NVIDIA Tesla T4 16GB Turing Advanced Inference Accelerator Card - LP
16GB PNY Tesla T4, HHHL w/ LP Bracket, PCIe 3.0 (x16), Turing 1x TU104, 2560 CUDA, 320 Tensor, ECC GDDR6, 8.1tF FP32
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Next-Level Inference Acceleration Has Arrived
We’re racing toward the future where every customer interaction, every product, and every service offering will be touched and improved by AI. Realizing that the future requires a computing platform that can accelerate the full diversity of modern AI, enabling businesses to create new customer experiences, reimagine how they meet—and exceed—customer demands, and cost-effectively scale their AI-based products and services.
The NVIDIA® Tesla® T4 GPU is the world’s most advanced inference accelerator. Powered by NVIDIA Turing™ Tensor Cores, T4 brings revolutionary multi-precision inference performance to accelerate the diverse applications of modern AI. Packaged in an energy-efficient 70-watt, small PCIe form factor, T4 is optimized for scale-out servers and is purpose-built to deliver state-of-the-art inference in real time.
Breakthrough Inference Performance
Tesla T4 introduces the revolutionary Turing Tensor Core technology with multi-precision computing for AI inference. Powering breakthrough performance from FP32 to FP16 to INT8, as well as INT4 precisions, T4 delivers up to 40X higher performance than CPUs.
State-of-the-Art Inference in Real-Time
Responsiveness is key to user engagement for services such as conversational AI, recommender systems, and visual search. As models increase in accuracy and complexity, delivering the right answer right now requires exponentially larger compute capability. Tesla T4 delivers up to 40X times better low-latency throughput, so more requests can be served in real time.
Video Transcoding Performance
As the volume of online videos continues to grow exponentially, demand for solutions to efficiently search and gain insights from video continues to grow as well. Tesla T4 delivers breakthrough performance for AI video applications, with dedicated hardware transcoding engines that bring twice the decoding performance of prior-generation GPUs. T4 can decode up to 38 full-HD video streams, making it easy to integrate scalable deep learning into video pipelines to deliver innovative, smart video services. Features • NVIDIA Tesla T4 is the world’s most advanced inference accelerator card.
• Provides breakthrough performance at FP32, FP16, INT8 & INT4 precisions.
• Delivers up to 40x the performance of CPUs.
• Powered by 320 NVIDIA Turing™ Tensor Cores & 2560 NVIDIA CUDA Cores.
• Supported by 16GB of GDDR6 Memory providing in excess of 320GB/s bandwidth.
• Utilises the PCIe 3.0 x16 Interface for maximum compatibility.
• HHHL Form-Factor allows for installation in even the most compact systems.
• Low 70 Watt Power Draw.
• Fitted with a Low Profile (LP) Bracket*.
*A Full Height ATX Bracket version is available HERE.
Important – Please Note: Images for illustration purposes only. This card includes (and is fitted) with a Low Profile (LP) Bracket ONLY.
|Graphics Chipset||Tesla T4|
|Edition||HHHL with Low Profile (LP) Bracket|
|Manufacturing process||12 nm|
|GPU Name||1x TU104|
|Cores & Clocks|
|NVIDIA CUDA Cores||2560|
|Core Clock||585 MHz|
|Boost Clock||1590 MHz|
|Video Memory (VRAM)|
|Memory Size||16 GB|
|Memory Clock||10000 MHz|
|Memory Bit Rate||256 Bit|
|Memory Bandwidth||320 GB/s|
|I/O & Connectivity|
|Interface||PCIe 3.0 (x16)|
|Multi GPU Support||Supported|
|Total NVLink Bandwidth||N/A|
|Microsoft DirectX Support|
|Multi Monitor Support|
|H.264 1080p30 Streams||N/A|
|Maximum Digital Resolution||N/A|
|Maximum VGA Resolution||N/A|
|Supported Graphics APIs|
|Supported Compute APIs|
|Single Precision (FP32) Processing||Yes|
|Single Precision (FP32) Performance||8.1 teraFLOPS|
|Double Precision (FP64) Processing||No|
|Double Precision (FP64) Performance|
|Deep Learning (Tensor) Performance||65 (FP16) teraFLOPS, 130 (INT8), 260 (INT4) TOPS|
|NVIDIA Tensor Cores||320|
|Integer Operations (INT8)||130 TOPS (Tera-Operations per Second)|
|NVIDIA RT Cores|
|Power & Thermals|
|Graphics Card Power Connectors|
|Board Power||75 W|
|Minimum Recommended PSU|
|Maximum GPU Temperature|
|Form Factor||Single Slot|
|Low Profile Compatible||Yes|
|Low Profile Support||Yes - Bracket Included|
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