PNY Technologies P5000 Overview
Designed for generating high-resolution graphics and large datasets for VR, graphic design, and advanced calculations, PNY Technology's Quadro P5000 Graphics Card can beef up your workstation to increase performance. Based on NVIDIA's 16nm Pascal architecture, the Quadro P5000 features 2560 CUDA cores coupled to 16GB of VRAM with a 256-bit memory bus providing a maximum of 8.9 TFLOPS of single-precision computing power. Using supported APIs and CUDA, that computing performance can translate into high resolution and realistic real-time 2D and 3D graphics rendering or improved computing speed with hardware acceleration.
The output panel on this card features four DisplayPort terminals and a dual-link DVI-D port. Up to four monitors can be simultaneously supported by a single card, without any extra hardware, to create high-resolution video walls with your workstation or for more desktop real-estate to increase productivity. DisplayPort 1.4 support allows this card to drive UHD 5K displays as well. The DVI port and the included DisplayPort to DVI adapters can be used for connecting to legacy hardware while separately available adapters can be used with this card to drive other kinds of displays and projectors.
For cooling, the P5000 uses a blower-style cooler. This cooler uses a radial fan to force air through the card's heatsink and out through the rear of the case. This cooling configuration can be used in crowded workstation environments with multiple GPUs or where space between computer components can be a concern, as hot air is not recirculated back into the case.
NVIDIA's parallel computing platform which enables an increase in computing performance by harnessing the parallel nature of GPU processing. CUDA compatible applications can assign intensive parallel computing tasks, such as real-time video rendering, to the GPU to process, freeing up the computer's CPU to run other tasks.
Using GPUDirect, multiple GPUs, third party network adapters, solid-state drives (SSDs), and other devices can directly read and write CUDA host and device memory, eliminating unnecessary memory copies, dramatically lowering CPU overhead, and reducing latency, resulting in significant performance improvements in data transfer times for applications.
Quadro Sync II
By connecting up to four compatible Quadro GPUs to a separate Quadro Sync board you can perfectly synchronize the display outputs of all the connected GPUs for critical video wall and extended desktop applications utilizing multiple displays. Quadro Sync also enables NVIDIA Quadro Mosaic technology on those synchronized displays and projectors, providing an easy way to scale the resolution of any application. Quadro Sync II allows for two Quadro Sync cards to be used in the same system, enabling support for up to 32 displays with stereoscopic visuals and support for projector overlap, and WMI (Windows Instrumentation Management).
Leverage multiple displays to easily span any application across multiple displays or projectors from a single workstation, without sacrificing performance or power. Combined with NVIDIA's nView desktop management software you also get bezel correction and projector overlap for seamless multi-display exhibition.