NVIDIA launches TITAN V for $2999

Published: 8th Dec 2017, 07:11 GMT | Comments

NVIDIA is not stopping with Star Wars Edition of the TITAN Xp, just a few weeks later a new TITAN emerges.

NVIDIA TITAN V is not for gamers

A super expensive and super powerful TITAN features 5120 CUDA cores, 21.1 billion transistors and 12 GB of HBM2 memory. It’s a graphics card for high-performance computing designed for machine learning and AI. Not once in official materials, NVIDIA mentions GeForce brand or any gaming purpose of this new card.

TITAN V comes with the same cooler design as TITAN Xp. The shroud, however, is gold.

When it comes to specs, we are looking at 5120 CUDA cores, 320 TMUs, 4608K L2 Cache and 12GB HBM2 3072-bit memory. It’s a 250W dual-slot card. The GPU is designed in a 12nm fabrication process.

The card features brand new PCB with massive GV100 Volta graphics processor.

TITAN V is already available for sale through NVIDIA store for a staggering 2999 USD.

NVIDIA TITAN Series
TITAN VTITAN XpTITAN X
GPU12nm GV10016nm GP10216nm GP102
CUDA Cores
 
5120
 
3840
 
3584
TMUs
 
320
 
240
 
224
ROPs?
 
96
 
96
Max FP32 Compute
 
15 TFLOPS
 
11 TFLOPS
 
10 TFLOPS
Base Clock
 
1200 MHz
 
1480 MHz
 
1431 MHz
Boost Clock
 
1455 MHz
 
1582 MHz
 
1531 MHz
Memory12GB HBM2 3072-bit12GB GDDR5X 384-bit12GB GDDR5X 384-bit
Bandwidth
 
653 GB/s
 
547 GB/s
 
480 GB/s
Price
 
2999 USD
 
1200 USD
 
1200 USD

 


 

Volta-Powered GPU Delivers 110 Teraflops of Deep Learning Horsepower — 9x Its Predecessor — to Researchers and Scientists
Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems — NVIDIA today introduced TITAN V, the world’s most powerful GPU for the PC, driven by the world’s most advanced GPU architecture, NVIDIA Volta.

Announced by NVIDIA founder and CEO Jensen Huang at the annual NIPS conference, TITAN V excels at computational processing for scientific simulation. Its 21.1 billion transistors deliver 110 teraflops of raw horsepower, 9x that of its predecessor, and extreme energy efficiency.

“Our vision for Volta was to push the outer limits of high performance computing and AI. We broke new ground with its new processor architecture, instructions, numerical formats, memory architecture and processor links,” said Huang. “With TITAN V, we are putting Volta into the hands of researchers and scientists all over the world. I can’t wait to see their breakthrough discoveries.”

NVIDIA Supercomputing GPU Architecture, Now for the PC
TITAN V’s Volta architecture features a major redesign of the streaming multiprocessor that is at the center of the GPU. It doubles the energy efficiency of the previous generation Pascal™ design, enabling dramatic boosts in performance in the same power envelope.

New Tensor Cores designed specifically for deep learning deliver up to 9x higher peak teraflops. With independent parallel integer and floating-point data paths, Volta is also much more efficient on workloads with a mix of computation and addressing calculations. Its new combined L1 data cache and shared memory unit significantly improve performance while also simplifying programming.

Fabricated on a new TSMC 12-nanometer FFN high-performance manufacturing process customized for NVIDIA, TITAN V also incorporates Volta’s highly tuned 12GB HBM2 memory subsystem for advanced memory bandwidth utilization.

Free AI Software on NVIDIA GPU Cloud
TITAN V’s incredible power is ideal for developers who want to use their PCs to do work in AI, deep learning and high performance computing.

Users of TITAN V can gain immediate access to the latest GPU-optimized AI, deep learning and HPC software by signing up at no charge for an NVIDIA GPU Cloud account. This container registry includes NVIDIA-optimized deep learning frameworks, third-party managed HPC applications, NVIDIA HPC visualization tools and the NVIDIA TensorRT™ inferencing optimizer.

Immediate Availability
TITAN V is available to purchase today for $2,999 from the NVIDIA store in participating countries.

 


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