NVIDIA’s next-generation GPU Pascal is just around the corner – the company is paper-launching the GeForce GTX 1080 and GTX 1070 at the Editors’ Day as we reported the other day. The Videocardz website has actually grabbed the flagship model, and shared first benchmarks of GTX 1080.
One of the highlights is 8GB ram on the GTX 1080, and the GDDR5X modules are clocked at 2500MHz. According to them, the effective clock is up to 10000MHz, which means the bandwidth should be around 320GB/s (if it’s 256-bit wide). With base clock of around 1.6GHz, the GTX 1080 can boost up to 1.8GHz.
With 3DMark 11 P mode, the GTX 1080 scores 27683 points, which is higher than the overclocked GM200 cards. It scores 10102 with 3DMark Fire Strike with core clock of 1860MHz, while the overclocked GTX 980 Ti scores around 8700.