Hi, Friends welcome to the Mirchitech blog. Today I want to share something special with you, and it isNew NVIDIA Geforce GTX 1080 Ti, Review, Performance. NVIDIA has been a great year in 2016 and its appearance, it seems that 2017 is the only Pascal’s successor, NVIDIA Volta, has started following her head and here.
If you want to snoop down a bit, then search for device ID 1D81 or GPU code GV100. GTX 1080 Ti provides a good value to the customer, especially since it’s Titan X Pascal (even better in some specific criteria) for a much lower price tag. This card provides effectively improved memory clips to GTEX 1080 and GTX Titan X.
Now with the same memory seen on the new versions of GTX 1080 and GTX 1060, it would be best if you keep them off on the cards if you are thinking of thinking (though we wonder why you want GTX 1080 also Points above).
In all our 4 or benchmarks in Ultra settings, the GTX 1080 is higher than the minimum 60 FPS, which means that now you can get the best 4K non-settlement experience with NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti. You only have to pay Rs. 62,999
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti: Detailed review
GDC has been announced in 2017, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti comes in line as yet another successful launch for NVIDIA. The company has been on roll since Maxwell’s cards came out of more than two years ago.
980 TIA increased the substantial performance of 780 TFT and was followed by Pascal Series GTX 1080, which was not only powerful, but it was also much more efficiently thanks to the small transistor size. And the lack of competition in this high-end segment is working really well for NVIDIA, which has earned the lion’s share of the enthusiastic GPU market and the share price is the same. However, the GTX 1080 Ti launch was a bit awkward.
Some of the card partners we spoke to with the announcement of the GTX 1080 Ti on GDC were halted and it was expected that they would announce shortly afterward. But we understand secrecy that all AMDA announced its incredibly graphics card – RX Vega – earlier this day. NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Founders Edition is the first time retail sale for $ 699 with partner cards coming later in the month.
What about a partner card?
One of our reasons is that no partner has any SKU ready except stock installer version cards. Generally, when new graphics cards are announced, we find all the render images of partner cards that are released.
In the case of GTX 1080 Ti, we have not seen any of them and some local partners that we spoke were completely saved from the protector with a GTX 1080 Ti ad. However, things are going on, partner cards from ZOTAC, ASUS, MSI, and GIGABYTE will be released this week this week, so keep your eyes in the bark.
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, a Titan X with a little organ
GTX 1080 Ti is based on the same GP102, which is based on NVIDIA TITAN X, except for some small changes. GP102 is a scaled version of GP100, which has 30 sims, of which only 28 are operational. Titan X also includes 28 functional SMS, which means the same number of CUDA cores of both cards – 3584. And they clutter on 1480 MHz of GTX 1080i Ti, which is 63 Mhz more than Pascal-based GTX Titan. With GPU boost, the clock speed increases up to 1582 MHz, which is 51 MHz more than the GTX TITAN.
Titan X saw 12 GB GDDR5X RAM in 1251 MHz and maintains the use of GTX 1080 Ti GDDR5X, but clock speed has been increased to 1376 MHz, which effectively bandwidth from 10 Gbps to 11 Gbps. This is a significant increase in the memory clock and when the GPU is associated with the clock, the overall processing power is higher than the Titan X. Yes, when it comes to gaming, this little creature is more powerful than Titan X. To add perspective.
Titan X had an accuracy processing power of 10157 GFLPs, and that number was 10609 GFLOPS for GTX 1080 Ti. Also, because NVIDIA has been removed with 1 GDDR5X RAM chip, as it also removes with some ROPs. Titan X had the number of 96 ROPs in GPR, so 1 less chip, the number of ROP dropped below 88. Then, the bus-width also hits. Gtx 1080 Ti is a 352-bit memory bus width compared to 384-bit bus width on Titan X.
Since then NVIDIA began to come out with flagship TI cards after TITN cards, it followed a specific pattern in which the memory would be half and the CUDA core countdown would be either lower or equal.
As such, every graphics card in the series, it was 700 or 900 different from each other. This pattern is an exception to the 700 series, with three Titan variants. So with the GTX 1080 Ti. The number of compromises they made in GPU is significantly less. Therefore, proposing a reverse value from the previous generation of cards.
Owners of every GTX 1080p and Gtx Titanium might have been hit on their head on the wall that is not yet waiting for the 1080 Ti launch. It seems that the NVIDIA is experiencing pressure from AMD to the next RX Vega launch or maybe they seem very philanthropic.
