NVIDIA Unveils The Quadro P6000, The "World's Fastest GPU"
Written by Michael Larabel in NVIDIA on 25 July 2016 at 09:39 PM EDT. 8 Comments
Just days after NVIDIA announced the new GTX TITAN X powered by Pascal that clocks in at 11 TFLOPS, NVIDIA unveiled at SIGGRAPH today what they call "the world's fastest GPU" and is capable of 12 TFLOPS.

The Quadro P6000 boasts 3840 CUDA cores and 12 TFLOPS of compute power while the P5000 has 2560 CUDA cores and 8.9 TFLOPS. The P6000 has a power draw of 250 Watts, 12GB of GDDR5X video memory while the P5000 has 16GB of GDDR5X.

Quadro workstation fans can learn more about the Pascal Quadro cards via NVIDIA's blog and the new product page.
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