Overclocked NVIDIA TITAN V benchmarks emerge

Published: 9th Dec 2017, 15:20 GMT | Comments

NVIDIA Volta architecture has been finally put to the test in some of the most popular synthetic benchmarks.

NVIDIA TITAN V

First gaming-capable NVIDIA card based on Volta architecture tops the leaderboards of almost all benchmarks. The benchmark results posted on Reddit are demonstrating the performance of overclocked TITAN V in various configurations.

NVIDIA TITAN V is the first consumer product with 5120 CUDA cores enabled. This is also the first gaming-capable graphics card from NVIDIA with HBM2 memory on board.

It seems that it will be possible to overclock TITAN V memory out of the box. The benchmark results published today appear to have 110-130 MHz higher clock than standard TITAN V frequency. That increases maximum theoretical bandwidth to 752 GB/s.

EVGA Precision already supports Volta overclocking, up to 170 MHz for the core frequency, at least on this sample. This resulted in actual frequencies beyond 2 GHz.

I made a quick comparison between my overclocked GTX 1080 Ti, 1080 and RX Vega 64 graphics cards (with stable and sustainable clocks). Bear in mind our platform features Intel Core i7-6800K, while the author of TITAN V benchmarks has been using i7-6700K. It should, however, have minimal impact on Graphics scores in 3DMark software.

NVIDIA TITAN V Benchmarks
 12th Dec, 2017FireStrike PerformanceFireStrike ExtremeFireStrike Ultra
TITAN V (OC)
 
35991
 
16848
 
7679
GTX 1080 TI (OC)
 
31395
 
15540
 
7712
GTX 1080 (OC)
 
25001
 
11880
 
5880
RX VEGA 64 (OC)
 
24008
 
11710
 
5978
 12th Dec, 2017Time SpySuperposition 8KSuperposition 1080p Extreme
TITAN V (OC)
 
12485
 
5222
 
9431
GTX 1080 TI (OC)
 
10862
 
4725
 
6332
GTX 1080 (OC)
 
8360
 
3463
 
4753
RX VEGA 64 (OC)
 
7657
 
2606
 
4105

3DMark FireStrike / 3DMark TimeSpy


Unigine Superposition

Gears of War 4 / Ashes of the Singularity

Source: Expreview, Reddit


by WhyCry

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