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  1. The P1000 is equipped with a 640 CUDA core Pascal GPU, 4GB GDDR5 of onboard memory and advanced display technologies, all of which are tightly packed inside a low-profile form factor. In addition, it supports up to for four 4K displays with a native resolution of 4096x2160 (60Hz) and does not require any additional power connector, as its maximum consumption is quoted at just 47W--less than half of what the P4000 pulls out. NVIDIA Quadro P1000 Review
  2. The WX 3100 is based on the 14nm Polaris GPU architecture and is equipped with eight compute units (512 stream processors), 4GB GDDR5 memory (96GB/s bandwidth) and offers 1.25 TFLOPS single precision compute. In aggregate, the WX 3100 is expected to perform 2.3 times better than the prior iteration. AMD maintains a focus of efficiency, the WX 3100 draws a max of 50W with power monitoring and management that is designed to reduce power consumption at idle. The WX 3100 includes three outputs (1xDP, 2x mini DP 1.4) capable of driving three 4K displays at 60Hz or one 5K 30Hz. AMD Radeon Pro WX 3100 Review