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NVIDIA Quadro K2000 2GB GDDR5 Graphics card (PNY Part #: VCQK2000-PB)

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  • 384 CUDA Cores
  • 2GB GDDR5 GPU Memory
  • 128-bit Memory Interface with 173GB/s Memory Bandwidth
  • DVI-I DL + DP 1.2 + DP 1.2 Display Connectors
  • Maximum DP Resolution 3840 x 2160 at 60Hz
  • Maximum DVI DL Resolution 2560 x 1600 at 60Hz
  • Maximum VGA Resolution 2048 x 1536 at 85Hz
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Product Description

The NVIDIA Quadro K2000 offers the perfect blend of performance and the latest productivity enhancing technical innovations at a very reasonable cost for a wide range of leading professional applications.

You get 2GB of GDDR5 GPU memory, 384 SMX CUDA parallel processing cores, the ability to drive up to four displays simultaneously, and full Shader Model 5 compatibility; all in a single slot form factor which requires no auxiliary power to deliver full performance.

Designed and built specifically for professional workstations. Professionals trust them to realize their most ambitions visions – whether it’s product design, visualization and simulation, or spectacular visual storytelling – and get results to market faster, more profitably, and with superior visual quality.

Package Includes:
• NVIDIA Quadro K2000 professional graphics board
• DisplayPort to DVI-D SL adapter
• DVI-I to VGA adapter
• Driver DVD for Windows 8, 7, Vista, and XP SP3 (32- and 64-bit)
• Printed QuickStart Guide

PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS:

GPU Memory  2GB GDDR5
Memory Interface  128-bit
Memory Bandwidth  64.0GB/s
CUDA Cores  384
System Interface  PCI Express 2.0 x16
Maximum Power Consumption  51W
Energy Star Enabling  Yes
Thermal Solution  Ultra-quiet active fansink
Form Factor  4.376” H × 7.97” L, Single Slot, Full Height
Display Connectors  DVI-I DL + DP 1.2 + DP 1.2
DisplayPort 1.2  Yes
DisplayPort with Audio  Yes
DVI-D Single-Link Connector  Via included adapter
VGA Support  Via included adapter
Number of Displays Supported  3 direct, 4 DP 1.2, 2 Win XP
Maximum DP 1.2 Resolution  3840 × 2160 at 60Hz
Maximum DVI-I DL Resolution  2560 × 1600 at 60Hz
Maximum DVI-I SL Resolution  1920 × 1200 at 60Hz
Maximum VGA Resolution  2048 × 1536 at 85Hz
HDCP Support  Yes
Graphics APIs  Shader Model 5.0, OpenGL 4.3, DirectX 11
Compute APIs  CUDA, DirectCompute, OpenCL
NVIEW  Yes
Mosaic Mode  Yes (Windows 7 and Linux)
NVIDIA t3D Vision Pro  Yes, via USB port

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 11 x 3 x 7 inches ; 1.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B00BLTE7DA
  • Item model number: VCQK2000-PB
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: February 26, 2013

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32 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Dimitrios Tolios on June 30, 2013
It took some time for nVidia to renew its Quadro line, as all of the Quadro 600/2000/4000/5000 were based on the 1st generation of Fermi architecture, pushing 4 yo technology in the market.
All the new Quadros based on the Kepler architecture we first saw in 6xx GTX cards, are now following a Kxxxx naming pattern.

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The CONs:

The K2000 is the mid/low-range addition in the line, replacing the Quadro 2000. On paper it is hard to compare the two cards, as despite the doubling of the CUDA cores in the newest K2000, the Fermi architecture offers vastly better compute performance per core than the newest Kepler architecture. If you are after boosting GPU accelerated applications with the K2000 like GPU renderers (Luxmark / VRay RT GPU / Octane Render etc) or the Adobe Mercury engine, you will be disappointed by the K2000. Its compute performance pales in comparison with the old Quadro 2000, or any gaming card even at half or 1/3 its price range which of course offers vastly increased core count and faster clocks.
More and more operations used in graphic and photo/video oriented applications are using GPGPU, but the K2000 is a horrible (for Y2013) compute card.

