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Delivering the industry's best-in-class performance across leading professional ISV applications, the NVIDIA Quadro 2000D by PNY features two dual-link DVI-I connectors to drive two ultra-high-resolution panels and add flexibility for multi-monitor configurations. Professional applications can take advantage of the Quadro 2000D advanced feature set, including Scalable Geometry Engine technology, 192 NVIDIA CUDA parallel processing cores and 1GB of memory for fast processing of complex models and scenes.
The NVIDIA Quadro 2000D by PNY also delivers the industry's most advanced diagnostic imaging graphics solution. Offering two dual-link DVI-I connectors for display flexibility, support for 10/12-bit grayscale monitors up to 10Mpixels, and DICOM monitor calibration capabilities – the Quadro 2000D enables more confident medical analysis.
Based on NVIDIA's award-winning Fermi Architecture, the Quadro 2000D delivers advanced capabilities including 3D Vision Pro for high quality stereoscopic 3D environments and Mosaic Technology which enables any application to scale across up to eight displays using multiple Quadro graphics boards.
Does everything I need and then some
Pros: First off I like that this card is very small, quiet and stays cool even during intense simulations.
Cons: Nothing major. I did experience some slow downs after running Maya for a long time but that might just be Maya's fault.
Other Thoughts: For the price this card is perfect for any 3D artist who also likes to play games. There are better cards out there but if you're a freelance artist like me this will get everything done at a reasonable cost.
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Good Midrange 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 motherbaord with an 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: Not cheap - but you get what you pay for.
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Pros: I was concerned when I unpacked it and it said "minimum system requirements were I5, I7, Phenom...", when I only had an E8400 on an Asus P5N-D motherboard. But my fears were unfounded. It installed well (I used the driver from the Solidworks site). My only glitch was forgetting to recheck "extend my windows desktop onto this monitor" for monitor 2. Until I did that, I could not get the second monitor to work. My 3dMark06 score went from 4917 with a N220GT, to 11671 with this Quadro 2000D. Have a 550W power supply, and there do not seem to be any issues.
Cons: Have not noticed any yet.
Other Thoughts: I am using this for engineering software packages. Needed something to bump up my older workstation processing speed while I wait for the new Sandy Bridge enthusiast chips to come out in the fall. I was severely limited by my installed power supply, and this was the beefiest graphics card I could upgrade to without some serious re-building! The quadro 4000 needs 12 v at 39 Amps, which would have smoked my existing power supply, for instance.
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“First off I like that this card is very small, quiet and stays cool even during intense simulations.— 3/28/2012
I use Maya 2012 ...”
“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