NVIDIA TITAN V Gaming Benchmarks – 15 Triple-A Games Tested In 4K

GamersNexus and HardwareLUXX have published some more gaming benchmarks for NVIDIA’s latest graphics card, the NVIDIA TITAN V. Both of these websites have tested numerous triple-A games and below you can find benchmarks for Sniper Elite 4, Destiny 2, Call of Duty: WWII, The Witcher 3, Project CARS 2 and more.

Let’s start with GamersNexus tests. GamersNexus tested DOOM, Destiny 2, Ghost Recon Wildlands, Sniper Elite 4, For Honor and Hellblade. According to the results, in most cases, the NVIDIA TITAN V is faster than the GTX1080Ti and the Titan XP. NVIDIA’s TITAN V is noticeable faster in DX12 games. However, in more traditional DX11 games (like For Honor or Ghost Recon Wildlands) this new GPU can be almost matched by the Titan XP.

HardwareLUXX tested The Witcher 3, Far Cry Primal, The Division, Star Wars: Battlefront 2, HITMAN, Call of Duty: WWII, Project CARS 2, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds and Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus.

In 4K, The Witcher 3 ran almost 10fps faster on the NVIDIA TITAN V than on theĀ GeForce GTX1080Ti Founder’s Edition. HITMAN also saw a similar performance increase. The game ran 12fps faster in 4K on the NVIDIA TITAN V than on theĀ GeForce GTX1080Ti Founder’s Edition.

The Division saw a 11fps performance boost. On the other hand, Battlefront 2 saw an impressive 24fps increase compared to a custom GeForce GTX1080Ti (meaning that the gap between TITAN V and the GeForce GTX1080Ti Founder’s Edition is even bigger).

In 4K, Call of Duty: WWII ran around 11fps faster on the TITAN V than on a custom GeForce GTX1080Ti and Project CARS 2 saw a 10fps increase. Last but not least, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds saw a 10fps increase and Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus saw an impressive 27fps increase.

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