The massive, 21.1B transistor GV100 GPU powering the TITAN V has a base clock of 1,200MHz and a boost clock of 1,455MHz. The GPU is manufactured at 12nm, which allows NVIDIA to pack in a huge number of transistors – the GV100 has nearly double the number of transistors as the 16nm GP102.
At its default clocks, the TITAN V offers a peak texture fillrate of 384 GigaTexels/s, which is only slightly higher than a TITAN Xp. The 12GB of HBM2 memory on-board the GV100 is linked to the GPU via a 3072-bit interface and offers up 652.8 GB/s of peak bandwidth, which is about 100GB/s more than a TITAN Xp. Other features of the GV100 include 5,120 single-precision CUDA cores, 2,560 double-precision FP64 cores, and 640 Tensor cores, which can offer massive performance improvements in Deep Learning workloads, to the tune of up to 110TFLOPs. The cores are arranged in 6 GPCs, with 80 SMs. There are also 320 texture units on board, and 96 ROPs, which is right in-line with the GP102.
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