Nvidia launches NVS 300 for multi-display enterprise setups

By Matthew ยท 5 replies
Dec 2, 2010
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  1. Nvidia has introduced a new graphics card to its NVS enterprise line, which emphasizes low power consumption and support for multi-display configurations. The Quadro NVS 300 operates 25% more efficiently than the NVS 295, which translates to 5.5W less power consumed. That's quite a savings when you consider the NVS 295 has a maximum consumption of only 23W. Thanks to its sub-18W TDP, the low-profile card is passively cooled, so it should be about as quiet as GPUs get.

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  2. lchu12

    lchu12 TS Booster Posts: 195   +9

    Nice...will definitely keep this card in mind.
  3. KG363

    KG363 TS Guru Posts: 515   +9

    but can it run crysis...........warhead?
  4. TeamworkGuy2

    TeamworkGuy2 TS Enthusiast Posts: 191

    Why are enterprise video cards always so expensive?
    Sounds like similar specs and power consumption to a HD 4550 or HD 5450...
  5. madboyv1

    madboyv1 TechSpot Paladin Posts: 1,473   +378

    If I knew you I'd hit you. =p
  6. dividebyzero

    dividebyzero trainee n00b Posts: 4,891   +1,264

    Drivers are another level up from desktop boards. Workstation/HPC/business cards usually have 24/7 support -which is at a much higher level than any gaming card- factored into it's pricing.

    The cards are designed for display monitors, multi screen security camera operations and business enviroments in general. The $149 pricetag doesn't mean as much when taxation allowances ( inc depreciation) and general business expenditure substitute for an individuals hard-earned cash.

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