The graphics card’s hefty factory overclock allows it to easily pull away from the reference model and even beat NVIDIA’s flagship GPU by a noticeable margin.
When the resolution is increased to 2560×1440, a similar pattern occurs and the performance numbers are just as impressive.
During 4K benching, the GPU attained the first Graphics score above 4000 on record, and showcases its marvellous performance at any resolution.
On a similar note, the Inno3D GeForce GTX 980Ti X3 Ultra DHS almost managed to maintain a minimum frame-rate of 30. Furthermore, the average result is magnificent and a major step up from the Titan X.
At 1440P, the gains are reduced slightly, but this doesn’t detract from the superb performance.
Once the benchmark was set to a 4K resolution, the GPU managed to fend off its rivals remarkably well. This is somewhat surprising given the Titan X’s 12GB frame buffer, and strong showing we come to expect from the Fury X at higher resolutions.
In terms of compute performance, the Inno3D GeForce GTX 980Ti X3 Ultra DHS almost achieved a boost of 1000 compared to the reference model. This is remarkable and exemplifies the improvements relating to the enhanced factory-overclocked specification.