NVIDIA has just unveiled their latest and world’s fastest GPU – the Quadro GV100.
Jensen Huang, CEO on NVIDIA, took the stage on the GPU Technology conference and showed off their latest beast – the GV100. Only a few months ago, NVIDIA gave us the Titan V, which was the fastest GPU in the world. But now that crown belongs to the GV100. However, even though it is faster, it isn’t a massive boost.
The NVIDIA Quadro GV100 is powered by the same Volta GPU as the Titan V, featuring 5,120 CUDA cores and 640 Tensor cores. But while the Titan V has 16GB of HBM2 memory, the GV100 has 32GB. The Quadro GV100 also offers up to 118.5 TLFOPS of Tensor performance and 29.6TFLOPS of FP16 compute performance, whereas the Titan V tops out 110 TFLOPS. The Quadro GV100 also comes out on top in terms of memory bandwidth. The Quadro GV100 offers up to 870GB/s of bandwidth versus the Titan V’s 652.8GB/s.
Want one? That’ll be 9000 USD. It is almost silly when you look at it. Every time NVIDIA makes an announcement this big, they tend to say “this is the fastest GPU in the world” – again and again…