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PostPosted: 17 Apr 2017, 16:13 
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A quick look at the top dogs through three games on an old-ass system. Come and read decimals while you wait for Vega !

CPU: i7-4930K @ 4 GHz (HT off: 6C/6T)
RAM: 16 GB DDR3 1066 MHz
OS: Windows 7 x64 SP1
Storage: system & games on Samsung SSD 850 Pro 2 TB
Display: Acer Predator XB271HU (2560x1440, 144 Hz), Surround resolution 7800x1440.

- nvidia driver 381.65, room temp 20C/68F, MSI Afterburner running in the background the whole time.
- I play a game for half an hour to warm things up, then run each benchmark 3 times and report results for the third run.
- I then push the GPU's power limit to 120% and run the tests again.
Typical card behavior during benchmark:
Titan X (Pascal), core clock: around 1600-1700 MHz, temp 83C/181F, fan 50%
Titan X (Pascal) 120%, core clock: steady 1747 MHz, temp 87C/189F, fan 65%
Titan Xp, core clock: 1780-1820 MHz, temp 80C/176F, fan 49%
Titan Xp 120%, core clock: steady 1835 MHz, temp 85C/185F, fan 53%

GTA 5
*Titan X (Pascal), default
Frames Per Second (Higher is better) Min, Max, Avg
Pass 0, 32.314178, 57.703213, 47.008301
Pass 1, 32.614784, 55.813625, 39.852509
Pass 2, 27.080118, 141.272446, 44.047409
Pass 3, 32.064522, 138.156830, 49.694935
Pass 4, 19.403578, 82.770798, 44.027740

*Titan X (Pascal), power limit 120%
Frames Per Second (Higher is better) Min, Max, Avg
Pass 0, 35.314354, 58.096989, 47.911297
Pass 1, 35.021942, 60.603905, 40.572536
Pass 2, 32.323303, 137.254440, 44.525322
Pass 3, 39.107929, 137.841370, 50.652382
Pass 4, 24.065590, 89.454277, 46.151413

*Titan Xp, default
Frames Per Second (Higher is better) Min, Max, Avg
Pass 0, 31.670277, 58.295906, 48.959423
Pass 1, 30.466002, 60.945431, 41.955791
Pass 2, 32.102657, 147.767365, 45.580563
Pass 3, 34.942329, 146.154190, 52.377296
Pass 4, 24.704124, 145.100296, 47.794594

*Titan Xp, power limit 120%
Frames Per Second (Higher is better) Min, Max, Avg
Pass 0, 31.024837, 62.661552, 50.017807
Pass 1, 31.313932, 53.853645, 42.536961
Pass 2, 34.137909, 144.676682, 46.143635
Pass 3, 37.515789, 152.113663, 52.389233
Pass 4, 24.260960, 144.733429, 48.742058

Rise of the Tomb Raider
*Titan X (Pascal), default
Mountain Peak 57.21 fps
Syria 43.22 fps
Geothermal Valley 40.73 fps
Overall score 47.28 fps

*Titan X (Pascal), power limit 120%
Mountain Peak 59.97 fps
Syria 46.44 fps
Geothermal Valley 44.45 fps
Overall score 50.51 fps

*Titan Xp, default
Mountain Peak 61.60 fps
Syria 48.19 fps
Geothermal Valley 45.99 fps
Overall score 52.15 fps

*Titan Xp, power limit 120%
Mountain Peak 62.79 fps
Syria 49.77 fps
Geothermal Valley 47.61 fps
Overall score 53.60 fps

Tom Clancy's The Division
*Titan X (Pascal), default
Avg FPS 46.0 CPU 45% GPU 96%

*Titan X (Pascal), power limit 120%
Avg FPS 48,6 CPU 46% GPU 96%

*Titan Xp, default
Avg FPS 50.7 CPU 46% GPU 97%

*Titan Xp, power limit 120%
Avg FPS 52.3 CPU 47% GPU 96%


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PostPosted: 19 Apr 2017, 12:07 
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That's some nice benchmarking!

I think it's save to say there is no need to upgrade if you already own an Titan X Pascal.

And yes, I'll just keep waiting for VEGA :)


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PostPosted: 23 Apr 2017, 02:03 
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Thanks for all the testing :)

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