Nvidia GTX 1080 OpenCL Benchmarks Show Average Performance
Nvidia has unveiled its flagship GTX 1080 graphics card, and since its reveal this graphics card have been in the spotlight of the Internet. Recently, synthetic OpenCL performance of GTX 1080 surfaced on the web only to show an average performance.
It is important to mention that CompuBench`s score was based on just 9 tests, performed using different testing platforms. These test results will change and possibly become more stable over the next few weeks.
A 10-14% boost was observed over GM200 and Fiji based solution, which is not that impressive considering how well GTX 1080 performs in gaming benchmarks.
In the Video Composition test, AMD Radeon R9 Fury X outperformed the GTX 1080 by generating 153.089 frames per second, while GTX 1080 generated only 138.575 frames per second.
In the Particle Simulator test, Nvidia Quadro M6000 performed the best by generating 1667.685 mlnteraction per second followed by GTX 980 Ti with 1623.507 mlnteraction per second, while the GTX 1080 could generate 1607.894 mlnteraction per second.
The GTX 1080 however outperformed all other cards in the Face Detection test with 244.465 mPixels per second. While in Ocean Surface Simulation test, AMD Radeon R9 Kung Fury X was the graphics card with the best result and GTX 1080 was the card with the lowest result.
However, in Bitcoin Mining test, GTX 1080 generated the best result followed by AMD ASUS R9 Fury X series.
It is important to mention that majority of the graphics cards in this test are gaming oriented, these not designed to perform other GPU task other than games. In other words, these tests do not represent the performance of these graphics cards.
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