As Nvidia continues to keep virtually all information about its forthcoming GeForce GTX Titan X graphics card under wraps, unofficial sources continue to feed the world with preliminary information about the forthcoming solutions. One of the web-sites has published what it claims to be the first benchmark results of the GeForce GTX Titan X.
VideoCardz has managed to obtain alleged benchmark results of Nvidia’s upcoming flagship graphics card. The web-site does not reveal such essential information as testbed configuration, driver versions and other details, it also does not disclose whether its journalists tested the new graphics card themselves or obtained results from third-party sources.
Based on the numbers published by VideoCardz, the GeForce GTX Titan operating at its default clock-speeds of 1GHz/7GHz (GPU/memory) scores:
- 22903 points in 3DMark 11 Performance, which is 34.8 per cent faster compared to reference GeForce GTX 980;
- 7427 points in 3DMark 11 Extreme, which is 39.9 per cent faster compared to reference GeForce GTX 980;
- 17470 points in 3DMark FireStrike, which is 36 per cent faster compared to reference GeForce GTX 980;
- 7989 points in 3DMark FireStrike Extreme, which is 36 per cent faster compared to reference GeForce GTX 980;
If the benchmark results are accurate, then the GeForce GTX Titan X performs just as expected: around 33 per cent faster than the GeForce GTX 980 in typical cases. For more detailed performance results, check the source.
Nvidia did not comment on the news-story.
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KitGuru Says: Traditionally, take all unofficial benchmarks with a grain of salt because Nvidia can still update drivers or even alter clock-rates of commercial graphics cards. Nonetheless, given specifications of the GeForce GTX Titan X, it is logical to expect the board to have 33 – 50 per cent performance advantage over the GTX 980.