PNY NVIDIA Quadro K5200 8GB Graphics Card - VCQK5200-PB
8GB PNY NVIDIA Quadro K5200, 2304 Cores, 3.1 TEFLOPs, PCIe 3.0 (x16), DP/DVI
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NVIDIA QUADRO SOLUTIONS
THE RIGHT TOOLS FOR PROFESSIONALS
Accelerate your creativity and expand your innovation with NVIDIA® Quadro® the world's most powerful workstation graphics. Support for multiple 4K displays, large memory capacity, advanced photorealistic rendering, and flexible multi-GPU configurations lets you tackle the most challenging visual computing tasks effortlessly. Whether you're developing revolutionary products or telling spectacularly vivid visual stories, Quadro gives you the performance to do it brilliantly.
Designed and built specifically for artists, designers, and engineers, NVIDIA Quadro GPUs power more than 100 professional applications
across a broad range of industries. Professionals trust them to enable their best work using applications such as Adobe® Creative Cloud, Avid Media Composer, Autodesk Suites, Dassault Systems, CATIA and SOLIDWORKS, Siemens NX, PTC Creo, and many more.
You need the right tools to do your best workâ€”without distractions like slow performance, poor stability, or incompatibility. Accelerate your creativity and expand your innovation with NVIDIA Quadro, the world's most powerful workstation graphics cards.
NVIDIA Quadro is the world's most advanced visual computing platform for workstations. Much more than a powerful graphics accelerator for sophisticated applications used by professionals, NVIDIA Quadro enables you to create and collaborate in exciting new ways. This makes it the #1 solution for designing, visualizing, and simulating your ideas.
NVIDIA® QUADRO® K5200
The NVIDIA Quadro K5200 gives you amazing application performance and capability, making it faster and easier to accelerate 3D models, render complex scenes, and simulate large datasets. 8 GB of GDDR5 GPU memory with ultra-fast bandwidth allows you to create and render large, complex models and compute massive datasets. Plus, thereâ€™s the all-new display engine that drives up to four displays natively with DisplayPort 1.2 support for ultra-high resolutions like 3840x2160 @ 60 Hz with 30-bit color. Quadro Sync also lets you frame-lock multiple displays together and take advantage of SDI video input/output support.
AMAZING GRAPHICS AND RENDERING PERFORMANCE
The NVIDIA GPU architecture delivers incredible application performance in everything from accelerating 3D models and rendering complex scenes to simulating large datasets.
8 GB GDDR5 GPU MEMORY WITH ULTRA-FAST BANDWIDTH
Large GPU memory with fast bandwidth enables the creation and rendering of large, complex models and computation of incredibly large datasets.
A new display engine drives up to four displays natively with DisplayPort 1.2 support for ultra-high resolutions like 3840x2160 @ 60 Hz with 30-bit color. NVIDIA SYNC allows multiple displays to be frame-locked together and supports SDI video input/output.
• Ability to render more complex scenes, faster than ever before
• Simple, off-the-shelf technology to create impactful large scale display ‘spectacles’ from a single PC
• Powerful graphics - Faster, smoother 3D modeling
• Up to 8GB memory. Store more scene data on card
• GPU Compute Horsepower - Faster render times
• 4 Displays + SYNC Support Eliminate motion artifacts in multi-display large scale installations
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