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NVIDIA 1080 GTX leaked benchmarks...

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Posted · Original PosterOP

http://www.mobipicker.com/nvidia-gtx-1080-directx-12-benchmarks-async-compute/

 

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Disappointing to say the least....no wonder they didn't put the 980 GTX Ti in there at their presser.

So the GTX 1080 is mainly going to be king in the VR end...

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1080Ti is what I shall wait for. I play on 1440p as my main monitor so 5fps increase is barely anything to brag about.

 

It ll be interesting to see a few other game benchmarks too as time comes.


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1080, truly the king of 1080p.

 

lol, not sure how trustworthy this source is - but these results are about what I expected regardless. 

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i doubt if that is the jump we will see after release date. especially after the coming driver updates.

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9 minutes ago, IcEWoLF said:

http://www.mobipicker.com/nvidia-gtx-1080-directx-12-benchmarks-async-compute/

 

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Disappointing to say the least....no wonder they didn't put the 980 GTX Ti in there at their presser.

So the GTX 1080 is mainly going to be king in the VR end...

So wait, is the 980ti just never effected by ASync, or is Ashes just one of the weird DX12 games?

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Could just be that the 1080 lacks asynchronous compute like the 980Ti so it's relying on raw horsepower. 10%+ increase over last gen highest end card still ain't too bad


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2 minutes ago, Starelementpoke said:

So wait, is the 980ti just never effected by ASync, or is Ashes just one of the weird DX12 games?

The 980ti can do async just not as efficiently, and yes ashes is kinda weird when benched


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9 minutes ago, AresKrieger said:

I highly doubt the legitimacy of these benches given the spec improvement of the 1080, also have they made 1080 compatible drivers available yet?

What spec improvement? 500 more cores than a 980?

 

Those results look exactly like what the specs of the 1080 would be producing.

 

The 1070 / 1080 are a third time repeat of Nvidia releasing their midrange chip as a high end part.


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2 minutes ago, AresKrieger said:

The 980ti can do async just not as efficiently, and yes ashes is kinda weird when benched

980ti has no async engines so it can't actually do async compute. Whether that is a big part of future games has yet to be determined 


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10 minutes ago, AresKrieger said:

The 980ti can do async just not as efficiently, and yes ashes is kinda weird when benched

I´m aware that it can do Async, and I´m well aware that it can´t do it as effectively. I´m saying that shouldn´t the 980ti be doing worse than the Fury X due to that fact? Async usually brings the 900 series to their knees.

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Well, async compute hasn't been enabled in maxwell drivers, what are the chances that it's enabled in drivers 2 weeks before the launch of pascal.

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4 hours ago, Bhav said:

What spec improvement? 500 more cores than a 980?

 

Those results look exactly like what the specs of the 1080 would be producing.

 

The 1070 / 1080 are a third time repeat of Nvidia releasing their midrange chip as a high end part.

exactly.

 

Pretty sure the 980ti would produce similar results if clocked at 2100. 

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For a $599 card, yeah these are expected performance


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Now hopefully people that are selling 980ti for dirt cheap don't realize this, so that I can buy one for myself before they bump up the price due to 1080 is not that faster than 980 ti


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2 hours ago, Alexokan said:

exactly.

 

Pretty sure the 980ti would produce similar results if clocked at 2100. 

A 2100 mhz 980 ti would walk all over a Pascal 1080 if it the 1080 is indeed only 10% faster whilst being clocked like 50% higher.


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Posted · Original PosterOP

Yeah, the Ti Models like the iPhone S models are the true performance kings...these GTX non Ti are weak.

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Didn't the FuryX beat the 980ti comprehensively in Ashes in confirmed legit benchmarks, which leads me to take this "benchmark" with a pinch of salt.


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5 minutes ago, super_skank said:

Didn't the FuryX beat the 980ti comprehensively in Ashes in confirmed legit benchmarks, which leads me to take this "benchmark" with a pinch of salt.

AMD has much better direct x 12 drivers and etc 

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14 hours ago, Megahurt said:

Well, async compute hasn't been enabled in maxwell drivers, what are the chances that it's enabled in drivers 2 weeks before the launch of pascal.

You wouldn't see any performance improvements by enabling it as Maxwell is designed around DX11 and unsurprisingly AMD cards are favored by Mantle. Due to the fact that DX12 is based heavily on Mantle these features that Nvidia cards don't support or can't run well is unsurprising to me. 

 

 

"When it comes to Pascal, instead of asking "Will it support async?", the better question is "Will it scale as well as GCN does?" Async by itself won't do much good if the rest of the GPU is designed around DX11" Logically it would be in Nvidia's best interests to design the new Pascal cards around DX12 than DX11.

 

Another website:

http://www.overclock3d.net/articles/gpu_displays/gtx_1080_ashes_of_the_singularity_benchmarks/1

 

It looks like AMD has the upper playing field now with DX12 and how they ended up producing both consoles. As much as I hate to admit it, games on consoles sell much better than on PC, so it's likely that the game developers are going to spend more time optimizing for a console (which happens to be AMD hardware) than on a PC. Because of this AMD hardware has been doing much better when it comes to most of the new DX12 related titles.

Here are some examples:

http://www.vgchartz.com/gamedb/?name=battlefield+4

http://www.vgchartz.com/gamedb/?name=battlefield+3&publisher=&platform=&genre=&minSales=0&results=200

http://www.vgchartz.com/gamedb/?name=fallout+4&publisher=&platform=&genre=&minSales=0&results=200

http://www.vgchartz.com/gamedb/?name=The+Division&publisher=&platform=&genre=&minSales=0&results=200

http://www.vgchartz.com/gamedb/?name=black+ops+3&publisher=&platform=&genre=&minSales=0&results=200

 

Personally, it looks like an serious uphill battle for Nvidia...

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15 hours ago, Starelementpoke said:

I´m aware that it can do Async, and I´m well aware that it can´t do it as effectively. I´m saying that shouldn´t the 980ti be doing worse than the Fury X due to that fact? Async usually brings the 900 series to their knees.

Asynchronous compute is not what you were told it was by the AMD marketing department.


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If these benchmarks are true I know to keep my GTX980ti Hybrid, sink extra into a more powerful Broadwell-E chip and buy a fully unlocked Ti next year.

I'm only a 1080p@144hz gamer anyway xD

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