Nvidia has announced an update to the Quadro M6000 workstation GPU, a year after its initial introduction. The M6000 GPU now has a VRAM size of 24GB, which is twice that of a consumer-grade GTX Titan X GPU. Aside from the major upgrade in VRAM, other specifications of the 24GB M6000 remains the same as its predecessor.
Nvidia’s Quadro M6000 comes with a GM200 Maxwell 2.0 GPU architecture and 6 GPC (Graphics Processing Clusters). In addition to that, the Quadro M6000 also comes with 3072 CUDA Cores, 192 Texture Mapping Units, 96 Render Output Units and 3MB worth of L2 cache. The core clock of Nvidia’s newest workstation GPU is 988MHZ, which is slightly lower compared to the GTX Titan X.
Knowing this, it will come to no surprise then that Nvidia’s Quadro M6000 is priced at US$5,000 (about RM20,000). According to sources, the Quadro M6000 will be made available by this week. More information regarding the Quadro M6000 can be found here.