GTC 2018 - NVIDIA has just unveiled its new Quadro GV100 workstation graphics card, which is now powered by the Volta GPU architecture and sees the combination of HBM2 as well.
The new Quadro GV100 is the first Quadro graphics card to feature the Volta GPU architecture, and it's also the first to feature HBM2 technology. NVIDIA's current Tesla V100 is virtually identical to the Quadro GV100, with its Volta GPU architecture and HBM2 memory technology.
NVIDIA's refreshed Quadro GV100 features the same specs as the Tesla V100, with new AI-dedicated Tensor cores that help out with AI models, alongside the faster NVLink bandwidth that scales far higher and faster in multi-GPU rigs.
NVIDIA Quadro GV100 Specs:
- GPU Memory: 32GB HBM2
- Memory Interface: 4096-bit
- Memory Bandwidth: Up to 870 GB/s
- ECC: Yes
- NVIDIA CUDA Cores: 5120
- NVIDIA Tensor Cores: 640
- Double-Precision Performance: 7.4 TFLOPS
- Single-Precision Performance: 11.4 TFLOPS
- Tensor Performance: 118.5 TFLOPS
- NVIDIA NVLink: Connect 2 GV100 GPUs
- NVIDIA NVLink bandwidth: 200GB/s
- Interface: PCI Express 3.0 x16
- Max Power Consumption: 250W
- Form Factor: Dual-slot, Full Height, 4.4-inch by 10.5-inch
- Connectors: Four DP 1.4
- Display Resolutions: 4x 4096 x 2160 at 120Hz / 4x 5120 x 2880 at 60Hz / 2x 7680 x 4320 at 60Hz
- Graphic APIs: Shader Model 5.1, OpenGL 4.5, DirectX 12.0, Vulkan 1.0
- Compute APIs: CUDA, DirectCompute, OpenCL
The new NVIDIA Quadro GV100 costs $8999 and is available now on NVIDIA's website.
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