After announcing the insanely powerful GeForce GTX Titan X, NVIDIA today unveiled the Quadro M6000 that is based on the same GM200 GPU as the GTX Titan X. It also offers 12GB of video memory like its gaming oriented sibling.
The Quadro M6000 features a total of 3072 CUDA cores based on NVIDIA’s Maxwell GPU architecture, with a peal FP32 performance of 7TFLOPS in single-precesion and peak FP64 performance of 219GFLOPS in dual-precision. It includes a 384-bit wide memory interface with a memory bandwidth of 317.4 GB/s. It too has a TDP of 250W, just like the GTX Titan X.
You will be able to drive four different monitors with the card at 4K 60Hz thanks to the four DisplayPorts that are included. It also features an NCENC encoder chip to enable real-time video recording using the new HEVC codec. NVIDIA announced the Quadro VCA as well, its high-end network-attached render server. The VCA includes eight GM200 based GPUs.
No word on pricing and availability yet but it will obviously not come cheap as its predecessor carried a price-tag of $4000.