F1R08A HP NVIDIA Tesla K40 Graphics Card Review

NVIDIA Tesla K40 Graphics Card Review

12GB 348-Bit PCI-EXPRESS 3.0 GPU Accelerator

This F1R08A HP NVIDIA Tesla K40 Graphics Card delivers up to 10x application performance if compared to CPUs and up to 2.8x speed up compared to Tesla M2090. It features a 745 MHz core which can be boosted (overclocked) by the end user up to 875 MHz, and has 2880 Kepler generation CUDA cores (stream processors) which allow it to perform hundreds of computations simultaneously.

The Tesla K40 enable seamless integration of GPU computing with HPE servers for high-performance computing, large data center graphics and virtual desktop deployments. To ensure data moves to and from the processors as efficiently as possible, the card features 12 GB of GDDR5 RAM over a 384-bit memory interface. A 750 MHz native memory clock speed gets effectively boosted to 3 GHz thanks to the fact GDDR5 type memory moves data at four words per cycle. Altogether this yields a memory bandwidth of 288 GB/s.

F1R08A HP NVIDIA Tesla K40 Graphics Card

The card helps to improve computational performance, dramatically reducing the completion time for parallel tasks, offering quicker time to solutions. These high-performance graphics cards are specifically designed to enable rich graphics in virtualized environments. Hewlett Packard Enterprise can satisfy NVIDIA GRID software via HPE Complete.

F1R08A Technical Specifications:

Manufacturer HPE
Part Number F1R08A
Product Type Graphic Card
Chipset Manufacturer NVIDIA
Chipset Line Tesla
Chipset Model K40
GPU Clock 745 MHz
Standard Memory 12 GB
Memory Speed 3000 MHz
Memory Technology GDDR5
Bus Width 384 bit
Cooler Type Fan Cooler

F1R08A Key Features:

  • NVIDIA GPU Boost
  • NVIDIA Kepler Architecture
  • System Monitoring Features
  • Streaming Multiprocessor (SMX)

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