Palit gtx 1080 ti review: Palit GTX 1080 Ti Super JetStream 11GB Review

Palit GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Super JetStream Review

Written by

Matthew Lambert

June 15, 2017 | 17:04

Tags: #gtx-1080-ti #pascal

Companies: #nvidia #palit

1 — Palit GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Super JetStream Review2 — Palit GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Super JetStream Review — Test Setup3 — Palit GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Super JetStream Review — 3DMark and VRMark4 — Palit GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Super JetStream Review — Battlefield 15 — Palit GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Super JetStream Review — Deus Ex: Mankind Divided6 — Palit GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Super JetStream Review — Fallout 47 — Palit GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Super JetStream Review — Total War: Warhammer8 — Palit GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Super JetStream Review — The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt9 — Palit GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Super JetStream Review — Power and Thermals10 — Palit GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Super JetStream Review — Overclocking11 — Palit GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Super JetStream Review — Performance Analysis and Conclusion

Palit GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Super JetStream Review

Manufacturer: Palit
UK price (as reviewed):
£679. 99 (inc VAT)
US price (as reviewed): Currently unavailable

Months keep passing without consumer AMD Vega cards landing, so how exactly the red team will re-enter the premium GPU marketplace and what impact it will have remains to be seen. In the meantime, if you have a hefty wad of notes to throw at GPU hardware, the only real choice is Nvidia, and the GTX 1080 Ti is its finest offering excluding the ludicrously overpriced Titan Xp. Today we have an card from Palit – can it compete with the numerous solid versions of this GPU we’ve seen from other manufacturers?

Click to enlarge

The ‘Super’ in the name of this card isn’t only meaningless hyperbole, as it actually differentiates this card from the regular JetStream that uses the same cooler. The difference is that this one comes with an overclock applied, and it’s in-line with what we’ve seen before. Out of the box, the card runs at a base clock of 1,556MHz, and this nets you a rated boost clock of 1,670MHz. This is the card’s OC Mode; slightly slower clocks can be set using the built-in Gaming and Silence modes via the ThunderMaster software, but Palit appears to be pushing for maximum grunt by default, which we can’t really complain about. One criticism, however, is that the memory is not overclocked and instead left at the default 11Gbps even in OC Mode.

Clad in black and silver, the GTX 1080 Ti Super JetStream has a noticeably neutral colour scheme, a wise choice given that the top section is also RGB backlit. This LED section can again be controlled using the ThunderMaster software, with temperature-based effects available alongside others.

Click to enlarge

Like many a third-party GTX 1080 Ti, the Super JetStream is noticeable also for its size thanks to a 2.5-slot cooler that increases the dimensions to 285mm long and 133mm tall. Such bulk demands the use of a backplate to prevent the PCB from bending or breaking under the heatsink’s weight, so we’re happy to see a thick brushed metal backplate here. The keen-eyed among you will have spotted a small cutout in this near the SLI fingers, and this is to give access to the dual-BIOS switch – handy if you’re one for tinkering with maximum overclocks or custom BIOSes.

Click to enlarge

Nvidia dropped DVI support from the Founders Edition of this card, but Palit has reintroduced it here for a bit of extra connectivity. Otherwise, things are unchanged, so you get three DisplayPort 1.4 headers and one HDMI 2.0b. Other manufacturers have taken a more VR-friendly approach by swapping one DisplayPort for a second HDMI, so if you have a VR headset and a HDMI-based display and want both connected at once, there are better options. Also of note on the rear I/O panel is the honeycomb mesh pattern, which Palit says allows for up to 15 percent more airflow than standard designs. That said, it’s questionable how much air will find its way here given that the cooler shroud is open and the vertical heatsink fins are more likely to guide air into your chassis through the top of the card or directly at your motherboard.

Click to enlarge

Two supplementary eight-pin PCI-E connectors give the card a total of 375W available power, although it’s only rated by Palit as needing 300W, so there should be plenty of headroom for overclocking. Sadly, the plugs are not indented, so you’ll need to accommodate protruding PCI-E connectors as well as the card’s already-considerable height.

Dual-100mm fans are used for cooling, and they spin in opposite directions. This is a method we’ve seen before, and it is designed to prevent ‘airflow conflicts’. We’re also told that the TurboFan design of the fan blades is inspired by jet engines. A more tangible benefit is the semi-passive feature that Palit calls 0-dB Tech, which ensures that both fans will switch off once the GPU reaches a temperature of about 60°C or lower.

Click to enlarge

Copious amounts of copper and aluminium are used in the GPU cooler. A copper baseplate sits on the GPU and feeds three 8mm and two 6mm heat pipes that in turn direct heat through two separate fin stacks. The copper sections are not nickel-plated, but we’re not too worried as they’re barely exposed or visible from the outside. The heatsinks are also fed by thermal pads and contact plates that directly cool all the memory chips and the vast majority of VRM components.

Click to enlarge

Palit is using DrMOS MOSFETs here, which use a design it says has been adopted from those used with high-end server CPUs. Benefits touted are low-noise operation and an effective reduction in heat. Palit appears to be using a hefty 12+1 phase power design.

Click to enlarge

One downside of this card versus others on the market is the two-year warranty. We’re used to seeing three years as standard with most GPU manufacturers, and when you’re spending close to £700 on a GPU, these sort of things are important – Palit could do with upping its game here.

Specifications

  • Graphics processor Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, 1,556MHz (1,670MHz boost)
  • Pipeline 3,584 stream processors, 224 texture units, 88 ROPs
  • Memory 11GB GDDR5X, 11Gbps effective
  • Bandwidth 484GB/sec, 352-bit interface
  • Compatibility DirectX 12, Vulcan, OpenGL 4.5
  • Outputs/Inputs 3 x DisplayPort 1.4, 1 x dual-link DVI-D, 1 x HDMI 2.0b
  • Power connections 2 x 8-pin PCI-E, top-mounted
  • Size 285mm long, 133mm tall, triple-slot
  • Warranty Two years

1 — Palit GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Super JetStream Review2 — Palit GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Super JetStream Review — Test Setup3 — Palit GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Super JetStream Review — 3DMark and VRMark4 — Palit GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Super JetStream Review — Battlefield 15 — Palit GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Super JetStream Review — Deus Ex: Mankind Divided6 — Palit GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Super JetStream Review — Fallout 47 — Palit GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Super JetStream Review — Total War: Warhammer8 — Palit GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Super JetStream Review — The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt9 — Palit GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Super JetStream Review — Power and Thermals10 — Palit GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Super JetStream Review — Overclocking11 — Palit GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Super JetStream Review — Performance Analysis and Conclusion

Palit GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SuperJetstream in review

Palit ranks the Geforce GTX 1080 Ti SuperJetstream below the GameRock Premium Edition, but uses the same board, but no Vortex fans. How good is this model compared to its own top model and the competitor cards… Palit uses its own design for this board that is no different from the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti GameRock Premium from the same house. At first glance, you can already see that at Palit you can use 2 phases for the memory and a total of… Benchmarks in 2560 x 1440 pixels
We have deliberately dispensed with Full HD (1920 x 1080p) as the card runs into the CPU limit even in the highest settings. In WQHD (2560 x 1440 pixels), on the other hand, the actual working environment begins and the Pali… Benchmarks in 3840 x 2160 pixels
The Palit GTX 1080 Ti SuperJetstream is between 7 and 9 percent faster than a GeForce GTX 1080 Founders Edition, depending on the game. TitanX (Pascal). In total, many … Power consumption at different loads
We measured the power consumption of the card in normal operation and at maximum overclocking. The normal power target of 300 watts can be manually increased up to 350 watts in theory, whereby i. .. Overclocking
Manual overclocking with air cooling is rather worthless, even if you can bear the fans working at 2500 rpm at maximum speed. On the one hand, of course, as always, we have the GPU lottery and there probably a worse chip … Cooling system and backplate
Palit has made significant changes to the design of the new cooler, which we will discuss in a while. First of all, here are the facts:
Cooling system at a glanceType of the cooler:Air cooling, 2.5…Summary
Whether the card is better than the in-house and very similar GamingRock Premium Edition, let’s face it. You’d rather answer it with Jain. The fact is that without the Vortex coolers, which are very high in construction, you can do a little more…

Palit ranks the Geforce GTX 1080 Ti SuperJetstream below the GameRock Premium Edition, but uses the same board, but no Vortex fans. How good is this model compared to its own top model and competitor cards? This is exactly the question we have asked ourselves and we want to answer it with today’s test.

The map follows the SuperJetstream line purely visually, even though some minor cosmetic surgeries have been performed. Of course, this does not make the card any quicker, but it is a little more respectable.

Since the actual performance of all board partner cards depends more on the actual boost clock achieved, and thus causally depends on the cooling, the power target and above all the quality of the respective chip, any test based only on benchmark bars is more of a Random snapshot of a single specimen. This is precisely why we have focused on the actual technical implementation of each model and have been able to document this very well with our equipment.

Unboxing, dimensions and connections

The accessories are limited to the usual three-handers such as DVD, manual and 8-pin adapters. Otherwise, there is only the card. We will discuss their exact board and cooling design separately later. The most important features are first summarized in a table:

Overview of installation dimensions, features and connections
Installation length:
28. 6 cm (slot aperture to end cover)
Installation height:
12.5 cm (upper edge slot to top card)
Depth:
5.0 cm (2.5 slot)
0.5 cm baking plate
Weight:
1329 grams
Backplate: Yes, with passive cooling function
Cooling: Air
Horizontally aligned cooling fins
Fan:
2x 10 cm (9.5 cm rotor diameter)
Connections Slot blend:
3x DisplayPort 1.4
1x HDMI 2.0
1x Dual-Link DVI-I
Other shots:
2x SLI Connector
Power supply:
2x 8-pin PCI-Express

Exterior views

Now let’s look at the map from the outside. Palit, like many others, is back on a matte, graphite-coloured plastic cover that is haptic and visually fine. The days of red or gold-coloured plastic structures seem to be over here as well. The chrome-like application looks nice, but is extremely scratch-sensitive.

