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So what is it with a Quadros that don't play games very well, but then you have Quadro RTX 5000 Quadro RTX 6000 and Quadro RTX 8000 but each of those RTX 5000 6000 and 8000 are VR ready does that mean Jensen has come up with a brand of GPUs is capable of playing games as well as game development, so create a game with a Quadro RTX 6000, then sell the game which has been developed using Quadro RTX 6000 for precision the someone with a gaming pc with a RTX 2080Ti plays the game with very high frame rates.

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Quadros not being able to game is a common misconception. They just don't get all the perfect drivers for gaming but they still can game.

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Quadros obviously can game, and minding their specs they might game even better than mainstream cards.

 

Why shouldn't you buy a Quadro for gaming though? Because they are way more expensive since they feature validation/certification, different drivers and usually way more VRAM than gaming requires and all of this highly increases their cost without really adding to gaming.

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Because in the future im going to invest in 2 of the Quadro RTX 6000 one day.

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2 minutes ago, Princess Cadence said:

Quadros obviously can game, and minding their specs they might game even better than mainstream cards.

 

Why shouldn't you buy a Quadro for gaming though? Because they are way more expensive since they feature validation/certification, different drivers and usually way more VRAM than gaming requires and all of this highly increases their cost without really adding to gaming.

Well look at Nvidias video cards, 1080Ti which i still got, cost me 1300AUD for 1, now MSI don't make them anymore because their amnesia dementia, so thats the end of SLI for me that sucks, now Nvidia brought out 2080Ti oh 2300AUD constantly sold out none available, then by the time i purchase 1 oh Nvidia stop making them, then Nvidias new flag ship 3080Ti 3300AuD, i feel like a grayhound running around in circles chasing the rabbit, i can say Nvidia is going to one day release a 5080Ti, so to me Quadro RTX 6000 are hear to stay, if need to be a Quadro RTX 5000 at Scorptec $3999AUD if comes to worse.

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2 minutes ago, VegetableStu said:

ignore them ._. Geforce cards are down-specced Quadros using a different driver

 

go look at the list of nvidia GPUs on wikipedia. the actual GPU dies (dice?) are used in both Quadro and Geforce

Well if they end up die, as long as they give those GPUs a good Funneral, also they should try at the Funneral parlour take those GPUs to the living room.

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a quadro can game but the drivers for the card are made for cad software so a gaming card that has the same specs and power usage will be slower in a cad software than its quadro brother as the gaming card doesnt have cad focused drivers and it works the other way around where quadro cards don't have drivers meant for gaming so the gaming card like it will be faster than the quadro in gaming

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2 minutes ago, Turretgaming said:

a quadro can game but the drivers for the card are made for cad software so a gaming card that has the same specs and power usage will be slower in a cad software than its quadro brother as the gaming card doesnt have cad focused drivers and it works the other way around where quadro cards don't have drivers meant for gaming so the gaming card like it will be faster than the quadro in gaming

Game engines like UE4 is a type of CAD program Quadros be good for that for detail, then use a 2080Ti to play it.

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36 minutes ago, James Aplin said:

Well look at Nvidias video cards, 1080Ti which i still got, cost me 1300AUD for 1, now MSI don't make them anymore because their amnesia dementia, so thats the end of SLI for me that sucks, now Nvidia brought out 2080Ti oh 2300AUD constantly sold out none available, then by the time i purchase 1 oh Nvidia stop making them, then Nvidias new flag ship 3080Ti 3300AuD, i feel like a grayhound running around in circles chasing the rabbit, i can say Nvidia is going to one day release a 5080Ti, so to me Quadro RTX 6000 are hear to stay, if need to be a Quadro RTX 5000 at Scorptec $3999AUD if comes to worse.

Nah mate, get the 9800 GTX. 


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