The Nvidia Titan V was just announced recently and here we have some Nvidia Titan V benchmarks that show how powerful the graphics card is as compared to the GTX 1080 Ti as well as other high-end Nvidia graphics cards. The Nvidia Titan V blow everything out of the water and with the high price tag you get some epic performance.
The Nvidia Titan V is based on the Nvidia Volta graphics architecture that was released a few weeks back but has not come out for the consumer market yet. Having that said it is pretty clear that the Nvidia Titan V is not for gamers but for professionals instead. The graphics card features 5120 cores and 12 GB of VRAM but costs $3000.
Other than that the graphics card also comes with 640 Tensor Cores, 320 texture units and 110 TFLOPs of GPU performance for AI-related algorithms. 1200 MHz is the base clock of the graphics card and it can boost to 1445 MHz and it seems that even at stock frequencies it can beat an overclocked GTX 1080 Ti as you will see in the Nvidia Titan V benchmarks.
Nvidia Titan V Benchmarks
The benchmarks of the Nvidia Titan V are as follows. We are going to take a look at synthetic benchmarks as well as gaming benchmarks to see how well it competes with the GTX 1080 Ti as well as the other high-end graphics cards on the market right now.
Nvidia Titan V Benchmarks: 3DMark Firestrike Performance
The Nvidia Titan V shows impressive performance in 3DMark Firestrike and nothing else comes close to the graphics card. You can check out the number below:
Nvidia Titan V Benchmarks: Unigine Superposition Performance
The following Nvidia Titan V benchmarks reveal how well the graphics card performs in Unigine Superposition.
Nvidia Titan V Benchmarks: Gaming Benchmarks
Nvidia Titan V gaming benchmarks are for Gear of War 4, Ashes of the Singularity and Rise of the Tomb Raider. You can check them out below:
Let us know what you think about these Nvidia Titan V benchmarks.