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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 On Linux: Testing With OpenGL, OpenCL, CUDA & Vulkan
First up are some GPGPU benchmarks on the NVIDIA hardware followed by the Linux graphics tests.
The OpenCL Mixbench results showed the GeForce GTX 1070 performing around the speed of a GeForce GTX TITAN X. Not bad with the TITAN X formerly selling for $999 USD while the GTX 1070 going for $399~449. The GeForce GTX 1080 though does remain noticeably faster than the GTX 1070 in these compute tests.
The SHOC benchmarks in their OpenCL mode again showed the GTX 1070 outpacing the TITAN X.
It's incredible seeing the performance evolution from the GTX 770 to GTX 970 to GTX 1070!
Some more OpenCL numbers showing the strong performance of Pascal... With LuxMark going from the GTX 970 to GTX 1070 is a 60% improvement in performance or going from a GTX 770 to GTX 1070 is a 4x improvement in this OpenCL test.