Nvidia TITAN X 3DMark Benchmarks Leaked; ~1.13x Faster Than an overclocked GTX 1080
Nvidia’s Pascal-based TITAN X 3DMark benchmarks have just leaked out, only a few hours before its official launch. Th results show the performance of the TITAN X against the GeForce GTX 10 series GPUs in Fire Strike Normal and Ultra tests.
Prior to talking about the test results, let’s take a quick look at the TITAN X specifications. The card is based on the GP102 GPU which packs 12 billion transistors on a 471mm2 die. The GPU features 3584 CUDA cores, 224 texture units, and most likely 96 ROPs. The core clock speed is configured at 1.41GHz with boost clock up to 1.53GHz.
Nvidia TITAN X is equipped with 12GB of GDDR5X memory clocked at 10 GB/s on a 384-bit bus, delivering a total bandwidth of 480 GB/s. The TDP is rated at 250W which is fed via 8-pin and 6-pin power connectors. For output, the card includes DVI-D, an HDMI 2.0b port, and three DisplayPort 1.4 connections.
The graphics card supports all the various Pascal-specific features, including simultaneous multi-projection, asynchronous compute enhancements, the Ansel super-screenshot tool, Fast Sync, GPU Boost 3.0, 8K 60 FPS gaming, and more.
Nvidia TITAN X 3DMark FireStrike Performance and Ultra
According to the TITAN X 3DMark performance results, the graphics card is around 1.3x faster than a GTX 1080 running at stock clock speeds, and 1.13x of the overclocked GTX 1080. Compared to lower end GPUs, the TITAN X delivers 1.5x the performance of a GTX 1070, and around 1.87x of an overclocked GTX 1060.
We would advise you to take these performance scores with the usual pinch of salt until more accurate results come in.
Nvidia TITAN X goes on sale today for $1,200. Do the above 3DMark performance results justify this hefty price tag? Let us know.
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