NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 Ti 6GB Video Card Review

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3DMark 2013

3Dmark Fire Strike Benchmark Results – For high performance gaming PCs

Use Fire Strike to test the performance of dedicated gaming PCs, or use the Fire Strike Extreme preset for high-end systems with multiple GPUs. Fire Strike uses a multi-threaded DirectX 11 engine to test DirectX 11 hardware.

3DMark Fire Strike

 

Fire Strike Extreme Benchmark Results:

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Benchmark Results: The 3DMark Fire Strike Extreme benchmark had the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 video card coming in with an overall score of 5,853, the GeForce GTX 980 Ti scores 7,489 and the GeForce GTX Titan X came in on top with a score of 7,549. The AMD Radeon R9 295X2 led the benchmark chart though with an impressive overall score of 8,852.

Fire Strike Ultra 4K Benchmark Results:

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Benchmark Results: The 3DMark Fire Strike Ultra ‘4K’ benchmark had the GeForce GTX Titan X coming in at 4,000 and the GeForce GTX 980 Ti coming in slightly ahead of that with a score of 4,023 despite having half the memory and ~8% fewer shader and texture resources! 

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  • Terry Perry

    What is FUNNY they used a 480 $ MB and a 1,200 $ Chip to run this card with 16 gigs ram. The 4k Monitor was 4.000 $ and for what to play Games that last a few hours now.

  • John Pombrio

    EVGA once again releases a superclocked GTX980Ti with a 10% bump in the base clock and turbo clock for only $30 more. That puts the card into the Titan X category. I always buy EVGA overclocked cards as they are stable as hell, quiet, and manage to control the GPU temperature to keep it at reasonable levels. How inadequate does my EVGA GTX980 superclocked CPU seem now and the 980Ti is way above my “over 10% increase in performance before I upgrade” criteria. As long as I run 2560×1440 at 60 Hz tho, no good reason to upgrade. BUT I WANT ONE!

  • Quentin

    Maybe I missed them, but where are the VRAM usage figures?