Delivering the industry's best-in-class performance across leading CAD and DCC applications, the NVIDIA Quadro 2000 by PNY mid-range professional graphics solution features Scalable Geometry Engine technology and 1GB of GDDR5 memory for fast processing of complex models and scenes.
The NVIDIA Quadro 2000 provides an affordable, high performance experience that can transform how engineers, designers and animators work every day, supports Microsoft DirectX 11.0, OpenGL 4.1 and Shader Model 5.0 hardware acceleration, and drives a variety of displays including: CRTs, Digital Flat Panels, Projectors, and HDTVs.
PNY provides unsurpassed service and commitment to its professional graphics customers offering: 3 year warranty, pre- and post-sales support, dedicated Quadro Field Application engineers and direct tech support hot lines. In addition, PNY delivers a complete solution including the appropriate adapters, cables, brackets, driver CD and documentation to ensure a quick and successful install.
A little disappointed
Pros: This one is quiet and not a space heater. Good for video editing in premiere does ok in lightwave 3d. I bought 2 for video editing but they do not SLI. I knew that going in but for this price, why not??? Not a gamers card for sure only 7.0 on the windows experience scorecard.
Cons: Ok, I really expected more from this card. The price tag says it should be over the top for workstation duty. I do 3D modeling and rendering and I'm just not seeing the bonus that the price tag seems to be promising. It does render SOME premiere stuff faster and video playback has been spot on thus far.
Other Thoughts: Cooler Master Storm Trooper SGC-5000-KKN1
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Good Midrange Workstation Card
Pros: I use the Quadro 2000D in builds for customers workstations based off a Intel DP67BGB3 motherboards. This card works great for most CAD/CAM software out there. I always install the latest Nvidi drivers. The card does not require a lot of power like older midrange workstations cards did. With the Intel DP67BGB3 with a i7 2600 processor along with 16GB of Mushkin Blackline 1600 1.35v low voltage memory and a Western Digital Black SATA3 hard drive a good quality 350Watt power supply has plenty of power to run the system. This of course assumes no over clocking which would require more power.
Cons: Price - But you get what you pay for.
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Decent for SolidWorks 2011
Pros: This card is great for smaller to medium assemblies in SolidWorks 2011. The technical specs aren't anything to brag about, but this card will get the job done.
Cons: - The price is a bit high for this level of performance, but that's not ENTIRELY the fault of the manufacturer.
Other Thoughts: Despite the card being adequate for our needs, I'll be going with a GPU a notch higher next time. I'd rather have more than just enough. The computer with this card will make a nice backup workstation.
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Good entry level Card
Pros: I work in 3d Graphics, 3D max and Auto CAD are my main software, I got this card to replace a GTX465, the overall performance is OK but not as suspected.
Cons: the performance was not as suspected,performance was like 10% more than a GTX 465, and since there is not performance drives yet for 3d MAX it is not really worth the investment.
Other Thoughts: If you are looking for a entry level card with low budget, I'll recommend the ATI V5800 same qualities memory and performance drivers for Max and CAD.
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“This card is great for smaller to medium assemblies in SolidWorks 2011. The technical specs aren't anything to brag about, ...”— 5/2/2011
“I use the Quadro 2000D in builds for customers workstations based off a Intel DP67BGB3 motherboards. This card works great ...”— Nice Pony 1/16/2012