- Nvidia Geforce GTX 1080 Ti review
- GPU and memory overview
- Specifications, packaging and hardware overview
- Test Setup
- Results – Nvidia Vulkan API demo
- Results – Cinebench R15
- Results – Civilization VI
- Results – Just Cause 3
- Results – No Man's Sky
- Results – Far Cry 4
- Results – 3DMark + Time Spy
- Results – Unigine Heaven 4.0 Benchmark
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Results – Unigine Heaven 4.0 Benchmark
The Heaven Benchmark by Unigine is a tessellation-heavy benchmark that uses DirectX 11 to make many parallel draw calls that still push modern graphics cards to their limits. Features include a dynamic sky with volumetric clouds, real-time global illumination, a cinematic camera flythrough in benchmark mode, and several customizable presets for a convenient comparison of results.
For this test, we are benchmarking one pass with 4X AA enabled and another with AA off.
Results – 3840x2160p
In the 4K test with 4X AA, the Geforce GTX 1080 Ti gets an average of 44.5fps and a score of 1,122, followed by the GTX 1080 at 29.6fps and a score of 746, the GTX 1070 at 27.8fps and a score of 700, and the GTX 970 SC at 8.3fps and a score of 208.
In the 4K test without AA, the Geforce GTX 1080 Ti gets an average of 51.9fps and a score of 1,307, followed by the GTX 1080 at 34.8fps and a score of 875, the GTX 1070 at 32.3fps and a score of 815, and the GTX 970 SC at 19.9fps and a score of 502.
Results – 1920x1080p
In the 1080p test with 4X AA, the Geforce GTX 1080 Ti gets an average of 157.8fps and a score of 3,974, followed by the GTX 1080 at 119.7fps and a score of 3,016, the GTX 1070 at 105.2fps and a score of 2,651, and the GTX 980 SC at 66.4fps and a score of 1,672fps.
In the 1080p test without AA, the Geforce GTX 1080 Ti gets an average of 185.2fps and a score of 4,665, followed by the GTX 1080 at 139.3fps and a score of 3,509, the GTX 1070 at 128.3fps and a score of 3,233, and the GTX 970 SC at 83.2fps and a score of 2,102.