extracted from this thread:
Quadro 4000 approx. 1s
Quadro 4000 (Helvetosaur) approx. 0.6s
Quadro K2000 (Jeff) approx. 0.8s
Quadro K5200 (Jeff) approx. 0.5s
Quadro K2000 (BrianM) apporx. 4s
Quadro K4000 approx. 1.8s
Quadro K1000M approx. 1s
Quadro FX2800 approx. 1s
Quadro 6000 (Micha) approx. 2.6s
Quadro 6000 (Michael VS) approx. 1.8s
After there is found a trick to get GTX cards running much faster I would like to bring the discussion to the so much different results within the Quadro cards.
I ask me, why are the K2000 speeds so different and why is my Quadro 6000 so slow? The Quadro cards should be without Nvidia OpenGL software limit, so why is a newer Quadro 6000 slower than a Quadro 4000? And why we get so different results? The same card type can be 3 times slower depending on … ? At Jeffs computer can be seen extreme good results. There seems to be an important difference, but what is it?
I suppose so all Quadro cards are able to get times below 1s, but how? If a Quadro 4000 can get 0.6s why not a Quadro 6000?