NVIDIA’S latest breakthrough graphics card, Titan V is primarily designed for complex machine learning, data analysis and in innovative artificial intelligence developmental projects. The recent launch revealed one of the most powerful and resourceful graphics cards for PC which intrigued many in checking out the specifications and features that comes with this flagship GPU.
The exotic Titan V is packed with 21.1 billion transistor Volta GPU, 5120 CUDA cores enabled along with 640 tensor cores to perform 9 times more powerfully, HBM2 memory bus whose capacity has been reduced to 3072 bit from 4096 bit, thus dropping the memory capacity from 16GB to 12GB. Nvidia founder and CEO said, “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.” Thus it is understood that Titan V is more specifically introduced for hi-level research works and deep learning. With massive machine learning capacity and excellent bandwidth to complement the heavy-duty operations, Titan V is the new-age solution for machine learning scientists who can easily install this card on their PC.
Based on Volta platform which is highly efficient in delivering complex computation and addressing calculations, Titan V is effective and competent in dealing with scientific simulation and other procedures. It is also fabricated on the new technology of TSMC 12 nanometer FFN high-performance processing.
Insight Look At The Specifications
- Graphics Processing Clusters: 6
- Streaming Multiprocessors: 80
- Cuda Cores: 5120
- Texture Units: 320
- Base Clock: 1200MHz
- Boost Clock: 1455MHz
- Memory Clock: 850MHz
- Memory Data Rate: 1.7Gbps
- L2 Cache Size: 4608K
- Total Video Memory: 12288 MB HBM2
- Memory Interface: 3072-bit
- Total Memory Bandwidth: 652.8GB/s
- Texture Rate: 384GB/s
- Fabrication process: 12NM
- Transistor Count: 21.1 billion
- Connectors: 3 x display port, 1 x HDMI
- Form Factor: dual slot
- Power Connectors: one 6 pins, one 8 pins
- Recommended Power Supply: 600 watts
- Thermal Design Power: 250 watts
- Thermal Threshold: 91-degree centigrade
Thought At Last
Well, definitely this is not a card for gamers if you are actually preparing yourself to buy one. This next-gen graphics card is designed and created for AI-based applications and deep learning. Moreover, a card worth $3000 is too much for the game experience. So, let’s hope some more graphics card launches in the near future to support game lovers without making a hole in their pockets.
Stay tuned for the updates.
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