PNY Quadro M4000 NVIDIA Single Precision Pro Graphics Card 8GB
8GB PNY NVIDIA Quadro M4000, Maxwell, 1664 Cores, 256 Bit, 192GB/s, 2.5 TFLOPS SingleP, 4x DP 1.2, Single Slot, Retail
Take on your most challenging digital prototyping, visual effects, and geophysical or architectural visualization workloads with the graphics horsepower, realism, and interactivity that only NVIDIA® Quadro® can deliver. It’s powered by the latest NVIDIA technologies, features large ultra-fast memory, and supports four displays natively with resolutions of true 4K. Enjoy exceptional accuracy and photorealism in your creative workflow by using NVIDIA Iray® technology* to reach new levels of interactive, physically based rendering. *NVIDIA Iray plugins are available separately for select applications.
M4000: Made for designers and engineers who create CAD models, advanced DCC and medical imaging. New engine drives up to four, 4K displays (3840 x 2160 @ 60Hz).
The NVIDIA Quadro M4000 is accelerated by NVIDIA Maxwell™ GPU architecture, letting you easily tackle your most demanding visualization workloads with extreme performance and the flexibility of a single-slot form factor. 8 GB of GDDR5 GPU memory with fast bandwidth allows you to create and render large, complex models and compute massive datasets. Plus, there’s a new display engine that drives up to four 4K resolution displays natively with DisplayPort 1.2 support for ultra high resolutions like 4096 x 2160 @ 60 Hz with 30-bit color. Pair up two or more outputs to drive displays greater than 4K, and take advantage of NVIDIA Quadro Sync support to frame-lock up to 16 4K displays in a single system.
Quadro cards are certified with a broad range of sophisticated professional applications, tested by leading workstation manufacturers, and backed by a global team of support specialists. This gives you the peace of mind to focus on doing your best work. Whether you’re developing revolutionary products or telling spectacularly vivid visual stories, Quadro gives you the performance to do it brilliantly.
Extreme Performance in a Single-Slot Form Factor
Tackle your most demanding visualization workloads with ease using the advanced NVIDIA Maxwell™ GPU architecture and the flexibility of a single-slot form factor.
8 GB Ultra-Fast Memory
Large GPU memory with fast bandwidth enables the creation and rendering of large, complex models and the computation of massive datasets.
Extreme Display Density at 4K and Beyond
A new display engine drives up to four 4K resolution displays natively (4096x2160 @ 60 Hz with 30-bit color). Pair up two or more outputs to drive displays greater than 4K, and take advantage of NVIDIA Quadro Sync support to frame-lock up to 16 4K displays in a single system*. *NVIDIA Quadro Sync board sold separately.
Quadro M4000 Key Features
• Four DisplayPort 1.2 Connectors
• DisplayPort with Audio
• VGA Support (Via Adapter, Not Included, Sold Separately)
• 3D Stereo Support
• NVIDIA GPUDirect™ Support
• Quadro Sync Compatibility
• Stereo Connector
• NVIDIA nView® Desktop Management Software Compatibility
• HDCP Support
• NVIDIA Mosaic
• 4 x DP to DVI (SL) adapter - P/N: QSP-DPDVISL
• Stereo Connector - P/N: QSP-STEREOQ4000-PB Features GPU Performance Features
Maxwell Streaming Multiprocessor
The heart of Maxwell’s power efficient performance is its newly designed Streaming Multiprocessor which delivers incredible performance and unmatched power efficiency, through an improved instruction scheduler and new data path organization.
Maxwell Memory Architecture
Improved caching effectiveness and significant enhancements in memory compression techniques in Maxwell reduces traffic and provides higher performance for applications dependent on memory bandwidth. Additionally, Maxwell’s dedicated shared memory per SM (separated from the L1 cache) and larger L2 cache, dramatically improves programmability and efficiency.
Dedicated hardware to automatically broadcast input geometry to render to multiple render targets which drastically speeds up ‘multi projection’ (the ability of rendering the same scene from multiple view) leading to accelerated rendering for cube maps used in multi view projectors and 3D CAVE environments.