The cooling fins are vertically aligned, the two 8-pin sockets of the external power supply are installed rotated by 180°. The logo on the top is equipped with an RGB backlight and can also be customized by means of its own software.

In the case of the connections, only one HDMI output is used, which e.g. VR glasses are not very accommodating.

Specifications

The GPU-Z screenshot shows us the most important key data in advance, whereby the actual boost achieved was of course higher with our model. This in turn relativizes such theoretical data a little, so that we really want to refer to the following test results later:

Finally, the whole thing again as a tabular comparison to the other relevant graphics card models:

  Nvidia
Titan X
– (Pascal) Mr President, I would like to
Nvidia
Geforce
GTX 1080 Ti FE
Palit
GTX 1080 Ti
SuperJetstream
Nvidia
Geforce
GTX 1080 FE
Nvidia
Geforce
GTX 980 Ti
Gpu
GP102 GP102 GP102 GP104 GM200
CUDA cores
3584 3584 3584 2560 2816
Base clock 1417 MHz 1480 MHz 1557 MHz
1607 MHz 1000 MHz
Boost clock
1531 MHz+ 1582 MHz+ 1671 MHz
1733 MHz+ 1076 MHz+
Memory Size & Type
12 GByte
GDDR5X
11 GByte
GDDR5X
11 GByte
GDDR5X
8 GByte
GDDR5X
6 GByte
GDDR5
The size
471 mm2 471 mm2 471 mm2 314 mm2 601 mm2
Technology
16 nm 16 nm 16 nm 16 nm 28 nm
Transistors
12 billion 12 billion 12 billion 7. 2 billion 8 billion
Streaming Multiprocessors (SM)
28 28 28
20 22
GFLOPS (basic clock)
10.157 10.609 11.161
8.228 5.632
Texture Units
224 224 224 160 176
Texture fill rate
317.4 GT/s 331.5 GT/s 348.8 GT/s
257.1 GT/s 214 GT/s
Rops
96 88 88
64 96
Pixel fill rate
136 GPix/s 130.24 GPix/s 137.0 GPix/s
114.2 GPix/s 116.7 GPix/s
Storage data rate
10 Gbps 11 Gbps 11 Gbps 10 Gbps 7 Gbps
Storage bus
384 bits 352 bits 352 bits 256 bits 384 bits
Memory bandwidth
480 GByte/s 484. 4 GByte/s 489.3 GByte/s 320 GByte/s 336 GByte/s
L2 cache
3 MByte 2816 KByte 2816 KByte 2 MByte 3 MByte
Tdp
250 watts 250 watts 300 Watt (PT)
180 watts 250 watts

Test system and measurement methods

The new test system and the methodology have already been described in great detail in the basic article «How We Test Graphics Cards» (English: «How We Test Graphics Cards») and therefore, for the sake of simplicity, we now only refer to this detailed Description. So if you want to read everything again, you are welcome to do so. However, we have improved CPU and cooling once again in order to largely exclude possible CPU bottle necks for this fast card.

If you are interested, the summary in table form quickly provides a brief overview:

Test systems and measuring rooms
Hardware:
Intel Core i7-6900K -4. 3GHz
MSI X99S XPower Gaming Titanium
Corsair Vengeance DDR4-3200
1x 1 TByte Toshiba OCZ RD400 (M.2, System SSD)
2x 960 GByte Toshiba OCZ TR150 (Storage, Images)
Be Quiet Dark Power Pro 11, 850-watt power supply
Windows 10 Pro (all updates)
Cooling:
Alphacool Ice Block XPX
Alphacool Ice Age 2000 Chiller
2x Be Quiet! Silent Wings 3 PWM (Closed Case Simulation)
Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut (for cooler change)
Housing:
Lian Li PC-T70 with expansion kit and modifications
Modes: Open Benchtable, Closed Case
Monitor: Eizo EV3237-BK
Power consumption:
non-contact DC measurement on the PCIe slot (Riser-Card)
non-contact DC measurement on the external PCIe power supply
Direct voltage measurement on the respective feeders and on the power supply
2x Rohde & Schwarz HMO 3054, 500 MHz multi-channel oscillograph with memory function
4x Rohde & Schwarz HZO50, current togor adapter (1 mA to 30 A, 100 KHz, DC)
4x Rohde & Schwarz HZ355, touch divider (10:1, 500 MHz)
1x Rohde & Schwarz HMC 8012, digital multimeter with storage function
Thermography:
Optris PI640, infrared camera
PI Connect evaluation software with profiles
Acoustics:
NTI Audio M2211 (with calibration file)
Steinberg UR12 (with phantom power for the microphones)
Creative X7, Smaart v. 7
own low-reflection measuring room, 3.5 x 1.8 x 2.2 m (LxTxH)
Axial measurements, perpendicular to the center of the sound source(s), measuring distance 50 cm
Noise in dBA (Slow) as RTA measurement
Frequency spectrum as a graph

Palit GTX 1080 Ti Super JetStream review

58points

Palit GTX 1080 Ti Super JetStream

Palit GTX 1080 Ti Super JetStream

Why is Palit GTX 1080 Ti Super JetStream better than the average?

  • GPU clock speed?
    1556MHzvs1296.01MHz
  • Floating-point performance?
    11.97 TFLOPSvs9.89 TFLOPS
  • Pixel rate?
    147 GPixel/svs89.6 GPixel/s
  • Effective memory speed?
    11008MHzvs10367.76MHz
  • VRAM?
    11GBvs6.27GB
  • Texture rate?
    374.1 GTexels/svs230.23 GTexels/s
  • Maximum memory bandwidth?
    484.4GB/svs348. 53GB/s
  • Memory bus width?
    352bitvs252.37bit

Which are the most popular comparisons?

Palit GTX 1080 Ti Super JetStream

vs

MSI GTX 1080 Ti Gaming X

Palit GTX 1080 Ti Super JetStream

vs

Palit GTX 1080 Ti GameRock Premium

Palit GTX 1080 Ti Super JetStream

vs

Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Gaming OC

Palit GTX 1080 Ti Super JetStream

vs

Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Ti

Palit GTX 1080 Ti Super JetStream

vs

Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060 Super

Palit GTX 1080 Ti Super JetStream

vs

Nvidia GeForce RTX 2070 Super

Palit GTX 1080 Ti Super JetStream

vs

Asus ROG Strix GeForce GTX 1080 Ti OC

Palit GTX 1080 Ti Super JetStream

vs

Palit GTX 1080 Ti JetStream

Palit GTX 1080 Ti Super JetStream

vs

Nvidia GeForce GTX 1660

Palit GTX 1080 Ti Super JetStream

vs

Nvidia GeForce RTX 3050 Laptop

Price comparison

User reviews

Performance

1. GPU clock speed

1556MHz

The graphics processing unit (GPU) has a higher clock speed.

2.GPU turbo

1670MHz

When the GPU is running below its limitations, it can boost to a higher clock speed in order to give increased performance.

3.pixel rate

147 GPixel/s

The number of pixels that can be rendered to the screen every second.

4.floating-point performance

11.97 TFLOPS

Floating-point performance is a measurement of the raw processing power of the GPU.

5.texture rate

374.1 GTexels/s

The number of textured pixels that can be rendered to the screen every second.

6.GPU memory speed

1376MHz

The memory clock speed is one aspect that determines the memory bandwidth.

7.shading units

Shading units (or stream processors) are small processors within the graphics card that are responsible for processing different aspects of the image.

8.texture mapping units (TMUs)

TMUs take textures and map them to the geometry of a 3D scene. More TMUs will typically mean that texture information is processed faster.

9.render output units (ROPs)

The ROPs are responsible for some of the final steps of the rendering process, writing the final pixel data to memory and carrying out other tasks such as anti-aliasing to improve the look of graphics.

Memory

1.effective memory speed

11008MHz

The effective memory clock speed is calculated from the size and data rate of the memory. Higher clock speeds can give increased performance in games and other apps.

2.maximum memory bandwidth

484.4GB/s

This is the maximum rate that data can be read from or stored into memory.

3.VRAM

VRAM (video RAM) is the dedicated memory of a graphics card. More VRAM generally allows you to run games at higher settings, especially for things like texture resolution.

4.memory bus width

352bit

A wider bus width means that it can carry more data per cycle. It is an important factor of memory performance, and therefore the general performance of the graphics card.

5.version of GDDR memory

Unknown. Help us by suggesting a value.

Newer versions of GDDR memory offer improvements such as higher transfer rates that give increased performance.

6.Supports ECC memory

✖Palit GTX 1080 Ti Super JetStream

Error-correcting code memory can detect and correct data corruption. It is used when is it essential to avoid corruption, such as scientific computing or when running a server.

Features

1.DirectX version

DirectX is used in games, with newer versions supporting better graphics.

2.OpenGL version

OpenGL is used in games, with newer versions supporting better graphics.

3.OpenCL version

Some apps use OpenCL to apply the power of the graphics processing unit (GPU) for non-graphical computing. Newer versions introduce more functionality and better performance.

4.Supports multi-display technology

✔Palit GTX 1080 Ti Super JetStream

The graphics card supports multi-display technology. This allows you to configure multiple monitors in order to create a more immersive gaming experience, such as having a wider field of view.

5.load GPU temperature

A lower load temperature means that the card produces less heat and its cooling system performs better.

6.supports ray tracing

✔Palit GTX 1080 Ti Super JetStream

Ray tracing is an advanced light rendering technique that provides more realistic lighting, shadows, and reflections in games.

7.Supports 3D

✔Palit GTX 1080 Ti Super JetStream

Allows you to view in 3D (if you have a 3D display and glasses).

