Do we need more GPU’s in the market right now? NVIDIA believes we do and have released a teaser video this morning that shows off the NVIDIA Titan X Collector’s Edition graphics card. We’ve never seen NVIDIA release a ‘Collector’s Edition’ card before, so it will be interesting to see what this card will be. NVIDIA already has the Pascal GPU powered NVIDIA Titan Xp ($1200) with 3,840 NVIDIA CUDA Cores running at a 1582 MHz boost clock with 12 GB of GDDR5X memory running at 11.4 Gbps on a 384-bit bus for an impressive 547.7 GB/s of memory bandwidth. Will this new model be based on Pascal or will it feature the new Volta GPU architecture?
The full teaser clip can be watched below.
Update 11/3/2017 09:30am CT: A reader via e-mail suggested that NVIDIA Titan V (V for Volta maybe) won’t be launched until GPU Technology Conference 2018 (GTC 2018) and that takes place March 26-29th, 2018. That would be the ideal place for Jen-Hsun to roll out something new for his datacenter/HPC customers. You can already get a Volta GPU though as the NVIDIA DGX-1 Deep Learning System can be configured with Tesla V100 cards. The Tesla V100 is available in NVLINK and PCIe configurations and both have 640 Tensor cores and 16GB of HBM2 memory offering 900 GB/s of memory bandwidth!