The NVIDIA GRIDTM K2 is a dual-slot 10.5 inch PCI Express Gen3 graphics card with two high-end NVIDIA® KeplerTM graphics processing units (GPUs). The NVIDIA GRID K2 has 8 GB of GDDR5 memory (4 GB per GPU), and a 225 W maximum power limit. The NVIDIA GRID K2 graphics board uses a passive heat sink that requires system airflow to properly operate the card within thermal limits. It is designed to accelerate graphics in virtual remote workstation and virtual desktop environments.
The NVIDIA GRID K2 graphics board can be configured to enable or disable ECC (error correcting codes) that can fix single-bit errors and detect double-bit errors. Enabling ECC will cause some of the memory to be used for the ECC bits, so the user available memory will decrease by 10%. ECC protection is for DRAM only.