8.supports DLSS

✖Palit GTX 1080 Ti Super JetStream

DLSS (Deep Learning Super Sampling) is an upscaling technology powered by AI. It allows the graphics card to render games at a lower resolution and upscale them to a higher resolution with near-native visual quality and increased performance. DLSS is only available on select games.

9.PassMark (G3D) result

This benchmark measures the graphics performance of a video card. Source: PassMark.

Ports

1.has an HDMI output

✔Palit GTX 1080 Ti Super JetStream

Devices with a HDMI or mini HDMI port can transfer high definition video and audio to a display.

2.HDMI ports

More HDMI ports mean that you can simultaneously connect numerous devices, such as video game consoles and set-top boxes.

3.HDMI version

HDMI 2.0

Newer versions of HDMI support higher bandwidth, which allows for higher resolutions and frame rates.

4.DisplayPort outputs

Allows you to connect to a display using DisplayPort.

5.DVI outputs

Allows you to connect to a display using DVI.

6.mini DisplayPort outputs

Allows you to connect to a display using mini-DisplayPort.

Price comparison

Cancel

Which are the best graphics cards?

Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Review

Verdict

Pros

  • Epic 4K performance
  • Very overclockable
  • Fastest consumer card you can buy

Cons

  • Power hog
  • Price-cut GTX 1080 more attractive

Key Specifications

  • Review Price: £699. 00
  • GP-102 GPU
  • 3854 CUDA cores
  • 1.6GHz boost clock
  • 11GB GDDR5 X memory at 11GHz
  • 3x DisplayPort, 1x HDMI (DP-DVI adapter in box)
  • Founders Edition
  • TDP: 250W

Editor’s Note: The GTX 1080 Ti is about to get a major update that’ll add support for Nvidia ray tracing technology. Ray tracing is a graphics technology originally featured on Nvidia’s latest generation Turing, RTX cards. It lets compatible games render shadows, lighting effects and reflections more realistically. Ray Tracing support will be added to the RTX cards via a driver update in April. We’ll retest the GTX 1080 Ti to see how it handles ray tracing when the update lands. Check back later for our findings.

This review was originally published in March 2017

What is the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Ti?

The 1080 Ti represents the pinnacle of Nvidia’s 2016/17 graphics card line-up, pitching itself as a 4K-and-beyond graphics card. It sits at the top of the range, £200 more expensive than the recently price-dropped GTX 1080 and £300 below the similarly-specified Titan X, which is all but irrelevant now for gamers.

This is the third “80 Ti” card Nvidia has introduced, following the 780 Ti and 980 Ti. The Ti brand normally means a £100 premium over the regular “80” card, but with performance that looks forward to the next generation of games and monitors – and that’s exactly what the 1080 Ti is. This monstrous card is what Nvidia hopes will carry early adopters into the era of next-gen VR, high-refresh-rate 4K gaming and even 5K.

It’s the most expensive Ti product ever, but for those who can stump up the cash, it’s a card that really looks to the future.

Related: Best graphics card deals

GTX 1080 Ti – Third-party deals

As the 1080 Ti is now seven months old, I thought it’d be worth revisiting it and having a look at the range of third-party options now available, and assess their value and potential performance.

As you might have noticed while shopping around, graphics card prices are very high right now. This is partly due to the huge surge in demand for GPUs for use in crypto-currency mining, and partly down to currency fluctuations. Either way, the GTX 1080 Ti is still priced pretty firmly at its original £699 recommended retail price from March. Pay more and you’ll start venturing into the world of extreme overclocking and high-end coolers. Prices correct as of 13 October 2017. Here are three deals worth looking at.

Zotac GTX 1080 Ti Mini: £680 from Ebuyer
Surprisingly, the most attractive GPU on this list is also one of the cheapest. While it makes do with a very modest 38MHz clock speed boost, there’s more to this card than speed. If you hadn’t guessed, it’s absolutely tiny and is ready for any compact lounge PC you want to chuck it into.

EVGA GTX 1080 Ti SC Black Edition iCX: £685.37 from Amazon (import)
This is a pretty solid deal on a supremely overclocked GTX 1080 Ti. It’ll probably take a fair amount of time to ship to the UK because it’s shipping from the US, but including import taxes and shipping it’s still under £700. With a solid 1670MHz boost clock and EVGA’s elegant fan design, this is one of the better deals out there.

Palit GTX 1080 Ti JetStream: £690 from Ebuyer
Always one of the cheapest options in any GPU buying scenario, Palit’s JetStream model does nothing out of the ordinary and ships at Nvidia’s standard 1582MHz clock speeds.

GTX 1080 Ti – Specs and Technology

The seventh consumer card to launch using Nvidia’s Pascal technology, you’d expect the 1080 Ti to be the most refined yet. From the spec sheet, things look very good indeed.

Related: Best graphics card

Despite what the name might suggest, this isn’t simply an enhanced GTX 1080; this is a completely different card with a different chip on board. Indeed, it shares its DNA – and its GP102 GPU – with the £1,000 Titan X 2016.

This means you get a full whack of 12 billion transistors and 3,854 CUDA cores. Other, more technical specifications vary slightly, but for all intents and purposes, this is almost identical to the Titan X with a few improvements. The factory default boost clock is higher at 1.6GHz (overclockable to 2GHz and beyond), and you get 11GB of GDDR5X running at a 10% higher clock speed of 11GHz (11Gbps).

This is both more and faster memory than the GTX 1080, which makes do with 8GB of 10Gbps memory. Note that the latter has had its price cut substantially since the launch of the Ti.

You’ll notice that the Ti has 1GB less memory than the Titan X, a shortcoming that’s made up for by the increased data speeds. This leads to an effective data rate of 484GB/sec, which is a smidgen faster than the Titan X’s 480GB/sec.

So what else is new? On this card, the Founders Edition that launches first, there’s a refined internal design with a better power delivery system for more efficient and cooler running. Also, the blower fan design and settings have been tweaked to make the card that little bit quieter.

At the rear of the 1080 Ti there are three DisplayPort 1.4 ports alongside an HDMI 2.0 port. You also get a DisplayPort to DVI adapter in the box – handy if you have a monitor that only accepts this standard.

Related: Best desktop PCs

Externally, the design is identical to the Titan X, with die-cast aluminium and sharp edges, a green light-up GeForce GTX logo and black accents in a dual-slot configuration. It’s rather attractive, if entirely predictable.

Personally, I’d hold out for third-party interpretations from the likes of EVGA, Asus and MSI. The Founders Edition cards are always slightly cheaper than third-party rivals, but offer slightly lower performance.

Related: Best gaming PC specs to build yourself

Turn the page for the results of benchmarking.

Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Ti review

TechRadar Verdict

Crazy-powerful and frosty-cool, the Nvidia GTX 1080 Ti is the most powerful graphics card yet — and hits a pricing sweet spot.

TODAY’S BEST DEALS

The Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Ti was one of the most anticipated graphics cards when it came out in 2017. The 1080 series was Nvidia’s top-end GPU for gamers, and this more recent version outpaced the mighty Titan X in many areas.

Nvidia news

Next Nvidia Shield Tablet could be a 2-in-1

Nvidia expands GTX 16-Series with new mobile graphics and desktop GTX 1650

The Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Ti will set you back $699 (£699, about AU$930) – the same as the pre-discount GTX 1080. The Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Ti brings performance that can match the Titan Xp most of the time. Beyond being one of the most powerful consumer graphics cards of all time, the GTX 1080 Ti is a showcase of what Nvidia’s Pascal architecture was, and still is, capable of. Even in the face of Nvidia Turing cards like the RTX 2080 and 2080 Ti, the GTX 1080 Ti still stands up to the test of time. 

Since the release of the GTX 1080 Ti we’ve seen a range of manufacturers produce their own spins on the GPU, so check out our list of the best Nvidia GTX 1080 Ti graphics cards.  

Spec sheet

CUDA cores: 3,584
Texture units: 224
ROP units: 88
Base clock: 1,480MHz
Boost clock: 1,582MHz
Video memory: 11GB GDDR5X
Memory clock:
5,505MHz
Memory data rate: 11Gbps
Form factor: Dual-slot
Power connectors: 1 x 6-pin, 1 x 8-pin
Ports:
3 x DisplayPort 1.4, 1 x HDMI 2.0

Specifications

The Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Ti is packing 3584 CUDA cores, 224 texture units and 88 ROPs. It comes with just a notch less video RAM than the god-like Titan X, but the 1080 Ti’s 11GB complement of GDDR5X VRAM is tuned to a faster 11Gbps – clearly Nvidia is a fan of Spinal Tap – making this Nvidia’s quickest Pascal card.

There’s no question the Nvidia GTX 1080 Ti is a performance beast, running at a base 1480MHz frequency and 1582MHz when boosted.

True, the GTX 1080 boosts to a higher 1,733MHz; however, the Ti model is running with more cores and VRAM, boosting performance in both benchmarks and real-world gaming.

If you’ve seen one of Nvidia’s self-produced Pascal graphics cards, you’ve seen them all. Externally, the original GeForce GTX 1080 and Nvidia’s latest Ti (or tai as the company pronounces it) card are virtually indistinguishable.

Not that we’re complaining. Nvidia’s design for its Founders Edition cards was a hit when it first debuted and the modern, angular look still appeals. One little change users might notice is the lack of a DVI port; don’t fret though, as the GTX 1080 Ti comes with an adapter you can plug into a DisplayPort.

Getting rid of the DVI port has made more room for a better cooling solution. In fact, Nvidia says its new high airflow thermal solution provides twice the airflow area of the GeForce GTX 1080’s cooling system.

Our testing corroborates those claims. Even at a full load, the GTX 1080 Ti stayed at a cooler 75 degrees Celsius while the GTX 1080 peaked at 82 degrees Celsius. Of course, you can push both cards to the edge of 91 degrees Celsius by adjusting the power limiter and overclocking the GPUs.

