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Tuesday, March 22, 2016
NVIDIA Quadro M6000 24GB Released


NVIDIA has released the new Quadro M6000 24GB, a graphics card equipped with double the graphics memory previously available aimed for designers, artists and scientists.

The huge memory boost of the Quadro M6000 24GB, combined with the high processing power of our Maxwell architecture, lets designers tap into the power of interactive global illumination for their production environments.

When the original Quadro M6000 was launched, NVIDIA outfitted it with 12GB of VRAM in a 24x4Gb configuration - not the full amount a GM200 card could be equipped with. The latest 24GB model utilizes higher density 8GB GDDR5 memory chips.

FEATURES Quadro
M6000 24GB
Quadro
M5000
Memory Size 24GB GDDR5 8GB GDDR5
Memory Interface 384-bit 256-bit
Memory Bandwidth Up to
317 GBps
Up to
211 GBps
NVIDIACUDA Parallel Processor Cores 3072 2048
Max Power Consumption 250W 150W
Power Connector 1 x 8-pin 1 x 6-pin
Number of slots
2
# Simultaneous Displays
4
Display Connectors
DVI-I
DP
DP
DP
DP
3-pin Stereo
ECC (Error Correcting Code)
Yes
OpenGL
4.5
Vulkan
1.0
Shader Model
5
DirectX
12
NVIDIA 3D VisionPro
Yes
NVIDIAMosaic Technology
Yes
Multi-Display Synchronization
Quadro Sync
NVIDIA SLISupport
Yes
NVIDIAnViewDesktop Management Technology
Yes
High-Performance Video I/O
Yes

NVIDIA says that the the updated Quadro M6000 ships with new temperature & clockspeed management options though details are limited. The new M6000 features "More discrete GPU clock options for a better customer experience when running their application" and "Greater software temperature control to keep the GPU temperature below the hardware slowdown threshold for the best user experience."

The new 24GB Quadro M6000 will be launching this week for about $5000. It will be a drop-in replacement in NVIDIA?s product stack.



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