LEADTEK released their new NVIDIA Quadro M6000 and Quadro K1200 graphics cards aimed at the ultra-high-end users and entry-level users with small form factor workstations separately. The new cards feature a large memory that lets you tackle the most challenging visual computing tasks effortlessly.
The NVIDIA Quadro M6000 is powered by the latest NVIDIA Maxwell GPU, has 3072 CUDA cores, and 12GB VRAM. It allows professionals to take on the most challenging digital prototyping, visual effects, and geophysical or architectural visualization workloads, and it supports four displays natively with true 4K resolutions. NVIDIA’s Iray technology allows users to reach new levels of interactive, physically based rendering for exceptional accuracy and photorealism in the creative workflow.
The Quadro K1200 is aimed at the small form factor workstations that don’t want to miss out. The K1200 only uses a single slot and comes as a low-profile card to fit even the smallest cases. It support multiple 4K displays, has 4GB memory capacity, advanced photorealistic rendering, and flexible multi-GPU configurations to let you tackle the most tasks effortlessly.
No word on pricing or availability yet.
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