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Nvidia announced PCIe Tesla P100 graphics accelerator

Nvidia announced PCIe Tesla P100 graphics accelerator

Nvidia announced PCIe Tesla P100 graphics accelerator

Nvidia announced PCIe Tesla P100 graphics accelerator

 

Nvidia has announced a new PCIe version of their Tesla P100 graphics accelerator, finally delivering Big Pascal to standard PC and server platforms. 

The main thing about this product is that it is not designed for gaming applications, not even a little. This GPU is designed for heavy compute loads, lacking even a single display output.

This GPUs is also running at much lower clock speeds than Nvidia's desktop grade Pascal GPUs, with the NVLink Nvidia Tesla P100 running at 1328MHz base and 1480MHz boost, meaning that this GPU may have a lot more compute potential for future iterations as yields improve. 

  Nvidia announced PCIe Tesla P100 graphics accelerator

The PCIe versions of Nvidia's Tesla P100 come with lower amounts of compute power than the NVLink based version, likely meaning that the PCIe versions of this GPU will run at either lower clock speeds, a lower number of active GPU/CUDA cores or some combination of the two.  

One of the PCIe versions will also come with a reduced amount of HBM memory, disabling one of the 4 HBM chips and offering 3 quarters of the bandwidth and capacity of the full GP-100 GPU. 

 

  Nvidia announced PCIe Tesla P100 graphics accelerator  

 

Right now Nvidia states that the P100 is in volume production and that the chip will be selling first to the supercomputing market in June 2016 and will be arriving with OEMs in Q1 2017.  

Nvidia has stated that they are not currently planning on releasing the GP100 GPU core in a Geforce GTX part but given the fact that the GK110 and GM200 GPU cores eventually became GTX Titan series GPUs and later GTX X80 Ti series GPUs it seems likely that this GPU will eventually hit the market as a future flagship GPU when production yields and volume make it affordable. 

 

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