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GTX 1070 3DMARK results leaked

GTX 1070 3DMARK results leaked

GTX 1070 3DMARK results leaked

GTX 1070 3DMARK results leaked

 

Benchmark results for the GTX 1070 have appeared online, revealing performance that this GPU has very similar performance to Nvidia's GTX Titan X, Nvidia's former flagship product.

We already know that the GTX 1070 has fewer CUDA cores than the GTX 1080 and that it will run at lower clock speeds, but it is still pretty impressive to see this best the GTX 980Ti at the attractive price point of $379. 

  GTX 1070 3DMARK results leaked  

The GTX 1070 will be based on the same GPU core as the GTX 1080, giving it a lot of similar specifications. This GPU will be running less CUDA cores and be running at lower GPU clocks, allowing this GPU to have a lower TDP of 150W. This means that the GTX 1070 will have a lower TDP than Nvidia's GTX 980.   

 

 GTX 1080GTX 1070GTX 980TiGTX 980
GPU ArchitecturePascalPascalMaxwellMaxwell
Process node16nm16nm28nm28nm
SP FP Performance9 TFLOPs6.5 TFLOPs5.63 TFLOPs4.61 TFLOPs
Die Size314mm2314mm2 601mm2398mm2
Transistors7.2 Billion7.2 Billion 8.0 Billion5.2 Billion
TMUs160120176128
ROPs649664
CUDA Core Count25601920 2816 2048 
VRAM TypeGDDR5X GDDR5 GDDR5 GDDR5 
VRAM Cappacity8GB 8GB 6GB4GB 
Memory Speed10Gbps 7 Gbps7 Gbps 
Memory Bus Size256-bit 256-bit 384-bit 256-bit 
Memory Bandwidth320 GB/s 336.5 GB/s 224 GB/s 
Base clock speed1607MHz 1000MHz 1139MHz 
Boost clock speed1733MHz 1600MHz 1076MHz 1240Mhz 
TDP180W 150W 250W 165W 
Power Connection1x 8-pin 1x8-pin  1x 8-pin + 1x 6-pin2x 6-pin 
PCI Express PCIe 3.0 PCIe 3.0  PCIe 3.0PCIe 3.0 

  

Looking at the benchmark results found by Videocardz, the GTX 1080 will have around 24% more performance than the GTX 1070, leaving the GTX 1070 with slightly more performance than Nvidia's former flagship products.  

 

GTX 1070 3DMARK results leaked  

While 3DMARK results do not show the whole picture, they do offer a good glimpse into the comparative performance of these GPUs. If these results prove accurate the GTX 1070 will be a real winner for Nvidia, offering both great performance and a very attractive price.  

 

You can join the discussion on the GTX 1070's performance on the OC3D Forums

 

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24-05-2016, 18:13:42

NeverBackDown
Synthetic benchmarks aren't really an indicator of much. Just like how they said the 1080 is faster than a TX, yet when in an enclosed case, it was only 2% faster than a 980ti or about even with a TX clocked at 1500mhz. That was gaming applications, where the real results should be looked at.Quote

24-05-2016, 18:16:14

SeekaX
Quote:
Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
Synthetic benchmarks aren't really an indicator of much. Just like how they said the 1080 is faster than a TX, yet when in an enclosed case, it was only 2% faster than a 980ti or about even with a TX clocked at 1500mhz. That was gaming applications, where the real results should be looked at.
You really earned that title mate.Quote

24-05-2016, 18:19:51

NeverBackDown
Quote:
Originally Posted by SeekaX View Post
You really earned that title mate.
It's called facts.. I didn't make the tests. I just take the results
And if you really think synthetic tests are the best indicator for telling how good a card is, then that shows how little you know tbh. We all know gaming tests are what matters. Unless you are like Kaap, who is a bench enthusiast.. But that's a small minority.Quote

24-05-2016, 18:25:14

RobM
He is right regarding the tests. I would only consider testing valid if it is done in a closed case across several games.Quote

24-05-2016, 18:28:17

SeekaX
Quote:
Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
It's called facts.. I didn't make the tests. I just take the results
And if you really think synthetic tests are the best indicator for telling how good a card is, then that shows how little you know tbh. We all know gaming tests are what matters. Unless you are like Kaap, who is a bench enthusiast.. But that's a small minority.
The thing is, i also read plenty of tests on games where the 1080 performed considerably better than 102% of a 980ti. Benchmarks may overexaggerate the performance of the card, but you are giving it way more flack than it deserves. Just like the 1080 might perform better in some benchmarks it will underperform in some other applications, cherrypicking its bad results doesn't make it a bad card overall.Quote
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