PNY 8GB NVIDIA Tesla P4 PCI-E Passive GPU module

8GB PNY NVIDIA Tesla P4 Accelerator, PCIe 3.0 (x16), 2560 CUDA Cores, 5.5 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 P4 is powered by the revolutionary NVIDIA Pascal™ architecture and purpose-built to boost efficiency for scale-out servers running deep learning workloads, enabling smart responsive AI-based services. It slashes inference latency by 15X in any hyperscale infrastructure and provides an incredible 60X better energy efficiency than CPUs. This unlocks a new wave of AI services previous impossible due to latency limitations.

The Tesla P4’s small form factor and 50W/75W power footprint design accelerates densityoptimized, scale-out servers. It also provides an incredible 60X better energy efficiency than CPUs for deep learning inference workloads, letting hyperscale customers meet the exponential growth in demand for AI applications.

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. Features • MEMORY SIZE: 8 GB GDDR5
• MEMORY BUS WIDTH: 256-bit
• MEMORY BANDWIDTH: 192 GB/s
• CUDA CORES: 2560
• PEAK SINGLE-PRECISION FLOATING POINT PERFORMANCE: 5.5 Tflops (GPU Boost Clocks)
• SYSTM INTERFACE: PCI Express 3.0 x16
• MAX POWER CONSUMPTION: 50/75 W
• THERMAL SOLUTION: Passive Heatsink
• FORM FACTOR: Low profile PCI Express Form Factor Single Slot
• DISPLAY CONECTORS: None
• WEIGHT (W/O EXTENDER): 235g
• PART NUMBER: TCSP4M-PB
• EAN: 3536403352875
Specifications
Graphics Chipset Tesla P4
Edition Passive
Microarchitecture Pascal
GPU Name  
NVIDIA CUDA Cores 2560
Memory Size 8 GB
Memory Bit Rate 256 Bit
Memory Bandwidth 192 GB/s
Memory Type GDDR5
ECC Technology No
Single Precision Processing No
Single Precision Performance 5.5 teraFLOPS
Double Precision Processing No
Double Precision Performance N/A
Integer Operations (INT8)  
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  
Multi GPU Support  
Multi Monitor Support  
HDCP Ready Yes
Supported Compute APIs  
Supported Graphics APIs  
Microsoft DirectX Support  
Form Factor Single Slot
Low Profile Compatible Yes
Low Profile Support Yes
Board Power 50/75 W
Graphics Card Power Connectors  
Minimum Recommended PSU  
Maximum GPU Temperature  
Dimensions  
Package Type Retail
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Details
Duration:
36 months
Type:
Direct
DOA Period:
7 days
Manufacturer Contact Details
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PNY 8GB NVIDIA Tesla P4 PCI-E Passive GPU module
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