LEADTEK GPU Accelerator Tesla K80M 24GB GDDR5
• 2496 Processor Cores
• GPU Accelerator
• 24GB 384-Bit GDDR5
• PCI Express 3.0 X16
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Accelerate your most demanding single and double precision workloads in scientific computing, seismic
processing, and data analytics applications by upgrading to the NVIDIA Tesla K80 dual-GPU accelerator. It delivers up to 2.2x faster performance than the Tesla K20X, up to 2.5x faster performance than the Tesla K10, and up to 10x faster performance than CPUs on real-world applications.
The Tesla K80 accelerator delivers more than 2x application speed-up compared to the previous generation of accelerators, and up to 10x faster performance compared to CPUs. With exclusive features like 24 GB of GDDR5 memory, 480 GB/s memory bandwidth, and improved GPU Boost technology, the Tesla K80 delivers the computational horsepower that allows you to crunch through petabytes of data and run simulations faster than ever before.
The NVIDIA Tesla K80 graphics processing unit (GPU) is a PCI Express, dual-slot computing module in the Tesla (267 mm length) form factor comprising of two Tesla K80 GPUs. The Tesla K80 GPU Accelerator is designed for servers and offers a total of 24 GB of GDDR5 on-board memory (12 GB per GPU) and supports PCI Express Gen3. The Tesla K80M is only available with a passive heat sink, which requires externally generated airflow for cooling. The Tesla K80M GPU Accelerator boards ship with ECC enabled by default protecting the register files, cache and DRAM. With ECC enabled, some of the memory is used for the ECC bits, so the user available memory is reduced by ~6.25%. On the Tesla K80M the total available memory with ECC turned on will be ~22.5 GB.