NVIDIA have expanded their line-up of Pascal based Quadro cards and the Quadro P4000 is a stand out amongst the new professional card options.
The P4000 based upon the same GP104 GPU featured in its bigger brother the P5000 gives you an impressive 1,792 CUDA cores and an impressive 5.3 TFLOPs FP32 performance from a single slot graphics card. Making it ideal for developers requiring solid consistent and stable performance whilst working under limited time and with pressure.
Quadro GPU Pascal architecture
Newer models make use of this architecture, designed by increasing the transistor count and therefore performance package. Through the NVDIA CUDA Parallel processing architecture, modern day applications can perform 8 times faster than previous architectures.
The lastest Quadro GPU’s make impressive steps forward in 64-bit double precision floating point performance which makes it essential for processes and applications that require double checked accuracy such as CAE problems, Medical imaging, CFD etc…
Integration with professional applications
NVIDIA spends huge amount of times with 3rd party software developers to get programs such as Adobe Creative Cloud, Autodesk Suite and Dessault Systemes SOLIDWORKS CUDA enabled. They also ensure that the quadro card is certified with that software which all comes together to ensure your software is hardware accelerated by the Quadro GPU line up for exceptional reliability and maximum performance.