Nvidia announces Titan V, a $3000 graphics card based on Volta

December 8th, 2017   decode   news

NVIDIA has announced the Titan V, a prosumer graphics card based on the company’s brand new Volta architecture using 12nm process that supersedes the previous Pascal architecture found on the Titan Xp. It’s a $3000 graphics card that is designed entirely with compute performance in mind for people working on AI, deep learning, 3D rendering, and other computationally intensive applications.

At the heart of the Titan V is the GV100 GPU that was first seen on the $10000 (yes, that’s one with five zeroes) Tesla V100 back in May. For the most parts, the GPU is identical, with 21.1B…

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