The new Quadro M2000 is currently the smallest Nvidia Quadro M-series graphics card, and it is basically a GTX 950 wrapped in a quadro package. It is based on the same GM206 Maxwell GPU with 768 CUDA cores, clocked at up to 1,180MHz, and offer peak FP32 compute performance of 1.8 TFLOPs. It packs 4GB of GDDR5 memory, which paired up with a 128-bit memory interface, offers 106GB/s of memory bandwidth. The GPU
The Quadro M2000 is meant to replace the older Quadro K2200 and brings plenty of improvements, including four DisplayPort 1.2 outputs with support for 4K and 8K content and it comes with a 75W TDP, which means that it lacks the additional PCI-Express power connector. Due to the low TDP, Nvidia managed to keep it at a single-slot form-factor with an active cooling solution.
According to a report from Computerbase.de, the new Nvidia Quadro M2000 should retail at €569.