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May 7, 2019
Eurocom has added the Quadro-line of NVIDIA graphics processing units (GPUs) in Eurocom’s 17.3-in. supercomputer-class mobile workstation, the EUROCOM SKY X7C.
With this addition, the Sky X7C now supports a total of three GPU families from NVIDIA, previously being capable of only supporting graphics cards from the RTX and GTX lines of NVIDIA GPUs. The X7C offers performance and compact form factor capable of productivity across a variety of professional 3D programs, the company reports.
In a statement, NVIDIA reports, “Quadro brings desktop-class performance to mobile workstations to enable incredibly powerful, thin and light form factors.” When it comes to industrial design, advanced special effects and complex scientific visualization, Quadro-based GPUs are built to accelerate a range of professional workflows.
NVIDIA Quadro for manufacturing solutions
Designers and engineers can create models with larger assemblies and larger numbers of components and render with higher image quality or resolution. Use real-world physics, lighting and materials during interactive design and visualize with photo-realistic image quality. Combine multiple Quadro cards to provide rendering power for larger rendering workloads.
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.
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