GRID P4-2Q/PCI/SSE2 3D Mark Okay, technical Info, known issues and bugs


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GRID P4-2Q/PCI/SSE2 - Technical information.


The NVIDIA GRID P4-2Q is a dedicated GPU for virtualized environments and data centers designed to provide graphics acceleration and compute performance for virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) and applications. Here is some technical information about this GPU:

- GPU Architecture:
The NVIDIA GRID P4-2Q is based on the NVIDIA Pascal GPU architecture.

- CUDA Cores:
The exact number of CUDA cores may vary depending on the model. However, the GRID P4-2Q has a sufficient number of CUDA cores to perform parallel computing operations.

- Memory:
The GRID P4-2Q has its own GDDR5 memory used for processing graphics and calculation requests.

- Performance:
The performance of this GPU depends on various factors, including the specific applications and workloads it is used for.

- Virtualization Features:
The GRID P4-2Q offers advanced virtualization features that allow multiple users to access the GPU simultaneously without compromising performance.

- Supported Platforms:
The NVIDIA GRID P4-2Q is optimized for use in virtualized environments such as VMware vSphere, Citrix XenServer and Microsoft Hyper-V.

- Driver Support:
Dedicated drivers are provided for the NVIDIA GRID graphics cards, specifically designed for virtualized environments and providing optimal performance and compatibility.

For specific technical details and performance features, I recommend consulting NVIDIA's official documentation for the GRID P4-2Q or contacting NVIDIA Support.

GRID P4-2Q/PCI/SSE2, known issues and bugs.


There may not be much publicly available information about known issues and bugs specific to the NVIDIA GRID P4-2Q GPU because it is often used in specialized environments such as virtualized data centers and most issues and bugs can be caused by driver and virtualization software.

Some common issues that can occur with GPUs in virtualized environments are:

1. Driver incompatibilities:
Issues may occur if the GPU drivers do not interact correctly with the virtualization software or operating system.

2. Performance Issues:
In some cases, performance bottlenecks may occur, especially when many users are accessing the GPU at the same time and resources are competing.

3. Virtualization Platform Compatibility:
Different hypervisors and virtualization platforms may have different GPU requirements, which may cause compatibility issues.

4. Resource Allocation:
Insufficient allocation of GPU resources can lead to performance issues and unexpected behavior.

To identify specific issues and bugs, it is advisable to consult NVIDIA's official documentation for the GRID P4-2Q GPU and, if necessary, contact NVIDIA Support. In some cases, known issues may also be discussed in virtualization and GPU acceleration forums or discussion groups.
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