HP Nvidia NVS 315 Graphics Card for Z Series Workstations

HP Nvidia NVS 315 Graphics Card for Z Series Workstations


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  • 48 CUDA Cores
  • 1GB DDR3 RAM
  • 64-Bit Memory Interface
  • Up to 14 GB/s Memory Bandwidth
  • DMS-59 Output with Dual VGA Adapter
  • Supports up to Two Displays
  • Low-Profile Bracket Included
  • PCI-Express 2.0 x16 Interface
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The Nvidia NVS 315 Graphics Card for Z Series Workstations is an enterprise graphics card from HP that targets HP's Z series workstation computers. The card features a low-profile form factor for deployment in thin client devices or other space-limited systems, and supports the installation of multiple cards in one machine.

In keeping with its size-conscious design, the card features a single DMS-59 connector. Through this port it supports DisplayPort up to DP 1.2 (including audio), DVI-D single link, and VGA, and can drive up to two displays at once. A DMS-59 to dual VGA adapter is included and adapters for DisplayPort and DVI are available.

The NVS 315 core features 48 CUDA Cores (stream processors) which not only act as shaders for rending display graphics, they also act as general purpose processors assisting applications that support parallel processing. To move data to and from the core as efficiently as possible, the card features a 1GB frame buffer based on DDR3 type RAM over a 64-bit memory interface. Altogether, this card features a memory bandwidth of up to 14 GB/s.

Compatible HP Workstations
Compatible Z series workstations this card may be installed in include: Z820, Z620, Z420, and Z220 (CMT and SFF)
Flexible Connectivity
The NVS 315 features a DMS-59 output that can be connected a variety of display types. In addition to the supplied dual VGA adapter, the card supports DisplayPort 1.2 (with audio) and DVI-D single link when using optional adapters. HDCP is supported for digital displays, and up to two displays may be used concurrently
Popular API Support
Support for Shader Model 5.0, OpenGL 4.1, DirectX 11, CUDA, DirectCompute, OpenACC, and other APIs allows applications that support parallel processing to shift all or part of their workload to the GPU for better performance and a more efficient workflow
Nvidia Mosiac and nView
Nvidia software solution that assists managing multi-display setups when combining more than one GPU in one machine. Independent or unified desktop configurations are supported
UPC: 887758487686
GPU Nvidia NVS 315
Stream Processors (CUDA Cores) 48
Memory 1 GB
Memory Type DDR3
Memory Interface 64-bit
Memory Bandwidth 14 GB/s
Output 1 x DMS-59
Supported Signals: DisplayPort 1.2 (with audio), DVI-D single link, VGA
HDCP Support: Yes
Host Interface PCI-E 2.0 x16
Thermal Solution Active fansink
System Requirements 1 x Free full-size or low-profile PCI-E slot
Power Consumption Idle: 7 W
Maximum: 19.3 W
Form Factor Single slot, low-profile installation supported
Dimensions 2.7 x 6" / 6.9 x 15.2 cm
Weight 5 oz / 142 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight 1.35 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 9.8 x 8.1 x 2.5"
HP Nvidia NVS 315 Graphics Card for Z Series Workstations
  • DMS-59 to Dual VGA Cable
  • Low-Profile Bracket
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty -- Or the Remainder of the Warranty of the HP Product in Which it is Installed (Whichever Period is Longer But Not Exceeding 3 Years)
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