Jensen Huang gives away 20 TITAN V “CEO Edition” cards to AI researchers

Published: Jun 21st 2018, 11:14 GMT   Comments

A special edition of NVIDIA’s top graphics card has been away during a conference in Utah.


Twenty randomly selected AI researchers have been given a special edition signed by Jensen Huang himself during Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition conference in Salt Lake City on Wednesday.

The new TITAN V comes with 32GB of HBM2 memory, which is 20GB more than TITAN V currently available. It is believed that those changes could also affect the number of ROPs (from 96 to 128), and bus width (3072b to 4096b) but this has not been confirmed by NVIDIA.

Sadly no photos of the graphics card were posted, but the only way to distinguish this custom TITAN V is by looking for ‘CEO Edition’ ribbon and the signature, apart from the specs.

This is a collectible item at its finest, I mean, how could anyone use this graphics card for research at this point?

Titans for the Titans of AI
Twenty guests selected at random joined Huang in the the hotel’s center courtyard. There he presented them with signed, limited edition NVIDIA Titan V CEO Edition GPUs, featuring our groundbreaking NVIDIA Volta Tensor Cores and loaded with 32 gigabytes of memory.

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