NVIDIA has expelled their initial consumer class graphics label formed on their new Volta architecture, a Titan V. Priced during $2999, it is a label that is meant to be used essentially for AI and systematic make-believe processing. Although this GPU is not meant for gaming, it still runs many complicated titles significantly improved than a 1080 Ti. We’ve now perceived a initial benchmarks that have been common by a Redditor.
Keep in mind that these benchmarks aren’t central though it showcases a Titan V tested with Ashes of a Singularity, Gears of War 4 and UNIGINE’s Superposition benchmark tool. As can be approaching of a many absolute GPU in a universe right now, it runs these games utterly well running Gears of War4 on Ultra settings during 1440p and handling an normal of 158fps. At identical settings, it pushed 88 fps in Ashes of a Singularity.
It should be sparkling to see what NVIDIA’s subsequent high-end label dedicated for gaming will be like given a Titan V itself performs so well. You can check out next screenshots of a benchmark formula as good as a aforementioned graph.