Test system specifications

CPU: 3.0Ghz Intel Core i7-6950X Broadwell-E (deca-core, 25MB cache, up to 4.0GHz)
RAM: 32GB Vengeance LED DDR4 (3,200MHz)
Motherboard: Asus ROG Strix X99 Gaming
Power Supply: Corsair RM850x
Storage:  400GB Intel 750 Series U.2 SSD (NVMe PCI 3.0 x4)
Cooling: Corsair Hydro Series h215i extreme liquid cooler
Operating system: Windows 10

Performance

4K gaming at 60 fps has long been considered the holy grail of PC gaming, and the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Ti was the closest we came up until Nvidia Turing launched a few years later. Getting a silky smooth gaming experience in Ultra HD will depend on which games you’re trying to play, though.

We were able to achieve frame rates in the 50 to 60 range with games like Battlefield 1 and Doom. That’s not an easy feat – but these are still two of the most optimized games on the market.

Then, Nvidia released a DirectX 12 optimized Game Ready Driver that helped us run Rise of the Tomb Raider at a solid 40 fps, not quite matching the Titan X’s 57 fps, but double the 20 fps we saw with the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080.

Those are best-case scenarios, and you shouldn’t think the Nvidia GTX 1080 Ti is a bulletproof solution for 4K gaming. Total War: Attila for one thing brought the Titanium-power GPU to its knees as it struggled to render the game at a just-playable 26fps.

Getting to the pure-performance testing 3DMark: FireStrike Ultra benchmark, the GTX 1080 Ti completely demolishes its forebears by a difference of 2,000 to 4,000 points across the board. More impressively, this ultimate GeForce skips ahead of the Titan X too.

The most mind-blowing bit is that the Nvidia GTX 1080 Ti is doing all of this without any overclocking. Nvidia claims the card can be pushed as far as 2GHz, and while we haven’t quite pushed it that far yet we have been able to achieve a stably running system at 1.7-1.8GHz range.

Final verdict

The Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Ti is one of the most impressive graphics cards of all time. It’s remarkably more powerful than the original GTX 1080 and matches the Titan X’s gaming performance. You’re also looking at one of Nvidia’s coolest-running cards with more than enough overclocking headroom.

If you’ve been pining for Nvidia’s top GPU, but couldn’t stomach the $1,200 (£1,099, AU$1,599), the Nvidia GTX 1080 Ti looks much more appetizing at $699 or £699 (about AU$930).

TODAY’S BEST DEALS

Kevin Lee was a former computing reporter at TechRadar. Kevin is now the SEO Updates Editor at IGN based in New York. He handles all of the best of tech buying guides while also dipping his hand in the entertainment and games evergreen content. Kevin has over eight years of experience in the tech and games publications with previous bylines at Polygon, PC World, and more. Outside of work, Kevin is major movie buff of cult and bad films. He also regularly plays flight & space sim and racing games. IRL he’s a fan of archery, axe throwing, and board games.

2017’s Best GPU in 2021: GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Revisit

Today we’re taking a fresh look at the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, because every time we do one of these GPU revisits, we get dozens of requests to check out the 1080 Ti, so here you go. Thankfully, I really enjoy looking at these previous generation GPUs, running them through a few dozen games to see how they’re holding up.

As a quick refresher, Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 1080 Ti was released back in early 2017 for $700 (see our original review), which at the time was considered an enormous amount of money for a gaming graphics card. Oh, how times have changed.

Despite the price tag though, the 1080 Ti still offered gamers impressive value, packing unrivaled performance and a fat 11GB VRAM buffer.

If we take a look at our most recent benchmark data used across our GPU reviews, including the GeForce RTX 3070 Ti, RTX 3080 Ti and Radeon 6600 XT, we see that the GTX 1080 Ti remains a capable gaming graphics card at 1440p, delivering 93 fps on average across the 12 games used for day one reviews.

That’s 6% faster than the Radeon 5700 XT, but 18% slower than the 6700 XT. Then, when compared to current generation of so-called $700 parts, which would include the RTX 3080 and 6800 XT, the 1080 Ti is over 60% slower, but that’s to be expected four years later.

That data was recorded using our Ryzen 9 5950X test system with 32GB of DDR4-3200 CL14 dual-rank, dual-channel memory. For this revisit we’ll be using the same test system, but covering 31 games at 1080p, 1440p and 4K.

This is a follow up from the Radeon RX 5600 XT, 5700 XT and RTX 2060 Super testing that we recently posted.

We’ll be using those GPUs for comparison and while it would have been nice to include a few more relevant parts such as the RTX 2070 Super and RTX 3080, for sake of time efficiency (it takes at least a few days to add a single GPU to this 31 game benchmark), we’re posting these now with more to be added over the coming weeks.

Benchmarks

Let’s now take a look at how these four GPUs compare in a dozen games before we check out the average gaming performance across all 31 tested titles, along with a few head to head comparisons.

We’ll start with Biomutant which tends to favor GeForce GPUs. The game uses Unreal Engine 4 and it appears as though little optimization has been made for Radeons, as a result the 2060 Super and 5700 XT are comparable here and that means at 1440p the GTX 1080 Ti was a massive 28% faster, offering an entirely different tier of performance.

Whereas the 2060 Super and 5700 XT at times dipped below 60 fps, the 1080 Ti was good for well over 60 fps throughout our testing, so a great result for the old GeForce flagship.

In Red Dead Redemption 2, the 5700 XT performed a lot better, matching the GTX 1080 Ti at all resolutions. Using the slightly dialed down ‘high’ settings the 1080 Ti struggled to deliver 60 fps at 1440p, and therefore is better suited to 1080p using these quality settings.

The GTX 1080 Ti was able to flex its muscle in Hitman 2, pumping out 98 fps at 1440p, making it 23% faster than the 5700 XT, and 27% faster than the 2060 Super. Similar margins were also seen at 1080p and 4K.

Resident Evil Village is a 2021 release and here the 5700 XT does get the better of the GTX 1080 Ti, delivering 7-8% greater performance at 1080p and 1440p. That said, the 1080 Ti was still very impressive, rendering over 80 fps at all times when testing at 1440p.

Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order is another Unreal Engine 4 title, though the Radeon GPUs do slightly better when compared to what we saw with Biomutant. Even so the GTX 1080 Ti was 6% faster than the 5700 XT and a massive 21% faster at 1440p.

Days Gone also favors the GTX 1080 Ti and this is yet another Unreal Engine 4 title. Although the 5700 XT and GTX 1080 Ti were comparable at 1080p, the GeForce GPU runs away with it at 1440p, pulling ahead by a 15% margin with over 70 fps at all times in our testing.

Next up we have Cyberpunk 2077, and please note we’ve updated our benchmark pass for this title, moving from a densely NPC populated area. Here these GPUs really struggled at 1440p and certainly weren’t able to deliver a 60 fps experience, for that you’ll need to drop down to 1080p, and please note we’re not using the maxed out graphics either. Interestingly, the GTX 1080 Ti was slower than both the 2060 Super and 5700 XT, losing to the Radeon GPU by a 13% margin.

Moving on to Flight Simulator 2020, we’ve updated all our results for this title after a new patch improved performance across the board. The game’s still not silky smooth on older hardware using the ultra quality preset, but we did see a big 30%+ improvement for all GPUs.

This allowed the 5600 XT to deliver playable performance at 1080p and now the 5700 XT is very smooth with 51 fps. That said, the GTX 1080 Ti was faster averaging 56 fps at 1080p, which is plenty for this simulator.

Shadow of the Tomb Raider is one of the older titles we’re testing with, but it’s still very demanding and looks quite good. The GTX 1080 Ti spat out 90 fps at 1440p, while the 5700 XT was good for 80 fps, making the GeForce GPU 13% faster.

F1 2021 is the newest game in this benchmark, and although it supports ray tracing and enables it by default on GPUs that support it, we’ve gone and disabled it on the RTX 2060 Super as it’s the only RT enabled GPU here and rather than place it at a disadvantage we’ve simply disabled it for an apples to apples comparison.

The 5700 XT was 25% faster than the RTX 2060 Super at 1440p, and despite that huge margin, the GTX 1080 Ti was 6% faster than the 5700 XT. So a strong result for the Pascal GPU.

Unsurprisingly the GTX 1080 Ti powers through Rainbow Six Siege, delivering 193 fps on average at 1440p to match the 5700 XT, it’s even capable of pushing up around 100 fps at 4K.

Finally, let’s take a look at Assassin’s Creed Valhalla which uses the AnvilNext 2.0 game engine and is well optimized for Radeon GPUs. The 5700 XT had no issue brushing aside the 1080 Ti, at least when looking at the 1080p and 1440p results where it was 14% and 11% faster respectively.

31 Game Average Performance

Here’s a look at the average performance seen across the 31 games tested. The GTX 1080 Ti remains 6% faster than the 5700 XT at 1440p, which is the same margin seen in our smaller 12-game sample used for day-one reviews.

That means the GTX 1080 Ti is ~20% faster than the 2060 Super and with 100 fps on average, it’s still a very competent 1440p gamer for the most part.

For those of you interested in how the 5700 XT and GTX 1080 Ti compare head-to-head in the games tested, well here’s a look at just that.

The GeForce GPU is pushed ahead by massive wins in half a dozen of the games tested, those games include Valorant, PUBG, Biomutant, Hitman 2, Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order and Resident Evil 3.

Of those games, four use Unreal Engine 4 which isn’t a surprise, and while it’s possible for Radeon GPUs to perform quite well in UE games — take Borderlands 3 for example — it seems the developer really has to go out of their way to optimize for AMD hardware when using this popular engine, which continues to be a problem for Team Red.

If we look at the games where the 5700 XT does well and manages to beat the GTX 1080 Ti, you won’t find any Unreal Engine 4 titles. Forza Horizon 4 uses the Forzatech engine, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla uses the AnvilNext 2.0, Resident Evil Village the RE Engine, Cyberpunk 2077 REDengine 4, Doom Eternal id Tech 7, and Dota 2 the Source 2 engine.

