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NVIDIA Quadro M2000 – 4GB GDDR5 Workstation Graphics Card (768x Cores) – Retail Boxed

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£341.00 exc. VAT

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SKU: GFXRETAILNQM2000

This advanced graphics card features an NVIDIA Maxwellâ„¢- based GPU, plus 4 GB of ultra-fast on-board memory and the power to drive four 4K displays natively. This makes it an excellent choice for accelerating product development and content creation workflows that demand fluid interactivity with complex models and scenes.

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If you are looking for a mid-range energy efficient professional graphics card that boasts great performance and an equally great design, then the NVIDIA Quadro M2000 is just what you need. This professional graphics card has been engineered using the latest technology that allows it to deliver outstanding performance in a variety of 3D applications. It is a perfectly suited graphics card for Computer Aided Designers (CAD), animators and light 3D design needs. It has an NVIDIA Maxwell™ GPU clocked at 1188 MHz with 4GB RAM. Other features include 4 display ports and certification vast number of professional applications.

The Quadro M2000 boasts the ability to super-charge professional applications whilst delivering users solid and reliable performance. The card achieves these performance boosts via include technologies such as NVIDIA’s Application Acceleration Engines, CUDA™ software and optimized drivers that enable its Quadro GPUs to fully accelerate applications like AutoCAD, SolidWorks and 3DS Max among others.

For maximum productivity, this professional graphics card has top-class capabilities like 3D Vision™ Pro to enable it achieve high quality stereoscopic 3D scenes. As well as being able to output up to 4 true 4K resolution (4096 x 2160) displays at 60Hz.

The Quadro M2000 card, just like all other cards from NVIDIA has been tested and certified by a range of renowned professional bodies and leading workstations. With this in mind, the Quadro M2000 gives users a rigid platform that guarantees you peace of mind as well as excellent performance.

This single slot Quadro M2000 features 768 CUDA Cores and an NVIDIA Maxwell™ based GPU that is clocked up to 1188 MHz. It is backed up by a 128-bit 4GB GDDR5 Ultra-fast on-board memory that has the ability to power up to four 4K hi-res displays natively (4x 4K/60Hz). For maximum productivity, this card has 4 DisplayPort 1.2 Connectors
Other features include NVIDIA Mosaic, NVIDIA nView Desktop, HDCP Support, Management Software Compatibility. With the Quadro M2000, you are sure of hassle free seamless performance.

The NVIDIA Quadro M2000 is a solid mid-range graphics card that targets users such as animators, light 3D Designers and Engineers. It is packed with great features that enable it to produce impressive performance. These features include 4GB Memory, 4 DisplayPort 1.2 Connectors and 768 CUDA Cores. It has undergone rigorous testing to ensure that it delivers superb performance to enable you tackle even the most demanding tasks. Whether you are a Computer Aided Designer, Animator or 3D Digital Content Designer, the NVIDIA Quadro M2000 will suit all your needs.

2 reviews for NVIDIA Quadro M2000 – 4GB GDDR5 Workstation Graphics Card (768x Cores) – Retail Boxed

  1. Mark

    I have been using my WSX6.1 since February 2012. In January the workstation became unstable with the Graphics card proving to have failed. So four years use and quite an expensive card failure. I would add that the interior of the PC is kept clean so with a dusty interior it may not have lasted that long. Having considered the more expensive Nvidia M4000 card, Workstation specialsists suggested the M2000 would be a less exspensive option and would still out perfrom the Quadro 4000. So far I have been very pleased with it. I would say it probably does out perform the old card and has been stable and trouble free. A good card so far and more or less 50% less than the M4000.

  2. N Walters

    Tried many other cards. All had there inherent problems. Short life spans. This card has proved to be very stable and works without any problems. When this card dies I will buy another.

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