Enhancements to voxel handling techniques enables fast voxelization which significantly accelerates workflows like fluid simulation and 3D Printing.
Virtualizes texture sizes enabling applications to seamlessly work with large and complex data sets regardless of the available frame buffer.
Multiple Copy Engines
Enables the highest rates of parallel data processing and concurrent throughput between the GPU and host, accelerating techniques such as ray tracing, color grading and physical simulation.
Optimizes GPU utilization by dramatically reducing CPU-GPU interactions, enabling developers to implement more sophisticated and complex algorithms providing end users greater performance and higher levels of visual fidelity.
H.264 and HEVC encoder¹
Dedicated H.264 and HEVC encode engine that is independent of 3D/compute pipeline and delivers faster than real-time performance for transcoding, video editing, and other encoding applications.
NVIDIA® CUDA® Architecture
Parallel-computing architecture that tightly integrates advanced visualization and compute features to significantly accelerate professional workflows.
NVIDIA® Scalable Geometry Engine
Dramatically improves geometry performance across a broad range of CAD, DCC and medical applications, enabling you to work interactively with models and scenes that are an order of magnitude more complex than ever before.
Simplifies GPU programming by allowing programmers to easily accelerate all parallel nested loops – resulting in a GPU dynamically spawning new threads on its own without going back to the CPU.
Large Framebuffers with Ultra-Fast Bandwidth
Large GPU memory with fast bandwidth for display of complex models and scenes, as well as computation of large datasets.
PCI Express 3.0 Compliance
Supports data transfer rate up to 8 GT/sec per lane for an aggregate bandwidth of 32 GB/sec bi-directional (16 GB/sec in each direction).
Unified Driver Architecture (UDA)
Guarantees forward and backward compatibility with software drivers, simplifying upgrading to a new Quadro solution whenever you're ready.
Remote Workstation Application Acceleration
Remotely interact with professional GPU-accelerated applications through software such as Microsoft RDP, Splashtop, and HP Remote Graphics Software.
Silent cooling design enables lower acoustics for an ultra-quiet desktop environment.
NVIDIA® GPU Boost
Automatically maximizes application performance in real time while staying within the power and thermal envelope of the card.
Multi-pixel Programmable Sampling
Maxwell features multi-pixel programmable sampling, increasing sample flexibility and improved sample randomization which reduces quantization artifacts. This results in superior image quality without penalizing performance.
Full-Scene Antialiasing (FSAA)
Up to 64X FSAA (up to 128X with SLI) for dramatically reducing visual aliasing artifacts or "jaggies," resulting in unparalleled image quality and highly realistic scenes.
NVIDIA® FXAA and TXAA
Reduces visible aliasing and delivers higher image quality without the performance hit by harnessing the power of the GPU's CUDA cores and new film-style AA techniques.
16K Texture and Render Processing
Provides the ability to texture from and render to 16K x 16K surfaces. Beneficial for applications that demand the highest resolution and quality image processing.
NVIDIA® Quadro® Mosaic Technology
Enables transparent scaling of the desktop and applications across up to 16 displays from 4 GPUs from a single workstation while delivering full performance and image quality.
The all-new display engine in the NVIDIA GPU drives up to four displays simultaneously, whether they’re directly connected to the board or connected using a single cable using DisplayPort 1.2’s new multi-streaming capabilities. With support for the next-generation DisplayPort 1.2 standard, each DisplayPort connector is capable of driving ultra-high resolutions of 4096x2160 @ 60 Hz with 30-bit color. Additionally, the M4000 can support up to two 5K displays @ 60Hz or a single 8K projector per card. The flexible display connectivity of the Quadro family makes it easy to deploy multiple displays across a desktop, build an expansive digital signage wall, or create a sophisticated stereoscopic 3D CAVE environment.
NVIDIA® nView® Advanced Desktop Software
This software delivers maximum flexibility for single large display or multi-display options, providing unprecedented end-user control of the desktop experience for increased productivity.
