TITAN X PASCAL Beats GTX 1080 By 29% In 4K Benchmarks

The Pascal Beats Pascal : It’s August 2nd, the launch date for the TITAN X Pascal. NVIDIA isn’t handing out the card to many reviewers before launch and hence, details are slim. But VideoCardz has come to the rescue with leaked benchmarks where the TITAN X Pascal beats all competition. The leaked 3D Mark benchmarks show some really impressive numbers. In the picture, we can  see both FireStike and FireStrike Ultra results for  the GTX 1060 OC right up to the TITAN X. In 1080p, the new Titan X scores 26,660…

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AMD Fury X benchmarks published directly from Far Cry 4 settings Ultra and Ultra HD resolution

AMD has published benchmarks for its newly released Fury X card A few hours ago in Beijing, AMD held a conference with a bit more depth to the details than in its own E3 event and the subsequent E3 PC Gaming show , where they shared more details regarding their flagship Fury X card . The performance benchmarks of Far Cry 4 uses Ultra quality setting, and a resolution of 3840 x 2160. The Radeon R9 Fury X achieves 43 FPS at worst and on average it is 54 FPS.  , highest FPS…

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AMD Radeon Fury X “Fiji” Graphics Card 3DMark Benchmarks Revealed – Slightly Faster Than The GeForce GTX 980 Ti

FURY X BENCHMARKS SURFACE , GOES HEAD TO HEAD WITH TITAN X , BEATS THE 980 SLI , IS A CFX BEAST   It won’t be long now before AMD announces its new high-end Fury X (Fiji XT) graphics card. While official specifications for the card aren’t available just yet, the folks over at Videocardz have leaked them from what they call “a good source with credible information.” With that, they’ve put it through its paces using the 3DMark FireStrike benchmarks, and the results are quite impressive, easily rivaling those put forth by NVIDIA’s…

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AMD FURY OPENCL BENCHMARKS LEAK , DEFEATS THE TITAN X

The following benchmark results should be taken with a massive grain of salt, as they are not confirmed, but they are from a reliable source . The synthetic compute benchmark results for the AMD Radeon Fury X (unconfirmed name) show that the new card is outperforming Nvidia Titan X by a decent margin. Below you can see a gallery of images that will give you an idea of where the Fiji stands: The card shown as “AMD Radeon Graphics Processor” would be Fiji / Fury X. The Fury  beats the Titan X…

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Forget Titan X, BFG coming back with Titan XXX With 24GB VRAM

Great graphics card manufacturer BFG return with new Geforce Titan XXX, which will be exclusively on sale through Overclockers UK. The Titan XXX features twice the VRAM of the Titan X, supports up to 12K resolution (though two in SLI is recommended for 4K and above), is overclocked out of the box and boasts a special 300w OC mode. The card also supports NVIDIA G-Sync, it also has the compute side fully functional and comes with a truly insane overclock out of the box along with a special 300W OC mode The Specification according…

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Nvidia announces Titan X?:12 GB VRAM, 8 billion transistors

During the state of unreal talk today by Epic founder Tim Sweeney, Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang came to the stage and announced the next big GPU from Nvidia. Dubbed as the Titan X boasting a 12 GB buffer and “8 billion transistors,” he gave the first off the line to Tim Sweeney. We will have more on this as soon as more legit information comes up about Titan X.

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