NVIDIA GPUs and Product Series Cross-reference

Video card manufacturers mastered the complicated-model-number trick long before the CPU manufacturers did. I can never remember the order of the NVIDIA GPU codenames and what series they correspond to, so I’m posting this as a note to self and Google.  Based on primarily on information from: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nvidia_Quadro and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_Nvidia_graphics_processing_units

I do update this from time to time with new data.

  • NV4x
    • GeForce 6xxx series (and the 7100GS)
    • Quadro FX 1400, 3400, 3450, 4000, 4400 – GPUs referred to as NV4xGL
    • Quadro NVS 285 (NV44)
    • Sequential with the rest of the NVxx, where the first digit denotes the generation, and the second digit is arbitrary.
    • Latest supporting driver is the 304.xx series.
  • G7x
    • GeForce 7xxx series (except for 7100GS)
    • Quadro FX 350, 560, 1500, 3500, 4500, 5500 – G7xGL
    • Latest supporting driver is the 304.xx series.
  • G80 (series also includes G84, G86, and to a degree, G92, G98)
    • GeForce 8xxx series
    • Quadro FX 370 (G84GL), FX 570 (G84GL), FX 1700 (G84GL), FX 4600 (G80GL), FX 5600 (G80GL), VX 200 (G92), NVS 290 (G86)
    • G98 is a low-budget replacement for G86 and unfortunately shared model numbers in the GeForce series.
    • G92 (8800 GT) is a successor/peer for high-end G80 GPUs as found in 8800 GTS/GTX
    • First series to support CUDA – mix of compute capability 1.0 and 1.1
    • Most are PCIe x16
    • Quadro FX 470, 570, 5600 PCIe 2.0 x16
    • Supported by latest drivers.
  • G92a/b, G94a/b, G96a/b, G98
    • GeForce 9xxx series, GeForce 1xx series, parts of the GeForce 2xx series
    • Quadro FX 370 LP (G92), FX 380 (G96), FX 3700 (G92), FX 4700 (G92), NVS 295 (G98), NVS 420 (2x G98), NVS 450 (2x G98)
    • Compute capability 1.1
    • Most are PCIe x16
    • Quadro FX 3700, 4700×2 and VX200 are all PCIe 2.0 x16
    • Supported by latest drivers.
  • GT200, GT216, GT218
    • Parts of the GeForce 2xx series, parts of GeForce 3xxseries
    • Quadro FX 380 LP (GT218GL), FX 3800 (GT200GL), FX 4800 (GT200GL variant D10U-20), FX 5800 (GT200GL variant D10U-30), CX (GT200GL variant D10U-20), NVS300 (GT218)
    • Compute Capability 1.2 on GT21x, 1.3 on GT200a/b
    • PCIe 2.0 x16
    • Supported by latest drivers.
  • GF100, GF104, GF106, GF108
    • GeForce 4xx series
    • Quadro 600 (GF107GL)
    • Quadro 2000 (D), 4000, 5000, 6000 (all GF100GL)
    • Quadro Plex 7000 (two Quadro 6000)
    • First-generation “Fermi” cards
    • Compute capability 2.0 (GF100), 2.1 (others)
    • PCIe 2.0 x16
    • Supported by latest drivers.
  • GF110 (also GF114, GF116, GF117, GF119, and somehow GF106 and GF108?)
    • GeForce GT/GTX 500 series
    • GeForce 710M, GT720M, and 820M
    • Quadro 7000
    • Refreshed “Fermi” – lower power consumption, more functionality enabled
    • PCIe 2.0 x16
    • Supported by latest drivers.
  • GK1XX and GK2XX
    • GeForce 600 series except for 605, GT610, GT620, GT 625, GT 630, GT 640, GT 645 which are rebadged older cards. (Arghh!)
    • GeForce 7xx and 7xxM series, including GeForce GTX Titan and GeForce GTX Titan Black, except for 710M and GT720M mobile cards
    • GeForce GTX 870M, GTX 880M, and some GeForce GTX860M are also Kepler based.
    • Quadro K600, K2000, K2000D (all GK107GL)
    • Quadro K4000 (GK106GL), K5000 (GK104GL), K6000 (GK180GL)
    • Quadro NVS 510
    • Kepler cards
    • Most are PCIe 2.0 x16
    • GeForce 7xx series, most of GeForce 7xxM, and Quadro K6000 are PCIe 3.0 x16
    • GeForce GT730M, GT735M, and some GT740M (GK208-based, similar to GK107) are PCIe 3.0 x8
    • Supported by latest drivers.
  • GM1xx
    • Maxwell architecture
    • GeForce GTX 750 family (GM107)
    • Supported by latest drivers.

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