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Nvidia announces a new lineup of Pascal-based Quadro GPUs

Nvidia announces a new lineup of Pascal-based Quadro GPUs

Nvidia announces a new lineup of Pascal-based Quadro GPUs

Nvidia announces a new lineup of Pascal-based Quadro GPUs

 
Nvidia has announced a new lineup of Pascal-based Quadro GPUs, including their new P100 GPU which features 16GB of HBM2 memory. 
 
At Solidworks World, Nvidia will be showcasing all of their new Quadro GPUs, including the GP100, the P4000, P2000, P1000, P600 and the P200. Many of these new GPUs will replace older Maxwell and Kepler GPUs in the Nvidia Quadro lineup, making all of Nvidia's new Quadro cards Pascal-based.  
 
 

  

Nvidia announces a new lineup of Pascal-based Quadro GPUs

 

Please note that Nvidia's GP100 supports NV-link, using a new SLI-finger like solution at the top of the GPU. The GP100 will support two-way NV-link support using two of these new connections, allowing workstations to use two GP100 GPUs for a combined 32GB of HBM2 memory. 

 

  • Unify simulation, HPC, rendering and design - The GP100 combines unprecedented double precision performance(2) with 16GB of high-bandwidth memory (HBM2) so users can conduct simulations during the design process and gather realistic multiphysics simulations faster than ever before. Customers can combine two GP100 GPUs with NVLink technology and scale to 32GB of HBM2 to create a massive visual computing solution on a single workstation.

  
Nvidia announces a new lineup of Pascal-based Quadro GPUs  Nvidia announces a new lineup of Pascal-based Quadro GPUs

 

Nvidia's new flagship Quadro GPU is the GP100, which is based on the GP100 GPU core and uses 16GB of HBM2 memory. When looking at specifications Nvidia's GP100 and P6000 offer very similar specifications, with the GP100 offering fewer CUDA cores but much faster HBM2 memory.  On the other hand, the P6000 also offers more theoretical compute performance and more VRAM with a total of 24GB of GDDR5X memory.   

Below are the specifications of Nvidia's new Pascal Quadro lineup, 

 

Nvidia Quadro Pascal GPUs
 P400P600P1000P2000P4000P5000P6000GP100
GPU Core14nm GP10714nm GP10714nm GP10716nm GP10616nm GP10416nm GP10416nm GP10216nm GP100
CUDA Cores25638464010241792256038403584
Boost Clock1170MHz1430MHz1400MHz1470MHz1480MHz1733MHz1530MHz>1395MHz
FP32 Compute0.6 TFLOPs1.1 TFLOPs1.8 TFLOPs3.0 TFLOPs5.3 TFLOPs9.0 TFLOPs12.0 TFLOPs10 TFLOPs
Memory2GB GDDR52GB GDDR54GB GDDR55GB GDDR58GB GDDR516GB GDDR5X24GB GDDR5X16GB HBM2
Memory Bus128-bit128-bit128-bit160-bit256-bit256-bit384-bit4096-bit
PowerNoneNoneNoneNone1x 6-pin1x 8-pin1x 8-pin1x 8-pin
TDP30W40W47W75W105W180W250W235W
Launch DateMarch 2017October 2016March 2017

 

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06-02-2017, 09:49:06

g0ggles1994
I can gaurantee that Nvidia fans who ridiculed AMD for using HBM are going to come out the woodwork praising Nvidia for using it themselvesQuote

06-02-2017, 12:15:00

AngryGoldfish
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Originally Posted by g0ggles1994 View Post
I can gaurantee that Nvidia fans who ridiculed AMD for using HBM are going to come out the woodwork praising Nvidia for using it themselves
While I know very little about what makes Quadro cards so necessary, I suspect that HBM is very much a in-demand upgrade over GDDR5X in their use cases. In gaming it might be different, which explains why some have criticised AMD for adopting a technology that was, in essence, unnecessary.Quote

06-02-2017, 12:17:31

Chrazey
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Originally Posted by AngryGoldfish View Post
While I know very little about what makes Quadro cards so necessary, I suspect that HBM is very much a in-demand upgrade over GDDR5X in their use cases. In gaming it might be different, which explains why some have criticised AMD for adopting a technology that was, in essence, unnecessary.
Well said dudeQuote

06-02-2017, 12:52:03

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by AngryGoldfish View Post
While I know very little about what makes Quadro cards so necessary, I suspect that HBM is very much a in-demand upgrade over GDDR5X in their use cases. In gaming it might be different, which explains why some have criticised AMD for adopting a technology that was, in essence, unnecessary.
It was more of a sign of things to come for AMD. Just them using new technology to early but planning for the future. Hbm was totally fine. It just was limited in memoryQuote

06-02-2017, 12:53:07

AngryGoldfish
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
It was more of a sign of things to come for AMD. Just them using new technology to early but planning for the future. Hbm was totally fine. It just was limited in memory
Yeah, that's it.Quote
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