NVIDIA plans Quadro K6000 professional graphics card

Just a day after the release of four new Quadro Kepler-based graphics cards, NVIDIA has announced its intention to launch a new high-end Quadro professional graphics card that will replace the last year’s Quadro K5000.

Known as Quadro K6000 the card will use the GK110 core currently found in the GeForce GTX Titan graphics card but will have 2496 working stream processors out of a total of 2800 and 13 working graphics clusters out of a total of 15. The VRAM size will be 5 GB accessed over a 320-bit bus.

The card will be officially unveiled at the upcoming GPU Technology Conference, which is to be held next week.


Source: Lensfire.in

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