NVIDIA Quadro RTX 4000 PCI-E 8GB ETA mid-August
[ Rear Ports ]
To compliment its focus on professional 3D applications, the Quadro RTX 4000 supports up to four monitors at the same time. Three can be connected via DisplayPort outputs, and the fourth through VirtualLink. That is a newer connector - a specialized Type C port combining DisplayPort, USB 3.1, and power. It was conceived as a single-cable connectivity to next-generation VR headsets, but can also be used (with the included DisplayPort adapter) to connect a normal monitor.
Note: Puget Systems has discovered a manufacturing defect on RTX 4000 cards. This problem is not unique to Puget Systems. To our knowledge, it extends to all RTX 4000 cards manufactured since late May 2020. Until this is resolved, we have chosen to halt shipments on this card.
|Motherboard Connection||PCI Express 3.0 x16|
|Maximum Digital Resolution||7680x4320|
|Maximum DVI Resolution||1600x1200|
|Maximum DisplayPort Resolution||7680x4320|
|Maximum Monitors Supported||4|
|Multi-GPU Technology||Not Available|
|Memory Type||GDDR6 ECC|
|Single Precision Floating Point (Peak)||7.1 Tflops|
|Half Precision Floating Point (Peak)||28.5 Tflops|
|Cooling System||Blower Type|
|DirectX Support||DirectX 12|
|Port 1||USB Type-C|
|Plug 1||8-pin PCI-E|
|Length||241 mm (9.5 in)|
|Height||112 mm (4.4 in)|
|Width||19 mm (0.7 in)|
Uses GTX style mounting holes
Configure a small form factor PC with the NVIDIA Quadro RTX 4000 PCI-E 8GB ETA mid-August.