NVIDIA Quadro FX 3500M vs NVIDIA Quadro FX 2500M vs NVIDIA Quadro FX 1700M
NVIDIA Quadro FX 3500M► remove
The NVIDIA Quadro FX 3500M was the top professional graphic solution for the mobile use in 2007. The Quadro FX 3500M is especially suitable for CAD, digital image-, video editing and scientifical visualizations (according NVIDIA). It is based upon the NVIDIA GeForce Go 7950GTX. Therefore also a good gaming performance can be expected (for 2007 and if modded drivers are used). The card is shipped with certified drivers for professional applications, which are not optimized for games (inofficially the manual installation of Forceware drivers should be possible).
The drivers of the Quadro FX series are certified for CAD applications (e.g. AutoCad, Inventor, Solidstation, Solud Edge, ...) and DCC applictions (e.g. Maya, 3DS Max, Lightwave 3D, ...) and offers a 12-Bit precision for Subpixel, full image Antialiasing, hardware accelerated Antialiasing for dots and lines and additional optimized settings, which are optimized for CAD and DCC.
Nvidia describes the 3000 series as a power package for big laptops and data structures.
NVIDIA Quadro FX 2500M► remove
This is a professional video card for notebooks from NVidia It is based on 7900GTX.
The application performance is very good due to special professional drivers (3D rendering, CAD), but the gaming performance is weaker. With modded drivers, it should work like a 7900 GTX.
NVIDIA Quadro FX 1700M► remove
The Nvidia Quadro FX 1700M is a professional graphics adapter for CAD and 3D applications. It is based on the G96 core (GeForce 9650M e.g.) but with different drivers, that are optimized for OpenGL and professional applications. The drivers are zertified to work flawlessly with different applications.
Compared to the Quadro FX 1600M, the FX 1700M GPU supports Powermizer 8.0.
|NVIDIA Quadro FX 3500M||NVIDIA Quadro FX 2500M||NVIDIA Quadro FX 1700M|
|Quadro FX Series|
|24 / 8||24 / 8||32 -|
|Core||575 MHz||500 MHz||625 MHz|
|Memory||700 MHz||600 MHz||800 MHz|
|Bus||256 Bit||256 Bit||128 Bit|
|Max. Memory||512 MB||512 MB||256 MB|
|DirectX||DirectX 9c, 3.0||DirectX 9c, 3.0||DirectX 10, 4.0|
|Transistors||278 Million||278 Million||289 Million|
|Technology||90 nm||90 nm||65 nm|
|Features||12-bit-sub-pixel, 32-bit-floating-point precision, 32-bit floating point precision, 128 bit graphic pipeline, hardware 3D window clipping, high precision dynamic-range (DPDR) technology, unified memory architecture, nView multi-display (for multi-monitor support), PowerMizer options for energy saving, architecture which is optimized for workstations, rotated-grid full-scene antialiasing (RG FSAA), unified driver architecture, NVIDIA PureVideo technology||90nm||OpenGL 2.1, PureVideo HD, Powermizer 8.0, possible interfaces: LVDS, DVI, VGA, HDTV, HDCP, HDMI|
|CG shading language, 32 Bit floating point precision, 12 Bit subpixel precision, 128 Bit precision of the graphics pipeline, FSAA with rotated raster, nView Mutlidisplay Support, High-Precision-Dynamic-Range (HPDR), Hardware 3D Clipping on window recognision, full screen AA|