Nvidia has announced two new Quadro cards to thier workstation card line up based on the Maxwell graphics core. The Quadro M5000 and Quadro M4000 both share the Maxwell 2 GM204 based architecture but with some minor differences.
The Nvidia Quadro M5000 features 2048 cuda cores, 128 TMUs and 64 ROPs with a core speed of 1050MHz. The card also comes with 8GB of GDDR5 running at 6600MHz with a bus width of 256 bits. Next the Nvidia Quadro M4000 uses a slightly cut down version of the Maxwell 2 architecture GM204 based chip with 1664 Cuda cores, 104 TMUs and 56 ROPs with a core speed of 800MHz. This card also has 8GB of GDDR5 running at a lower speed of 6000MHz and with the same 256 bit bus width.
The Nvidia Quadro M5000 has a bandwidth of 211 GB/s with floating point performance of 4.3 TFLOPS leading to a power consumption of 150W whilst the cut down Quadro M4000 gives a bandwidth of 192GB/s with floating point performance of 2.6 TFLOPS with a nice power consumption of 120W. Pricing on both these cards is yet to be announced.