What We Learned

In late 2021, the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti is hanging in really well. The GPU has aged well partly thanks to its large 11GB frame buffer, and will continue to be able to take advantage of HD texture packs for some time to come.

Talks about Nvidia abandoning older architectures and not optimizing newer games, at least for now that certainly hasn’t been the case with Pascal, as the level of optimization for modern titles looks great.

The only issue with the GTX 1080 Ti today is the same issue faced by all GPUs: price and availability. The average selling price we’ve seen for the 1080 Ti over the past few months is around $600, which is just $100 less than the MSRP 4 years ago.

Basically you’re looking at GeForce RTX 2070 money with the 2070 Super typically selling for around $50 more, though it’s well worth that small premium given you pick up some really cool features such as DLSS.

That being the case, the GTX 1080 Ti makes no sense in 2021 to buy used. It’s certainly miles better for gamers than the 5700 XT which is selling for ~$800, probably because that GPU is better for mining, so if you happen to have one, you will want to sell it and upgrade to a faster gaming card like the 6700 XT.

The GTX 1080 Ti has been an interesting GPU to track over the years, especially on the second hand market. Even during times when the market was flooded with discounted 5700 XT’s and readily available 2070 Super’s, the GTX 1080 Ti held its value well, never dipping below ~$400 at places like eBay.

For now we can only dream of $350 GTX 1080 Ti’s, but if and when the market returns to more normal conditions, you can expect the flagship Pascal GPU to tumble in price on the second hand market.

For now the 6600 XT looks like your best shot at achieving GTX 1080 Ti-like performance, though pricing and availability still looks messy depending on where you live. In the US, you can pick one up on eBay for a little over $600. While in Australia we’ve been able to buy an RX 6600 XT graphics card for around $700 AUD, while GTX 1080 Ti typically sells for well over $800 AUD.

So as much as we disliked the 6600 XT in our day-one review, it’s turning out to be the better available option for those seeking this level of gaming performance.

Shopping Shortcuts:
  • Radeon RX 6600 XT on Amazon
  • GeForce RTX 3060 Ti on Amazon
  • Radeon RX 6800 on Amazon
  • GeForce RTX 3070 Ti on Amazon
  • GeForce RTX 3080 on Amazon
  • AMD Ryzen 9 5950X on Amazon

Overview of the video card Palit GeForce GTX 1080 Ti GameRock Premium Edition

4K resolution is increasingly active is knocking on the door of wealthy gamers and lovers of high-quality pictures. And, if powerful iron is not required to watch video in this format, then you cannot do without a powerful video card to draw images in computer games. Marketers can talk all they want about 4K support for middle-end graphics; in fact, only high-end adapters can handle the maximum settings and 2160p resolution. And today’s guest is one of them.

The chip and power elements do not overheat, but you can literally burn yourself on the heat sink and heat pipes.

Palit GeForce GTX 1080 Ti GameRock Premium Edition with 11 GB of memory and 3584 stream processors is designed for the most demanding gamers. Such a card will be a good alternative to a bunch of SLI of two accelerators.

The reviewed card has more than enough power, but even this monster is not always enough for modern games (take a look at the test diagrams). There will always be under-optimized projects in the industry, as well as developers who create a picture for the future.

Cooling system, lighting and technical features

The massive cooling system of the Palit GeForce GTX 1080 Ti GameRock Premium Edition, which actually occupies three peripheral slots, consists of two propellers, a backlit plastic shroud and a powerful aluminum heatsink with copper heat pipes ( the reverse side of the PCB is protected from mechanical damage by a powerful metal plate).

Bright CO lamps diluted not only for aesthetics, but also for monitoring core life ; different color shades tell about the current temperature of the chip.

A pair of 8-pin connectors are used for additional power. Palit GeForce GTX 1080 Ti GameRock Premium Edition some crawls out of the ATX form factor motherboard. You can’t call a miniature card, but for its power it is moderately compact.

Palit GeForce GTX 1080 Ti GameRock Premium Edition
Number of Stream Processors 3584
Core clock 1708 MHz
Memory frequency 11000 MHz
Memory type and quantity GDDR5X (352-bit)
11 GB
Auxiliary power supply 2×8-pin
Rear connectors 3xDP1.4
Dual-Link DVI
HDMI 2.0b
Max Resolution 7680×[email protected]
DirectX 12
OpenGL 4. 5
Required PSU power 600 W
Dimensions 285x133x58 mm

Important Note: Powering the Palit GeForce GTX 1080 Ti GameRock Premium Edition must be handled responsibly; you will need not only a powerful PSU (minimum 600 W), but also a pair of separate + 12V lines.

For a resolution of 1920×1080 pixels, the reviewed adapter is too good.

Connecting one wire to two 8-pin connectors will almost certainly cause an overload; and this will instantly turn off the PC (protection will work every time). In our case, it was like this: when the load reached its peak (for example, in the 3DMark test and in Total War: Attila in high resolution), the system was automatically cut down .

Palit GeForce GTX 1080 Ti GameRock Premium Edition 9 even on an open bench0006 brings down as if from a steam locomotive. The chip and power elements do not overheat, but you can literally get burned on the radiator and heat pipes. For such an accelerator, you should choose a large case with good ventilation, or think about water cooling of the GPU.

In 2D, the pair of CO propellers does not rotate, but in 3D they are not audible. But the power elements emit a low-frequency sound; it is similar to the clatter of crickets on a summer night (it uses a powerful 12-phase power subsystem). The rustling is perceptible on an open stand, however, in a closed case, these sound vibrations will not be too annoying.

Test Bench:

Processor — Intel Core i7-7700K
Motherboard — ASUS ROG Maximus IX Code
RAM — Kingston HyperX Fury DDR4-2666 8GB
Storage — Intel SSD 600p 512GB Power Supply 90 X7 900W

Performance and Benchmarks

The Palit GeForce GTX 1080 Ti GameRock Premium Edition is the only graphics card that the is capable of pulling the Deus Ex: Mankind Divided in Full HD resolution at max settings. Someone will remember the bad optimization in this project, but we are just stating a fact.

For a resolution of 1920×1080 pixels, the reviewed adapter is too good, it is necessary to choose such a powerful and expensive card for 1440p or 2160p format.

We tested the high-res Palit GeForce GTX 1080 Ti GameRock Premium Edition paired with the Dell UltraSharp U3415W monitor. This is not a 4K display, but the maximum WQHD resolution (3440×1440 pixels) is close to that.

As you can see, not all games have average 100 fps. Big picture with lots of pixels requires incredibly high hardware performance. This means that in the 4K world, even such a monster as the Palit GeForce GTX 1080 Ti GameRock Premium Edition is not formidable and omnipotent.

Conclusion

The right hardware has been created for uncompromising gamers. Palit GeForce GTX 1080 Ti GameRock Premium Edition is designed for those who really care about seeing the most detailed picture in front of them in the form in which it was conceived by the developers.

Palit GeForce GTX 1080 Ti GameRock Premium Edition helps you understand what real-world gaming performance should be; I do not want to settle for anything less after such an experience.

It’s a pity that not every gamer can afford a GeForce GTX 1080 Ti; but hardcore know exactly what they are investing a tidy sum in. Recommended.

Keywords: Palit

Palit GTX 1080 Ti Super JetStream

58 points

Palit GTX 1080 Ti Super JetStream

Palit GTX 1080 Ti Super JetStream

Why is Palit GTX 1080 Ti Super JetStream better than others?

  • GPU clock speed?
    1556MHz vs 1296.01MHz
  • Flop?
    11.97 TFLOPS vs 9.89 TFLOPS
  • Pixel speed?
    147 GPixel/s vs 89.6 GPixel/s
  • Effective memory speed?
    11008MHz vs 10367.76MHz
  • VRAM?
    11GB vs 6. 27GB
  • Texture size?
    374.1 GTexels/s vs 230.23 GTexels/s
  • Maximum memory bandwidth?
    484.4GB/s vs 348.53GB/s
  • Memory bus width?
    352bit vs 252.37bit

Which comparisons are the most popular?

Palit GTX 1080 Ti Super JetStream

vs

MSI GTX 1080 Ti Gaming X

Palit GTX 1080 Ti Super JetStream

vs

Palit GTX 1080 Ti GameRock Premium

Palit GTX 1080 Ti Super JetStream

vs

Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Gaming OC

Palit GTX 1080 TI Super JetStream

VS

NVIDIA GEFORCE GTX 1080 TI

Palit GTX 1080 TI Super JetStream

NVIDIA GEFORCE RTETX 20000 PALITS 108 PALITS 1080003

vs

Nvidia GeForce RTX 2070 Super

Palit GTX 1080 Ti Super JetStream

vs

Asus ROG Strix GeForce GTX 1080 Ti OC

Palit GTX 1080 Ti Super JetStream

vs

Palit GTX 1080 Ti JetStream

Palit GTX 1080 Ti Super JetStream

vs

Nvidia GeForce GTX 1660

Palit GTX 1080 Ti Super JetStream

vs

Nvidia GeForce RTX 3050 Laptop

86

User reviews

Performance

1. GPU clock speed

1556MHz

The graphics processing unit (GPU) has a higher clock speed.

2.turbo GPU

1670MHz

When the GPU is running below its limits, it can jump to a higher clock speed to increase performance.

3.pixel rate

147 GPixel/s

The number of pixels that can be displayed on the screen every second.

4.flops

11.97 TFLOPS

FLOPS is a measurement of GPU processing power.

5.texture size

374.1 GTexels/s

Number of textured pixels that can be displayed on the screen every second.

6.GPU memory speed

1376MHz

Memory speed is one aspect that determines memory bandwidth.

7.shading patterns

Shading units (or stream processors) are small processors in a video card that are responsible for processing various aspects of an image.

8.textured units (TMUs)

TMUs take textured units and map them to the geometric layout of the 3D scene. More TMUs generally means texture information is processed faster.

