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Tuesday, March 05, 2013
NVIDIA Introduces New Quadro K4000, K2000, K2000D, And K600


NVIDIA today unveiled a range of new Kepler-based Quadro professional graphics products that promise to offer high workstation performance and capabilities for professionals.

The new lineup includes the NVIDIA Quadro K4000, K2000, K2000D and K600 models.

The Quadro K4000 is a high-end card that delivers ultra-fast performance for graphics-intensive applications. It has 3GB of onboard memory, multi-monitor support and stereo capability in a single-slot configuration.

The K2000 is a midrange card. It comes with 2GB of onboard memory to hold large models and multi-monitor support.

A variant of the Quadro K2000, the Quadro K2000D natively supports two dual-link DVI display connectors for interfacing with ultra-high-resolution medical imaging displays.

Finally, the NVIDIA Quadro K600 is an entry-level card equipped with 1GB of onboard memory. It comes in a low-profile design for usage flexibility.

The new cards expand the Quadro technology family -- which includes Quadro K5000, Quadro K5000 for Mac, and the complete Quadro mobile workstation product lineup.

Features include:

- Next-generation streaming multiprocessor engine (SMX), delivering up to 50 percent faster visualization performance and twice the compute horsepower of previous-generation products.
- Larger, faster onboard GPU memory.
- Exclusive NVIDIA FXAA (fast approximate anti-aliasing) and NVIDIA TXAA (temporal anti-aliasing) technologies.
- Support for up to four displays from a single card.
- NVIEW Desktop Management Software for multi-display setups through window management, virtual desktops and application management.
- Scale-up computation using the second generation NVIDIA Maximus platform, which pairs the Quadro card with an NVIDIA Tesla K20 GPU compute card.
- Easily scale applications to higher resolution using NVIDIA Mosaic technology, which combines up to 16 displays as a single large display.

Available now, the new NVIDIA Quadro products have estimated U.S. retail pricing as follows: Quadro K4000, $1,269; Quadro K2000 and Quadro K2000D, $599; Quadro K600, $199.





  Quadro K5000 Quadro K4000 Quadro K2000 Quadro K600
Stream Processors 1536 768 384 192
Texture Units 128 64 32 16
ROPs 32 24 16 16
Core Clock ~700MHz ~800MHz ~950MHz ~875MHz
Memory Clock 5.4GHz GDDR5 5.6GHz GDDR5 4GHz GDDR5 1.8GHz DDR3?
Memory Bus Width 256-bit 192-bit 128-bit 128-bit?
Frame Buffer 4GB 3GB 2GB 1GB
FP64 1/24 FP32 1/24 FP32 1/24 FP32 1/24 FP32
Max Power 122W 80W 51W 41W
GPU GK104 GK106 GK107 GK107
Architecture Kepler Kepler Kepler Kepler
Transistors 3.5B 2.54B 1.3B 1.3B
Manufacturing Process TSMC 28nm TSMC 28nm TSMC 28nm TSMC 28nm
MSRP $2,249 $1,269 $599 $199


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