NVIDIA TITAN V features GV100-400 GPU

Published: Dec 12th 2017, 10:39 GMT   Comments

Steve from Gamers Nexus took the most expensive NVIDIA TITAN apart. The disassembly confirmed that TITAN V features GV100 graphics processor, a GV100-400 variant to be exact.

For such a big GPU 16 VRM phases are used, possibly the most powerful single-GPU reference design from NVIDIA to date.

The video also confirmed that NVIDIA TITAN V’s board number if PG500. This will come in handy when more Volta SKUs become available.

Price-wise TITAN V is following TITAN Z footsteps, the least popular TITAN to ever be reviewed. Meanwhile, TITAN V will get quite a few reviews. Check Gamers Nexus, PCPerpective, and HardwareLuxx in the coming days, as they confirmed they have the cards in their test labs.

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