The Quadro 2000 was announced today. With 192 CUDA cores, it doesn’t seem as good for CUDA as the GTX480. Both cards are roughly the same price.

Does everyone agree?

The Quadro 2000 was announced today. With 192 CUDA cores, it doesn’t seem as good for CUDA as the GTX480. Both cards are roughly the same price.

Does everyone agree?

The Quadro 2000 was announced today. With 192 CUDA cores, it doesn’t seem as good for CUDA as the GTX480. Both cards are roughly the same price.

Does everyone agree?

The Quadro 2000 is probably more or less equivalent to the GTS450, already the theoretical bandwidth is less than 1/4th of the GTX480 (41GB/s vs 177GB/s). My guess would be thats about the factor the Quadro 2000 is slower in CUDA applications than the GTX480.

Ceearem

P.S. There actually is no real equivalent to the GTX480 on the Quadro/Tesla lines. The most you get are 448 Cores equaling the GTX470, but with a bandwidth between GTX470 and GTX480.

Obviously if you are compute bound with double precision the Quadros/Teslas can be faster, since they have full double prec performance.

The Quadro 2000 is probably more or less equivalent to the GTS450, already the theoretical bandwidth is less than 1/4th of the GTX480 (41GB/s vs 177GB/s). My guess would be thats about the factor the Quadro 2000 is slower in CUDA applications than the GTX480.

Ceearem

P.S. There actually is no real equivalent to the GTX480 on the Quadro/Tesla lines. The most you get are 448 Cores equaling the GTX470, but with a bandwidth between GTX470 and GTX480.

Obviously if you are compute bound with double precision the Quadros/Teslas can be faster, since they have full double prec performance.