Nvidia Finishes Rolling Out Quadro Pascal Update
Samuel Wan / 1 year ago
One of the major release yesterday was the new Pascal Quadro GP100 which obviously featured the massive GP100 die. In addition to the top end Quadro being released, Nvidia also updated the rest of their Quadro lineup with Pascal based GPUs. We have the new Quadro P4000, P2000, P1000, P600 and P400. All models are single slot cards.
First up we have the new P4000 which features a heavily cut down GP104 die with 1792 CUDA cores. Offering 5.3 TFLOPS of PF32 performance, it features a TDP of 105W clocked at about 1480MHz. Memory comes in over a 256bit bus with 8GB of GDRR5. Next up we have the P2000 which features the GP106 uses in the GTX 1060. Cut down to 1024 CUDA cores, it offers 3.0 TFLOPS of performance with a TDP of 75W. This should allow it to go without a PCIe power connector. Interestingly, it has a 160bit memory interface for 5GB of GDDR5.
Still further down the line we have the 3 GP107 based Quadros which are low profile. The P1000 features 640 CUDA cores, the same as in the GTX 1050 for 1.8 TFLOPS of performance at 47W TDP with 4GB of GDDR5. The P600 is even more severely cut down at 384 CUDA cores for 1.1 TFLOPS. Last of all, we have the P400 which offers a measly 256 CUDA cores for 0.8 TFLOPS. Nvidia went ham with their axe, cutting off two-thirds of GP107 to make this card. The P600 and P400 offer just 2GB of GDDR5.