NVIDIA announced the upgrade of its series professional graphics cards for laptop segment, talking about new Quadro Mobility GPUs based on Maxwell architecture. In the whole lineup there are total 6 GPUs namely Quadro M5000M, M4000M, M3000M, M2000M, M1000M and M600M. We recall that the Quadro Workstations are used to focus on professional environment such as the designing, so these mobility chips aren’t for gamers.

NVIDIA announces six new Quadro Mobility GPUs for notebooks


The Quadro M5000M is top of the line graphics chip, equipped with 1536 CUDA Cores with 8 GB of GDDR5 memory and memory interface resulting in a bandwidth of 160 GB / s with a TDP of 100W. Below we have the Quadro M4000M with 1280 CUDA Core and 4GB of GDDR5 memory interface with 256 bits that maintains the bandwidth and TDP, ending with the entry model in the high end, the Quadro M3000M with 1024 CUDA Cores which has the same specifications as the previous model but shows a TDP of 75W. All of them are only available in 17.3-inch notebook.

On the other hand, the most basic models vestments only found in 15.6-inch laptops, talking about the M2000M Quadro, Quadro M1000M and Quadro M600M, which come with respective 640, 512 and 348 CUDA Cores with 4GB / 2GB / 2GB GDDR5 with a memory interface of 128 bits sharing a bandwidth of 80 GB / s with a TDP of 55W / 40W / 30W.