As I’m deciding on my new system(and video card) I’d be very interested in seeing the results.
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We’ve seen the same results in Resolve, where the 580 is on par or slightly ahead with regards to CUDA processing. It has to do with a shift to a software task processor in the Kepler systems. The 690 may out perform the 580. But ofcourse so would the 590.
Hopefully the Kepler based Quadros will have a hardware task controller and improved CUDA performance.
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Quadros are definitely worth the money if your working in a engineering environment with multiple workstations and need support from nvidia…. But for home users and single user environments then geforce works just fine and in most cases better…..
Question about your test machine. Did it use pci 3.0? Because i imagine that may give an edge to the 680 under those circumstances sicne the 680 supports 3.0 and the 580 does not. However, if it was PCI 2.o then this is still a valid benchmark for those with 2.0 slots on their motherboard.