NVIDIA Quadro 4000M vs NVIDIA Quadro M2200
NVIDIA Quadro 4000M► remove from comparison
The NVIDIA Quadro 4000M is a professional workstation graphics card based on the Fermi architecture (or more specifically, probably the GF104). Unlike the 5010M, the 4000M does not support ECC memory and dual-precision (DP) floating point calculations.
The Quadro series offers certified drivers that are optimized for stability and performance in professional applications such as CAD or DCC. As a result, multiple scientific or business disciplines can make use of the workstation GPU. The OpenGL performance, for example, should be significantly better than consumer-oriented GeForce graphics cards of similar specifications.
The shader / CUDA cores can be accessed using DirectX 11 or OpenGL 4.1 for graphics rendering or DirectCompute, OpenCL, AXE, and CUDA for general purpose calculations. Due to the new Fermi core, the 4000M should offer higher performance in general purpose calculations compared to its predecessors.
Furthermore, the Nvidia Quadro 4000M is compatible with 3D Vision Pro, a new software solution by Nvidia for stereoscopic output.
The 4000M supports Nvidia Optimus in order to automatically switch between the integrated graphics card and the Quadro for power-saving purposes. Whether or not this feature is supported on a laptop, however, is dependent on the laptop manufacturer.
Similar to the GeForce GTX 480M, the Quadro 4000M is specified at 100 Watt TDP and is therefore only found in large laptops such as the Clevo D901F.
NVIDIA Quadro M2200► remove from comparison
The Nvidia Quadro M2200 is a mid-range DirectX 12 (FL 12_1) and OpenGL 4.5-compatible graphics card for mobile workstations. It is a Maxwell-based GPU built most likely on the GM206 chip with 1024 shader cores. Therefore, the GPU is similar to the consumer Nvidia GeForce GTX 965M (second generation). The Quadro M2200M is built for the Intel Kaby Lake generation.
The Quadro series offers certified drivers that are optimized for stability and performance in professional applications like CAD or DCC. OpenGL performance, for example, should be significantly better compared to GeForce graphics cards of similar specifications.
The maximum core clock of the Quadro M2200 is 1038 MHz. The performance is between the old Quadro M2000M and Quadro M3000M, but generally closer to the latter (sometimes even on par). It is not surprising that the gaming performance is comparable to the Nvidia GeForce GTX 965M (Ti) and it is just behind the new GeForce GTX 1050 (Pascal).
Using CUDA (Compute Capability 5.0) or OpenCL 1.2, the cores of the Quadro M2200 can be used for general calculations.
The power consumption of the Quadro M2200 is rated at a TGP of 55 Watt (39.1 Watt TDP) – similar to the previous Quadro M2000M – and therefore best suited for 15-inch laptops and up.
|NVIDIA Quadro 4000M||NVIDIA Quadro M2200|
|Quadro M Series|
|Pipelines||336 - unified||1024 - unified|
|Core Speed||475 MHz||694 - 1038 (Boost) MHz|
|Shader Speed||950 MHz|
|Memory Speed||1200 MHz||5508 MHz|
|Memory Bus Width||256 Bit||128 Bit|
|Max. Amount of Memory||2048 MB||4096 MB|
|DirectX||DirectX 11, Shader 5.0||DirectX 12_1, Shader 5.0|
|technology||40 nm||28 nm|
|Features||OpenGl 4.1, FP32||Optimus, PhysX, 3D Vision Pro, nView, Optimus|
|Date of Announcement||22.02.2011||13.01.2017|
|Link to Manufacturer Page||http://www.nvidia.com/object/quadro-mobi...||http://www.nvidia.de/object/mobile-works...|