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Tuesday, 12 December 2017

The first reference points of Titan V show how it compares with a GTX 1080 Ti

This week brought us the unexpected news that Nvidia had launched "the most powerful PC GPU ever created", the Titan V. While this 3,000-dollar, Volta- based $ 3000 GPU is aimed at researchers, developers and scientists working in the field of artificial intelligence and machine learning, we are more interested in their benchmarks and game performance. Thanks to Redditor MrOmgWtfHaxor, we now know how this one compares with the competition, the GTX 1080 Ti

Titan V from Nvidia, the newest thing.

To recap, the Titan V powered by GV100, which is manufactured with a new high-performance manufacturing process FFN 12 nanometer TSMC, has 110 teraflops of gross power, 21,100 million transistors, 12 GB of memory HMB2,5120 CUDA cores and 640 tensor cores.

None of these reference points are official, of course, so we can not guarantee their authenticity. The results of the 3DMark Fire Strike have since disappeared, but showed that the Titan V scored 32,774 while running on standard clocks and used the latest Nvidia 388.59 WHQL controllers. When overclocked at 170MHz, the score rose to 35,991. The Titan Xp and the GTX 1080 Ti, by comparison, normally reach 28,000.

The next one is Unigine Superposition. The GPU obtained 5222 in the optimized preset of 8K and 9431 points with the 1080p Extreme preset. Overclocker Kingpin managed to get a GTX 1080Ti synchronized to 2581MHz to reach a score of 8642 in the latest reference, and that was using liquid nitrogen.

We could also see how the Titan V was doing when it comes to games. Although it is not really a "game card", it was still way ahead of the GTX 1080 Ti. Using the highest configuration and running at 1440p, the Titan V averaged 66 fps in Tomb Raider, 158 fps in Gears of War and 88 fps in Ashes of the Singularity. The YouTube channel Joker Productions made the comparison chart below, which shows that the new Titan is at least 26 percent faster than the 1080Ti, although it is more than $ 2000 more expensive.

The results are not too unexpected for a card that is not designed primarily for games, but gives an idea of ​​what to expect when the Volta-based GeForce cards arrive, or how they should be if they arrive. Rumors have circulated that Nvidia could jump over Volta in favor of Ampere for its next generation of consumer gaming GPUs. Only time will tell us.

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