NVIDIA has announced Titan V

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  1. UZ7

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    "Poor Volta"(TM)

    Rather interested in benchmarks, this card should give an idea how Nvidia 11xx series will perform.
     
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    "THE MOST POWERFUL PC GPU EVER CREATED" That is a given. If ti wasn't it would be a huuuuge disappointment. Also wait a while get the same power or more for 700€ in the form of whatever Ti. It's a cut one even, I wonder how big the die is I guess it's 815mm2 - the tensor cores. No wonder it costs what it costs.

    So by the end of the year we get similar setup Ti and Titan Vp or something
     

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    Very very surprising, will be very interesting to see its performance
     
  6. Vipu2

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    Why was this on top of the page instead of December contest!
    I already though Hilbert got very nice to us.
     
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    ok now we wait the review and if it handle "plant vs zombies" at 60fps :)
     
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    I suspect NVidia will be ramping its prices upwards. The Ti will probably cost $1200 or so, and they will continue to sell the 1080 Ti at its current price point. So instead of diminishing the value of Pascal cards, they will instead simply add a new tier above it that's more expensive. They can get away with it since the 1080 Ti already was the fastest consumer GPU. AMD wasn't able to compete with it.

    Or, they might not release any new consumer-level cards at all. Just this Titan. Who knows.

    Basically, a $3000 Titan is bad news for everyone.
     
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    Apple is about to release the new Mac pro / iMac pro. This will be a serious machine for professionals but has an AMD chip.
    Nvidia releases an professional grade card now to keep it' marked share in the professional marked.
     
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    Judging by specs, it is about three times faster than 1070 for 7.5X the price. Lets wait and see how 2070 and 2080 compare.
     

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    Well it's a huge chip. So no wonder it costs what it costs. Since full GV100 is 815mm this won't be far behind and that is quite risky to make already. Cutting Tensor cores will bring price down a lot for more consumer aimed chips.
     
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    Pretty.....too expensive for me....but pretty...
     
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    :D Well, at least they managed to get them in for Christmas
     
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    Mother of god, 3000$ MSRP? Imagine what it will cost in you'r local resellers shop.
     
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    One thing I find strange is the three HBM2 stacks, and only 12GB of VRAM.
    That would mean that this package has been specifically made for the Consumer market....unless there is a disabled/defective HBM stack ?
    Would love to see the actual chip under the heatsink...
     
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    AMD is using 2 stacks for 8GB. So 3 stacks of them is 12 GB.
    Nothing strange there.
    In the end it may be a full GV100 with a one HBM stack not properly connected to interposer.
    The price sure looks like thats the case.
     
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    No, it's more expensive because of this:

    Users of TITAN V can gain immediate access to the latest GPU-optimised AI, deep learning and HPC software by signing up at no charge for an NVIDIA GPU Cloud account. This container registry includes NVIDIA-optimised deep learning frameworks, third-party managed HPC applications, NVIDIA HPC visualisation tools and the NVIDIA TensorRT™ inferencing optimiser

    I highly doubt the TI will include anything to do with AI and deep learning.

    This is a professional card, sold as a consumer card so people can dabble with the deep learning aspect. It's aimed at people who can afford $3,000 to spend on their hobby if their hobby/interest is in AI and deep learning. It also plays games...
     
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  19. Evildead666

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    Thats the point. i was expecting all these chips to be 4-Stack HBM, and just be rebrands of the tesla chips.
    If there is really just 3 Stacks, then they might be getting rid of extra stock of Volta GPU's they don't have Supercomputer customers for, but hadn't added the HBM yet.

    I really suspect these may have a defective HBM stack, and that all the GV100's have 4-Stacks.
     
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    Or more likely Nvidia is getting rid off all those faulty V100 chips that do not qualify for various reasons for compute cards.
     

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