Nvidia Shows Off Quadro P6000-Powered Multi-User VR System At GTC

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The use of VMs is interesting. It's good that it can work with VMs, but it sorta feels like they had to use VMs to support multiple Vives on one system.

Anyway, the use of P6000's is simply gratuitous. IRL, I'd imagine people would just use GTX 1070's or perhaps P4000's if 1070's don't handle continuous day-long usage well enough.
 

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Aside from the HUGE amount of 24 GB of Vram those cards are not so very different from 1080 Ti's (with 11 GB). And as they are using VMs, likely communicating via network, you could also just buy 4 "regular" gaming PCs (and a cheap Ethernet switch) sporting a 1080 Ti each for ~8k bucks plus headsets.
 
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