9 ROPs

The ROPs are responsible for some of the final steps of the rendering process, such as writing the final pixel data to memory and for performing other tasks such as anti-aliasing to improve the appearance of graphics.

Memory

1.memory effective speed

11008MHz

The effective memory clock frequency is calculated from the size and data transfer rate of the memory. A higher clock speed can give better performance in games and other applications.

2.max memory bandwidth

484.4GB/s

This is the maximum rate at which data can be read from or stored in memory.

3.VRAM

VRAM (video RAM) is the dedicated memory of the graphics card. More VRAM usually allows you to run games at higher settings, especially for things like texture resolution.

4.memory bus width

352bit

Wider memory bus means it can carry more data per cycle. This is an important factor in memory performance, and therefore the overall performance of the graphics card.

5.version GDDR memory

Unknown. Help us offer a price.

Later versions of GDDR memory offer improvements such as higher data transfer rates, which improve performance.

6. Supports memory error recovery code

✖Palit GTX 1080 Ti Super JetStream

Memory error recovery code can detect and repair data corruption. It is used when necessary to avoid distortion, such as in scientific computing or when starting a server.

Features

DirectX 9 Version 10003

DirectX is being used in games with a new version that supports better graphics.

OpenGL version 2.

The newer version of OpenGL, the better graphics quality in games.

OpenCL version 3.

Some applications use OpenCL to use the power of the graphics processing unit (GPU) for non-graphical computing. Newer versions are more functional and better quality.

4.Supports multi-monitor technology

✔Palit GTX 1080 Ti Super JetStream

The video card has the ability to connect multiple screens. This allows you to set up multiple monitors at the same time to create a more immersive gaming experience, such as a wider field of view.

5.GPU temperature at boot

Lower boot temperature means the card generates less heat and the cooling system works better.

6.supports ray tracing

✔Palit GTX 1080 Ti Super JetStream

Ray tracing is an advanced light rendering technique that provides more realistic lighting, shadows and reflections in games.

7. Supports 3D

✔Palit GTX 1080 Ti Super JetStream

Allows you to view in 3D (if you have a 3D screen and glasses).

8.supports DLSS

✖Palit GTX 1080 Ti Super JetStream

DLSS (Deep Learning Super Sampling) is an AI based scaling technology. This allows the graphics card to render games at lower resolutions and upscale them to higher resolutions with near-native visual quality and improved performance. DLSS is only available in some games.

9. PassMark result (G3D)

This test measures the graphics performance of a graphics card. Source: Pass Mark.

Ports

1.has HDMI output

✔Palit GTX 1080 Ti Super JetStream

Devices with HDMI or mini HDMI ports can stream HD video and audio to a connected display.

2.HDMI connectors

More HDMI connectors allow you to connect multiple devices at the same time, such as game consoles and TVs.

HDMI 3.Version

HDMI 2.0

Newer versions of HDMI support higher bandwidth for higher resolutions and frame rates.

4. DisplayPort outputs

Allows connection to a display using DisplayPort.

5. DVI outputs

Allows connection to a display using DVI.

Mini DisplayPort 6 outputs

Allows connection to a display using mini DisplayPort.

Price match

Cancel

Which graphics cards are better?

Review, reviews, temperatures and mining

In this review, we will look at the Palit GeForce GTX 1080 Ti GameRock Premium video card from Nvidia.

The card is equipped with 2×8 Pin power connectors and consumes from 250 watts to 290 watts depending on the miner, overclocking and algorithm.

With optimal overclocking through MSI Afterburner, the card produces approximately 71 Sol/s on Zhash, 31 Sol/s on Equihash 192/7, 35. 6 Mh/s on Ethash and 55 Mh/s on Ethash with a tablet.

Specifications
Specifications Palit GeForce GTX 1080 Ti GameRock Premium
Video memory GDDR5X 11GB
Processor frequency Overclocking frequency: 1708 MHz
Power consumption 250 watts, at full overclock 290 watts
Memory frequency 11100 MHz
Power Connectors 2x-8Pin
Length 30 cm
Noise 42 dB
Weight 1331 gr.

How much you can earn

Palit GeForce GTX 1080 Ti GameRock Premium best mines the following algorithms: Zhash, Ethash (with pill), Equihash292. 7, Equihash (210.9).

Algorithms that bring a little less profit per day are next, but they can also be considered for mining on this map. These are NeoScrypt, CryptoNightV7, X16R, X16S, TimeTravel10, PHI2.

And finally, algorithms whose mining is not profitable at all (by mining them, you will not make a profit, but will go into the red) or, at best, you will be able to pay for the electricity spent. These are Equihash, Tribus, CryptoNight and many others.

Note that on profitable algorithms there are coins that are unprofitable to mine on this video card. This is due to their course, complexity and other factors. At the same time, it also happens vice versa, when the coins of less profitable algorithms bring more than the coins of profitable algorithms.

We also add that if you want to receive coins of unprofitable algorithms, then you can resort to the “pseudo mining” technique. In this case, you must mine any profitable coin of a profitable algorithm and sell it on a cryptocurrency exchange in exchange for the coin of an unprofitable algorithm you need.

In order not to be unfounded, let’s give specific examples. All tests were completed on 09/30/2018, that is, the difficulties and prices for the given coins are relevant as of 09/30/2018.

Let’s start with the most profitable algorithms, for example, Zhash, the Zelcash coin. Per day from 1 video card goes:

  • Total coins — 21.7 Zel.
  • Dollar amount equivalent to mined coins — 0.82 $

Below is an example of mining Zhash, Zelcash coins:

Next, for comparison, consider 1 more profitable algorithm, for example, Equihash 192.7, Zero coin. Per day from 1 video card goes:

  • Total coins — 4.8 ZER.
  • Dollar equivalent of mined coins — 0.85 $

Below is an example of mining the Equihash292.7 algorithm of the Zero coin:

As you can see, the profit per day is almost the same. Today they can bring more coins of the Zhash algorithm, and tomorrow Equihash 192. 7. This is due to the fact that miners temporarily leave these algorithms or the rate of any of these coins grows.

Therefore, what coin and algorithm to mine is up to you!

Here is an example of Ethereum mining with a tablet. Per day from 1 video card goes:

  • Total coins — 0.0042 ETH.
  • USD equivalent of mined coins – 0.99 $

Example without tablet:

  • Total coins — 0.0027 ETH.
  • Dollar equivalent of mined coins – 0.63 $

The difference is noticeable: Ethereum mining is simply not profitable without a tablet.

However, we note that the tablet «OhGodAnETHlargementPill», which reveals the full power of GDDR5X, which is used for mining Ethash algorithms, can kill your card faster, as it loads more and increases the temperature of the video card.

Next, consider less profitable algorithms, for example, NeoScrypt, a Trezarcoin coin. Per day from 1 video card goes:

  • Total coins — 111 TZC.
  • Dollar amount equivalent to mined coins – 0.56 $

And immediately for comparison, another less profitable PHI2 algorithm, the Lux coin. Per day from 1 video card goes:

  • Total coins — 0.4 LUX.
  • Dollar amount equivalent to mined coins — 0.57 $

As you can see, there is almost no difference between these algorithms. However, the situation with them is the same as with profitable algorithms: one algorithm may be profitable today, and another tomorrow.

As for unprofitable algorithms, everything is clear there. This is, at best, mining for a socket, at worst — in a minus.

However, as we wrote above, you can resort to the “pseudo mining” technique and in this way get coins of an unprofitable algorithm. The same method can be applied to coins of a less profitable algorithm. In this case, you will receive a little more than if you mine them directly. But for this, you must sell the mined on the exchange as often as possible in exchange for the coins you need of unprofitable or less profitable algorithms. Since the profitable coin that you mined may fall in the course.

Mining performance

Hashrate
Algorithm MH/s (stock/overclock)
Zhash 58/71 (Sol/s)
Equihash 192/7 30/35.2 (Mh/s)
Ethash 28/35.4 (MH/s)
Ethash (with tablet) 55 (MH/s)
NeoScrypt 1300/1510 (Kh/s)
CryptoNightV7 750/960(H/s)
PHI2 5. 3/6.1(MH/s)
Lyra2REv2 63100.0/64000.0 (Kh/s)
PHI1612 31.2/33(MH/s)
TimeTravel10 27/29.9(Mh/s)
Xevan 4.8/5.6(MH/s)
X16R 13/15.4
Lyra2Z 2.8/3.4
C11 19/23.6 (Mh/s)
X16S 14/16.5 (Mh/s)
HMQ1725 6. 1/7.4 (Mh/s)

Memory and overclocking

The video card is equipped with 11 gigabytes of GDDR5X graphics memory. Most often supplied — «Micron», less often «Elpida».

Core:

Core clock ~ + 150 for perfect operation without crash.

From memory:

Memory clock ~ +500 is an ideal overclocking indicator, at which the card works stably (does not issue rejections), and the system does not reboot (does not crash)

Note that you can overclock the card even more. The settings given by us are presented as an example of stable operation.

Thus we get:

  • Zhash ~ 68 Sol/s
  • Equihash 192/7 ~ 33.2 Mh/s

In case you overclock the card even more, we advise you to monitor the farm during the day (and add +10 to the overclock scale) — as the frequencies may drop due to too much overclocking.

Power consumption and downvolting

The Palit GeForce GTX 1080 Ti GameRock Premium video card is equipped with 2×8 Pin power connectors and consumes from 250 watts to 290 watts depending on overclocking, miner and algorithm, where 75 watts go through the riser (or PCI-e in the motherboard). board), and the remaining 175 watts or 215 watts go through the PCI wires from the power supply.

For a rig of 6 Palit 1080 Ti GameRock Premium video cards and a connected power system, 1 unit of 2000 watts or 2 power supplies of 1000-1050 watts will do.

You can find out how to power a farm with 2 power supplies on our website.

Also on our website you can choose a great block for mining: the corresponding section contains detailed articles about different power supplies: their configuration, efficiency, drawdowns, ripple, analysis and much more.

