Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan X Review - Results Review
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Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan X Benchmarks: 3DMark Fire Strike
3DMark is the defacto standard easily available graphics benchmark and as such is an easy place to start our testing. We ran the 3D Mark Fire Strike and Fire Strike Extreme tests at their default settings.
Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan X Benchmarks: Battlefield 4
Battlefield 4 is predominantly a multiplayer game but for consistencies sake we test the game during a scripted moment in the single-player game. As such it’s less CPU-limited than multi-player scenarios but is a more controlled test for GPUs. The results are recorded using FRAPs.
Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan X Benchmarks: Batman: Arkham Origins
Batman: Arkham Origins has proven to be one of the less graphically intensive titles on out test roster but its still impressive visuals give an indication of the generally less demanding but still modern and impressive-looking titles that are available. Again we record our results with FRAPs but this time while manually walking through a portion of the game.
Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan X Benchmarks: Bioshock Infinite
Bioshock Infinite is one of the more graphically demanding games we run with its ultra-high setting proving a stern test for even the most high-end cards. However the game does scale very well so much higher framerates are achievable with lower settings. Results are recorded using FRAPs using a manual walkthrough of one of the outdoor sections of the single-player game.
Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan X Benchmarks: Crysis 3
Still by far the most graphically demanding game there is, Crysis 3 is the ultimate test of graphics card performance. Results are recorded using FRAPs during a manual walk-through of the single-player game.
Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan X Benchmarks: Metro: Last Light
Second only to Crysis 3 for sheer graphics card-busting graphical intensity, Metro: Last Light is a dark and moody game with ultra-realistic looking model textures that give it a gritty true-to-life feel. Again, though, it can be scaled back quite nicely to perform better on lesser hardware. We again record our results manually using FRAPs.
Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan X Benchmarks: Heat and Power
To test how much power the latest graphics cards use we power it through a mains power-draw tester and leave the system on the desktop to check total system idle power consumption. Then we load up Unigine Heaven to max out the GPU and again check the total system power.
We use the same test for checking GPU temperature but using GPU-z to report the results.