True Workstation Cards for M6300

February 12, 2008

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Status: Implemented

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The FX1600m is nice, but, the M6300 is no competitor to the M90 with a FX3500m. I would like to see a dx10 version of the FX3500m, I assume it will be the FX3600m?

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Please see mano_g's comment

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  • Nov 12, 2008     Comment Link

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    Thanks!!!
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  • Sep 13, 2008     Comment Link

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    @mano_g: where is this M6400 of which you speak? (I don't see it offered yet on the small biz site..? - still just a "3" version)
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  • Sep 6, 2008     Comment Link

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    It took long enough.
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  • Sep 5, 2008     Comment Link

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    Changed status to **IMPLEMENTED**.
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  • Sep 5, 2008     Comment Link

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    The Dell Precision M6400 supports 2 different graphics solutions. The NVIDIA Quadro FX 2700M with 512MB of dedicated memory and the NVIDIA Quadro FX 3700M with 1GB of dedicated memory. mano_g Sr. Product Marketing Manager Dell Precision Product Marketing
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  • Mar 6, 2008     Comment Link

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    it won't let me select one with a blu-ray drive, though - which stinks
    I really hope that gets fixed ASAP
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  • Mar 6, 2008     Comment Link

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    WOO! Thank You Dell! Time to order that precision!
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  • Feb 29, 2008     Comment Link

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    the 3600M is now out and offered on the M6300
    (you can even get a 64-bit version with 8GB RAM :)
    but I'd rather get an M9300 once they decide to do that..?
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  • Feb 12, 2008     Comment Link

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    For those of you who demoted this, why? I am not upset I am just curious what your reasoning is? The FX1600m is not really a great workstation card , it does some good rendering, but bigger jobs require more power. It is rather amusing the M90 is still availabe to large businesses.
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  • Feb 12, 2008     Comment Link

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    The specs at nvidia for the Quadro 1600 look like Dell took a step backward from the M90. And there does not seem to be any other major improvements over the M90 either. I'm glad I bought one of the last M90s with a steep discount.