NVIDIA has unveiled a new member of its family of professional graphics cards, the Quadro M6000 that stands out for a whopping 24 GB of dedicated RAM. Still based on the Maxwell GM200 chip architecture, the M6000 it makes the most and provides a huge amount of memory to support up to four screens UltraHD resolution.
The M6000 is equipped modified to make the most of Maxwell GM200 chip architecture. So, has 3,072 CUDA Cores, 192 TMUs, 96 ROPs and 348-bit GDDR5 bus to handle 24 GB of memory installed on the graphics, double the GTX Titan-X brand. According to NVIDIA, the M6000 is able to handle up to 7 Tflop / s in floating point calculations of single precision. As you will have noticed, the M6000 is basically a Titan-X with double the memory and logically with certain technologies aimed at professional level rather than the Gaming.
For example, the NVIDIA Quadro M6000 lacks HDMI 2.0 video output, and instead incorporates four video outputs DisplayPort 1.2, supporting a total of four Ultra HD resolution screens each. It also keeps the DL-DVI connector and NVIDIA will sell with the option of replacing it with a 3D stereoscopic optional connector.
It also features nView multidisplay technology that allows you to create flexible configurations connected monitors, support NVIDIA GPUDirect providing better access to the graphics memory for multi GPU systems, and generally supports all modern graphics APIs such as DirectX 12 and OpenGL 4.5, plus computing capacity CUDA, OpenCL and DirectCompute.
NVIDIA has not revealed what the release date of this Quadro M6000 nor its price, but you know how it goes, if the graphics NVIDIA desktop are already sovereignly faces, which are for professional level typically cost the triple or even more
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