Shortly after the GTX Titan X launch Nvidia now releases the Quadro M600 based on the same GM200 GPU, also with 12 GB of vram. Nvidia also is launching a Quadro VCA 2015 renderserver.
Quadro M6000 is based on the GM200 GPU, signaling a long-awaited extension of the company's Maxwell architecture into workstation graphics. As you will notice the M6000's spec sheet is almost identical to the Titan X. The K6000, sold for over $4000 at Newegg. The card has a similar to the X TDP at 250 Watt. The Quadro M600 can drive up-to four 4K displays thanks to the four display ports. The card has an NCENC encoder chip that would be able to record in real-time video imagery with the hevc-codec.
|Compute Units||3072 CUDA cores||2880 CUDA cores||2816 Stream Processors|
|Peak FP32 Performance (SP)||7 TFLOPS||5.2 TFLOPS||5.24 TFLOPS|
|Peak FP64 Performance (DP)||219 GFLOPS||1.73 TFLOPS||2.62 TFLOPS|
|Memory Bandwidth||317.4 GB/s||288 GB/s||320 GB/s|
|4K2K Displays @ 60Hz||4||2||3|
|Power Consumption||222W Graphics
NVIDIA announced a new Quadro VCA today, which effectively contains eight of the new M6000.