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In this latest episode of HotHardware's Two And A Half Geeks webcast, we chat about our results with NVIDIA's monstrous Titan V and what could be coming next for consumers. We also talk about the Lenovo Star Wars Jedi Challenges in AR kit, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 in Samsung's Galaxy S9 rumor, storage advancements with Seagate, building your own personal cloud, and more... Show Notes: 02:02 - NVIDIA TITAN V Review: Volta Compute, Mining, And Gaming Performance Explored 13:56 - Lenovo Star Wars: Jedi Challenges Review: Battling Darth Vader In AR 24:17 - Seagate Unveils Breakthrough Multi Actuator... Read more...
Although NVIDIA officially unveiled its Volta-based GV100 GPU over seven months ago, and an unwitting intern may have leaked pictures of the card we’re going to show you here today shortly thereafter, the NVIDIA TITAN V featuring the GV100 GPU began shipping just this past week. The NVIDIA TITAN V targets a very specific audience and is designed for professional and academic deep learning applications, which partly explains its lofty $3,000 price tag. Unlike NVIDIA's previous-gen consumer flagship, the TITAN Xp, the TITAN V is clearly not designed for gamers. But since it features NVIDIA’s... Read more...
Early yesterday morning, we brought you news of a YouTuber that managed to get his hands on one of the first NVIDIA TITAN V graphics cards that shipped to well-heeled customers. BitsBeTrippin' slapped the chest thumpin' Volta-based GPU into an AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1950X system, and cranked out 70 MH/s at stock speeds and 77 MH/s while overclocked, while drawing 213W and 237W respectively. We here at HotHardware just so happen to have a TITAN V in house as well, and we are presently running it through an exhaustive battery of benchmarks. However, we were able to extract a few data points for all... Read more...
In this episode of HotHardware's Two And A Half Geeks webcast, Marco, Dave and Paul kick around NVIDIA's monster Titan V machine learning beast of a GPU (in the flesh!), the HP Spectre x360 with Kaby Lake R, Qualcomm Snapdragon-powered Windows laptops, Ryzen Mobile (Raven Ridge) performance, Intel Kaby Lake R in-depth, Net Neutrality and the Break The Internet campaign, hints on our upcoming Holiday Giveaway and a whole lot more! 05:15 - NVIDIA's Monster Titan V GPU 16:15 - HP Spectre x360 (2017) with Kaby Lake R 24:04 - Qualcomm Snapdragon Windows Laptops 38:00 - AMD Ryzen Mobile (Raven... Read more...
We know that NVIDIA's TITAN V is a massively powerful videocard, one that we are a thousand percent confident can run Crysis, so no need to ask. But will it blend? Probably. That just leaves one question to answer—how well does it mine cryptocurrency? Pretty darn good, as it turns out. As in, almost double the mining performance (of Ethereum) of an AMD Radeon RX Vega 64 graphics card. YouTuber BitsBeTrippin' installed the TITAN V in a decked out system, swapping out a pair of GeForce GTX 1080 Ti graphics cards, and put the card to the test. The setup also consisted of an AMD Threadripper... Read more...
Make no bones about it, the new TITAN V is a monster graphics card. We know this from the spec sheet alone—the NVIDIA TITAN V is rocking a Volta GPU underneath the hood, along with a whole bunch of redesigned Tensor cores for deep learning workloads. Looking beyond the spec sheet, a user on Reddit has assembled a collection of links to some early, unofficial benchmarks of the TITAN V, and boy-oh-boy is it fast. We say "unofficial" because there is always the chance these benchmarks are fake. We do not know how many of these cards NVIDIA might have shipped out to reviewers, but however... Read more...
In July of 2016, NVIDIA launched the Pascal-based TITAN X, promising 11 teraflops (TFLOPs) of compute performance. In April of this year, NVIDIA ratcheted up the performance a tad with a fully unlocked Pascal GP102 core in the form of TITAN Xp, boasting a full 12 TFLOPs of compute power. Now, NVIDIA is ready to unleash a completely new GPU aimed at researchers and scientists, the TITAN V. The card was fittingly announced at the Conference and Workshop on Neural Information Processing Systems (NIPS) in Long Beach, California. The new TITAN V is based on the NVIDIA Volta architecture, and with that... Read more...