GTX 1080 overclocked 3DMARK Performance leaked

GTX 1080 overclocked 3DMARK Performance leaked

GTX 1080 3DMARK Performance leaked

GTX 1080 overclocked 3DMARK Performance leaked


The 3DMARK performance of Nvidia's GTX 1080 has been leaked, showcasing some impressive performance gains for Nvidia's new flagship GPU. At this time, we cannot confirm whether the legitimacy of this data, especially when all the comparison data is not likely to be from similarly spec'd systems so please take this information with a grain of salt. 

Below are performance numbers from 3DMARK 11's Extreme and Performance modes and 3DMARK's Fire Strike modes for Nvidia's GTX 1080, which have been compared to all current high-end product from AMD and Nvidia from the GTX 970/R9 390 and up.  

On average the GTX 1080 was around 2x as powerful as a GTX 970 or a R9 390, with the GTX 980Ti only managing to achieve 76% of the GTX 1080's performance on average in all the tests.  

When the GTX 1080 was overclocked to boost clock speeds of 2114MHz, the GPU gained around 24% more performance, which makes it significantly faster than Nvidia's Titan X and GTX 980Ti, but do remember that these GPU can overclock too. 


GTX 1080 overclocked 3DMARK Performance leaked


Videocardz states that while in use the GTX 1080 had a boost clock of around 1860-1886 at stock, which is significantly higher than what we see in current generation Maxwell GPUs and confirming that the GTX 1080 used at Nvidia's Press event was overclocked. 

In 3DMARK Fire Strike at 4K we see that the GTX 1080 has at least a 1000 point lead over all current generation Graphics cards, and gains of 2000 when overclocked, which is a significant performance gain. 

Please remember that this is still very early days and that no reviews for the GTX 1080 have been produced yet. Please do not base purchasing decisions on these early leaks and please wait for official reviews where data will be more reliable and cover a wider range of games and benchmarks. 


You can join the discussion on the leaked 3DMARK performance of an overclocked GTX 1080 on the OC3D Forums


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