Nvidia has announced a range of Pascal-based Quadro GPUs. These GPUs will be used for deep learning and VR content workflows. This new product will surely transform desktop workstations into supercomputers. These will unleash the power for professional workflows across many industries.
- The newly announced Pascal based Quadro graphics will help push the strongest mobile workstation.
- These Quadro GPUs will grant the tower workstations to create photorealistic renders faster than ever. Pascal-based Quadro GPUs will unify simulation and explore deep learning.
- These are capable of building massive digital design and cost effective configurations.
Workflow in design, Engineering, and other various fields are striving to meet the growth. They are looking for virtual reality and deep learning technologies. To fulfill these requirements, NVIDIA has launched these super-fast GPUs. The new Pascal-based Quadro GPUs will streamline design and simulation workflows. These new GPUs will give the double performance in comparison to its previous generation.
NVIDIA aim to the growing size and complexity of the data sets required for day to day workflows. The company points to fields ranging from artificial intelligence to photorealistic CAD. Company officials announced that these new products allow users to carry out simulations, design and high-performance number on a single workstation.
As per the company officials, the Quadro GP100 transforms the average desktop workstation with the power of a supercomputer. This is similar to the Tesla P100 accelerator launched last year. This provides double-precision performance, with over 20 Teraflops of power. The Quadro GP100 sports with 16GB of ultra-high-speed ECC HBM2 memory. Now users can pair two cards together using an implementation of its server-oriented NVLink connector interface. NVLink will enable the two cards to pool memory for maximum 32GB of addressable space.
Further, the Quadro P4000, P2000, P1000, P600 and P400 models provide performance according to the user’s needs. These will connect with the already announced Pascal-based Quadro P6000 and P5000 cards. The Quadro GP100 and P4000 are nested with ‘VR Ready’ and can support up to four simultaneous 5K HDR displays. Maximum 32 4K displays can be run from a single workstation using eight Quadro P4000 cards. Low-end products sports coolers and low-profile designs. These are more suitable for server enclosures.
VR has had a huge impact on the AEC industry. This evolved as an important part of design, planning, and building. Quadro Pascal will give assistance to all the HP Z Desktop Workstations portfolio. This will allow HP’s professional users to push their creative boundaries in the product. GP100 will provide benefits to the customers in industries. This card will empower design and manufacturing which requires extreme compute capability for larger datasets.
Although the company has not given any clue for pricing yet. These all cards are more likely to be available in March. These are expected to arrive in workstations from partners including HP, Lenovo, Dell, and Fujitsu. Cards may come as standalone products from PNY, Elsa and Leadtek in different parts of the world.