The NVIDIA GTX 980 Ti, Titan X, and the AMD Radeon R9 390X are probably three of the most highly anticipated high-end GPUs currently. While we do know quite a bit about each of these GPUs, exact performance estimates have not been available yet due to lack of any preliminary benchmarks. That changes today as a number of benchmarks have leaked courtesy of Chiphell, showing us what each card is capable of.
The benchmarks leaked include – Games Performance at 3840 x 2160 (4K) resolution, Games Performance at 2560 x 1600 resolution, 3DMark Fire Strike Extreme Graphics Score, and finally a chart that shows power consumption of each card in watts.
In the Games Performance (3840 x 2160) test, the AMD Radeon R9 390X takes the lead, with NVIDIA’s Titan X following it behind very closely. The GTX 980 Ti falls behind slightly, although it does manage to score well above the GTX 980 4GB.
Things don’t change much in the second test (2560 x 1600 resolution), as the AMD Radeon R9 390X emerges as the fastest card in this test as well. And that’s pretty much the same story with 3DMark Fire Strike Extreme benchmark as well.
Looking at the power consumption chart, the AMD R9 390X is seen consuming around the same power as the R9 290X. NVIDIA’s Titan X GPU is also found to be similar to its predecessor when it comes to power consumption.