NVIDIA Quadro Sync

NVIDIA® Quadro® Sync solutions enable the creation of dazzling ultra-high resolution, perfectly synchronized displays to meet the visualization and presentation needs across industries.

Designed for flexibility and scalability, Quadro Sync boards connect to select NVIDIA RTX and NVIDIA Quadro GPUs, synchronizing them with the displays or projectors attached to them. Quadro Sync also enables NVIDIA Mosaic technology on those synchronized displays and projectors, providing an easy way to scale the resolution of any application.

Benefits of Quadro Sync

Quadro Sync

Quadro Sync with NVIDIA RTX and NVIDIA Quadro GPUs support Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10 and Linux, providing a robust system that lets you:

  • Keep multi-projector systems or video walls free of imaging artifacts without impacting performance
  • Align inputs for multi-input display devices like 4K projectors or panels
  • Keep stereoscopic 3D displaying properly across multiple systems
  • Align displays or projectors to an external timing source

Key Features of Quadro Sync II

Maximum number of GPUs per Sync card 4
Maximum number of Sync cards per system 2*
Maximum number of synchronized GPUs per system 8*
Maximum number of displays or projectors per system 32*
Maximum number of displays or projectors with NVIDIA Mosaic per system 32*
Stereoscopic display support checkbox
Projector Overlap support checkbox
Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) support checkbox

Flexible and Scalable Deployment of Ultra-High Resolution Display Systems

  • A broadcaster can power up to a 32* 4K-display video wall for on-air display with just one system.
  • A flight simulator can move from HD resolution to four-input 4K projectors with the same-size visualization cluster.
  • A research lab can create a stereoscopic 3D display wall of up to 32* displays with just one system.

Quadro Sync II User Guide

Synchronize Using Quadro SLI Bridges

For simple synchronization of dual-GPU NVIDIA Mosaic installations, consider using a Quadro SLI bridge.

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