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NVIDIA outs Quadro P5000 and P6000 graphics cards




In this year’s SIGGRAPH conference, NVIDIA launched two new Quadro Pascal graphics cards for professional use — the P5000 and P6000. The latter stands to be the flagship entry which boasts 3,840 CUDA cores and 12TFlops of computing muscle.

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QUADRO P5000 specs:
2,560 CUDA Parallel-Processing Cores
16GB GDDR5X memory
8.9Tflops FP 32 performance
180 W max. power consumption
PCI Express 3.0 x 16
DP 1.4 (4)
DVI-D (1)
Optional stereo (1)
4.4″ x 10.5″ L dual slot
QUADRO P6000 specs:


3,840 CUDA Parallel-Processing Cores
24GB GDDR5X memory
12Tflops FP 32 performance
250 W max. power consumption
PCI Express 3.0 x 16
DP 1.4 (4)
DVI-D (1)
Optional stereo (1)
4.4″ x 10.5″ L dual slot
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According to NVIDIA, the new Quadro Pascal platform is their “most powerful GPU architecture ever” and brings with it a new level of performance for a wide range of applications. Apart from the P6000 having double the memory than the Titan X, it could also be effectively used for heavy VR work.

NVIDIA is reported to ship both cards in October with no news on how much they will be priced.

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