Designed for small workstations and basic graphics or hardware acceleration applications, PNY NVIDIA Quadro P400 V1 Graphics Card is a low-profile graphics card built on NVIDIA's Pascal architecture. The GPU features 256 CUDA cores coupled to 2GB of VRAM with a 64-bit memory bus providing a maximum of 641 GFLOPS of single-precision computing power. Using supported APIs and CUDA, that computing performance can translate into high-resolution graphics rendering and improved computing speed with hardware acceleration.
The output panel on this card features three Mini-DisplayPort terminals. Up to four monitors can be simultaneously supported by a single card, with the addition of an MST hub splitter, to create high-resolution video walls with your workstation or for more desktop real-estate to increase productivity. DisplayPort 1.4 support allows this card to drive UHD 5K displays as well. Included with the card are three Mini-DisplayPort to full-size DisplayPort adapters. Other separately available adapters can be used with this card to drive other kinds of displays and projectors.
For cooling, PNY implemented an active fansink cooler. This cooler uses a radial fan to force air through the card's heatsink, dissipating heat from the GPU and other internal components. This cooling configuration is best suited for cases with unrestricted airflow. While the attached low-profile bracket allows for mounting in small-form-factor cases, a full-height bracket is included for installing in standard ATX systems.
- Scalable geometry architecture
- Hardware tesselation engine
- NVIDIA Giga Thread with dual copy engines
- Up to 32K x 32K texture and render processing
- Transparent multisampling and super sampling
- 16x angle independent anisotropic filtering
- 32-bit per-component floating point texture filtering and blending
- 64x full scene antialiasing (FSAA)
- Decode acceleration for MPEG-2, MPEG-4 Part 2 Advanced Simple Profile, H.264, HEVC, MVC, VC1, DivX (version 3.11 and later), and Flash (10.1 and later)
- Dedicated H.264 and HEVC encoder
- Blu-ray dual-stream hardware acceleration (supporting HD picture-in-picture playback)
- Supports any combination of four compatible connected displays
- HDCP 2.2 support over DisplayPort, DVI, and HDMI connectors
- 12-bit internal display pipeline (hardware support for 12-bit scanout on supported panels, applications, and connection)
- NVIDIA 3D Vision technology, 3D DLP, Interleaved, and other 3D stereo format support
- Underscan/overscan compensation and hardware scaling
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