Nvidia Launches NVS 810 Digital Signage Video Card, Handles Up to 8 x 4K Displays
Nvidia has just released the first and possibly only Maxwell based video card into their venerable NVS multi-display lineup. Known as the NVS 810, the digital signage video card features 8 mini 1.2 DisplayPort outputs – each capable of taking 4K displays at 30Hz each.
If that’s too much for your needs, you could knock the display action down to to 4 x 4K at 60Hz with each of the miniDP ports capable of handling 4K @ 4096×2160.
Further, the card features NVIDIA’s Mosaic display stitching and synchronization software, allowing you to use multiple NVS 810s for huge display setups. You can use up four NVS 810s together to drive up to 32 4K displays!
Under the hood, the NVS 810 packs a pair of partially enabled GM107 GPUs with 512 of 640 CUDA cores enabled, for a total of 1024 CUDA cores. This is paired up with a 4GB of RAM, but NVIDIA doesn’t specify if its DDR3 or not. The board takes just 68W of power, and is a single slot card to keep the systems nice and thin.
Pitched as a high density, low total cost solution, the NVS 810 is expected to be priced between $650 and $750, and should be available soon.
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