Question Replacing Geforce RTX 2060 Super, with the Nvidia Quadro RTX 4000 GPU

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Looking for some insight on swapping my RTX 2060 super, with a Nvidia Quadro RTX 4000.
Both GPUs have similar capabilities.
This particular machine will be primarily used in 3D CAD modeling, the Quadro is a certified GPU for the software.
The set up I am using is comprised of an Core i7-9700f 3.0Ghz, 32GB DDR4 memory, 500GB PCI-E NVME SSD (Win 10 pro) and a SATAIII 1GB HDD for data storage.
My main concern is that the Quadro GPU may not be compatible.

Looking forward to reading some input.
 
I dont see why it would not be compatible, We bought our CAD computers a few years back and they run i7-8700, 32GB ram, 512GB nvme drives, with Quadro P2000 GPUs.

Just make sure you uninstall the 2060 drivers and install Quadro drivers.
 

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Looking for some insight on swapping my RTX 2060 super, with a Nvidia Quadro RTX 4000.
Both GPUs have similar capabilities.
This particular machine will be primarily used in 3D CAD modeling, the Quadro is a certified GPU for the software.
The set up I am using is comprised of an Core i7-9700f 3.0Ghz, 32GB DDR4 memory, 500GB PCI-E NVME SSD (Win 10 pro) and a SATAIII 1GB HDD for data storage.
My main concern is that the Quadro GPU may not be compatible.

Looking forward to reading some input.
Compatibility should not be an issue. The Quadro should perform well in this config.
 

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