NVIDIA unveils 2,500 RTX TITAN Turing-based graphics card with 24 GB of VRAM

NVIDIA unveils 2,500 RTX TITAN Turing-based graphics card with 24 GB of VRAM
Most of the top SKUs in NVIDIA’s RTX 2000 series of cards are out with their announcement at GAMESCOM 2018. What remained was the flagship TITAN card and the mid-range 2060 and 2050 graphics cards. Most of us expected the TITAN RTX to be unveiled at CES but NVIDIA decided to make good of the hype-vacuum and unveil the TITAN RTX today. Like previous TITAN cards, the TITAN RTX is aimed at workstation loads but it’s very likely that we will see it on gaming rigs in the coming months. The only thing holding people back is the $2,500 price tag which is, surprisingly, lower than the previous TITAN V’s price tag of $2,999. Let’s take a look at the specifications.   NVIDIA RTX TITAN Specifications   Titan RTX Titan V RTX 2080 Ti Tesla V100 CUDA Cores 4608 5120 4352 5120 Tensor Cores 576 640 544 640 Core Clock 1350MHz 1200MHz 1350MHz ? Boost Clock 1770MHz 1455MHz 1635MHz 1370MHz Memory Clock 14Gbps GDDR6 1.7Gbps HBM2 14Gbps GDDR6 1.75Gbps HBM2 Memory Bus Width 384-bit 3072-bit 352-bit 4096-bit Memory Bandwidth 672GB/sec 653GB/sec 616GB/sec 900GB/sec VRAM 24GB 12GB 11GB 16GB L2 Cache 6MB 4.5MB 5.5MB 6MB Single Precision 16.3 TFLOPS 13.8 TFLOPS 14.2 TFLOPS 14 TFLOPS Double Precision 0.51 TFLOPS 6.9 TFLOPS 0.44 TFLOPS 7 TFLOPS Tensor Performance (FP16 w/FP32 Acc) 130 TFLOPS 110 TFLOPS 57 TFLOPS 112 TFLOPS GPU TU102 GV100 TU102 GV100 Die Size 754mm2 815mm2 754mm2 815mm2 Transistor Count 18.6B 21.1B 18.6B 21.1B TDP 280W 250W 260W 250W Form Factor PCIe PCIe PCIe PCIe Manufacturing Process 12nm 12nm 12nm 12nm Architecture Turing Volta Turing Volta Launch Date 12/2018 12/07/2017 09/20/2018 Q3'17 Price $2499 $2999 $1199 ~$10000 The TITAN RTX uses the same TU102 as the RTX 2080 Ti which means they’re both the same chip but given how the RTX 2080 Ti seems to have fewer active CUDA cores, we can surmise that it uses a slightly cut down version of the TU102 while the TITAN RTX uses all of it. The TITAN RTX even has a slightly better boost clock than the 2080 Ti and more thermal headroom as well.     From a design perspective, the TITAN RTX follows the new twin-blower cooler that the RTX series introduced. There are no openings on the rear side of the card so it’ll be interesting to see how this design fares in a NVLink configuration. Since TITAN cards are often used in multi-GPU configurations, the cooling on the cards makes a huge difference. The only thing different here seems to be the golden tinge that the TITAN RTX has. NVIDIA is calling it, T-Rex.

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