Tesla C2070
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Release Period- Sep-2010
Tesla C2070 Review
The NVIDIA Tesla C2050 and C2070 computing processors fuel the transition to parallel computing and bring the performance of a small cluster to the desktop.
Based on the next-generation CUDA architecture codenamed “Fermi”, the 20-series family of Tesla GPUs support many “must have” features for technical and enterprise computing including c++ support, Ecc memory for uncompromised accuracy and scalability, and a 7X increase in double precision performance compared Tesla 10-series GPUs. The Tesla c2050 and c2070 GPUs are designed to redefine high performance computing and make supercomputing available to everyone.
Compared to the latest quad-core cPUs, Tesla c2050 and c2070 computing Processors deliver equivalent supercomputing performance at 1/10th the cost and 1/20th the power consumption.
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575 MHz
Fermi GF100
6144 MB
750 MHz
384 Bit
GDDR5
144GB/sec
768KB
40nm
448
515
DX 11
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4.1
2560x1600
238 Watts
750 Watt
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Pip
20:33 Dec-28-2011

Yes but they are not worth the price when it comes to gaming.

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1CosMiar13
15:07 Dec-28-2011
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I know these arent for gaming, but they would be good at it,right??

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aditutu69
18:33 Dec-24-2011
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@Pip I would put it in the same area, tesla and quadro are almost the same thing

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aditutu69
14:24 Dec-24-2011
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u better buy a geforce if youre looking for gaming i think this is too expensive

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Gamkutopolowk
23:01 Dec-23-2011
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Pip, FTW this card for extreme performance 3D and business or gaming !!!

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Pip
11:37 Dec-22-2011

Tobias, no they are for professional applications.

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Tobias
10:00 Dec-22-2011
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this card is for gaming?

 

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