NVIDIA Named after Grace Hopper, a pioneering computer scientist, the NVIDIA Hopper architecture will supersede the already powerful NVIDIA Ampere architecture. The NVIDIA Hopper architecture Nvidia H100 is a data center GPU based on the latest Hopper architecture...
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The workflow and tasks for real production environment in the following software:
Hardware recommendation: Generally, any kind of 3D work will require around 16GB RAM or more. Most of the 3D software applications here require roughly 5GB of disc space to install, but need to take rendering into consideration.
3D Software recommendation: 3ds Max 2018, Blender 2.79, LightWave 2018, Maya 2018, Modo 11
Games engines: Unity 2018.2.0b9, Unreal Engine 4.20.2
Rendering possible to render film-quality, photorealistic objects and environments with physically accurate shadows, reflections, and refractions in real-time frames
CPU-based renderers: Arnold 5.0, Blender 2.79 (using Cycles running on the CPU), Corona 1.6, KeyShot 7, Maxwell 4.2 (using CPU rendering), RenderMan for Maya 21.7, V-Ray 3.6 (using V-Ray Advanced)
GPU-based renders: OctaneRender 3.07, Redshift 2.6
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Equipped with 24GB of GDDR6 memory and the NVIDIA Turing architecture to dramatically boost productivity and create content faster than ever before.
While the GP100 has 3584 cores, a few less than the P6000, it is equipped with 16GB of HBM2 memory, which provides much more memory bandwidth than standard GDDR5. This makes the GP100 very suitable for GPU accelerated compute applications.
The GV100 is the first Quadro based on the new Volta architecture. It combines the awesome power of 5120 CUDA cores plus 640 Tensor cores plus 32GB of HBM2 memory, making it the fastest compute card in production today.
Quadro Card Performance
The graphs below showing the relative performance you can expect from the different Quadros in a variety of popular professional graphics applications using the SPECviewperf 12.1 benchmark. The scores displayed in the graphs are in fps (frames per second), with a higher number indicating a smoother more responsive experience.
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