- Nvidia has announced a Tesla P100 for PCI-Express slots, after releasing one in April for the NVLink interconnect
- The Tesla P100 for PCIe slots will deliver roughly 4.7 teraflops of double-precision performance, which is slightly lower than the 5.3 teraflops on the NVlink version of the GPU.
- The Tesla P100 for PCIe slots memory bandwidth drops to 540 gigabytes per second with 12GB of internal memory.
- The Tesla P100 is based on the latest Pascal architecture, and packs new technologies that combine to provide significant performance breakthroughs than the previous Tesla GPUs.
- The Tesla P100 that plugs into the PCI-Express slots of supercomputers will speed up tasks like economic forecasting and weather modeling.
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Nvidia monstrous Pascal GPU-powered Tesla P100 is getting a PCI-E version, too