Even though the GPU has a lower core clock than the Inno3D 980Ti Ultra DHS, it manages to attain a higher score. As you can see, the results here are brilliant and exemplifies the sort of performance on offer during synthetic testing.
Once the resolution is set to 2560×1440, the GPU follows a similar pattern and isn’t too far off the best scores we’ve encountered.
The field is incredibly close during 4K benchmarking, and it’s evidently clear that the graphics card has sensational stock performance brought about by a hefty boost clock.
Here we can see the graphics card reports the best minimum frame-rate on record and remains with 1 frame of the top result. There’s nothing to choose from between the three custom 980Ti cards, which showcases the strong performance on this particular chip.
In a similar fashion, the GPU once again records the best minimum frame-rate and obtains an impressive average of 61 frames-per-second. Notice the fairly significant gap to the reference GTX Titan X.
The graphical demands on a 4K display during this benchmark are supreme which makes it very challenging to achieve good performance. Despite this, the GPU did extremely well and matched my expectations for a card of this calibre.
In terms of compute performance, the graphics card reports a good score, but it’s slightly behind its nearest rivals. Perhaps, this is down to the lower core clock which has a noticeable effect with OpenCL calculations.