NVIDIA® multi-GPU technology transformed the design process by combining the industry-leading graphics capability of NVIDIA Quadro® graphics processing units (GPUs) and the high performance computing power of NVIDIA Tesla® GPUs. NVIDIA Multi-GPU Technology builds on this capability by leveraging any combination of Quadro and Tesla GPUs to intelligently scale the performance of your application and dramatically speed up your production workflow. This delivers significant business impact across industries such as 3D Design and Manufacturing, Media and Entertainment.
WinFast multi-GPU system offers tremendous flexibility in its implementation, whether you're using a WinFast WS series workstation or WinFast GS series virtualized server with NVIDIA GRID™ cards. Multiple GPUs help optimize your workflow across a range of professional applications with performance increases of up to:
WinFast multi-GPU system provides more than just performance gains. It also gives you the freedom to run your applications with full features and effects enabled. This includes real-time ray tracing and global illumination for full realism of your models and scenes.
In ultracompetitive markets, it's critical to shorten design cycles to get products to market faster. Digital prototyping allows designers to iterate and visualize extremely quickly and accurately. Plus, it frees the organization to involve clients much earlier in the design process while giving them higher confidence in what they're commissioning. WinFast Multi-GPU systems unleash the interactive potential of applications like SolidWorks, Siemens NX, PTC, CATIA, and 3ds Max to let designers and artists use an intuitive approach that matches the real-world behavior of light and materials. The graphics and computing power of NVIDIA professional GPUs minimize rendering times and maximize interactivity to speed the creative process, so you can get your products to market faster.
Perform rapid photorealistic rendering of your designs in applications such as 3ds Max or Bunkspeed in a fraction of the time of a single GPU.
Simulation engineers want to improve product quality while reducing development time and cost. This often involves simulation methods such as computer-aided engineering (CAE) tools for finite element structural mechanics, computational fluid dynamics, and electromagnetics. However, these systems often require investments in centralized server environments that are relatively complex and costly to deploy. WinFast Multi-GPU systems meet simulation turnaround demands while removing all productivity bottlenecks. This benefits key CAE applications from ISVs such as ANSYS, Altair Engineering, Autodesk, FluiDyna, IMPETUS, MSC, Prometech, SIMULIA, Vratis, and others. Engineers can now experience much faster simulations from WinFast systems and realize model fidelity that was previously impossible, so they can produce more design variations in less time.
Boost your productivity and workflow by performing structural or fluid dynamics analysis with applications such as ANSYS while running design applications like SolidWorks and PTC Creo.
Digital video professionals are always looking for easier, faster ways to deliver great results. For example, working with more video streams and high-resolution camera formats, adding effects without slowing the system, or working interactively with complex modeled characters or scenes that include real-world physics and effects.
Using the most powerful hardware can make a huge difference in delivering the fastest results with minimal production costs. Industry-standard applications such as Adobe Premiere Pro, Autodesk 3ds Max and Maya, Assimilate SCRATCH, and DaVinci Resolve enable multiple layers of digital effects. These include physical simulations such as cloth, hair, and water, as well as advanced image analysis and video encoding.
WinFast Multi-GPU systems address these challenges by combining the horsepower of two or more professional GPUs to deliver both high-performance graphics and parallel processing. This is a truly unique technology that helps transform video editing, effects, digital animation, rendering, and media-creation workflows and helps you realize your final project in a fraction of the time of a traditional single-GPU setup.
This is a great solution for providing editors with more effects, more layers, and faster encoding while working with more elements in real time.
Note: NVIDIA OptiX technology has not yet been implemented by Adobe in After Effects CC for GPUs that are based on the latest NVIDIA Maxwell architecture. GPUs affected are Quadro K2200, GeForce GTX 750/750Ti and all 900 seies for desktop, Please contact Adobe in the After Effects forum for more info.
Digital animators can now realize a significant increase in interactivity for simulations with real-time changes.
NVIDIA engineers work closely with software vendors to ensure that multiple GPUs will function with all the speed, functionality, and reliability users demand.
|Application||Category||Benefits of Multiple GPUs|
|Adobe Premiere Pro CC||Editing||Faster render time and intelligent management of different plugins on multiple GPUs|
|Adobe After Effects CC||Motion Graphics||Significantly faster rendering times|
|Autodesk 3ds Max (using iray)||Modeling, Animation, Rendering (3D DCC)||Allows for real-time rendering|
|Blackmagic Design Davinci Resolve||Color Grading||Significantly faster rendering times|
|Otoy Octane Render||Rendering||Significantly faster rendering times|