Nvidia reveals and gives away 32GB Titan V "CEO Edition" GPUs

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Nvidia reveals and gives away 32GB Titan V

Nvidia reveals and gives away 32GB Titan V "CEO Edition" GPUs

Nvidia's CEO Jensen Huang has officially revealed the company's Titan V CEO edition graphics card at the Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition Conference at Salt Lake City in the US, simultaneously giving away 20 of these "limited edition graphics" cards to randomly selected attendees. 

These graphics cards are not standard Titan V series GPUs, offering an over 2x more VRAM and a fully enabled memory controller to deliver increased memory bandwidth and a higher ROP count. Both of these changes will help accelerate specific workloads, making this graphics card more like a Tesla V100 than a Titan V. 

Right now this new graphics SKU is now available for purchase, which means that some of the specifications of the graphics card remain unknown, though Nvidia lists increased Tensor performance when compared to the standard Titan V, suggesting that more has changed under the hood than meets the eye. Nvidia has either activated more SM units or has increased the Titan V's clock speeds. 

 Titan V CEO EditionTitan VTitan XpGTX Titan XGTX 1080 TiGTX 1080
GPU ArchitectureVoltaVoltaPascal PascalPascalPascal
Process node12nm12nm16nm 16nm16nm16nm
Die Size (mm^2)815815471471471314
SM Units80?8060 565640
Cores per SM646464 646464
CUDA Core Count5120?5120 3840358435842560
Tensor Cores640?640N/AN/AN/AN/A
ROPs12896 96968864
Memory Clock850MHz 850MHz 11408MHz10008MHz11008MHz10008MHz
VRAM Cappacity32GB 12GB12GB 12GB11GB8GB 
Memory Bus Size4096-bit 3072-bit 384-bit384-bit352-bit256-bit 
Memory Bandwidth900GB/s 652.8GB/s547.7GB/s 480 GB/s484 GB/s320 GB/s 
Base clock speed? 1200MHz -1417MHz-1607MHz 
Boost clock speed? 1455Mhz1582MHz1531MHz1582MHz1733MHz 
TDP? 250W250W 250W250W180W 
Power Connection? 1x 8-pin 1x 6-pin1x 8-pin 1x 6-pin 1x 8-pin 1x 6-pin

1x 8-pin 1x 6-pin

1x 8-pin 
PCI Express 3.0 PCIe 3.0 PCIe 3.0PCIe 3.0PCIe 3.0PCIe 3.0

Nvidia reveals and gives away 32GB Titan V  

Today's Titan V costs around $2,999 and £2700 in the US and UK respectively, which implies that Nvidia's CEO edition will end up costing a lot more if it ever hits retail, thanks to the new SKU's increased HBM2 memory capacity and other performance/specifications tweaks. 

It is likely that the Titan V "CEO Edition" or a similar SKU will see a wider release in the near-mid-term future, as it would be extremely unusual for Nvidia to create 20 unique graphics cards that have no significance on their business.

Will Nvidia release another fully enabled Titan V GPU in the future? You can join the discussion on Nvidia's 32GB Titan V "CEO Edition" GPU on the OC3D Forums.   

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21-06-2018, 17:27:45

I'm so happy that Nvidia has the time and resources to funnel out yet another top professional card while leaving its gaming audience unattended - kinda joking...Quote

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