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I upgraded from a 980 ti to 1080 ti early this month. I ran some benchmarks before and after the upgrade. I mainly focused on 3440x1440 though I included 1440p for some of the benchmarks.

The 980 ti benchmarks were ran using driver 378.92. The 1080 ti was under driver 381.65. All tests were ran before the recent windows 10 creators update. All benchmarks were ran using the same settings on both cards. All benchmarks are ran using built in benchmarks.

For settings I marked if I used a preset. If no preset was available I instead screen shot the settings used from Geforce Experience.

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I wanted to run benchmarks for Wildlands but was not able to install the game until I had the 1080 ti installed in my system.

I excluded min/max fps to keep my graph easy to read. I also don't find min/max fps to be that useful since most min/max fps happens during loading between scenes.

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In GTA:V I was being cpu limited at the settings tested which is why the fps increase wasn't as large as expected. Civ 5 also seemed to suffer from this.

All tests were done at stock hardware settings. No manual OC's.
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Nvidia has been making significant on advances on their G100/102 cores with each generation. Nearly double the frame rates going from Maxwell to Pascal is pretty amazing.



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Nvidia has been making significant on advances on their G100/102 cores with each generation. Nearly double the frame rates going from Maxwell to Pascal is pretty amazing.

It's some nice gains without a doubt. Has also made a nice difference in newer games where my 980 ti was starting to feel old at 3440x1440.
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So DX12 performance is worse than DX11! Good! It should be so. Lucky me, Windows 7 user.biggrin.gif Thank's for the info! I own GTX980 Ti.

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Nvidia has been making significant on advances on their G100/102 cores with each generation. Nearly double the frame rates going from Maxwell to Pascal is pretty amazing.

Nearly double? Huh? R U looking at the same data?
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The GTA V benchmark was disappointing. I was hoping for > 50% increase in FPS.

I wonder what the problem with Civ 6 is? Is it somehow CPU limited? Or is it a DX9 title?
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The GTA V benchmark was disappointing. I was hoping for > 50% increase in FPS.

I wonder what the problem with Civ 6 is? Is it somehow CPU limited? Or is it a DX9 title?

With GTA:V I averaged out the 5 parts of the benchmark. Depending on the scene you'd likely see much better improvements.

Yeah looks like civ 6 is being limited elsewhere. I ran Civ 6 in both dx 11 and dx 12.
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Good round up, what were the clock speeds for each GPU if you have them available?

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