GeForce GTX TITAN-X 3DMark Benchmarks Surface

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Okay, BIG grain of salt - but they could be real. Somebody posted a couple of screenshots of Futuremark 3DMark 11 results. That somebody also apparently has four GeForce GTX Titan X graphics cards and published the results online. 

The cards have been tested properly with a Core i7-5960X eight-core processor, and the scores are both single-GPU and 4-way SLI with on 3DMark 11, with its "extreme" (X) preset. The card scored X7994 points in a single GPU run and a whopping X24064 points in 4-way SLI. Again that would be the test in EXTREME mode. The screenshots that leaked through Videocardz confirm the announced 12GB memory partition, but it also is listing a boost core clock of 1222 MHz and a memory clock of 1863 MHz (x4) for the Quad SLI setup. We do assume here that the card would be overclocked or tweaked a little, but these clocks are yummie for an 8 billion transistor encounting product!

Clock wise the single GTX Titan X would be clocked arround 1.0 GHz as the screenshot indicates. The memory is clocked at 1753 Mhz (x4) = 7.0 Ghz effective. And these numbers do make more sense. The GTX Titan X is expected to get 3072 shader processors, 192 TMUs, 96 ROPs, and a 384-bit wide GDDR5 memory bus with 12 GB of memory. The majority of specs are based on the GM200 Quadro counter-part. What remains weird though is that the entry is listed as 'Generic VGA', without a driver you simply can not activate SLI or even the single GPU, so it really should state something 'GeForce'.

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