PNY 4GB Nvidia Tesla M4 SFF Passive Server GPU

4GB PNY Tesla M4 SFF Workstation Solution, PCIe 3.0 (x16), GDDR5, GPU 872MHz, 1024 Cores, 2.2 TFLOPS SP, 0.07 TFLOPS DP

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Product Overview The World’s First Accelerator for the Hyperscale Data Center
Exploding volumes of user-generated data are redefining what’s required for hyperscale data centers. Today’s cloud applications harness valuable data to deliver smarter, real-time experiences using modern video and image processing and deep learning techniques. These applications can benefit greatly from GPU acceleration in the data center. The NVIDIA Tesla M4 is the world’s first accelerator designed for hyperscale servers, enabling customers to keep up with ever-growing amount of data. It’s engineered to accelerate application throughput in a small, low-power design, slashing data center costs by half and deliver up to 7x more power-efficient processing than CPUs for deep learning inference at 20 images/sec/watt and video workloads.

The combination of the Tesla accelerated computing platform and NVIDIA hyperscale software suite provides an end-to-end solution to build and deploy modern hyperscale applications. Features HYPERSCALE WORKLOADS ACCELERATED WITH NVIDIA TESLA M4
The Tesla M4 accelerator and NVIDIA Hyperscale suite provide a powerful foundation of best-in-class modern hyperscale data centers. The NVIDIA Tesla Hyperscale Suite includes GPU Rest Engine for real-time accelerated services, GPU-accelerated FFMPEG for optimizing video processing, Image Compute Engine for efficient and dynamic image resizing, and GPU Inference Engine for modern deep learning workloads.

• NVIDIA Maxwell™ architecture
• Up to 2.2 TeraFlops of single-precison performance with NVIDIA GPU Boost™
• 1024 NVIDIA CUDA® cores
• 4 GB of GDDR5 memory
• 88 GB/sec memory bandwidth
• Low-profile PCIe form factor
• Max power 50W-75W
Graphics Chipset Tesla M4
Edition M4 SFF
Manufacturing process  
Microarchitecture Maxwell
GPU Name  
NVIDIA CUDA Cores 1024
NVIDIA Tensor Cores  
Core Clock  
Boost Clock  
Memory Size 4 GB
Memory Type GDDR5
ECC Technology No
Memory Clock  
Memory Bit Rate 128 Bit
Memory Bandwidth 88 GB/s
Single Precision Processing No
Single Precision Performance 2.2 teraFLOPS
Double Precision Processing Yes
Double Precision Performance 0.07 teraFLOPS
Tensor Processing No
Deep Learning (Tensor) Performance  
Integer Operations (INT8)  
Concurent Users N/A
H.264 1080p30 Streams N/A
Cooling Passive
Interface PCIe 3.0 (x16)
Interface Bandwidth  
Graphics Output  
Maximum Digital Resolution  
Maximum VGA Resolution  
Multi GPU Support  
Multi Monitor Support  
HDCP Ready No
Supported Compute APIs  
Supported Graphics APIs  
Microsoft DirectX Support  
Form Factor Single Slot
Low Profile Compatible Yes
Low Profile Support Yes
Board Power 50-75 W
Graphics Card Power Connectors  
Minimum Recommended PSU  
Maximum GPU Temperature  
Package Type Retail

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PNY 4GB Nvidia Tesla M4 SFF Passive Server GPU
PNY 4GB Nvidia Tesla M4 SFF Passive Server GPU