NVIDIA launched the NVS 810, a new digital signature video card for the business market. It looks a lot like a product you'd expect to see in Matrox's lineup, it's designed for multi-display digital advertising installations and has a whopping eight Mini-DisplayPort 1.2 connectors.
Each connector can drive a screen with a 4096 x 2160 pixel (4K) resolution at 30Hz, but it's also possible to drive four 4K screens at 60Hz. The card is actually a dual-GPU solution, it features two of the lower-end GM107 GPUs. Pricing is expected to be in the $650 to $750 range and the card will start shipping later this month.
Our new NVIDIA NVS 810 graphics board comes in a small package. But it delivers big output for multi-display digital signage installations. Its connectivity options are exceptional. It comes with eight mini-DisplayPort 1.2 connectors. Each can drive true 4K resolution displays that are all synchronized — an industry first.
The NVS 810 joins our unparalleled lineup of Quadro and NVS graphics cards and display and desktop management offerings. These professional GPUs are behind many of the most impressive signage displays ever built.
Driven by the world’s most advanced GPU architecture, NVIDIA Maxwell, the NVS 810 is a workhorse for the digital signage industry. It powers massive display walls with extreme screen resolution, enabling a more immersive visual experience.
The NVS 810 card’s single-slot design coupled with NVIDIA DesignWorks technologies like Mosiac and Warp & Blend makes it easy to combine multiple cards into a single system to drive large signage displays cost-effectively.
Like its stablemates, the NVS 810 also supports nView and NVWMI, among other tools, to simplify image management tasks and manage GPU installations remotely.