Nvidia launches new multi-display graphics card

Nvidia has launched a new NVS multi-display graphics card – the NVS 810.

According to Anandtech, this is the first Maxwell-based card for this sector, and is based on a pair of GM107 GPUs on a single board.

The card features 8 mini-DisplayPorts, and can be configured to run as a four-card set-up – giving users simultaneous access to 32 displays.

The card’s specifications are detailed in the table below.

Nvidia NVS 810
CUDA Cores 1,024
Memory 4GB
Display Connectors 8 Mini DisplayPort
Max resolutions 8x 4,096 x 2,160 at 30Hz / 4x 4,096 x 2,160 at 60Hz
Max Configuration 4 Boards, 32 Displays (Windows 10 / Linux)
Board Power 68W
Price $650 – $750

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