Specs announced............. holy CHRIST!
"TITAN V excels at computational processing for scientific simulation. Its 21.1 billion transistors deliver 110 teraflops of raw horsepower (this means what it can crunch - in tensor), 9x that of its predecessor, and extreme energy efficiency".
"The NVIDIA Titan V is based on the GV100 GPU architecture and features a total of 5120 CUDA cores and 320 texture units. This is the exact same amount of cores featured on the Tesla V100. In addition to the regular cores, the card also packs 640 Tensor Cores inside the Volta GPU. These are geared for maximum deep learning performance as the card can crunch up to 110 TFLOPs of GPU performance for AI related algorithms. The entirety of the core is clocked at 1200 MHz base and 1455 MHz boost. Even with such hefty amount of specs, the card only requires a 8 and 6 pin power connector configuration to boot and comes in a 250W package."
I'm absolutely, unequivocally, SOLD!
So coming to the HBM2 VRAM, yes there’s 12 GB of that on board the graphics card and it comes with a data rate of 1.7 Gbps along a 3072-bit memory bus. This gives the card a total bandwidth of 652.8 GB/s which is way faster than the previous Titan Xp. Compared to the Tesla V100, we are looking at a cut down bus interface (4096-bit vs 3072-bit) and also lower VRAM of 12 GB compared to 16 GB on that board. Overall, this graphics card can be used for both professional and regular workloads such as gaming and it will be interesting what kind of punch this card packs.
Last edited by CGI-Quality - on 08 December 2017