NVIDIA Launches Quadro 2000 & Quadro 600

时间:2010-10-22   来源:   网友评论:0   人气: 1657 作者:

Back in July NVIDIA launched Fermi in to the professional space, introducing the first of their Fermi-based Quadro cards. The Quadro 4000, 5000, and 6000 were all based on GF100, and like the GeForce and Tesla lines used cut down GPUs in order to meet NVIDIA’s TDP and yield needs.

Notably, all the Quadros launched with their FP64 capabilities uncapped, something we weren’t sure would be made available outside of the Tesla line. Along those same lines, the 5000 and 6000 models also had ECC support enabled, again another feature initially promoted for Tesla. The result of this was that the first Fermi Quadro cards were capable of behaving a great deal like Tesla cards on top of their traditional professional graphics duties.

Now less than 3 months down the line NVIDIA is launching the rest of the Quadro series. Today marks the launch of the 2000 and the 600, which extend the Fermi Quadro lineup to the smaller Fermi GPUs. In the process, these cards also move away from Tesla-like compute capabilities and focuses more on Quadro’s traditional graphics roles such as modeling, CAD, digital video production, and the more recently emerging field of GPU-accelerated professional applications.

NVIDIA Quadro Lineup
  6000 5000 4000 2000 600
Stream Processors 448 352 256 192 96
ROPs 48 40 32 16 4
Memory Type 6GB GDDR5 2.5GB GDDR5 2GB GDDR5 1GB GDDR5 1GB DDR3
Memory Bus Width 384-bit 320-bit 256-bit 128-bit 128-bit
FP64 1/2 FP32 1/2 FP32 1/2 FP32 1/12 FP32 1/12 FP32
ECC Yes Yes No No No
TDP 204W 152W 142W 62W 40W
GPU GF100 GF100 GF100 GF106 GF108

Quadro 2000

Quadro 600

Unlike the first Quadro cards, the last two members of the Fermi Quadro lineup are fairly straightforward Quadro versions of NVIDIA's other GPUs. Quadro 2000 is GF106 based while Quadro 600 is GF108 based, with the latter GPU launching here in the professional space before it launches in the consumer space. GF104 is absent from NVIDIA’s Fermi Quadro lineup as NVIDIA has decided to go with a heavily cut down GF100 part for the Quadro 4000 to fill that role rather than to use GF104, due to GF100’s vastly superior FP64 speeds. Meanwhile Quadro 2000 and Quadro 600 will support FP64 (as do all other NVIDIA GPUs) but as GF104-derrived GPUs their FP64 speed is limited to 1/12