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The humble beginnings of an ordinary GPU as tool for human innovation and visualization have certainly evolved. Now with the help of never ending developments in the digital world, the graphics and visualization platform is now becoming something more.
Recently NVIDIA introduced its Pascal variant of the QUADRO family. Aside from the other Pascal cards existing they launched 6 new Pascal cards to sum up the QUADRO line. These are the GP100, P4000, P2000, P1000, P600 and P400.
NVIDIA QUADRO P1000, is just a small part in the QUADRO family that NVIDIA has just launched. It is one of the more outstanding in the group of lower standing QUADRO. CAD professionals will certainly be taking note of this card.
Powered by NVIDIA pascal architecture, this GPU is perfect for graphic designers with a unique vision. With this product they can easily transform their idea into reality. From product creation to architectural innovations the NVIDIA P1000 is ideal for any graphic creation.
NVIDIA have been hearing rave reviews about the P1000 from professional graphic, architectural and industrial artists themselves. “The P1000 is ideal with compact workstations” Jason Pohl from Orange County Choppers would point out. He claims you can work at the speed of thought. Also raving about the Quadro products is Drew Rebman from Hensel Phelps. He says now they can “give their clients the best experience” through the use of P4000.
The innovation possibilities in the arts and industrial design are endless. P1000 replaced the GM107 based K1200, which is to be phased out soon enough. Built on the 14 nm process, it also supports DirectX 12.0. We have to note that this product is 84% faster and more efficient that you’re typical K1200. The P1000 will also feature mini display port connecters as a change.
NVIDIA has truly out done themselves in the creation of their latest NVIDIA Quadro family. They have given the power to the CAD professionals, graphic and industrial designers to excel in their craft. They have created the best tool for their profession and I believe this is just a start to more amazing innovations in NVIDIA.
- 384 CUDA Cores
- 2GB GDDR5 Memory
- 1.195 TFLOPS FP32 Performance
- 4x mDisplayPort 1.4 Connectors
- 30W Power Consumption