NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti review leaked

Published: Mar 9th 2017, 07:24 GMT   Comments

Looks like guys from 3DNews forgot to adjust their clocks..

Test platform

Testbed configuration
CPUIntel Core i7-5960X @ 4 GHz (100 MHz × 40), the constant frequency
RAMCorsair Vengeance LPX, 2133 MHz, 4 × 4 GB
StorageIntel SSD 520 240 GB + Crucial M550 512GB
Power SupplyCorsair AX1200i, 1200 W
CPU CoolerThermalright Archon
CaseCoolerMaster Test Bench V1.0
MonitorNEC EA244UHD
Operating SystemWindows 10 Pro x64
Software GPU AMD
All cardsUnknown (Tesselation: Use application settings)
All cardsUnknown




Peak frequency – 2126 MHz.

Machine translation of the conclusion:

Thus, a small compromise in specifications GeForce GTX 1080 Ti looks rather an attempt to reduce the cost of video card than to differentiate it from the TITAN X. More addition, NVIDIA has improved “physical” parameters of the board – the efficiency of the cooling system efficiency and power, eventually depriving TITAN X residues practical values. The latter, at a price of $ 500 above, the buyer can give only moral satisfaction from owning a bit more powerful GPU. At TITAN X share also remain specific scenario calculation problems, which are absolutely necessary to have 12 GB of RAM.

Source: 3DNews (link dead)

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