Nvidia Quadro P6000: full-GP102 (3840CC) and 24GB GDDR5X - Bits and Chips Skin ADV
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After the release of the new Titan X, NVIDIA has disclosed the new Quadro P6000, based on the same GPU. This card is dedicated to the professional market (Graphic Workstation) and it use the fully unlocked GP102 (471 mm2) chip: 3840 CUDA Core instead of 3584CC. Even the VRAM is increased: 24GB of GDDR5X instead of 12GB.



The card is equipped with four DP 1.4 ports and one DVI Dual-Link port. It can handle up to four 5K monitors @60Hz. It supports the following APIs: DX12, Vulkan, OGL, OCL and, of course, CUDA. Last, but not the least, it integrates a HEVC/H.264 @ 10/12bit decoder.

It will be available during October. The price will be disclosed during the next weeks.


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Tags: gp102 , p6000 , pascal , quadro , titan

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