NVIDIA Quadro K1100M is a mid-range graphics chip, announced in mid Q2 of 2013. It is part of the Kepler generation and relies on a GK107 core, constructed through a 28nm process. It consists of two shader blocks, known as SMX, and each of those has 192 smaller shader cores, also known as CUDA, for a total of 384 CUDA cores. The package also includes 32 texture cores and 16 raster cores.
All of them operate at a base 1029MHz and there is boost option available. NVIDIA has not included the optional Turbo Mode in this series. Normally, if the laptop’s cooling capacity allows for it, Turbo Mode can increase the clock frequency.
The chip has a 128bit bus, 2GB of GDDR5 memory, and its power consumption peeks at 45 watts. NVIDIA Quadro K1100M supports DirectX 11, Pixel Shader 5.0, Optimus, PhysX, OpenCL 1.2, OpenGL 4.4, 3D Vision, 3DTV Play and CUDA. Memory bandwidth is 44.8GB/sec. The K1100M can actively output to four individual displays with a max resolution of 3840×2160 (also known as 4K).
You can find all available laptops with NVIDIA Quadro K1100M here:
NVIDIA Quadro K1100M (2GB GDDR5) - specs
|Manufacturing Process||28 nm|
|Base frequency||1029 MHz|
|Memory Frequency||2800 MHz|
|Memory bandwith||45 GB/sec|
|Power consumption||45 W|
|Maximum frequency||1124 MHz|
|Memory Capacity||2 GB|
|Supported technologies||DirectX 11, Pixel Shader 5.0, Optimus, PhysX, OpenCL 1.2, OpenGL 4.4, 3D Vision, 3DTV Play, CUDA.|