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GRID K5100M
Hello. New beta driver ([url]http://www.nvidia.com/download/driverResults.aspx/76862/en-us[/url]) supports "GRID K5100M". Can someone explain board "GRID K5100M" and availability (notebook MXM-B or standard PCIe board?) ? I read pci identity as 10de:11b8 (GK104GLM - Quadro K5100M) with subid 10de:1114 (GRID K5100M). Will be Quadro K5100M upgradable to Grid K5100M ? Thanks, Martin Cerveny
Hello.

New beta driver (http://www.nvidia.com/download/driverResults.aspx/76862/en-us) supports "GRID K5100M". Can someone explain board "GRID K5100M" and availability (notebook MXM-B or standard PCIe board?) ?
I read pci identity as 10de:11b8 (GK104GLM - Quadro K5100M) with subid 10de:1114 (GRID K5100M). Will be Quadro K5100M upgradable to Grid K5100M ?

Thanks, Martin Cerveny

#1
Posted 07/08/2014 10:44 AM   
GRID K5100M is an MXM module designed to enable blade servers. Similar to GRID K1 and K2, it supports GRID vGPU technology. Quadro K5100Ms are not upgradable. For availability please check directly with your OEM of choice.
GRID K5100M is an MXM module designed to enable blade servers. Similar to GRID K1 and K2, it supports GRID vGPU technology. Quadro K5100Ms are not upgradable.

For availability please check directly with your OEM of choice.

Milan Diebel, Product Manager NVIDIA GRID

#2
Posted 07/27/2014 03:36 AM   
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