It’s for all changes with the GPU, let’s look at the specifics of GTX 1080 Ti compared to the previous generation’s flagship.
GeForce, now with improved DirectX 12 performance
Graphics cards from NVIDIA 600 series have got DirectX12 support, but they are limited to a few APIs, and even with the Windows 10 announcement and its subsequent launch, NVIDIA DirectX 12 did not have native support for their graphics cards. Something was always clogged when the Games was set to use the DirectX 11 API when the GTX 980 TI R9 would go ahead with Fury X.
But when you turned it into DirectX 12, the performance difference would be reduced to a few FPS and 980 Will perform badly. One of the main features of DirectX 12 on Dx11 was that it was a low-overhead API and this was expected to bring a huge increase in performance but there is a definite contradiction with NVIDIA cards.
It should be noted that implementing DX12 only does not help, game developers have to make more efforts to ensure that they use most of it. Now it has become really grateful for Direct 12 by Microsoft to bring everyone’s womb down, it is only meaningful that NVIDIA should be given more resources for it. And this is what they did with the new driver update.
NVIDIA For Games
NVIDIA Game works, which is basically a library of software tools optimized for NVIDIA hardware has updated to add DirectX 12 support. Two of the most popularly used tools (according to NVIDIA) are FleX and FLOW which are used in the simulation of graphics effects in real time for DirectX 12.
And it’s not just that, even VRWORKS, which is a similar set of tools for VR applications has received the DirectX 12 treatment. That’s about it for all the changes with the GPU and the software, let’s take a look at the specifications of the GTX 1080 Ti compared to the previous generation flagships.
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If you’re hearing a repetitive thud somewhere around you then it’s probably a GTX 1080 or GTX TITAN owner venting his or her frustration by banging their head on the wall. And their frustration is going to hit a new high once they read the next section.
Faster GTX 1060 and GTX 1080
Yeah, NVIDIA has announced that they’ll be coming out with newer variants of the GTX 1080 and the GTX 1060. The GTX 1080 will feature VRAM clocked at 11 Gbps and the GTX 1060 will have its memory clocked at 9 Gbps.
Don’t be surprised if these launch around the same time as AMD launches the RX VEGA and the RX580 from the upcoming RX 500 series. This should give you an idea as to how fast both the cards from AMD are going to be, what remains to be seen are how AMD’s going to price them.
The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti doesn’t vary much from the previous Founders Edition cards released. It’s the same old die cast body except we see no mention of the magnesium alloy that all previous Founders Edition cards would boast about.
The cooling assembly consists of a vapor chamber over the GPU which is hooked up to the aluminum heatsink that you see through the transparent plastic window. The rest of the PCB is covered by a base plate which acts as a heatsink. It’s a single fan design which has a noticeable whirr noise at fan kicks into high gear at around 58-60 degrees celsius.
We have scored all the way from the 700 series cards but the games. We used back then are run way too fast on the GTX 1080 Ti, so we’re not going to focus much on those. These old benchmarks have been kept under the legacy section.
We’re doing at this point is waiting for the FPS figures to hit 4 digits. Anyways, it’s an interesting chart to look at. Our test rig has upgraded, but we scaled the processor down for the legacy benchmarks. That physics scores wouldn’t be affected in any significant manner. This is what we’re running our benchmarks on.
Processor – Intel Core i7 6700K
- CPU-Cooler – Noctua NH-D15
- Motherboard – ASRock Z170 Extreme7+
- RAM – 4x 8 GB Corsair Vengeance @ 2667 MHz
- SSD – Sandisk Extreme II 240 GB
- PSU – Corsair HX1050
- NEW GTX 1080 Ti
- GTX 980 Ti
- NEW GTX 780 Ti
- GTX TITAN X (Not Pascal, unfortunately, NVIDIA never sent that out.)
- AMD R9 295X2
First up is the trusty old 3DMark which shows a remarkable increase in graphics score compared to the 980 Ti. Physics score is more or less constant as that’s dependent upon the CPU and not the GPU.
We used a power meter to check power consumption of the card. The entire system idled at 65 W and at peak load, we saw the power draw rise to 343. Which is an increase of 278 W between idle and peak state? This should only take as an approximate value since power supply efficiency plays a huge part in getting the proper power metrics. GPU-Z reported that we’d hit around 101.5% of the TDP. Which would mean the correct value is closer to 252.5 W.
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