NVIDIA Shows Quadro Plex 2200 D2

Although this is not a consumer qraphics platform, the coolness factor alone warrants a peek. Developed on the Quadro side of NVIDIA it is designed for high end CAD and 3D applications. The Quadro Plex 2200 D2 features two of NVIDIA's top of the line Quadro FX 5800 GPUs with a combined frame buffer (memory) capacity of 8 GB.

Available in a menacing looking tower or 3U Rackmount form factors this "dedicated deskside visual computing system (VCS)" is sure to pack a polygon manipulating punch.


 

Breakthrough Visual Computing Power:
Professional users can dynamically scale graphics performance, get enhance image quality, and expand their display real estate with NVIDIA® SLI® multi-GPU technology. SLI Mosaic Mode enables transparent use of multiple Quadro GPUs with multiple displays presenting a single logical Quadro GPU to the operating system.

Maximize Image Quality, Resolution, and Display Size:
Quadro Plex 2200 D2 features best-of-class display solutions with up to 128 SLI FSAA. The Quadro® G-Sync solution enables frame synchronization, genlock, and frame lock for further scaling of performance, quality, and resolution.

Industry-Standard Architectures:
Built on proven Quadro GPUs and unified driver architecture, Quadro Plex 2200 D2 provides the flexibility to be set up with any certified PCI Express® x16 platform with Gen 2 support, and is certified on the industry’s leading professional applications. Deploy the visual supercomputer at your deskside or 3U rackmount form factor fits any standard 19” rack environment.

Pricing?  We can't seem to find that information just yet but it's safe to say that it's going cost an arm and a leg.  Actually, word on the street is it'll run you about $10,750; so maybe an arm, leg and left ear.  However, if you're the type to put this kind of muscle to work, you'll likely have the budget for it.

Via:  NVIDIA
Tags:  Nvidia, Quadro, Show, SHO, plex, WS, id
Comments
3vi1 6 years ago

>> it'll run you about $10,750

For that price, you could almost buy an Alienware ALX! :p

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