NVIDIA Quadro M2000 Review: Maxwell Pro Graphics card NVIDIA Quadro M2000 is a low-power pro graphics solution featuring an NVIDIA’s Maxwell GPU. NVIDIA’s Quadro software/driver suite and the card’s particular hardware configuration enables additional features and capabilities of the Quadro M2000.
|Specifications & Features|
|GPU Memory||4 GB GDDR5|
|Memory Bandwidth||Up to 106 GB/s|
|System Interface||PCI Express 3.0 x16|
|Form Factor||4.376” H x 6.6 L|
|Display Connectors||DP 1.2 (4), with audio|
|Max Displays||4 DP 1.2 Multi-Stream|
|Max DP 1.2 Resolution||4096 x 2160 @ 60Hz|
|Graphics APIs||DirectX 12, OpenGL 4.5, Shader Model 5.0, Vulkan 1.03|
|Compute APIs||CUDA, DirectCompute, OpenCL|
|Additional Features||NVIDIA nView Desktop, Management Software Compatibility, HDCP Support, NVIDIA Mosaic|
These graphics cards have 768 CUDA cores and 4GB of GDDR5 memory, Four Display Ports provide support for up to 1.2 multi-stream outputs and 4K (i.e. 4096 x 2160) resolutions at 60Hz, with audio and also linked to the GPU via a 128-bit interface. The GPU of Quadro M2000 has about 1,108MHz (1.1 GHz) as a peak boost frequency and 3,305MHz (3.3 GHz) effective clock speed memory of which translates to roughly 106GB/s of peak memory bandwidth.
NVIDIA Quadro M2000‘s TDP is only 75 watts, which eliminates the need for a supplemental power connector. Cooling of this card is handled by a low-profile, relatively slim heat-sink and fan assembly.