Boost your enterprise's productivity with the NVIDIA?® NVS?"? 310 by PNY dual-display professional graphics solution. This graphics board provides a reliable hardware and software platform to enable fast, cost-effective integration, deployment, and support across large enterprises. Each NVS 310 board features DisplayPort 1.2, NVIDIA Mosaic?"? Technology, and NVIDIA NVIEW desktop management software, and can drive up to two 30-bit displays at resolutions up to 2560x1600 at 60Hz. This allows business professionals to maximize productivity by increasing their desktop real estate and leveraging advanced application-management tools. Plus, every NVS 310 is tested on leading business applications and designed with the ideal balance of performance and power to meet the needs of today's most demanding business user.
NVIDIA power management technology reduces overall system energy costs. It intelligently adapts the total power utilization of the graphics subsystem based on the applications being run by the end user. This power optimized design helps reduce Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) and increase reliability.
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This review is from: PNY VCNVS310DVI-PB Quadro NVS 310 512MB 64-bit DDR3 PCI Express 2.0 x16 HDCP Ready Workstation Video Card
Pros: Quiet, cannot hear the fan.
Cons: The only con is what took me forever to figure out to get high-res hd to work, and actually, I had help from PNY tech support at 973-515-9700, http://www3.pny.com/AboutPNY/Contact_Us.aspx These guys were great, one phone transfer to a state side technichian. The cables provided with this card do not support 2560x1600 (displayport to d-dvi) 1920x1200 max with d-dvi I have two Dell u3011 HD displays and the card puts out the 2560x1600 when using a diplayport to displayport cable. I never uninstalled my previous AMD Video Drivers and everything still installed perfect by NVIDIA. I also have a Wacom Cintiq HD tablet and use a j5 create HDMI/USB connector for a third monitor, and the NVIDIA control panel recognizes it and lets me configure it. I am using an XT Desktop, 350 watt consumption, windows 7, 16GB RAM, i7 processor at 3.4 GHz In closing my only recommendation is stay with the native connector for the video card. PNY Tech support said that displayport to d-dvi doe not support 2560x1600 but does at the lower HD. This would have been great if it was in the spec sheet.
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