Even though the new Nvidia Titan V graphics card has not been built explicitly for gaming, it’s always interesting to see just how much power a new piece of hardware and provide enthusiast and professional gaming rigs if so desired. Priced at $3,000 the Nvidia Titan V is not something every gamer will be considering but if you are just interested in seeing what you can expect from the latest graphics card, released by Nvidia. Check out the video created by Gamers Nexus below to learn more about what you can expect in the way of performance from this new graphics card and tests the Volta architecture versus Pascal architecture across DirectX 11, DirectX 12, Vulkan and synthetic applications.
The Nvidia Titan V graphics card is aimed at scientific and machine/deep learning applications. That does not, however, mean that the card is incapable of gaming, nor does it mean that we can’t extrapolate future key performance metrics for Volta. The Titan V is a derivative of the earlier-released GV100 GPU, part of the Tesla accelerator card series. The key differentiator is that the Titan V ships at $3000, whereas the Tesla V100 was available as part of a $10,000 developer kit. The Tesla V100 still offers greater memory capacity by 4GB – 16GB HBM2 versus 12GB HBM2 – and has a wider memory interface, but other core features remain matched or nearly matched. Core count, for one, is 5120 CUDA cores on each GPU, with 640 Tensor cores (used for Tensorflow deep/machine learning workloads) on each GPU.
To learn more about the new Nvidia Titan V graphics card which is now available to purchase price of $2,999 from online retailers and Nvidia partners. Jump over to the official Nvidia website by following the link below.