If you need downvolting, then you can reduce the power consumption of the video card by 40-45 watts with almost no loss in hashrate. Thus, you will lose only 4-5 Sol / s on Zhash and at the same time you will power a farm of 6 video cards equal to a farm of 5 video cards in terms of power consumption.

Which coins can be mined?

As we wrote earlier, it is most profitable to mine coins of Ethash, Equihash292. 7 and ZHash (Equihash244-5), Equihash(210.9) algorithms.

Next are algorithms that will bring a little less profit per day, but still the coins of these algorithms can still be considered for mining — these are NeoScrypt, PHI1612, TimeTravel10, X16R, PHI2.

Below are the coins that are profitable for mining on this video card.

Mined coins
Algorithms Coins
Equihash 144.5 BitcoinZ, BitcoinGold, LitecoinZ, Zelcash, Safecoin, SnowGem
Equihash 192.7 ZERO (ZERO)
Equihash 210.9 Aion (AION)
NeoScrypt Crowdcoin, Dinero, Feathercoin, GoByte, Halcyon, Innova, Vivo, Trezarcoin, Orbitcoin, Phoenixcoin, 01 Coin, Agena, Airin, Akencash, Banq, Cerberus, CharmCoin, Coin2Fly, CoreZ, Desire, GoaCoin, HashRental, IQ Cash, Ignition , Kicker Romm, LuckyBit, Masterbit, Momo Cash, NyxCoin, Onex Cash, Qbic, Qyno, Rapture, Sigil, SimpleBank, Sparks, SunCoin, SuperLumic, Uniform Fiscal Object, ZCore, Zixx
CryptoNightV7 Monero, BBSCoin, Citadel, DigitalNote, Elya, Graft, IntenseCoin, Parsicoin, NXB, MoneroV, Lethean, Kepl, Quantum R L, Superior Coin, Wownero
Ethash Ethereum, Ethereum Classic, Ellaism, Metaverse, Expanse, Krypton, Ubiq, Soilcoin, Shift, Pirl, Musicoin, Akroma, Callisto, DubaiCoin, Nilu, MIX, Goldiam, MOAC, Ether1, EtherSocial, WhaleCoin
TimeTravel10 Bitcore
Lyra2REv2 Monacoin, Galactrum, Rupee, Straks, Vertcoin, Verge, Absolute, Exvo, HanaCoin, Kreds, MTI Coin, WeyCoin
X16R Ravencoin, Motion, GPUnion, Gravium, Help The Homeless, Hilux, MoonDEX, XChange, Stone Coin, Sovereign, Proton Coin, OPL Coin, xGalaxy
X16S Pigeoncoin

You can download miners for these algorithms on our website.

You can also download already fully configured and ready-made Bat files of all these and other coins on our website.

Comparison with the analog line of video cards

Video cards of the 1080 TI series noticeably differ from each other in such parameters as the cooling system, build quality, and price.

Let’s start with the most important thing — the cooling system. In Palit 1080 Ti GameRock Premium, the cooling system is not bad, but not the best either. For example, Asus Strix cools the video card much better, but MSI Armor is noticeably hotter than GameRock Premium.

As for the build quality, Palit has a very good one. It can be called one of the best, as all parts are made of high quality materials. For example, the casing is made of higher quality plastic than the same Asus Strix. And in general, the build quality is much better than that of Inno3D and MSI.

In terms of price, Palit is not the most expensive video card, its price is close to low.

The difference between Palit 1080 Ti GameRock Premium and Palit 1080 TI JetStream

The difference between these cards is not very big, but it is there. As for the build quality, both there and there it is excellent.

But as for the cooling system, JetStream has it a little better: the card is a couple of degrees colder.

In mining, the cards show exactly the same results.

Which drivers to use

Driver 411.70 or newer is suitable for stable operation.

You can download any latest driver from the manufacturer’s official website

https://www.nvidia.com/Download/index.aspx?lang=en-us

Temperatures and internals

  • Length — 30 cm.
  • Noise ~ 42 dB
  • Weight — 1331 gr.

As usual, let’s traditionally start the analysis of the video card with the coolers. The card is equipped with 2 large coolers that cover most of the graphics card.

According to the manufacturer, the fans actively protect the graphics card from dust. However, for 2-3 months of active work in mining, the card is covered with dust. It interferes with the normal operation of coolers, which can lead to faster failure of the fans.

Therefore, the Bytwork team recommends turning off the farm once every 2-3 months and completely blowing out the video cards. This procedure will help not only to serve the coolers longer, but also cool the video card quite a bit.

Note that at 100% cooler operation, the card is quite noisy. Its hum equals that of the Asus Strix.

Let’s start the analysis of the video card. A backplate is installed on the back of the video card, which reliably protects the card from damage. It has good ventilation holes, which indicates its airflow. In place of the GPU — a cutout (there is no backplate).

The back of the PCB looks very good. A thermal pad is glued to it, which additionally cools the VRM area.

Having removed the screws, we divide the video card into 2 parts: the printed circuit board and the internal cooling system (we will start with it).

The internal cooling system consists of a massive, thick radiator grill that runs through the entire graphics card. A nickel-plated plate with thermal paste is attached to the grille, which is closely adjacent to the GPU.

Thermal pads are also glued to the grille, which serve to additionally cool the memory and VRM. VRM has an additional heatsink, to which thermal pads are glued.

Thermal pipes run through the entire radiator grill, which serve to remove heat from the video card.

Let’s move on to part 2 of the video card — the printed circuit board. She looks very good.

As you can see, there are thermal pads attached to the memory and other parts, which did not come off after parsing and splitting the card into 2 parts.

The thermal paste applied to the GPU is not of very high quality, as a result of which it spreads a little.

Nvidia GP102 GPU based on Pascal architecture with 16nm process at TSMC.

As we mentioned above, most often Palit GameRock comes with Micron memory. This card is no exception. This is Micron 6ZA77 — D9VRL.

The photo below shows the VRM area.

OnSemi NCP81274 voltage controller.

The temperature of the GPU at maximum load is kept at about 72 degrees.

Let’s move on to thermal images.

Thermal imager

Measuring point Celsius)
M1 71.9
M2 73.8
M3 58
M4 57.8
M5 53.7
M6 54. 3
M7 44.5
M8 29.4

M1 — back panel temperature in the GPU area. It is worth noting that this part did not interfere with the temperature measurement by the thermal imager, and the results are 100% reliable (there is a cutout in the back of the card for the GPU area), unlike the others, since the backplate slightly distorted the temperatures there.

M2 and M4 — rear panel VRM temperature.

Measuring point Celsius)
M1 68
M2 51
M3 50. 7
M4 49.1

Mounting the camera on top, we can see that in general the coolers do not do their job very well. We can see the residual heat at the top of the video card. Warm air does not come out of the map all.

M1 — VRM area

Measuring point Celsius)
M1 66.2
M2 48.8
M3 26.2
M4 26.4
M5 32.4
M6 34
M7 55. 6

By positioning the chamber on the side, we confirm that the residual heat does not escape completely from the card.

Conclusion

The Palit 1080 Ti GameRock Premium video card turned out to be quite good in general. It has excellent build quality, but a completely average cooling system.

Cards in a dense rig of 6 video cards will heat up against each other and their temperature can reach 76-78 degrees, which is not very good.

We do not recommend setting the cooler to 100%, as they will break faster in this case, when the farm is running 24/7.

Better set them around 69% and use an additional cooling system such as a fan to dissipate residual heat.

Based on the above, the Bytwork team recommends using the Palit GeForce GTX 1080 Ti GameRock Premium graphics card in mining

Pros

  • Build Quality
  • Mining
  • price

Cons

  • None

Medium

  • Cooling system
Total total score
Assembly 10
Cooling 7. 5
Price 9
Mining 9
Total 8.8

See our coin database in Russian!

Palit Geforce GTX 1080 Ti Founders Edition

Top specifications and features

  • Passmark score
  • 3DMark Cloud Gate GPU benchmark score
  • 3DMark Ice Storm GPU benchmark score
  • 3DMark 11 Performance GPU benchmark score
  • 3DMark Fire Strike Graphics test score

Passmark

Palit Geforce GTX 1080 Ti Founders Edition test score:
17693
Best score:
29325

Capacity

Palit Geforce GTX 1080 Ti Founders Edition:
2150
Best score:

Memory

Palit Geforce GTX 1080 Ti Founders Edition:
1011
Best score:

General Information

Palit Geforce GTX 1080 Ti Founders Edition:
100
Best score:

Features of

Palit Geforce GTX 1080 Ti Founders Edition:
160
Best score:

Description

Palit Geforce GTX 1080 Ti Founders Edition video card based on Pascal architecture has 12,000 million transistors, tech. process 16 nm. The frequency of the graphics core is 1480 MHz. In terms of memory, 11 GB is installed here. DDR5, clocked at 1376MHz and with a maximum throughput of 484Gb/s. The texture size is 332 GTexels/s. FLOPS is 10.1.

In tests, the video card Palit Geforce GTX 1080 Ti Founders Edition showed itself as follows — according to the Passmark benchmark, the model scored 17693 points. At the same time, the maximum number of points for today is 260261 points. According to the 3DMark benchmark, the video card scored 27013 points out of 49575 possible.
Directx version — 12. OpenGL version — 4.5. Regarding cooling, the heat dissipation requirements here are 220 watts.
In our tests, the video card scores 2

points.

