The NVIDIA Quadro P6000 is now the most powerful workstation GPU in the World! The Quadro P6000 features the GP102 ‘Pascal’ GPU with 24GB of GDDR5X memory and will be available later this year in October.
NVIDIA enabled 3,840 CUDA Cores on the Quadro P6000 and that gives it up to 12 TFlops of compute power! This is twice as fast as the Quadro M6000, so this is a huge uplift for professionals that need as much power as they can get. With regards to power consumption, the P6000 is rated at 250W TDP. The NVIDIA Quadro P6000 comes with four DisplayPort 1.4 interfaces and dual-link DVI. The NVIDIA Quadro P6000 can render 4K video at 120Hz and 240Hz as well as 8k video at 30Hz.
Often our artists are working with 50GB or higher datasets,” says Steve May, CTO at PIXAR. “The ability to visualize scenes of this size interactively gives our artists the ability to make creative decisions more quickly. We’re looking forward to testing the limits of Pascal and expect the benefits to our workflows to be huge.”
NVIDIA also announced the Quadro P5000 today as well that has 2,560 CUDA Cores and 16GB GDDR5X memory. This card has 8.9 TFLOPS of compute power and a 180W max power.
Both cards will make it easy to use the GPU platform to create the next generation of applications for AR and VR. These cards will enable designers to create the right content today.