Nvidia Quadro K2000D

The Nvidia Quadro K2000D is a graphics card designed for professional applications. Its featuring a base clock speed of 954MHz, 384 CUDA cores and a memory clock speed of 1000MHz, this card is able to deliver a remarkable performance. It has a 2GB GDDR5 memory with an effective memory clock speed of 4000MHz connected via a 128-bit memory bus and a bandwidth of 64GB/s. The NVIDIA Quadro K2000D supports DirectX 11, OpenGL 4.3 and OpenCL 1.1 and has a width of 202mm and a height of 111mm. With a TDP of 51W also a PCI Express version 2, this card is powered by a 28nm process.

Nvidia Quadro K2000D – specs

Clock speeds
Base clock speed:954MHz
Boost clock speed:no data
Memory clock speed:1000MHz
Effective memory clock speed:4000MHz
Memory size:2GB
Memory type:GDDR5
Memory Bus:128bit
Bandwidth:64 GB/s
Graphics features
Card details
Process size:28 nm
Cuda cores:384
PCI Express version:2

Nvidia Quadro K2000D - FAQ

Is Nvidia Quadro K2000D graphics good for gaming?

No, the Nvidia Quadro K2000D is not good for gaming due to its lower base clock speed, smaller memory size and fewer cuda cores. Despite having a higher memory clock speed and higher bandwidth, the lower base clock speed and lack of a boost clock speed will limit the performance when gaming.

What is the equivalent of the Nvidia Quadro K2000D?

The performance equivalent of the Nvidia Quadro K2000D card is the AMD Radeon R7 250X card.

How many watts does the Nvidia Quadro K2000D use?

The Nvidia Quadro K2000D at its peak consumes around 51 watts.

How many GBs of RAM does the Nvidia Quadro K2000D have?

The Nvidia Quadro K2000D has 2GB of RAM.

How many CUDA cores does the Nvidia Quadro K2000D have?

The Nvidia Quadro K2000D is equipped with 384 CUDA cores.

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