The first leaked benchmarks of an overclocked GTX 1080 Ti show performance in 3DMark

NVIDIA’s new flagship graphics card was announced last week and it should become available in the following days. However, it’s still nor released so we can quench our thirst for knowledge with rumors and leaked benchmarks. Luckily, we saw the first GTX 1080 Ti benchmarks. The information comes from Chiphell.

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The following results in 3DMark were achieved using an overclocked 1080 Ti GPU. According to the screenshots, the graphics card was running at 2062MHz with memory at 5702MHz. This overclocked GTX 1080 Ti scored 31 135 points in the graphics part of the Fire Strike test and 25 193 in the physics part. The scores for Fire Strike Extreme test are 15 093 and 25 106 in the graphics and physics part respectively. In the Fire Strike Ultra test the results are 7362 and 24 905 points and lastly in the Time Spy test the GTX 1080 Ti scored 10 825 points.

Of course, all of these results should be taken with a grain of salt as they are not anything official. The new graphics card should release any time soon so we will have official benchmarks shortly after.

Meanwhile, you can check all available NVIDIA graphics cards over here:

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