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Nvidia Quadro M6000 Boosts Graphics Performance

April 11th, 2015 Posted in News Roundup By SVG Staff

The Nvidia (Booth S116LMR) Quadro M6000 graphics card offers 12 GB of GPU memory, 7.0 teraflops of peak single-precision performance, support for up to four 4K displays, and the power efficiency of the company’s Maxwell architecture.

The M6000 is designed to provide 30% faster performance, on average, across a range of professional applications, including 2.4X faster ray tracing and 36-bit color support for high-dynamic range displays.

Paired with the newly announced Nvidia Iray 2015, the Quadro M6000 provides high-level visual realism and interactivity in a design workflow while more than doubling rendering speed.

With eight M6000s in the newly upgraded Quadro Visual Computing Appliance (VCA), designers can visualize higher-resolution models interactively with a high level of photorealism. And stacking multiple VCAs in a data center provides scalable rendering power when and where it’s needed.

Another addition to the Quadro family is the K1200 fast graphics card specifically designed for small workstations.

The Quadro M6000 and K1200 are available now.

The Quadro M6000 can be seen in Nvidia-powered demos in more than 70 partner booths, including Adobe, Blackmagic Design, Brainstorm, HP, Open Drives, Red Digital Cinema, SGO, WSI, and Vizrt.