NVIDIA announced the new monstrous TITAN V with the Volta GV 100 GPU, 110 TFLOPs, and 12GB HBM2

Published on December 8, 2017

NVIDIA launched their Pascal based TITAN X last year, which promises to have 11 teraflops of computing performance. During April in this year, the NVIDIA has ratcheted with their overall performance tad by unlocking the new Pascal GP 102 core, in a new form of TITAN XP, which is said to boast at a speed of about 12 TFLOPs of entire compute power.


At present, the NVIDIA is about to unleash their utterly new GPU, the TITAN V., The card for the same, was announced recently at the Workshop and Conference that happened on the NIPS (Neural Information Processing Systems) at Long Beach in California. The all-new TITAN V is wholly based upon the NVIDIA Volta architecture, and with this new announcement, the company is about to make a giant leap with their overall computing performance.

According to the recent reports that were released by the company, the all-new TITAN V has been redesigned by Tensor Cores, which shall be featuring an independent parallel integer and other floating point data paths, to help fuel up the 9X inbuilt performance of the Tensor, when compared to the previous version TITAN XP.

All these powers are entirely packed into the 21.1 billion transistors named as the GV 100 GPU that has been manufactured, making use of the TSMC 12nm FFN, completely customized to provide better performance for the NVIDIA. The TITAN V has been loaded up with about 5120 CUDA cores and with 640 Tensor Cores and has a base or boost clock speed of about 1200 MHz and with 1455 MHz respectively.

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