NVIDIA Volta Arrives - Titan V Announced

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  1. mesaoz

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    Note: this is not a gaming oriented product. Looks like it's packing nearly double the transistors of the current 1080ti... the consumer GTX variant of this should certainly pack a potent punch.



    Covered by Gamers nexus

    https://www.gamersnexus.net/news-pc/3165-volta-arrives-nvidia-titan-v-graphics-card

     
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  2. Dragonfly

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    That's why they charge 3k for it, to stop people buying it to game on it.
     
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  3. sanjeevlives

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    so about 33% more cuda cores and a bit more bandwidth

    lets see what 2080ti costs as this has moved the pricing goalposts again
     
  4. power

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    such compute, bring it on.
     
  5. DarkSnipa

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    Not for those who could afford a Titan Z back then and dont mind paying for the bragging right, curious how fast it is in 3D Mark.
     
  6. dzajroo

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    Titan V gaming benchmarks coming in 3...2...
     
  7. Cape_Horn

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    Why the gaming benchmarks?
    What is the Hashrate for Eth?
     
  8. dzajroo

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    Just because ;) I bet all the usual youtubers will have this card tested in games in next 2-3 days
     
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    Interesting further change for Nvidia from earlier in the year when Titan only got geforce drivers, didn't even have professional/cad driver features avaliable until Vega FE came out. This is definitely a fully non gaming focused Titan card, with slower clocks than a 1080 ti, with large amounts of die space dedicated to tensor cores and FP64 that games will never use. Any gamer would be throwing money to buy this over waiting consumer volta next year, but hey that's been titan in general. Also unlike Pascal Titan it's actually the flagship GV100 fat die (with FP64 FP16 support etc), whereas the flagship GP100 was never avaliable outside enterprise/quadro. As said a great compute/AI card.
     
  10. mAJORD

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    Yep. Nothing to see here for gamers thats for sure.

    No further rumores re the fabled 'Ampere' core I see.
     
  11. Luke212

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    did anyone buy one yet?
     
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    brb selling my gpu
     
  14. Azzan

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    hmm US$3000 is around AU$4000. You can buy 10x used GTX1070s for that much. :D
     
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    so the 2080 should be around $800aud according to the leaks ai
     
  16. aokman

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    WOW they are really trying to put the Titan out of reach for gamers now... Had a dam good run out of my Titan XP though and don't regret owning it at all.
     
  17. TRAG!C

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    Like others have mentioned this is not a gaming card. So the Titan Xp was a prosumer but still a gaming card, the V looks to be targeted to deep learning only, this is a true enterprise target card. There are 2 crazy specs on this card, transistor count is double that of the Xp and Teraflops compared to Xp go from 12 to 110, thats a lot of compute
     
  18. mAJORD

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    Not to mention the Die size.. (815mm2) , on a 12nm Node.

    Clearly naming it titan is confusing a lot of people who still associate it with a halo Gaming product.. Despite removing GTX prefix

    Single precision performance is only 10% higher than Titan XP, That should be a reasonable indicator
     
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    I agree as it should have been named as something else like a Quadro LE or suchlike, I would have preferred ECC memory on it which I think it doesn't have given its high price.
     
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    as there is no competition in g cards. i'm expecting sky-high prices from nvidia.

    2050ti? :lol:
     

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