Nvidia Quadro FX 370
The Quadro FX 370 is difficult to categorize. At $150 it is remarkably inexpensive for a professional board, but the performance is poor as you’s likely expect. For simple computing tasks without great requirements it can be used, but you should consider whether you are saving money in the wrong area.
The memory connection of this model seems to be a little outdated. It’s equipped with 256 MB of DDR2 memory; the memory modules communicate through a 64-bit wide memory interface, which results in a bandwidth of only 6.4 GB/s. Under the hood sits the G84 chip, manufactured at 80 nm, which is also used on the GeForce 8600. As a general rule when using this card, it’s best to not even start shading operations, but rather to only work with wire mesh models or draw lines in architectural plans.