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Nvidia Announces Quadro M4000 and M5000 Maxwell-Based GPUs

NVIDIA announced the successors to the Quadro K5200 and K4200 graphics cards and the two new cards have been dubbed the Quadro M5000 and the Quadro M4000. These two new cards are based on the Maxwell 2 architecture just as the Quadro M6000 announced back in April was, and these aren’t just some wash up rebrands of previous cards but offer a performance that should be double that of the predecessors.

NVIDIA isn’t always quick to share all the details on these new cards, but we can predict the missing information based on the information we got and the general knowledge of the systems and chips. The first thing we don’t fully know is the actual GPU, but based on the CUDA cores it is safe to assume that it is a fully enabled GM204 with 2048 CUDA cores and the full 256-bit memory bus. The M4000 is using the same GPU, but it only has 1664 active CUDA cores. Both cards are almost equal when it comes to memory as they both feature 8GB GDDR5 memory. The M5000’s memory is clocked slightly higher and it also features a software based ECC support.

A thing that didn’t change much over the predecessor Quadro cards K4200 and K5200 is the power consumption. They all draw power from a single 6-pin PCIe power connector and the M5000 comes with a TDP of 150W, same as the K5200. The Quadro M4000 got a slight bump up to a 120W TDP over the previous 105″.

The new generation Maxwell GPU has a lot of benefits over the older Kepler and one of them is being able to native support up to four 4k monitors and both of these cards can do that with four DisplayPort connectors. The Quadro M4000 is a single slot card that doesn’t have room for more connectors, but the Quadro M5000 being a dual-slot card also comes with a DVI connector.

NVIDIA never discloses the prices of these cards, they leave that up to the card partners, but it’s safe to assume that it will be around the same as the predecessor cards, $2000 and $1000 for the Quadro M5000 and Quadro M4000 respectively

Bohs Hansen

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