But, Nvidia also claimed this for their last graphics card Titan XP stating that:
“NVIDIA TITAN XP is the world’s most powerful graphics card. Incredible computing horsepower and groundbreaking NVIDIA Pascal architecture give you the power to accomplish things you never thought possible.”
The Boost Clock for the Titan XP is actually higher than the new one which is set at 1582MHz and Titan V is only at 1455 MHz. But, the frame buffer is better in the new one as it uses HBM2 rather than the G5X that is in the Titan XP. However, they both have the same size as they are both 12 GB.
Titan V also has a whopping 110 Teraflops of computing power. This graphics card is claimed to be nine times as powerful as the previous predecessor. Nvidia also is hoping that this graphics card will be the first card to change the current market for graphics cards as they used their new architecture design, Nvidia Volta.
The graphics card is now available to buy for a hefty £2700/$3000. The card is painted in gold and has over 21 billion transistors. Below are the full specs for the new GPU.
Architecture – NVIDIA Volta
Frame Buffer – 12 GB HBM2
Tensor Cores – 640
Graphics Processing Clusters – 6
Streaming Multiprocessors – 80
CUDA Cores (single precision) – 5120
Texture Units – 320
Base Clock (MHz) – 1200 MHz
Boost Clock (MHz) -1455 MHz
Memory Clock – 850 MHz
Memory Data Rate – 1.7 Gbps
L2 Cache Size – 4608K
Total Video Memory – 12288 MB HBM2
Memory Interface – 3072-bit
Total Memory Bandwidth – 652.8 GB/s
Texture Rate (Bilinear) – 384 GigaTexels/sec
Fabrication Process – 12 nm
Transistor Count – 21.1 Billion
Connectors – 3 x DisplayPort, 1 x HDMI
Form Factor – Dual Slot
Power Connectors – One 6-pin, One 8-pin
Recommended Power Supply – 600 Watts
Thermal Design Power (TDP)1 – 250 Watts
Thermal Threshold2 – 91° C
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