The Nvidia GTX 1080 Ti’s 3Dmark scores have leaked. Interestingly, the benchmark scores, reported by Chiphell, were taken from an overclocked GTX 1080 Ti. 3DMark scores of this graphics card right out of the box will, of course, be different from those posted in this article.
It’s worth noting also that the overclocked GTX 1080 Ti graphics card that was benchmarked by Chiphell is Nvidia’s reference model (Founders Edition). Those aside, let’s first look at the specifications. The overclocked GTX 1080 Ti was running at a GPU clock speed of 2,062MHZ and memory clock speed of 5,702MHz.
In the 3DMark Fire Strike Extreme and Ultra benchmarks, the overclock GTX 1080 Ti managed to gain graphics scores of 15,093 and 7,362 respectively. Meanwhile, the 3DMark Time Spy (measure DX12 performance) graphics score for the GTX 1080 Ti was 10,825. Knowing all of this, it’s safe to say that the performance difference between the GTX 1080 and GTX 1080 Ti are, indeed, miles apart.
Speaking of which, Chiphell has also mentioned that whilst running the 3DMark benchmarks, the overclocked GTX 1080 Ti did not exceed 63°C, which is rather impressive. Regardless, as with any other leak that we’ve reported before, do take this one with a pinch of overclockable salt, folks.