Category: GPU
  • Type: Desktop
  • Process Node: 5 nm
  • Memory Types: GDDR6
  • Released Date: Oct 2022

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The NVIDIA L40S is a desktop-purpose GPU released in Oct 2022 by Nvidia. This GPU is fabricated at 5 nm using Ada Lovelace architecture. Its storage max at 48GB, using GDDR6 memory type, and 864.0 GB/s Bandwidth. The NVIDIA L40 S specs and all necessary information are in the table below.

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Announced Oct 2022
Available Yes

Board Design

Type Desktop
Foundry TSMC
TDP 300W
Output Port 1x HDMI 2.1 3x DisplayPort 1.4a
Suggested PSU 700W
Power Connectors 1x 16-pin
Interface PCIe 4.0 x16
Generation Tesla Ada

GPU Features

CUDA 8.9
DirectX 12 Ultimate (12_2)
OpenCL version 3.0
OpenGL 4.6
Shader Model 6.7
Vulkan version 1.3

Graphics Processor

Architecture Ada Lovelace
Fabrication process 5 nm
Die Size 609mm²
GPU name AD102
GPU Variant AD102-???-A1
Transistor count 76,300 million

Memory Specs

Memory type GDDR6
Max size 48GB
Max bandwidth 864.0 GB/s
Memory Bus 384bit
ECC Memory Support

Clock Speeds

Base Clock 1110MHz
Boost Clock 2520MHz
Memory Clock 2250MHz

Render Config

L1 cache 128 KB (per SM)
L2 cache 48MB
Shading units 18176
TMUs 568
RT Cores 142
ROPs 192
GPU Major Cores 142
Tensor Cores 568

Theoretical Performance

FP16 (half) 91.61 TFLOPS
FP32 (float) 91.61 TFLOPS
FP64 (double) 1431 GFLOPS
Texture Rate 1431 GTexel/s
Pixel Rate 483.8 GPixel/s

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