It looks like Nvidia broadcasts the quickest GPU in history a couple of occasions a 12 months, and that’s precisely what’s happened once more today; the Titan V is “essentially the most robust pc GPU ever created,” in Nvidia’s words. It represents a extra tremendous bounce than most merchandise which have made that declare, nonetheless, as it is the first purchaser-grade GPU established around Nvidia’s new Volta architecture.

That said, a liberal definition of the word “client” is so as right here — the Titan V sells for $2,999 and is concentrated around AI and scientific simulation processing. Nvidia claims up to 110 teraflops of efficiency from its 21.1 billion transistors, with 12GB of HBM2 memory, 5120 CUDA cores, and 640 “tensor cores” which are stated to offer up to 9 occasions the deep-finding out efficiency of its predecessor.

Additionally it comes in gold and black, which looks pretty cool.

Nvidia Titan V,the GTX 1080 Ti,With Titan V

“Our vision for Volta was once to push the outer limits of excessive performance computing and AI. We broke new ground with its new processor architecture, guidelines, numerical codecs, reminiscence structure and processor links,” Nvidia founder and CEO Jensen Huang says in a declaration. “With Titan V, we’re striking Volta into the arms of researchers and scientists in every single place the sector. I will be able to’t wait to look their step forward discoveries.”

There’s no word on when Volta might make its means into extra possible gaming-targeted GPUs. Nvidia’s present Pascal structure was presented over a year and a half of ago with the GTX 1080, which still remains one of the most great gaming GPUs to be had — simplest really topped in efficiency via its turbocharged successor, the GTX 1080 Ti. Volta GPUs will likely be much more steeply-priced for Nvidia to produce, so the company could wish to journey out the Pascal wave as long as it will possibly.

The Titan V is available at present and is restrained to 2 per client.


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