NVIDIA Announces Quadro FX 5800

Posted: Nov 10 2008, 10:18am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 11:33am CDT , in Hardware & Peripherals


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NVIDIA has announced its latest Quadro graphics card called the FX 5800. The card uses CUDA massively Parallel Processing Architecture and is designed for robust performance for the oil and gas exploration, medical imaging, and styling/design applications.

The FX 5800 offers 4GB of graphics memory, a first in the graphics industry. Other features include up to 240 CUDA programmable parallel cores and more. NVIDIA says that other advanced features of the card include interactive 4D modeling with time lapse, memory bandwidth of up to 102 GB per second, fill rates over 52 billion texels per second and 300 million triangles per second and more.

"The size and complexity of data is growing at an exponential rate. The challenge for today's professional is to make sense of the mountain of data by distilling it into a form they can comprehend, analyze and use to make impactful decisions," said Jeff Brown, general manager, Professional Solutions, NVIDIA. "At stake can be billions of investment dollars, or even people's lives. The Quadro FX 5800 has advanced features to allow massive datasets to be viewed beyond traditional 3D enabling professionals to make fast and accurate decisions."


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