4 Replies Latest reply on Jul 10, 2013 8:40 AM by nathaniel.arbizu

    Anyone have a NVIDIA Quadro K2000?

    nathaniel.arbizu

      If you have this card, what driver version are you using?

       

      Mentor - Would you please test this graphics card/driver versions with Expedition? (Windows 7 64bit)

        • 1. Re: Anyone have a NVIDIA Quadro K2000?
          wim_luiting

          HI Nathaniel,

           

          I am not sure what you're issue is as you do not tell.

           

          I do not have the K2000M installed in my laptop but I do have the K1000M.(similar adaptor)

          What I remeber from it is that I had to disable the Optimus setting in the BIOS

          as by default on a "Dell" laptop both Display Adaptors where active and performance

          was not what I expected.

          Please check in Device manager under Display adaptors if you only see the

          Nvidia Quadro K2000M active and not also the Intel HD 4000(this last one is low performace battery saving adaptor which is the default)

           

          for the latest drive check this location http://www.solidworks.com/sw/support/videocardtesting.html

          • 2. Re: Anyone have a NVIDIA Quadro K2000?
            Rafal_Struzyk

            This kind of question/feedback is exactly what we're looking for right now.

             

            Please take a look at this thread I started specific to the topic: http://communities.mentor.com/message/42317

             

            Thank you.

            • 3. Re: Anyone have a NVIDIA Quadro K2000?
              wim_luiting

              This is what I see with speccy!

               

              Graphics

                Monitor 1

                 Name DELL 2405FPW on NVIDIA Quadro K1000M

                 Current Resolution 1920x1200 pixels

                 Work Resolution 1780x1200 pixels

                 State Enabled, Output devices support, Unsafe

                 Multiple displays Extended, Primary, Enabled

                 Monitor Width 1920

                 Monitor Height 1200

                 Monitor BPP 32 bits per pixel

                 Monitor Frequency 59 Hz

                 Device

              \\.\DISPLAY1\Monitor0

               

                Monitor 2

                 Name DELL 1905FP on NVIDIA Quadro K1000M

                 Current Resolution 1280x1024 pixels

                 Work Resolution 1280x1024 pixels

                 State Enabled, Output devices support, Unsafe

                 Multiple displays Extended, Secondary, Enabled

                 Monitor Width 1280

                 Monitor Height 1024

                 Monitor BPP 32 bits per pixel

                 Monitor Frequency 60 Hz

                 Device

              \\.\DISPLAY2\Monitor0

               

                NVIDIA Quadro K1000M

                 Manufacturer NVIDIA

                 Model Quadro K1000M

                 Device ID 10DE-0FFC

                 Revision A2

                 Subvendor Dell (1028)

                 Current Performance Level Level 2

                 Current GPU Clock 405 MHz

                 Current Memory Clock 900 MHz

                 Voltage 0.918 V

                 Bus Interface PCI Express x16

                 Temperature 45 °C

                 Driver version 9.18.13.1110

                 BIOS Version 80.07.52.00.19

                 Physical Memory 2048 MB

                 Virtual Memory 1792 MB

                  Count of performance levels : 2

                    Level 1 - "2D Desktop"

                     GPU Clock 405 MHz

                     Memory Clock 405 MHz

                    Level 2 - "3D Applications"

                     GPU Clock 405 MHz

                     Memory Clock 900 MHz

              • 4. Re: Anyone have a NVIDIA Quadro K2000?
                nathaniel.arbizu

                The question came up as we are looking at the K2000 as a possible upgrade. I wanted to know if anyone has one, what the performance is, and what driver version they are using. We do not have any of these at the moment. More on this topic is here: http://communities.mentor.com/message/42317

                 

                 

                As for the K1000M, I have done testing on different driver versions and more info is available here: http://communities.mentor.com/message/42340