2 Replies Latest reply on May 11, 2017 9:02 AM by timmiller.net

    New Monitor for K4000 CC2017

    timmiller.net

      Hi Guys,

      I've got a Quadro K4000 with a limitation of 2500px across. I was looking at the dell UP3017 but really want the best for what I can afford. 30 inches is about the biggest I really want...would actually not mind two 27" monitors. $700-$1000 is my range.

       

       

      Would really appreciate any input.

        • 1. Re: New Monitor for K4000 CC2017
          Bill Gehrke Adobe Community Professional & MVP

          Do you want or need 10-bit display capability--those monitors a very expensive?  That Kepler based card is several generations old and if you use the Display Port (which many current displays support) you actually could get 3840 x 2160 resolution if there really is any need for more resolution.  Also it has only 768 CUDA cores.  Except that apparently you apparently have only a PCIe Gen 2 bus, your card is a single slot width and your may have power limitations, you could consider a new graphic card and monitor upgrade.

           

          K4000 SPECIFICATIONS

          GPU Memory

          3GB GDDR5

          Memory Interface

          192-bit

          Memory Bandwidth

          134.0GB/s

          CUDA Cores

          768

          Max DP 1.2 Resolution

          3840 × 2160 at 60Hz

          Max DVI‑I DL Resolution

          2560 × 1600 at 60Hz

          Max DVI‑I SL Resolution

          1920 × 1200 at 60Hz

          Max VGA Resolution

          2048 × 1536 at 85Hz

          Graphics APIs

          Shader Model 5.0,

          OpenGL 4.4, DirectX 11

          Compute APIs

          CUDA, DirectCompute,

          OpenCL

          • 2. Re: New Monitor for K4000 CC2017
            timmiller.net Level 1

            Bill,

             

            Roger all that and thanks. Yea, I'm working on systems that are older and need a simple solution - I'm using $100 monitors and have to upload, look at another system to see what it looks like, then color correct again...and back and forth. It's a mess.

             

            Upgrading the card isn't really an option. Looking for a good monitor - with respect to color. 10bit is not really necessary, but we are going to upgrade the system in the future...