The Workstation GPU

NVIDIA once again raises the bar in graphics performance—this time for the professional design and authoring market—with the Quadro™ workstation GPU.

Based on NVIDIA's revolutionary single chip integrated QuadEngine™ transform and lighting architecture, the Quadro OpenGL GPU is targeted for the digital content creation and MCAD design markets.

NVIDIA's Quadro workstation GPU is available in the GLoria™ II professional graphics accelerator board from ELSA, Inc. The GLoria II allows engineers, animators, and other creative professionals to achieve higher levels of real-time interactivity and image quality, thereby reducing overall design time and costs.

Graphics Core:
Memory Interface:
Triangles per Second:
Pixels Per Second:
Operations Per Second:

17 Million
540 Million
200 Billion

Key Features

Graphics Processing Unit (GPU)
The GPU represents a significant breakthrough in realism. It literally transforms the way you interact with your PC. It accomplishes this by completely offloading all graphics acceleration from the CPU.
Transform and Lighting (T&L)
Transform and Lighting (T&L) are two very mathematically intense processes. Combined, T&L radically enhance photo-realism to create worlds that come alive on your screen. NVIDIA GPUs use separate T&L engines so that each can run at maximum efficiency.