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Nvidia Quadro K5000 graphics card
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Based on Nvidia Kepler architecture, the Nvidia's Quadro K5000 for Mac is a professional-class GPU for the Macintosh, delivering visualization and computation capabilities for designers and digital content creators.

The Nvidia Quadro K5000 GPU for Mac also features Cinema 4K display support (4096x2160), which enables content creators to process and view high resolution cinema content; a new display engine that can drive up to four displays simultaneously; 4GB graphics memory that provides faster interactivity when using design and content creation applications; support for up to two Quadro K5000 GPUs for Mac in a single Mac Pro; and support for OpenGL, OpenCL and Nvidia CUDA.

Nvidia Quadro K5000 for Mac is ideal for professional applications such as video editing, color correction, compositing, design visualization and GPU-accelerated ray-traced 3D rendering. In addition, the Quadro K5000 for Mac retains its full performance and features when using Apple Boot Camp and running Microsoft Windows-based professional PC applications.

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