PNY Quadro SyncII Option Board for Pascal Quadro Cards
Mosaic is an integrated software technology that abstracts multiple physical displays into a large virtual display. When the virtual display spans across multiple GPUs, the Quadro Sync board synchronizes the GPUs to ensure all the displays stay aligned. You can also scale your applications onto a single unified desktop across all of your synchronized displays or projectors from one system with the NVIDIA Mosaic technology.
Synchronize multiple displays in one machine or spread across multiple machines in a cluster. For frame lock a single display is chosen as the timing master and all other displays in the cluster align to it. Frame lock can be used with individual physical displays and single or multi-GPU Mosaic displays.
Sync to an External Timing Source
Lets you align a selected display to an external timing generator. The selected display can be a Mosaic or physical and can be used as the frame lock master if desired.
Simplify your Deployments
Reduce the number of Z Workstations required and minimize operational complexity by synchronizing up to three NVIDIA Quadro Kepler GPUs and 12 displays or projectors with one NVIDIA Quadro Sync.
Support Windows-Based Visualization Clusters
You can easily script and remotely manage NVIDIA Quadro Sync and other GPU features within the visualization cluster with industry-standard Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) configuration and management interfaces.
• 1 x BNC/2 x RJ-45 Connectors.
• Sync up to 12 Displays/Projectors.
• Full Height, Half Length, Single Slot.
• Mosaic Integrated Software Technology.
• Sync to an External Timing Source.
• Frame Lock.
• WMI Configuration & Management Interface. Features • Kepler and newer GPUs with connector and driver support.
• Supports NVIDIA Quadro K5000, K6000, K4200, K5200 graphics cards.
• Synchronization of three GPU's and up to 12 display channels per board.
• Enable and synchronize single or multi-GPU NVIDIA Mosaic.
• The timing master can drive two chains so a cluster of 50 nodes and up to 200 GPUs can be synchronized.
• Synchronize devices with ±0.50 ppm difference between timings.
• Plugs into a free PCIe slot.
|NVIDIA CUDA Cores|
|Memory Bit Rate|
|Single Precision Processing||No|
|Single Precision Performance|
|Double Precision Processing||No|
|Double Precision Performance|
|Integer Operations (INT8)|
|H.264 1080p30 Streams||N/A|
|Maximum Digital Resolution|
|Maximum VGA Resolution|
|Multi GPU Support|
|Multi Monitor Support|
|Supported Compute APIs|
|Supported Graphics APIs|
|Microsoft DirectX Support|
|Low Profile Compatible||No|
|Low Profile Support|
|Graphics Card Power Connectors|
|Minimum Recommended PSU|
|Maximum GPU Temperature|
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