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That's a graphics card that's now 4. Compared to AMD's R9 or the similar performing R9 X that's over five years old now , the Ti is 65 percent faster, and it does that while cutting the graphics card power use in half. It's viable in some games but not in others, though dropping the quality a notch or two certainly helps. Average framerates at p ultra are 62fps, basically tied with the GTX , though of course the Asus Ti comes with a decent overclock.
A reference model would be percent slower. Neither card will hit a steady 60fps, though. About half of the games I tested average 60fps or more, sometimes much more, while the other half fall below—with a few like Anthem, Assassin's Creed Odyssey, Deus Ex, and Metro Exodus sitting closer to 40fps.
Nvidia's newcomer beats AMD's mainstream RX by about 25 percent as well, for roughly the same price while using less power. The 4k ultra results are mostly superfluous here, but I've run the benchmarks anyway. Even if you drop the quality down to medium or low, quite a few games are going to fail to break 60fps—there are simply too many pixels to push around for a midrange card. But again, you really shouldn't be running 4k on a card like this.
Wrapping things up, in terms of value the GTX Ti sits near the top of the midrange graphics card pile—depending on the model you're looking at, naturally. Flip over to a complete mainstream build and the GTX Ti looks a lot more promising. Was it always in the works? But after all the hype on those new features, it almost feels like Nvidia is backpedaling a bit in giving us a new GTX series of cards. There are some new features compared to Pascal series , but overall the Turing architecture only seems to account for a 10 percent improvement in CUDA core performance—the rest of the improvement comes via more cores and higher clockspeeds.
Something else to consider is when the inevitable GTX will arrive—with the Ti suffix and a fully enabled TU processor, obviously there's plenty of opportunity for Nvidia to release a lower spec GPU. In the meantime, if you've been sitting on a midrange GPU from a couple of generations back, or a high-end card from five or more years ago, the GTX Ti is a worthy upgrade.
And then that whole cryptocurrency thing happened and GPU prices went haywire for a year, but thankfully that's now a thing of the past. Knock on wood…. It's not all sunshine and flowers with the TU design, though. Besides being an admission of sorts that we're not at the point where real-time ray tracing hardware is ready for the masses, it has a few areas that could become weak spots during its lifetime. I'm not sure when 6GB will really become "not quite enough VRAM," but more games are starting to push into the 8GB and higher range, so be prepared to drop from 'ultra' to 'high' textures in the coming year or two.
It's also interesting that the chip has 50 percent more transistors than the GP that's in the , and yet despite the 12nm lithography it's still 42 percent larger. I know, 12nm is more marketing than substance, but I'm still waiting to see when Nvidia makes the move to 7nm, and what sort of GPUs it will make then.
Spoiler: they'll be faster and better than Turing, but those are likely still be a year or more away. Right now, if you're looking to build a new midrange gaming PC, capable of running nearly any game at p ultra with high framerates, the GTX Ti belongs near the top of your list. It easily outperforms Nvidia's old GTX cards and doesn't cost much more. It delivers good performance and excellent efficiency, with a price that can reach a much wider audience than the RTX line.
Those looking for something to last a few years while we wait for more capable ray tracing hardware to arrive hopefully at mainstream pricing will find a lot to like in the GTX Ti. Individual models may warrant slightly higher or lower scores, depending on pricing, features, and other aspects of the cards. Jarred's love of computers dates back to the dark ages when his dad brought home a DOS 2.
He eventually built his first custom PC in with a 12MHz, only to discover it was already woefully outdated when Wing Commander was released a few months later. From the first S3 Virge '3D decelerators' to today's GPUs, Jarred keeps up with all the latest graphics trends and is the one to ask about game performance.
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