It’s almost like first time in history when Nvidia declared the swiftest GPU ever several times in a year, and that’s what happened again today. The lately announced “Titan V”, which is most powerful, GPU for PC ever developed as per Nvidia. It depicts a great important leap than other products of the products that have claimed this way, whatsoever, since it’s the consumer-grade first GPU, which is based on new Volta architecture of Nvidia.
Having said that, an unprejudiced definition of the word “consumer” is just in sequence here, as the Titan V sells for $2,999 and is mainly aimed at the simulation processing and the AI. Nvidia states upto 110 teraflops of presentations from its transistors of around 2.1 billion having HBM2 memory of 12GB. 640 “tensor cores” and 5120 CUDA Cores that are said to propose upto 9 times dipper learning performance of its forerunner. It comes in stylish god and black combo that look pretty cool.
CEO and founder of Nvidia, Jensen Huang said that their vision for Volta was in pushing the outer limits of high performance AI and computing. And they made groundbreaking with its new architecture processor, numerical formats, instructions, processor links, and memory architecture. It’s with the Titan V they are putting Volta into the hands of scientists and researchers across the world. He also said he just can’t wait to see all those breakthrough discoveries of them.
Though there’s not specific word about when actually Volta would make its way into more accessible gaming-focused GPUs. The recent Pascal architecture of Nvidia launched over a year age and a half before that with the GTX 1080 that’s still one of the best gaming GPUs available. It really topped in its performance by its processor that’s turbo-charged, the GTX 1080 Ti. But the GPUs of Volta will be way more expensive for Nvidia to manufacture, and thus the company may want to live through the Pascal wave for as long as it can.
The Titan V is achievable now and it’s only limited to two per customer.