MojoKid writes: NVIDIA Stepped out at Siggraph today and announced yet another monster GPU, this time for the professional graphics market. The Quadro P6000 is even a step beyond the recently announced Titan X, with 3840 CUDA cores and 12 TFLOPs of compute power at its disposal. You won't find next-generation High Bandwidth Memory here (aka HBM2) like the P100, but the professional graphics card does pack in a healthy 24GB of 10GHz GDDR5X memory. The card is also equipped with four DisplayPort 1.4 ports and one DVI connector and can support up to four displays at 4092x2160 @ 120Hz or four displays at 5120x2880 @ 60Hz. In addition to the new 16nm Pascal-based Quadro cards, NVIDIA also announced that it is extending its VRWorks SDK to include the acceleration of 360-degree video stitching. Additional capabilities are coming to NVIDIA's DGX-1 server as well.