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If you are not already looking for this part go ahead and ignore it. It's a professional graphics card but is considered useful for people running video servers because it has some unlocked features. For any other purpose, it's not a good deal.
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I would rather use the NVIDIA driver hack on a GTX 1060. https://github.com/keylase/nvidia-patch
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No, it actually doesn't. This is the desktop version of the P2000.

160 bit memory bus vs 128 bit on the 1050 Ti.

5GB memory vs 4GB on the 1050Ti.

1024 cuda cores vs 768 on the 1050 Ti.

This is the most powerful non 6 pin external power card money can buy. Similar to GTX 970 power.
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Good find, thanks! This is the lowest I remember seeing it. At this price it's a fantastic addition to anyone with a Plex server who needs serious transcoding power.
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What is the difference between this one and Dell Part# A9592275?
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What is the difference between this one and Dell Part# A9592275?
About $160 Wink Seriously, it's the same card. I don't know why Dell prices them differently. I purchased this "Precision / Customer Kit" model back in January. It's a Quadro P2000, just like that other part # you referenced.
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Isn't this a mobile graphic card? How can I use it?
If you are not already looking for this part go ahead and ignore it. It's a professional graphics card but is considered useful for people running video servers because it has some unlocked features. For any other purpose, it's not a good deal.
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There are ways to use gtx series gpus to run more than 2 transcodes on plex.
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Good find, thanks! This is the lowest I remember seeing it. At this price it's a fantastic addition to anyone with a Plex server who needs serious transcoding power.
I would rather use the NVIDIA driver hack on a GTX 1060. https://github.com/keylase/nvidia-patch
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Good find, thanks! This is the lowest I remember seeing it. At this price it's a fantastic addition to anyone with a Plex server who needs serious transcoding power.
What are we talking here? Like multiple 4K transcodes?
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What are we talking here? Like multiple 4K transcodes?
That's definitely one scenario where this card would come in handy. Personally, I didn't want to upgrade the parts in my aging Plex server. The CPU/Mobo/RAM is all from 2013. Still runs fine, but I'm adding family members to stream from my server and it was starting to bottleneck on multiple simultaneous transcodes. I had the option of spending ~$330 (sale price from Dell at the time I got my P2000) on a single, fairly power-efficient video card that handles everything I throw at it, or I could have spent as much (or more) money buying new CPU/Mobo/RAM for my server, which probably still wouldn't result in the transcoding power I get from this card. So it was an obvious choice for my situation.
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If you are not specifically looking for this card, it is not for you.This is for CAD, or for professional video/photo editing, and from what I read now, a plex server. This can be used to game, but it will not be used to its fullest potential and you will get more mileage from a GTX.

hanks OP, my work needed a backup computer for Civil3d and this will do perfectly for the workstation I am building.
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I would rather use the NVIDIA driver hack on a GTX 1060. https://github.com/keylase/nvidia-patch
I imagine a lot of folks would. But there's plenty of us who also want something that "just works" without having to worry about upgrading drivers or any other potential complications down the road. If power efficiency is a factor, the P2000 is also nice to have.
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