NVIDIA is not for a while. After announcing its graphics Titan X-based GPUs Pascal will arrive shortly to the market, and after knowing they are trying to accelerate the development of Volta, now the company has announced the launch of its professional graphics Quadro P6000, endowed with the same graphics core GP102 of impending GTX Titan X, fully unlocked.
Like AMD, NVIDIA was present at the SIGGRAPH to present their next professional solutions in the graphical environment, and not disappointed with the presentation of the next NVIDIA Quadro P6000, a graphic “to the beast” capable of unleashing all the power company you have in your hand today.
Equipped with the graphics core architecture GP102 Pascal, this professional graphics card has 3840 CUDA cores with a theoretical computing power FS32 processes (single-precision floating point) up to 12 Tflop / s. The chart includes 24 GB of RAM GDDR5X a 384-bit bus, delivering this way the maximum performance possible personal applications such CAD / CAM, medical research, post production video in real time and so on.
NVIDIA Quadro M6000
In addition, NVIDIA also taught the “little sister” of the Quadro P6000. We will in the same family the Quadro P5000, with 2,560 CUDA cores and 16 GB of memory GDDR5X with 256-bit bus will be able to provide a computing power of up to 8.9 FP32 Tflop / s.
Interestingly, beyond that NVIDIA has not yet specified prices and dates of availability, is the fact that none of these two graphs has machinery for processing FP64 (floating point double precision) and this section we reserve graphic upcoming Tesla P-Series in the embrace of family NVIDIA HPC product.