NVIDIA has surprised the world with the announcement of their next-gen TITAN V graphics card, a new card that rocks the latest Volta GPU architecture and 12GB of HBM2, culminating in a card that costs a whopping $2999.
The new TITAN V features 21.1 billion transistors, packs 110 TFLOPs of raw horsepower, and has "extreme energy efficiency". NVIDIA explains: "Our vision for Volta was to push the outer limits of high performance computing and AI. We broke new ground with its new processor architecture, instructions, numerical formats, memory architecture and processor links".
NVIDIA's new TITAN V features the GV100 GPU that packs 12GB of HBM2 - the first TITAN card to feature HBM2 memory technology. GV100 features 5120 CUDA cores and 320 TMUs, the same amount of CUDA cores that NVIDIA slapped onto the Tesla V100.
Inside, the new TITAN V features 640 Tensor Cores that are turned for deep learning performance. The GPU itself is clocked at 1200MHz base an up to 1455MHz boost while requiring just an 8+6-pin PCIe power connector setup and 250W TDP. Much less than the power requirements and TDP of AMD's latest Radeon RX Vega graphics cards.
The 12GB of HBM2 has a data rate of 1.7Gbps on a huge 3072-bit memory bus that provides a huge 652.8GB/sec of memory bandwidth.
You can buy the new TITAN V from NVIDIA directly for $2999.