GPU - NVIDIA
NVIDIA is the leader in providing quality gaming and professional-grade graphics cards. The company's GeForce series offers excellent solutions at every price point, combining class-leading performance to class-leading energy efficiency. From 1080p gaming to 4K and even 8K HDR, there is an NVIDIA GeForce-based solution for all budgets and performance levels. Quadro and Tesla cards are designed for professional workstations and servers, offering ISV-certified drivers and other enterprise-class features.
NVIDIA Quadro graphics cards target 3D workstation users and are certified for use with a broad range of industry leading applications. The high-end cards in this category have unrivalled processing power, flexible display configurations and up to 24GB of memory, depending on the model. They deliver the very best performance for 3D users when dealing with the most demanding computer aided design (CAD) and digital content creation (DCC) and simulation applications.
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NVIDIA Quadro graphics cards target 3D workstation users and are certified for use with a broad range of industry leading applications. These mid-range cards offer more performance for 3D applications like computer aided design (CAD) and digital content creation (DCC) and more connectivity than the low-end models yet retain the single slot design, meaning they're still suitable for those looking to save on space. 08/04/15 Updated
NVIDIA Quadro graphics cards target workstation users and are certified for use with a broad range of industry leading applications. The cards here are considered entry-level and are priced and configured as such, but with up to 2GB of memory and support for up to 4 displays, they'll still deliver professional results in 3D applications such as computer aided design (CAD). Their low power consumption and single slot designs make them ideal for smaller workstations where power and space limitations are tight.
NVIDIA's Tesla cards are designed for GPGPU (general purpose computing on graphics processing units), meaning they are added to systems and supercomputers to complement the existing CPU with a vast array of parallel cores that only a GPU can provide, increasing the potential throughput massively. Typically, they do not feature display outputs, so they're unsuitable for 3D workstations or gamers, but their massive number of cores and multiple gigabytes of memory make them ideal for applications such as computational fluid dynamics, weather modelling and financial computing.