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NVIDIA Quadro P2000, VCQP2000-PB

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  • Graphics Coprocessor: NVIDIA Quadro P2000
  • Brand: NVIDIA
  • Graphics Ram Size: 5 GB
  • GPU Clock Speed: 1480 MHz
  • Video Output Interface: DisplayPort
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NVIDIA Quadro P2000, VCQP2000-PB. The NVIDIA Quadro P2000 graphics board is targeted at professional CAD, DCC, and visualization designers, engineers, and users.

The new NVIDIA Quadro P2000 is the perfect balance of performance, attractive features, and a compact form factor, delivering an incredible creative experience and productivity in a variety of professional 3D applications. It features a Pascal GPU with 1024 CUDA cores, 5GB GDDR5 onboard memory, and the power to natively drive up to four 5K displays (5120 x 2880 at 60 Hz).

This makes it an excellent choice for accelerating product development and content creation workflows that require fluid interactivity with large, complex 3D models and scenes.

  • PRODUCTION SOLUTIONS: Designers and engineers can create models with larger assemblies and a greater number of components, and render with higher image quality or resolution.
    Quadro P2000 supports multiple displays at up to 5K resolution.
    Use real-world physics, lighting, and materials during interactive design and visualize with photo-realistic image quality.
    Combine multiple P2000 boards to deliver incredible rendering power for larger, more demanding rendering workloads.
  • AEC SOLUTIONS: Architects can create larger models with more detail, creating structures with higher levels of realism.
    Urban designers can create designs with more detail and complexity.
  • MEDIA & ENTERTAINMENT SOLUTIONS: Editors can work in real-time with HDR content and full resolution up to 5K on more complex projects with multiple layers and effects.
    Artists painting 3D textures can enjoy greater creative flexibility in their workflow, keeping more textures and assets in graphics memory.
    Visual artists can create more complex designs, keeping more assets in graphics memory and streamlining their workflow.GPU rendering allows artists to visualize their creations with photorealistic image quality using application-based GPU-accelerated rendering or with NVIDIA Iray plug-ins using physically-based lights and materials.
    Create and render ultra-high quality HDR content with H.264/HEVC encoding and decoding engines.

Specification: NVIDIA Quadro P2000, VCQP2000-PB

Max Screen Resolution

‎5120 x 2880

Memory Speed

‎3500 MHz

Graphics Coprocessor

‎NVIDIA Quadro P2000

Chipset Brand


Graphics Card Ram Size

‎5 GB





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Hardware Platform


Item Weight

‎9.2 ounces

Product Dimensions

‎7.9 x 4.38 x 0.75 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎7.9 x 4.38 x 0.75 inches



Processor Brand


Number of Processors




Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Date First Available

‎February 24, 2017

5 reviews for NVIDIA Quadro P2000, VCQP2000-PB

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  1. ChrisA

    I bought a 10 bit Eizo monitor and discovered that my consumer grade video card, a Sapphire HD7870, would only run 10 bit color for games. Since the whole point of getting the Eizo was to have 10 bit color in Photoshop CS6 getting the Quadro P2000 was a no brainer. My computer is used for surfing the web, some gaming, and photography so I was a bit concerned about having a purely work station type video card. The P2000 though handles everything excellently. The price performance ratio is also excellent. The card is a single slot PCIe that only uses 75 watts meaning it’ll work in many computers. It only has displayport outputs and comes with one DVI to DP port cable.
    In Photoshop CS6 this card works phenomenally! It is fast and the 10 bit color is definitely the future of photo processing, don’t let anyone tell you don’t need it! I’ve played Total War:Rome 2 and Battlefield 2 at 1900 x 1200 in the highest detail modes with no problem. Surfing the web is fast. I didn’t try editing video yet. In fact I don’t even notice the difference between this card and the Sapphire HD7870.
    One other note is that one of the computer sites, upon entering my system components, indicated that this card was incompatible with the motherboard. It turns out they were wrong the P2000 works just fine in an Asus P8P67 Deluxe MB.

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  2. Thomas K. Reidy

    I just got this installed finally after receiving it a couple of months ago. The installation was easy, but it may take a few months to determine if this card vastly improves the performance of my video server. I am using Emby Server software to allow friends and family to access my vast movie and music library. When I built the server my intentions were to allow me access to my libraries anywhere in the house. So, the build is a i3-6320 on a Z370 Mother Board with 16 GB’s RAM and (3) WD Black 5 TB HD’s. Everything worked great with just me using it locally. However, I set up accounts for the kids- 6 of them, and followed up by giving 7 friends access to the libraries. A little too much for the little i3 chip to handle with all of the transcoding. After watching several YouTube videos I decided what I needed to step up the server was the Quadro P2000. I switched the settings in the Emby Server to transcode with the P2000 instead of the Intel Quicksink and everything seems to be working great. When I get a chance I will try to max out how many different streams I can have running at one time and edit this review.

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  3. J. Marcus Stewart

    I purchased this card to replace a lemon Gigabyte card that I had gone through Hell with. The Gigabyte card was a nightmare at every turn; this card was exactly the opposite. For one thing, Windows was able to operate it at full resolution before I even installed the driver. Secondly, the driver installation was very straightforward and trouble-free.

    Performance-wise, well, I don’t have benchmark software available, but it renders 3D images fast enough that I can pan/rotate/zoom as fast as possible and I detect no flicker. The attached image is a typical screen shot. It’s not super complex, but there’s quite a bit there, and it can render faster than my eyes can see it happening.

    Special bonus: It’s only one slot. It performs just as well as any dual-slot gaming board I’ve ever used, but eats only one slot. (Slot requirement: PCI-E 3.0, 16 bits).

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  4. Rod Newstrom

    The card arrived in a retail box that was in perfect condition. I plugged it in and connected it to my Dell 3007WFP monitor which supports 2560×1600 resolution but couldn’t set the video card above 1920×1200 resolution. After a bit of research, I found the DisplayPort to DVI adapter that came with the card is single link which maxes out at 1920×1200. I’m a bit surprised that they even bothered to provide an adapter that so severely limits the P2000’s capability. Alas, I have ordered the most affordable well reviewed DisplayPort to Dual-Link DVI adapter I could find ( and will report back on the results with a full review of the card at 2560×1600 resolution once it arrives.

    OK, I’m back. With the Dual-Link Adapter installed, the card works great. Subjectively, the display is *extremely* sharp at 2560×1600 on my monitor (much sharper than it was when driven by my old Quadro 5000 card), and the colors look great. I bought this card because Solidworks dropped support for my old card and I wanted the additional throughput for CAD renders in Visualize which now run *many* times faster.

    I’d give this card 5 stars if not for the fact Nvidia fails to mentioning the Display Port to DVI cable that comes with the card doesn’t support resolution beyond 1920×1200. Nobody likes surprises!

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  5. J. Marcus Stewart

    I am using this to do transcodes on my plex environment. So far this is netting me about 1 1080p transcode for 3% GPU utilization. That should mean I should be able to have about 30 transcodes with this card. For 4k material it is about 8-14% per 4k stream so I should be able to have about 10 of those I would think. Worth noting as well that those would be concurrent, and plex does not really do it like that, it transcodes ahead and then stops until video catches up, meaning you could probably squeeze even MORE streams in here for this.

    Install on linux was pretty easy, I run Ubuntu 16.04 LTS and I just loaded libva 2.1 (from git) and then installed the latest nvidia drivers from the website. A reboot and it was working.

    Card does not need external power, just plug it into your agp port and roll.

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