First overclocked GeForce GTX 1080 Ti 3DMark benchmarks leaked

Published: 6th Mar 2017, 06:57 GMT   Comments

Chinese forums are already filled with leaked benchmarks.

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti 3DMark benchmarks

Interestingly the first leaked results are showing overclocking performance rather than stock. So for comparison, I’m using scores from my review. According to screenshots, the GTX 1080 Ti was running at 2062 MHz with memory at 5702 MHz. It’s hard to say what is the actual boost clock of GTX 1080 Ti right now, but I saw samples running at 1860-ish MHz, so that would roughly be a 200 MHz overclock.

3DMark is rather a short benchmark, but the card did not exceed 63C under load. Judging from the screenshot, power limit is set to around 122%.

Of course, take this comparison with a pinch of salt, we are comparing different platforms and leaked benchmarks which do not necessarily have to be true, but they look legit to me.

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 10 Overclocking Results (Graphics Scores)
VideoCardz.comFire Strike (Perf.)Fire Strike ExtremeFire Strike UltraTime Spy
GTX 1080 Ti OC
 
 
31135
 
 
15093
 
 
7362
 
 
10825
GTX 1080 OC
 
 
23982
 
 
11457
 
 
5708
 
 
7763
GTX 1070 OC
 
 
20571
 
 
9642
 
 
4768
 
 
6417

 

 

Source: Chiphell




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