is Razer Core compatible to run Nvidia Quadro / FirePro series?

Discussion in 'Systems' started by Sabaru, Feb 15, 2016.

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  1. Sabaru

    Sabaru New Member

    I think if Razer Core is compatible to run Nvidia Quadro / FirePro as well as Gaming Card, it will be supreme ultra book on the market

    I've been waiting for a long time a laptop (mobility issue) that can handle both Gaming & 3D engineering software efficiently, I hope this time Razer Core will give me the solution

    So, my idea: plug Nvidia Quadro / FirePro into Razer Core for 3D Working.. is it possible?
     
  2. Ryhart

    Ryhart Active Member

    I guess most of the questions will not be answered until it is released. Hard to say until it can be tested......
     
  3. bmoconno

    bmoconno Well-Known Member

    According to the Core's Specs, it look like it shouldn't have any problems with any of the desktop (non-server) models of the Quadro or the FirePro.

    I'm pretty sure the Quadros all run under 200w and the FirePros cap out around 275w, so there's plenty of power and they are both the double wide form factor and PCI x16 so there shouldn't be any size problems at all.
     
  4. mintouch

    mintouch Active Member

    those types of guys will need Xeon E3 mobile processor & DDR4 ECC RAM instead of dual-core i7 & ddr3...
     
  5. bmoconno

    bmoconno Well-Known Member

    I don't think he was planning on running it with the Blade Stealth, if he was though... I agree with you. That mobile dual-core i7 isn't gonna cut the muster.
     
  6. Chuemmer

    Chuemmer Active Member

    The dual i7 might throttle it... but at this point in time DDR3 is still better than DD4R4 due to timing issues and super high latency.
     
  7. Deathalo

    Deathalo Active Member

    That's just not true, we've been running quadros on non-xeon based systems for a while, with DDR3 RAM as well.
     
  8. mintouch

    mintouch Active Member

    I mean they, who usually uses high-end quadros, would not use ULV CPU instead of high-end Xeons or HEDT processors for their works.
     
  9. Deathalo

    Deathalo Active Member

    Well, if you're working in Premiere or After Effects (which take advantage of CUDA cards) on the road, this would be a wonderful mobile edit unit and plenty powerful enough.
     
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