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Nvidia’s new Titan V chip targets desktop-based AI development

Nvidia Corp.’s new Titan V graphics processing unit shares little resemblance to the earlier gaming-oriented chips in the series. The GPU, which the company unveiled Thursday night, retails for $2,999 and is geared toward artificial intelligence applications. Unlike other Nvidia graphics cards optimized for AI, however, it’s designed to be used in desktops rather than servers.
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