Eurocom adds the Quadro K5100M to its Neptune 3.0 mobile workstation

Eurocom's high performance fully VGA upgradeable mobile workstation Neptune 3.0 now features the 8 GB NVIDIA Quadro K5100M professional graphics solution as an option.
Codrut Nistor,

Eurocom's Neptune 3.0 is a mobile workstation that allows complete hardware customization, thus providing exactly the tool needed for a certain task. Now, the NVIDIA Quadro K5100M mobile professional graphics card with 8 GB of memory joins the list of available upgrade options. 

The NVIDIA Quadro K5100M has the following specifications:

  • CUDA Cores: 1536
  • Memory: 8 GB GDDR5
  • Memory Interface: 256 bit
  • Maximum Power Consumption: 100W
  • Open GL: 4.3
  • Shader Model: 5.0

According to Eurocom's President Mark Bialic, "the NVIDIA Quadro K5100M mobile professional graphics solution gives our Neptune 3.0 Mobile Workstation another level of performance for our professional clients to accelerate and mobilize their workflows. The staggering 8 GB of frame buffer capacity allows our clients to work with larger models and designs while improving the entire design process."

The 17.3-inch Eurocom Neptune 3.0 supports up to 5 drives with RAID 0, 1, 5, 10 capability and a total storage capacity up to 5 TB, 4th Generation Intel Mobile i7-4xxx series processors up to i7-4930M Extreme, up to 64 GB of memory, and multiple choices of 17.3-inch Full HD displays. Its base price is $1,650 but the Quadro 5100M upgrade is not yet available on the official product page.  


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Codrut Nistor, 2013-08-30 (Update: 2013-08-31)
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