As you have seen in the benchmarks, Quadro FX 3000 wins most of the tests. This card has much higher memory bandwidth (1700MHz against 1000MHz) than Quadro 2000, and nearly the same core frequency (450MHz against 466MHz). Still, NVIDIA had to sell out its Quadro 2000 cards (as you remember, NV30-based cards mostly went to the professional market) and that’s why the professional NV35-based product came out later than the gaming analog. However, this is not the end of the battle. ATI is preparing its FireGL X2 graphics card based on the RADEON 9800 PRO GPU. And this card will surely have a higher performance boost over the current flagship, RADEON 9700 PRO-based X1, than in the case of NV30/NV35.
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