NVIDIA Quadro PLEX 2200 S4 Professional Computing Solution

4x Quadro FX 5800

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Overview
Manufacturer
NVIDIA
Original Series
Quadro PLEX
Release Date
August 12th, 2008
Graphics Processing Unit
GPU Model
4× GT200B
Architecture
Tesla
Fabrication Process
55 nm
Die Size
4× 470 mm2
Transistors Count
4× 1.4B
Transistors Density
3M TRAN/mm2
Cores
4× 240 (960)
SM
4× 10 (40)
TPCs
4× 2 (8)
TMUs
4× 80 (320)
ROPs
4× 32 (128)
Clocks
Base Clock
610 MHz
Memory Clock
800 MHz
Effective Memory Clock
1600 Mbps
Memory Configuration
Memory Size
4× 4096 (16384) MB
Memory Type
GDDR3
Memory Bus Width
4× 512 (2048)-bit
Memory Bandwidth
4× 102.4 (409.6) GB/s

Physical
Interface
PCI-Express 2.0 x16
TDP/TBP
1200 W
API Support
DirectX
10.1
Vulkan
-
OpenGL
3.3
OpenCL
1.0

Performance
Pixel Fillrate
78.1 GPixels/s
Texture Fillrate
195.2 GTexel/s
Peak FP32
1.2 TFLOPS
FP32 Perf. per Watt
976 FLOPS/W
FP32 Perf. per mm2
623 FLOPS/mm2




 ModelCoresBoost ClockMemory ClockMemory Config.
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NVIDIA Quadro PLEX 2200 S4
 
960
-
 
1.6 Gbps
 
64 GB GD3 512b
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NVIDIA Quadro PLEX 2100 S4
 
512
-
 
1.6 Gbps
 
24 GB GD3 384b
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NVIDIA Quadro PLEX 2100 D4
 
512
-
 
1.6 Gbps
 
16 GB GD3 256b
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NVIDIA Quadro PLEX 1000 Model-II - -
 
1.2 Gbps
 
8 GB GD3 256b
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NVIDIA Quadro PLEX 7000
 
896
-
 
3 Gbps
 
23.9 GB GD5 384b
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NVIDIA Quadro PLEX 2200 D2
 
480
-
 
1.6 Gbps
 
16 GB GD3 512b
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NVIDIA Quadro PLEX 1000 Model-IV
 
256
-
 
1.6 Gbps
 
6 GB GD3 384b
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NVIDIA Quadro PLEX 1000 Model-I - -
 
1.2 Gbps
 
4 GB GD3 256b
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NVIDIA Quadro PLEX 1000 Model-III - -
 
1.2 Gbps
 
4 GB GD3 256b
 ModelCoresBoost ClockMemory ClockMemory Config.
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NVIDIA Quadro PLEX 2200 S4
 
960
-
 
1.6 GB/s
 
64 GB GD3 512b
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NVIDIA Tesla M1060
 
960
-
 
1.6 GB/s
 
64 GB GD3 512b
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NVIDIA Tesla S1070
 
960
-
 
1.6 GB/s
 
64 GB GD3 512b
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NVIDIA Tesla S1075
 
960
-
 
1.6 GB/s
 
64 GB GD3 512b
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NVIDIA Quadro PLEX 2200 D2
 
480
-
 
1.6 GB/s
 
16 GB GD3 512b
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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 295
 
480
-
 
2 GB/s
 
3.5 GB GD3 448b
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NVIDIA Quadro FX 5800
 
240
-
 
1.6 GB/s
 
4 GB GD3 512b
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NVIDIA Quadro FX 5800 SDI
 
240
-
 
1.6 GB/s
 
4 GB GD3 512b
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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 285
 
240
-
 
2.5 GB/s
 
1 GB GD3 512b
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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 275
 
240
-
 
2.3 GB/s
 
896 MB GD3 448b
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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 260 (216 Cores 55nm)
 
216
-
 
2 GB/s
 
896 MB GD3 448b
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NVIDIA Quadro FX 4800
 
192
-
 
1.6 GB/s
 
1.5 GB GD3 384b
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NVIDIA Quadro FX 4800 Mac Edition
 
192
-
 
1.6 GB/s
 
1.5 GB GD3 384b
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NVIDIA Quadro FX 3800
 
192
-
 
1.6 GB/s
 
1 GB GD3 256b
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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 260 (55nm)
 
192
-
 
2 GB/s
 
896 MB GD3 448b

Quadro Plex 2200 S4
The NVIDIA® Quadro® Plex 2200 S4, ultra-dense remote and distributed graphics visualization solution, featuring 960 CUDA parallel processing cores, enables breakthrough levels of capability and productivity.