Why Palit Geforce GTX 1080 Ti Founders Edition is better than others

  • Passmark test score 17693 . This parameter is higher than that of 52%
  • 3DMark Cloud Gate GPU test score 139640 . This parameter is higher than that of 28%
  • 3DMark Ice Storm GPU 386800 benchmark score. This parameter is higher than that of 11%
  • 3DMark 11 Performance GPU score 36919 . This parameter is higher than that of 31%
  • 3DMark Fire Strike Graphics test score 27013 . This parameter is higher than that of 43%
  • 3DMark Fire Strike Score 19224 . This parameter is higher than that of 25%
  • GPU base clock 1480 MHz. This parameter is higher than that of 76%
  • RAM 11 GB. This parameter is higher than that of 71%

No flaws

Palit Geforce GTX 1080 Ti Founders Edition Review

Performance

Memory

general information

Functions

Ports

Tests in benchmarks

Palit Geforce GTX 1080 Ti Founders Edition Review Highlights


GPU base clock

The graphics processing unit (GPU) has a high clock speed.

1480MHz

max 2457

Average: 938 MHz

2457MHz


GPU memory frequency

This is an important aspect calculating memory bandwidth

1376MHz

max 16000

Average: 1326. 6 MHz

16000MHz


FLOPS

A measure of the processing power of a processor is called FLOPS.

10.1TFLOPS

max 1142.32

Average: 92.5 TFLOPS

1142.32TFLOPS


Turbo GPU

If the speed of the GPU drops below its limit, it can switch to a high clock speed to improve performance.
Show all

1582MHz

max 2903

Average: 1375.8 MHz

2903MHz


Texture size

A certain number of textured pixels are displayed on the screen every second.
Show all

332 GTexels/s

max 756.8

Average: 145. 4 GTexels/s

756.8 GTexels/s


Architecture name

Pascal


GPU Name

GP102


Shared memory

No


Memory bandwidth

This is the rate at which the device stores or reads information.

484GB/s

max 2656

Average: 198.3 GB/s

2656GB/s


Effective memory speed

The effective memory clock speed is calculated from the size and information transfer rate of the memory. The performance of the device in applications depends on the clock frequency. The higher it is, the better.
Show all

11010 MHz

max 19500

Average: 6984.5 MHz

19500MHz


RAM

11GB

max 128

Average: 4. 6 GB

128GB


GDDR Memory Versions

Latest GDDR memory versions provide high data transfer rates to improve overall performance
Show in full

5

Average: 4.5

6


Memory bus width

A wide memory bus indicates that it can transfer more information in one cycle. This property affects the performance of the memory as well as the overall performance of the device’s graphics card.
Show all

352bit

max 8192

Average: 290.1bit

8192bit


Thermal Dissipation (TDP)

Heat dissipation requirement (TDP) is the maximum amount of energy that can be dissipated by the cooling system. The lower the TDP, the less power will be consumed.
Show all

220W

Average: 140.4W

2W


Process technology

The small size of the semiconductor means it is a new generation chip.

16 nm

Average: 47.5 nm

4 nm


Number of transistors

12000 million

max 80000

Average: 5043 million

80000 million


PCIe version

Considerable speed is provided for the expansion card used to connect the computer to peripherals. The updated versions have impressive throughput and provide high performance.
Show all

3

Mean: 2.8

5


Width

267mm

max 421. 7

Average: 242.6mm

421.7 mm


Height

112mm

max 180

Average: 119.1mm

180 mm


DirectX

Used in demanding games, providing enhanced graphics

12

max 12.2

Average: 11.1

12.2


OpenCL version

Used by some applications to enable GPU power for non-graphical calculations. The newer the version, the more functional it will be
Show all

1.2

max 4.6

Average: 1.7

4.6


opengl version

Later versions provide better game graphics

4. 5

max 4.6

Average: 4

4.6


Shader model version

6.4

max 6.6

Average: 5.5

6.6


Version Vulkan

1.2


CUDA Version

Yes


Has HDMI output

HDMI output allows you to connect devices with HDMI or mini HDMI ports. They can transmit video and audio to the display.
Show all

Yes


HDMI version

The latest version provides a wide signal transmission channel due to the increased number of audio channels, frames per second, etc.
Show all

2

max 2.1

Average: 2

2.1


DisplayPort

Allows you to connect to a display using DisplayPort

3

Average: 2

4


DVI outputs

Allows connection to a display using DVI

one

Mean: 1. 4

3


Number of HDMI connectors

The more there are, the more devices can be connected at the same time (for example, game/TV type consoles)
Show all

one

Average: 1.1

3


HDMI

Yes


Passmark test score

17693

max 29325

Average: 7628.6

29325


3DMark Cloud Gate test score GPU

139640

max 1

Average: 80042.3

1


3DMark Fire Strike Score

19224

max 38276

Average: 12463

38276


3DMark Fire Strike Graphics test score

27013

max 49575

Average: 11859. 1

49575


3DMark 11 Performance GPU score

36919

max 57937

Average: 18799.9

57937


3DMark Ice Storm GPU score

386800

max 533357

Average: 372425.7

533357


SPECviewperf 12 test score — Solidworks

67

max 202

Average: 62.4

202


SPECviewperf 12 test score — specvp12 sw-03

67

max 202

Average: 64

202


SPECviewperf 12 test evaluation — Siemens NX

ten

max 212

Average: 14

212


SPECviewperf 12 test score — specvp12 showcase-01

146

max 232

Average: 121. 3

232


SPECviewperf 12 test score — Showcase

146

max 175

Average: 108.4

175


SPECviewperf 12 test score — Medical

57

max 107

Average: 39.6

107


SPECviewperf 12 test score — specvp12 mediacal-01

57

max 107

Average: 39

107


SPECviewperf 12 test score — Maya

172

max 177

Average: 129.8

177


SPECviewperf 12 test score — specvp12 maya-04

172

max 180

Average: 132. 8

180


SPECviewperf 12 test score — Creo

59

max 153

Average: 49.5

153


SPECviewperf 12 test score — specvp12 creo-01

59

max 153

Average: 52.5

153


SPECviewperf 12 test score — specvp12 catia-04

103

max 189

Average: 91.5

189


SPECviewperf 12 test score — Catia

103

max 189

Average: 88.6

189


SPECviewperf 12 test score — specvp12 3dsmax-05

145

max 316

Average: 189. 5

316


SPECviewperf 12 test score — 3ds Max

141

max 269

Average: 169.8

269

FAQ

How much RAM does Palit Geforce GTX 1080 Ti Founders Edition have

Palit Geforce GTX 1080 Ti Founders Edition has 11 GB.

What version of RAM does Palit Geforce GTX 1080 Ti Founders Edition 9 have?2013

Palit Geforce GTX 1080 Ti Founders Edition supports GDDR5.

What is the architecture of the video card Palit Geforce GTX 1080 Ti Founders Edition

Pascal.

How many watts does Palit Geforce GTX 1080 Ti Founders Edition consume

220 watts.

How the Palit Geforce GTX 1080 Ti Founders Edition performs in the benchmarks

The card scored 17693 points in the Passmark benchmark.

FLOPS of Palit Geforce GTX 1080 Ti Founders Edition

10.1 TFLOPs.

What version of PCIe does it support?

PCIe version 3.

Which DirectX version does Palit Geforce GTX 1080 Ti Founders Edition support

DirectX 12.

How many HDMI ports does Palit Geforce GTX 1080 Ti Founders Edition have

1 HDMI ports.

Does Palit Geforce GTX 1080 Ti Founders Edition support DVI

1 DVI ports.

How many display Ports does Palit Geforce GTX 1080 Ti Founders Edition 9 have2013

3 DisplayPort.

Does Palit Geforce GTX 1080 Ti Founders Edition support CUDA?

Yes.

leave your feedback

Tests of video cards and games, reviews, news from the world of games and IT technologies.

  • Integrated circuit manufacturing in South…

    Integrated circuit production in South Korea declined for the first time in many years

  • ASUS DIY-APE Revolution project is…

    The ASUS DIY-APE Revolution project is an attempt to improve PC cable management.


  • AMD Processor Roadmap Leaked…

    AMD Desktop Processor Roadmap Leak Confirms Ryzen 7000 X3D Series

  • GeForce RTX 4090 at 60%…

    GeForce RTX 4090 is 60% faster than RTX 3090 Ti in Geekbench CUDA test

  • Gigabyte Introduces GeForce RTX Graphics Card…

    Gigabyte Introduces GeForce RTX 4090 Aorus Waterforce Graphics Card With 360mm AIO Cooler

  • MicroCenter offers a free memory kit…

    MicroCenter Offers Free 32GB DDR5 Memory Kit with AMD Ryzen 7/9 7000 Processors

  • Intel Arc custom graphics cards unveiled…

    Intel Arc A770 and A750 custom graphics cards introduced

  • Intel Arc A770 GPUs…

    Intel Arc A770 and A750 Desktop GPUs Enter Testing

  • NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 Performance…

    NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 performance showcased in Digital Foundry’s first look at DLSS 3 technology

Posted by svl, . Posted in Test Video Cards

Well, we have good news for you — now our resource is available on the channel in Telegram! The channel will contain not only materials and links to our resource, but also announcements of future equipment, tests and games.

Posted by svl, . Posted in Test Video Cards

Today, at GTC 22, NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang hosted a special GeForce Beyond stream…

Posted by svl, . Published in Action / FPS / TPS

Destroy All Humans! 2 — Reprobed is a remake of the classic version of the action game, where users are presented with new interesting features along with other gameplay improvements.

Posted by svl, . Published in Action / FPS / TPS

Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered is an updated and remastered edition of the game that contains global innovations in the form of improved graphics and visuals.

Posted by svl, . Posted in RPG/RPG

Stray is an unusual adventure quest game with puzzle elements. In the center of the plot is a simple cat that lives in a future world inhabited by androids.

Posted by svl, . Published in Action / FPS / TPS

Tactical Task Force 141 is once again sent on a special mission to resolve a global conflict. They will need to eliminate enemy bases, successfully conduct reconnaissance and go on top secret missions..

Posted by svl, . Posted in RPG/RPG

The story takes place in a parallel world, ours, during the Great French Revolution. However, unlike the standard story, the miter had already overtaken our technology at this time, and real intelligent robots appeared.

Posted by svl, .