More OpenGL / OpenCL / Vulkan Benchmarks Of The GeForce GTX 1080 Ti On Linux
Written by Michael Larabel in NVIDIA on 10 March 2017 at 12:24 PM EST. 5 Comments
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Complementing yesterday's GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Linux review with OpenGL and Vulkan benchmarks and this morning's GeForce GTX 1080 Ti OpenCL benchmarks, here is a range of more standalone benchmarks for this GP102 graphics card.

I ran a variety of additional tests today on the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti for those curious about the performance in other workloads or for those wanting standalone results to access on OpenBenchmarking.org for being able to compare the GTX 1080 Ti to your own Linux systems.


Here are some of the newly-uploaded GTX 1080 Ti data-sets for those interested:

1703102-RI-DOTA2VULK41 - Dota 2 Vulkan and OpenGL runs at a variety of resolutions.

1703102-RI-BLENDEROP31 - More Blender OpenCL benchmarks.

1703108-RI-MONITORIN52 - Some GPU monitoring results, including the GPU temperatures under Unigine and such, for those curious.


1703106-RI-GTX1080TI57 - How well the GTX 1080 Ti runs in open-source classic games like Xonotic, Tesseract, and OpenArena.

I'll have some AMD Ryzen vs. Intel Core i7 1080 Ti benchmarks, some dual 4K gaming benchmarks, and Linux VR tests as some of the other upcoming planned tests for this GPU. If anyone has any other Linux testing ideas, feel free to share by commenting on this article in the forums.
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