It looks like the first benchmark scores of Nvidia’s Titan V have surfaced. For those who are out of the loop, the Titan V is Nvidia’s newest and most powerful graphics card that is based on the company’s Volta architecture. Interestingly, the Titan V is Nvidia’s third Titan-branded graphics card introduced in 2017; the first two being the Titan Xp and Titan Xp Star Wars Collector’s Edition.
That aside, let’s look at the benchmark scores of the Nvidia Titan V; bear in mind that the Titan V used in these tests was overclocked. As expected, the Titan V managed to outperform the GTX 1080 Ti, GTX 1080, and RX Vega 64 graphics cards (all of which are overclocked as well) in the 3DMark Fire Strike series of benchmarks.
That said, the gap in performance between the Titan V and all three other graphics cards was observed to be less significant in the Fire Strike Ultra benchmark.
In the 3DMark Time Spy test, Nvidia Titan V unsurprisingly scored significantly higher compared to the others. The same is also observed in the Superposition 8K benchmark as well. Oddly, in the Superposition 1080p Extreme benchmark, it was found that the gap in scores between the Titan V and all three other graphics cards have increased dramatically.
Despite the fact that the Nvidia Titan V does come with impressive computational and graphical performance, one has to remember that this graphics card isn’t meant for gaming. Instead, it’s aimed towards usage in areas of science, artificial intelligence and etc. That said, the Titan V does give us an indication of what’s to come from Nvidia in the future for us consumers.