NVIDIA Quadro P6000 outperforms TITAN X Pascal in gaming benchmarks

Published: 29th Dec 2016, 11:24 GMT

NVIDIA Quadro P6000 & P5000 vs TITAN X & GTX 1080

What is so special about this review ? Is it the fact that professional graphics cards are not very popular among reviewers, or is it the fact that they were compared with NVIDIA TITAN X Pascal in gaming benchmarks? I guess that would be both.

NVIDIA Quadro P6000, the most powerful graphics card that is currently being offered by NVIDIA (apart from Tesla P100, which is not exactly a graphics card), was put through several gaming benchmarks.

As you might know, Quadro P6000 is the only GP102-based graphics card which has all CUDA cores enabled. Even TITAN X Pascal only has 3584 cores. What you may find surprising is that despite different purpose of this card, it still performs better than TITAN X in games.

Starting with Time Spy, we get 8698 overall points with Quadro compared to 8175 of TITAN X.

The following chart shows an average difference of 10 FPS between Quadro P6000 and TITAN X Pascal. The minimum values are far better for Quadro P6000 (14 FPS vs 6 FPS), but I doubt those values are representing the so-called 99th percentile.

The only thing that should stop you from buying Quadro P6000 is the price. It’s four times more expensive than already expensive TITAN X. No sane person should even consider such GPU for gaming, yet it still was an interesting comparison. Especially when it’s very unlikely we will be seeing fully unlocked GP102 GPU in GeForce anytime soon.

NVIDIA GP102 and GP104 Graphics Cards
Quadro P6000TITAN X PascalQuadro P5000GeForce GTX 1080
GPU16nm FF GP10216nm FF GP102-40016nm FF GP104-40016nm FF GP104-400
CUDA Cores
 
3840
 
3584
 
2560
 
2560
TMUs
 
240
 
224
 
160
 
160
ROPs
 
96
 
96
 
64
 
64
Base Clock
 
1417 MHz
 
1417 MHz
 
1607 MHz
 
1607 MHz
Boost Clock
 
1531 MHz
 
1531 MHz
 
1733 MHz
 
1733 MHz
Memory Clock
 
9008 MHz
 
10008 MHz
 
9008 MHz
 
10008 MHz
Memory Bus
 
384-bit
 
384-bit
 
256-bit
 
256-bit
Memory
 
24 GB
 
12 GB
 
16 GB
 
8 GB
Memory TypeGDDR5XGDDR5XGDDR5XGDDR5X
TDP
 
250W
 
250W
 
180W
 
180W
 MSRP
 
~ 4850 USD
 
~ 1200 USD
 
1900 USD
 
600 USD

Side note: I’m experimenting with new specification charts, like the one above. Do you find this way of presenting data easier to read?

Source: HotHardware


by WhyCry

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