NVIDIA® Quadro® Plex 2200 S4 dedicated visual computing system (VCS) delivers remote and distributed graphics visualization for breakthrough levels of capability and productivity. Architected with four Quadro FX 5800 GPUs, the Quadro Plex 2200 S4 enables graphics-intensive, high-density visual computing and scales to meet the most demanding professional applications requirements.

Four Quadro FX 5800 GPUs in a single 1U form factor delivers the highest density rendering solution for rack mount environments

Revolutionary CUDA parallel computing architecture for high performance visualization
Featuring 960 CUDA parallel processing cores (240 cores per GPU) for high performance visualization. Delivers up to 270x gains in performance on applications that can be written to leverage the parallel architecture of the GPU exposed through a C language environment and tool suite

Breakthrough Performance for all leading visualization applications
Certified on industry leading CAD, DCC, scientific, and visualization applications

Advanced remote and distributed visualization solutions
Efficient remote graphics serving capabilities and scales GPU resources for offline rendering

New NVIDIA Quadro Plex Systems Bring Visual Supercomputing To The Deskside

Featuring 480 Processing Cores, NVIDIA CUDA Programmability and 8 GB of Graphics Memory, New Quadro Plex Systems Maximize Visual Computing for Styling and Design, Geosciences and Scientific Visualization

SIGGRAPH 2008—LOS ANGELES, CA—August 12, 2008—3D models and datasets have become too large for the standard desktop workstation to handle. To help combat the problem, NVIDIA Corporation, the worldwide leader in visual computing technologies, announced today the D Series of NVIDIA Quadro Plex® Visual Computing Systems (VCS) available in deskside or rackmount configurations. Engineered to provide the most robust NVIDIA Quadro® GPU visualization performance to date, the Quadro Plex systems are ideal for the styling and design, geosciences and scientific visualization industries, working with extremely large 3D models, datasets and power walls. The new Quadro Plex series provides performance improvements of up to 100% over previous versions and offers massively parallel processing capabilities using multiple Quadro graphics cards for visualization, large-scale projection and display, or computation with the NVIDIA® CUDA™ Parallel Computing Processor.

The Quadro Plex D2 will be featured in technology demonstrations of real-time NVIDIA GPU-based raytracing, large scale CAD modeling and 4K HD power walls at SIGGRAPH 2008 in Los Angeles, August 12-14, 2008 (NVIDIA Booth 554).

The NVIDIA Quadro Plex 2200 D2 VCS, with two Quadro GPUs, 4 dual-link DVI channels, and 8 GB of frame buffer memory, is designed for advanced visualization of extremely large models and datasets, as well as high-performance computing processes. Its partner, the Quadro Plex 2100 D4 VCS with four GPUs, 8 dual-link DVI channels and a 4 GB frame buffer, is optimized for multi-display applications.

A Quadro Plex D series VCS can turn workstations and servers into visual supercomputers. Easily connected to a host workstation via a low-power PCI Express adapter card, the Quadro Plex VCS gives workstations the massively parallel processing capabilities of multiple Quadro graphics cards and features an ultra-quiet design, allowing the system to be deployed deskside. It can also be deployed in a standard 3U, 19-inch rackmount configuration, for maximum visual computational density.

The new Quadro Plex 2200 D2 VCS houses two Quadro FX 5800 GPUs, providing 480 NVIDIA CUDA Parallel Computing Processor cores and 8GB of graphics memory. The thermal and power management capabilities of the chassis offer up to 20% performance improvement over standard add-in graphics, making it the most powerful visual computing system available. The Quadro Plex 2100 D4 VCS houses up to four Quadro FX 4700 GPUs, powering up to four displays via its dual-link DVI outputs, and up to eight displays with its high-resolution projection capabilities.

“For the first time, the Quadro Plex D Series, with our latest Quadro GPU technology, brings visual supercomputing to the deskside, combining advanced visualization and computational performance together in a Quadro system,” says Jeff Brown, general manager, Professional Solutions, NVIDIA. “From the unprecedented power of the Quadro Plex to our Quadro FX mobile notebook solutions, professionals across multiple markets can now get the level of Quadro performance that best meets their individual visualization needs.”

The Quadro Plex D Series VCS will be available in September 2008 with prices beginning at $10,750.