delivering incredible creative experiences across a broad range of professional 3D applications. This advanced graphics card features an NVIDIA Maxwell™- based GPU, plus 4 GB of ultra-fast on-board memory and the power to drive four 4K displays natively. This makes it an excellent choice for accelerating product development and content creation workflows that demand fluid interactivity with complex models and scenes. Creative professionals can tap into this increased performance—as well as hardware HEVC encode and decode engines—to accelerate both creation and playback of HEVC content.

Quadro cards are certified with a broad range of sophisticated professional applications, tested by leading workstation manufacturers, and backed by a global team of support specialists. This gives you the peace of mind to focus on doing your best work. Whether you’re developing revolutionary products or telling spectacularly vivid visual stories, Quadro gives you the performance to do it brilliantly. — NVIDIA

NVIDIA Quadro M2000 (1)nvidia_quadro_m2000_top

via: ComputerBase

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