At the end of January, Matrox, once a big-name graphics brand, made a low-key return, releasing a new Matrox D-series multi-screen graphics card, and using the NVIDIA GPU solution for the first time. Nearly four months later, the product is finally on the market.
Matrox is from Canada, founded in 1976, 9 years earlier than ATI, 17 years earlier than NVIDIA, 2D graphics era fame, but into the 3D gaming era gradually lonely, the beginning of this century stopped GPU research and development, into the video market, products have codec cards, frame rsabots, 2D/3D deep learning image software, multi-screen treasure and so on, has been working closely with AMD.
The newly released Matrox D series features a specially tailored NVIDIA Quadro GPU, but the exact architecture and specifications have not been announced, except that it supports DX12, OpenGL 4.5, OpenCL 1.2, presumably at least the Pascal architecture.
Among them, the Matrox D1480 is a high-end model, equipped with four DisplayPort 1.2 interface, the highest resolution of a single screen 5120 x 3200/60Hz, four screens is more than 65.5 million pixels, and support four-card parallel, can output 16 screens per system.
The Matrox D1450 is available in four HDMI 2.0, with a single-screen maximum resolution of 4096 x 2160/60Hz.
Both support independent desktop mode, stretch edgy mode, clone mode, Pivot mode and edge overlap, border management, EDID management, and more.
The D1480 is currently the first to be shipped, and the D1450 will be shipped next month.