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you could game on a gt 610 if you wanted.

you can game on anything. hell, ive seen doom played on a printer.

 

depends on what kinda performance you're looking for and what games you're playing.

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Just now, aconfusedpcgamer said:

Nvidia Quadro 4000 graphics card

First of all, there are multiple quadro 4000 cards, ex p4000, m4000. Secondly yes, but no they will not give you any better performance in games than a regular consumer grade gpu, since they are the same gp104 or earlier chip, just with more vram and a bios/drivers optimized for 3d work/cad. More price does not mean more performance

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Not really. What games?

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2 minutes ago, Thermosman said:

First of all, there are multiple quadro 4000 cards, ex p4000, m4000. Secondly yes, but no they will not give you any better performance in games than a regular consumer grade gpu, since they are the same gp104 or earlier chip, just with more vram and a bios/drivers optimized for 3d work/cad. More price does not mean more performance

Actually no, this is a specific card, though I made the same mistake.

http://www.nvidia.com/object/product-quadro-4000-us.html

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4 minutes ago, Tsuki said:

you could game on a gt 610 if you wanted.

heck you can game on a commodore pet with only text lines

why i always just answer yes. lol

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Just now, aconfusedpcgamer said:

the ones im looking at are different looking

 

Well then what is the model number?

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Just now, emosun said:

heck you can game on a commodore pet with only text lines

why i always just answer yes. lol

 

6 minutes ago, Tsuki said:

you could game on a gt 610 if you wanted.

you can game on anything. hell, ive seen doom played on a printer.

 

depends on what kinda performance you're looking for and what games you're playing.

solitaire runs on anything

IM talkin HARD CORE MINECRAFT 1000FPS (jk) no stuf like d2

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1 minute ago, sazrocks said:

Well then what is the model number?

there just listed as quadros

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2 minutes ago, aconfusedpcgamer said:

the ones im looking at are different looking

do you own them or are you thinking about buying them?

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Just now, emosun said:

do you own them or are you thinking about buying them?

may buy them 

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1 minute ago, aconfusedpcgamer said:

there just listed as quadros

Well then get more information; we can't help you without knowing what the cards are.

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1 minute ago, aconfusedpcgamer said:

may buy them 

why not purchase a card that is actually designed to game on considering that is your end goal. you can game on quadros but I'd sooner pick desktop gpu's for compatibility sake. You never know when a game will refuse to start based on looking for a desktop gpu instead of a capable workstation gpu.

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1 minute ago, emosun said:

why not purchase a card that is actually designed to game on considering that is your end goal. you can game on quadros but I'd sooner pick desktop gpu's for compatibility sake. You never know when a game will refuse to start based on looking for a desktop gpu instead of a capable workstation gpu.

i got a gtx 760 about 2 weeks ago im just curious about these

 

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Just now, aconfusedpcgamer said:

i got a gtx 760 about 2 weeks ago im just curious about these

are you basing this decision around the performance of a gtx 760?

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Just now, emosun said:

are you basing this decision around the performance of a gtx 760?

idk

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1 minute ago, emosun said:

are you basing this decision around the performance of a gtx 760?

i guess

 

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Just now, aconfusedpcgamer said:

i guess

the 760 is about 4 years old and wasn't the top of the line when released. what you should be doing is considering newer higher end gaming cards , not workstation gpu's.

workstation gpu's carry a slightly higher premium than gaming gpu's for their support for technologies that aren't really in use in games. 

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1 minute ago, emosun said:

the 760 is about 4 years old and wasn't the top of the line when released. what you should be doing is considering newer higher end gaming cards , not workstation gpu's.

workstation gpu's carry a slightly higher premium than gaming gpu's for their support for technologies that aren't really in use in games. 

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Just now, aconfusedpcgamer said:

#mywalletisonlysodeep

all the better reason to not consider a higher priced workstation gpu over a lower priced gaming gpu.

right now you roughly have a gpu that is similarish to a current gtx 1050. Look into the gtx 1060 6gb or any 1070 or higher. if they are too pricey then save up. 

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Just now, emosun said:

all the better reason to not consider a higher priced workstation gpu over a lower priced gaming gpu.

right now you roughly have a gpu that is similarish to a current gtx 1050. Look into the gtx 1060 6gb or any 1070 or higher. if they are too pricey then save up. 

there used and on craigslist ether way the guy was selling 2 Intel Xeon E5 2628l Ver 3 10 core 20 threads thats what attracted  me to the cards

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I bought a Quadro K4000 for a friend a couple of years ago, and tested it with some games for the lols. It wasn´t able to get 60fps in CS:GO at the lowest settings at 1366x768. If you want to game, then you´d be better off with an AMD APU.  

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