The PROs:

The K2000 has a lot of improvements over its predecessors: the RAM has been doubled, reaching 2GB, over the 1GB the Quadro 2000 had, and matching that of the Quadro 4000. The bus remains limited to 128bit and theoretically being much slower than the 256 and 384 bit high-end Quadros utilize, but real life performance proves that 128bit suffice for most of the viewport acceleration operations the card is called to perform at.
Real life memory utilization hasn't exceeded 1.4GB in any of the usage scenarios the card was subjected to.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Tempest790 on April 14, 2013
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I use this card for Autodesk Maya. I finally upgraded from my old Quadro 600 that worked good, but was looking for more performance. This card delivers. It's definitely pricier than consumer cards, but works well when you use 3D design programs or even Photoshop. I don't own a Quadro 4000, but looking at the specs, the K2000 is similar with more CUDA cores at half the price (win-win).

So far the only down side is early driver issues. 30 bit color no longer works in Maya, and the Force 10-bit mode in the driver causes both Photoshop and Maya to crash. That's very disappointing, since that's why I wanted a card with two displayport outputs to drive my 30 bit enabled primary monitor and displayport only second monitor.

However, like I've seen with the 600, drivers are updated frequently by NVidia, so I'm confident they'll get support up and running especially with their certified drivers.

Unless you need the extra performance or two displayport outputs, the K600 can be had at less than half the cost and still has good performance, making it a better value in my opinion.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Mike on May 11, 2014
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I built a high-end graphics workstation for my daughter who is a senior in college majoring in graphics arts. After months of research, weighing price and features of NVIDIA vs.the competition, I decided to go NVIDIA. I run a team that provides modeling and simulation services to the government. All our machines use NVIDIA Quadro cards. All my technicians swear by them. I consulted other professionals and they universally recommended the Quadro series for workstation applications, mostly because of the drivers. That is the big difference with NVIDIA Quadros, their drivers. I then had to decide how much pain to endure in terms of price. I was afraid the 600-series cards would not be powerful enough for life after college and the 4,000 series prices are just cost prohibitive for me personally. As it is, this card was the single most expensive part of the build. Having said all that, I could not be more pleased. The performance on the Autodesk software my daughter uses is outstanding. No hesitation even with her most demanding 3D animation products. I didn't know much about drivers, but there are more to the Quadro drivers than just making the card work. The features and flexibility you get are unmatched in anything you would experience on your average PC. The ability to create multiple virtual desktops for your different process applications is very useful. My daughter can now have a series of applications open and diaplayed on her dual-monitor rig with a set of views for animation, another for photo editing, another for writing, all by loading the desired profile. All the apps load and the displays pop up in the precise location she wants them, all by selecting a saved profile. Buying this card was a good decision and research pays off.Read more ›
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By California Cycleworks on April 4, 2014
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This and the AMD/ATI FirePro W5000 seem the best value in CAD gpu's right now. More performance than ever before and the fair price point of $400. Until your software vendor can prove, substantiate, and quantify improved performance, these are all the card you'll need for your CAD workstation.

I bought the FirePro W5000 last year when there was a ~$200 rebate. I'm using RapidWorks and it fared poorly on their Performance Profiler in the "Binding Texture Download" section. RapidWorks is the same software as Geomagic and RapidForm XOR.

This K2000's score in the Binding Texture Download crushed the W5000 and otherwise was roughly half to 2/3 performance of the W5000 in the other Profiler tests. Windows Experience dropped from 7.6 with the W5000 to 7.3 with the K2000. I have not observed big difference in Rhino 5. Anecdotally, in RapidWorks, rotating the model seems to be less disruptive. It doesn't disappear as much as with the W5000 card.

Quadro K2000:
» Windows Experience: 7.3
» Texture Mapping Fill Rate: as resolution goes smaller, K2000 doubles W5000's performance
21 million triangles/sec at maximum resolution of 4096 x 4096 texels, 32 bpp ( good )
132 million triangles/sec at 16 x 16 texels, 32 bpp ( high-end )
» Texture Download Bandwidth:
2.2 GB/sec at maximum resolution of 4096 x 4096 texels, 32 bpp ( high-end )
110.9 MB/sec at 16 x 16 texels, 32 bpp ( extremely poor )
» Binding Texture Download Bandwidth:
2.
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