NVIDIA L40S 48GB GDDR6 - 900-2G133-0080-000
Graphics Engine: Ada Lovelace BUS: PCIe 4.0 x16: 64GB/s bidirectional Memory size: 48 GB Memory type: GDDR6 with ECC Stream processors: 18176 Number of tensor cores: 568 Theoretical performance: 91.6 TFLOP
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All NVIDIA Ampere, NVIDIA Grace Hopper, and NVIDIA Ada Lovelace GPU architectures are subject to a non-cancellable, non-returnable (NCNR) period of 52 weeks. Additionally, the product is subject to sanctions for certain countries and the end customer must be documented.
|Supermicro Part No.||GPU-NVL40S|
|Availability||Not in stock|
|The price includes all legal fees|
VRAM, these days primarily of GDDR type, is a synchronous memory, similar to standard RAM. However, in the case of graphic memory, memory chips with faster throughput and multiple data transfer rates are concerned. The result is a much faster buffering of data that the graphics card or coprocessor calculates and passes to the processor.
Users of professional applications can benefit from CUDA graphics stream processors thanks to CUDA architecture. Thanks to this, the raw power of the graphics card can be used for specific calculations, which can accelerate the work manifold compared to a classic processor, which is significantly limited by a lower amount of cores.
Passively cooled graphics cards do not have any powered moving components. They take advantage of optimized airflow, especially in a server environment, which takes heat away from the graphics unit outside of the case. Passive cooling is used especially for very powerful graphics coprocessors.
PCI Express is an interface that usually takes the form of an expansion slot to ensure the modularity of the entire system, whether it is GPU, network cards, controllers, m.2 drives or other expansion cards. It is true that the newer the generation and wider the interface, the higher the performance and throughput. Most modern graphics cards use 16 lanes to connect with the processor. Currently, the most up-to-date generation is PCI Express generation 4.0 with a speed of 2 Gb/s per lane.
|Number of stream processors||18176|
|Power consumption (W)||350|
|Monitor output||DisplayPort 4x|
|Interface||PCI-E 4.0 16x|
|Gigabytes of memory||48|