Nvidia announces their $3000 Titan V Volta GPU

Nvidia announces their $3000 Titan V Volta GPU

Nvidia announces their $3000 Titan V Volta GPU

At the NIPs annual AI conference Nvidia has announced their new Titan V GPU, the company’s first Vota-based Titan series GPU which will ship with a colossal $3,000 price tag.  

This new graphics processor is designed to service the high-end prosumer market and will be the first Titan series GPU that makes use of HBM2 memory. At this time, the full specifications of this GPU are unknown, though early reports have stated that this GPU will be making use of a Nvidia GV100 GPU core and 12GB of HBM2 memory. 

If this report is accurate, this means that this GV100 GPU will be using three stacks of HBM2 memory, not the full four stacks that Nvidia’s GV100 GPU is capable of supporting, showing that this ultra-high cost GPU isn’t even the best that Nvidia’s GV100 core is capable of. 

  

Nvidia announces their $3000 Titan V Volta GPU

This GPU will be built using TSMC’s 12nm manufacturing process, like all of Nvidia’s other existing Volta series graphics cards. To be clear, this GPU is not directed at gamers, though it would certainly be interesting to see how this GPU stacks up with today’s Pascal offerings. 

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