Great CAD/CAM Workflow Productivity
The new family of NVIDIA® Quadro® professional graphics products leverages the powerful NVIDIA Kepler™ architecture to deliver a new level of workstation performance and capabilities.
You can now realize your most ambitious vision—whether it’s product design, visualization, and simulation or spectacular visual storytelling — and get it to market faster, more profitably, and with superior quality.
NVIDIA Quadro® K600 by PNY solutions deliver the fastest 3D application performance, the highest quality workstation graphics and are certified on all industry- leading professional applications. NVIDIA Quadro by PNY takes the leading computer-aided design (CAD), digital content creation (DCC), and visualization applications to a new level of interactivity by enabling unprecedented capabilities in performance, programmability and precision.
The NVIDIA Quadro K600 graphics board offers great performance for a range of leading professional applications. You get 1 GB of on-board GDDR3 memory and a low-profile form factor for maximum flexibility.NVIDIA Quadro K600 - New NVIDIA Kepler Architecture Features and BenefitsNVIDIA CUDA Parallel Computing Architecture
Quadro solutions leverage general-purpose GPU computing using standard programming languages like C/C++ and Fortran, as well as emerging APIs such as OpenCL and Direct Compute. This broad adoption of CUDA accelerates techniques like ray tracing, video and image processing, and computation fluid dynamics.DisplayPort 1.2 Support (With Audio)
Compact and secure DisplayPort 1.2 connectors support multistream technology, stream cloning, and ultra-high-resolution panels (up to 3840 x 2160 @ 60 Hz ). This allows maximum range, resolution, refresh rate, and color depth designed to support the latest display technologies.Deep Color Processing and Display
Preserve color detail and precision throughout the processing and display pipeline for smooth gradients transitions, even on high dynamic range imagery. Each color component can be processed at up to 32-bit floating point precision and displayed at up to 12-bit precision with supported DisplayPort 1.2 or HDMI 1.4 displays.More information can be found in the PDF below: