Technical Specifications - Graphics
NVIDIA NVS 510 2GB
Image Quality Features
DA - 14286 North America — Version 20 — November 21, 2013
Microsoft Windows XP Professional (64-bit and 32-bit)
Red Hat Enterprise Linux(RHEL)
SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 11 (64-bit and 32-bit)
HP qualified drivers may be preloaded or the latest HP qualified drivers are
available from the HP support Web site:
SUSE Linux Enterprise drivers may also be obtained from:
1. The thermal solution used on this card is an active fan heatsink.
2. Factory configured NVS 310 graphics card have no cable adpaters included.
Adapters must be ordered separately.
3. Option kit NVS 310 includes 2 DP to DVI-D cable adapters.
Low Profile, 2.713 inches × 6.3 inches, single slot
NVS 510 GPU
Core Clock: 797 Mhz
Memory Clock: 891 Mhz
CUDA Cores: 192
PCI Express x16, Generation 2.0
Four mini-DisplayPort to DisplayPort adapters included.
(DisplayPort to DVI-D, DisplayPort to VGA, DisplayPort to HDMI, and
DisplayPort to Dual-Link DVI adapters available as separate accessories)
Mini-DisplayPort connectors support ultra-high-resolution panels (up to 3840
x 2160 @ 60Hz)
NOTE: This card supports up to four displays. For Windows XP, only 2 active
displays are supported.
10-bit internal display processing, including hardware support for 10-bit scan-
DisplayPort with Multi-Stream Technology (MST) and High Bit Rate 2 (HBR2)
Digital Display Support
1. DisplayPort Output
- Drives four DisplayPort enabled digital display at resolutions up to 3840 ×
2160 at 60 Hz with reduced blanking, when connected natively using the 4
DisplayPort connectors on the NVS 510 graphics card.
- DisplayPort Multi-Stream Topology (MST) Technology: Supports various
combinations of display resolutions and number of displays when using
DisplayPort multi stream topology technology - up to a maximum of 4
monitors at a resolution of 1920 × 1200 at 60 Hz with reduced blanking.
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