DisplayPort 1.2 Support (with Audio)
Compact and secure DisplayPort 1.2 connectors support multi-stream technology, stream cloning and ultra-high-resolution panels (up to 4096 x 2160 @ 60Hz ). This enables maximum range, resolution, refresh rate, and color depth designed to support the latest display technologies.
Synchronizes the display and image output from one system or across a cluster of multiple systems. The Quadro Sync board manages up to 16 displays from 4 GPUs in one system, reducing the number of machines needed to power a video wall or multi-projector visualization environment, image and frame synchronization between up to four GPUs when running Quadro Mosaic or independent GPUs in cluster. Quadro Sync also allows synchronization to an external timing source (also known as genlock or house sync). Quadro Sync enables advanced visualization systems to scale the resolution of the display surface with multiple projectors or displays with standard applications or applications designed for clusters.
NVIDIA 3D Vision® and 3D Vision Pro
Advanced active shutter glasses that deliver crystal-clear stereoscopic 3D visualization for the most immersive experience. Infrared (3D Vision) or RF (3D Vision Pro) technology enable a range of immersive environments from your desktop workstation to collaborative work spaces. 3D Vision and 3D Vision Pro are sold separately.
OpenGL Quad Buffered Stereo Support
Provides a smooth and immersive 3D Stereo experience for professional applications.
Professional 3D Stereo Synchronization
Enables robust control of stereo effect through a dedicated three-pin mini-din connection to directly synchronize 3D stereo hardware to Quadro graphics card.
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 2.0 displays.
NVIDIA® CUDA® Parallel Computing Platform
CUDA is a parallel computing platform that uses standard programming languages like C/C++ and Fortran, and APIs such as OpenCL, OpenACC and Direct Compute. This broad adoption of CUDA accelerates techniques like ray tracing, video and image processing, and computation fluid dynamics.
NVIDIA® GPUDirect for Video
Allows 3rd party hardware to communicate directly with NVIDIA GPUs. By taking advantage of this new API the historical issues of introducing too much delay or latency are gone. With NVIDIA GPUDirect for Video, devices are fully synchronized and the CPU doesn't waste cycles copying data between device drivers.
NVIDIA Enterprise-Management Tools
Exhaustive tools for maximizing your system uptime by enabling seamless wide-scale deployment. This allows remote query and control of graphics and display settings for systems spread across installations.
NVIDIA® Multi-GPU Technology
NVIDIA Multi-GPU powered workstations combine the visualization and interactive design capability of multiple GPUs, by leveraging the combination of Quadro and/or Tesla GPUs to intelligently scale the performance of your application and dramatically speed up your production workflow.
NVIDIA® SLI® Technology
Leverages multiple GPUs to dynamically scale graphics performance, enhance image quality, expand display real estate, and assemble a fully virtualized system. Available on SLI-certified workstations and servers only.
|Graphics Chipset||Quadro M4000|
|NVIDIA CUDA Cores||1664|
|Memory Size||8 GB|
|Memory Bit Rate||256 Bit|
|Memory Bandwidth||192 GB/s|
|Single Precision Processing||Yes|
|Single Precision Performance||2.5 teraFLOPS|
|Double Precision Processing||No|
|Double Precision Performance||N/A|
|Integer Operations (INT8)|
|H.264 1080p30 Streams||N/A|
|Cooling||Single Fan (1)|
|Graphics Interface||PCIe 3.0 (x16)|
|Graphics Output||4 x DisplayPort 1.2 (with Audio)|
|Maximum Digital Resolution||4096x2160 @ 60Hz|
|Maximum VGA Resolution||2048x1536 @ 85Hz|
|Multi GPU Support||4-Way SLi|
|Multi Monitor Support||4 Displays|
|Supported Compute APIs||
|Supported Graphics APIs||
|Microsoft DirectX Support||12 API with Feature Level 12.1|
|Low Profile Compatible||No|
|Low Profile Support||N/A|
|Board Power||120 W|
|Graphics Card Power Connectors||1 x 6-pin PCIe|
|Minimum Recommended PSU|
|Maximum GPU Temperature|
|Dimensions||112.2 x 241.3 mm|
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