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NVIDIA Quadro K6000 GPU specs, price not yet released

If you are in need of a new graphics intensive GPU then there’s a little treat in store for you, as the new NVIDIA Quadro K6000 GPU has finally been announced, and the company thought they would show off the next-generation hardware at Siggraph. This will be the most powerful graphics card on the market and will pack a massive 12GB of memory, so just remember, this will not be for your everyday tasks, it needs something to help flex its muscles.

The new Quadro K6000 GPU is perfect for those who demand more power while creating big movies or even in the car manufacturing business, as we know they require a powerful computer and graphics card to help them achieve mind-boggling designs. And because of all that memory at your disposal, it’s much easier to see your final vision of your creation.

Main NVIDIA Quadro K6000 GPU specs consists of 12GB of GDDR 5 RAM, 384-bit memory interface, 288 GB/s memory bandwidth, 2880 CUDA cores, PCI Express 3.0 x 16 system interface, a 225 watt power consumption, and ultra-quiet active fansink. Support for 4 displays simultaneously, and much more, all of which can be found here.

Some of the awesome NVIDIA Quadro K6000 GPU features are something some of the big players are most excited about, with Pixar loving the Kepler features, as they are key to their next-generation of animation. Nissan seems rather impressed with the 12GB of memory onboard, as they are able to load an almost complete model of their vehicle models. Apache says that the new Quadro K6000 has managed to triple the performance of the jobs they are currently running.

It seems like a number of companies will benefit from this new Graphics card, and if you are interested then there’s just one issue, the NVIDIA Quadro K6000 GPU price , because NVIDIA has yet to release those details.

Just so you know, this new card is not for playing games, but rather content creation.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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