Nvidia Quadro 6000

The Nvidia Quadro 6000 is a dynamic graphics card offering 448 CUDA cores for exceptional graphics performance. With a 574MHz base clock speed and a 747MHz memory clock speed, the card is able to access 6GB of GDDR5 memory with a 384-bit memory bus, while boasting a high memory clock speed of 2988MHz also the impressive 143GB/s bandwidth. The card is DirectX 11 and OpenGL 4.3 compatible and supports OpenCL 1.2. It is designed to fit into a 2.0 PCI Express slot with a 40nm process size and it has a TDP of 204W. It is a single slot card, with dimensions of 248mm x 110mm.

Nvidia Quadro 6000 – specs

Clock speeds
Base clock speed:574MHz
Boost clock speed:no data
Memory clock speed:747MHz
Effective memory clock speed:2988MHz
Memory size:6GB
Memory type:GDDR5
Memory Bus:384bit
Bandwidth:143 GB/s
Graphics features
Card details
Process size:40 nm
Cuda cores:448
PCI Express version:2

Nvidia Quadro 6000 - FAQ

Is Nvidia Quadro 6000 graphics good for gaming?

No, the Nvidia Quadro 6000 is not good for gaming due to its low base clock speed of 574MHz, slow memory clock speed of 747MHz, and only 448 Cuda cores. It also has a low 6GB of GDDR5 memory and a 384-bit memory bus with a bandwidth of 143GB/s.

What is the equivalent of the Nvidia Quadro 6000?

The performance equivalent of the Nvidia Quadro 6000 card is the AMD Radeon 535 card.

How many watts does the Nvidia Quadro 6000 use?

The Nvidia Quadro 6000 at its peak consumes around 204 watts.

How many GBs of RAM does the Nvidia Quadro 6000 have?

The Nvidia Quadro 6000 has 6GB of RAM.

How many CUDA cores does the Nvidia Quadro 6000 have?

The Nvidia Quadro 6000 is equipped with 448 CUDA cores.

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