PNY 24GB NVIDIA Tesla P40 PCI-E Passive module

24GB PNY NVIDIA Tesla P40 module, PCIe 3.0 (x16), GDDR5, 3840 Cuda Cores, 12 Tflops SP, Passive Cooler

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Product Overview Inferencing Accelerator
In the new era of AI and intelligent machines, deep learning is shaping our world like no other computing model in history. GPUs powered by the revolutionary NVIDIA Pascal™ architecture provide the computational engine for the new era of artificial intelligence, enabling amazing user experiences by accelerating deep learning applications at scale. The NVIDIA Tesla P40 is purpose-built to deliver maximum throughput for deep learning deployment. With 47 TOPS (Tera-Operations Per Second) of inference performance and INT8 operations per GPU, a single server with 8 Tesla P40s delivers the performance of over 140 CPU servers. As models increase in accuracy and complexity, CPUs are no longer capable of delivering interactive user experience. The Tesla P40 delivers over 30X lower latency than a CPU for real-time responsiveness in even the most complex models.

Features Real-Time Inference
The Tesla P40 delivers up to 30X faster inference performance with INT8 operations for real-time responsiveness for even the most complex deep learning models. PNY provides unsurpassed service and commitment to its professional graphics customers offering: 3 year warranty, pre- and post-sales support, dedicated Quadro Field Application engineers and direct tech support hot lines.
Specifications
Specifications
Graphics Chipset Tesla P40
Edition Passive
Microarchitecture Pascal
GPU Name  
NVIDIA CUDA Cores 3840
Memory Size 24 GB
Memory Bit Rate 384 Bit
Memory Bandwidth 346 GB/s
Memory Type GDDR5
ECC Technology No
Single Precision Processing Yes
Single Precision Performance 12 teraFLOPS
Double Precision Processing No
Double Precision Performance  
Integer Operations (INT8) 47 TOPS (Tera-Operations per Second)
Concurent Users N/A
H.264 1080p30 Streams N/A
Cooling Passive
Graphics Interface PCIe 3.0 (x16)
Graphics Output  
Maximum Digital Resolution  
Maximum VGA Resolution  
SLi  
Multi Monitor  
HDCP Ready No
Supported Compute APIs  
Supported Graphics APIs  
Microsoft DirectX Support  
Form Factor Dual Slot
Low Profile Compatible No
Low Profile Support N/A
Board Power 250 W
Graphics Card Power Connectors 1 x 8-pin CPU
Minimum Recommended PSU  
Maximum GPU Temperature  
Dimensions  
Package Type Retail
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Date Issued: 22nd Oct 2008

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Date Issued: 20th Oct 2008

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