NVIDIA today unveiled an updated Quadro M6000 card with twice the VRAM as the model it introduced last year.
The card is still based on the GM200 and features a total of 3072 CUDA cores with 192 Texture Units and 96 ROPs. No changes have been made to the clock speeds as well, with the new card still reaching the same 1140MHz boost clock as the 12GB model from last year.
The M6000 24GB also helps NVIDIA take the crown of offering the highest capacity professional graphics card from AMD. Until now, the highest capacity pro graphics card was the AMD FirePro W9100 that included 16GB of VRAM.
The updated card will be available for purchase starting this week and has been priced at $5000. Interestingly, that’s the same price NVIDIA charged for the M6000 card with 12GB VRAM.