NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 3DMark 11 Performance Revealed

Here it is folks, the performance leak of NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 by a member on ChipHell Forums. The member claims that its a factory overclocked variant of GTX 760. The GPU-Z posted by the forum is similar to the one that was leaked on ChipHell Forums earlier, which means that the specifications in our earlier report was that of an overclocked variant. Unfortunately, the user only posted NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 3DMark 11 performance scores but they are enough to compare them with that of GeForce GTX 670.

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Like I said earlier, gamers on a look-out for GTX 760 should glue themselves on their seats since much more is to come. Here is one of the exciting bits, the 3DMark 11 performance preset score of GTX 760 is quite similar to what we have seen with GeForce GTX 670’s score in the past. The user hid the first digit of the score resulting in Px830 but we assume that it should make P8830 since the Graphics Scores was 8897 and Physics Score was 9676.

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 3DMark 11 Scores:

  • 3DMark 11 Performance Score: Px830 (Assuming 8830)
  • Graphics Score: 8897
  • Physics Score: 9676
  • Combined Score: 7435

On Average, a GTX 670 sample reaches 1200MHz on core resulting in 3DMark 11 performance score between 9000-10000 and may be more depending on the system configuration. Earlier, we reported that GTX 760 will have similar specs to GTX 660 (Non Ti) but this changes it all. Even with less CUDA cores than GTX 670 (assuming that the specifications on the GPU-Z screenshot are correct), GTX 760 scores on par with GTX 670. This could result in overclocked GTX 760 over powering GTX 670 in performance, do keep in mind that GTX 760’s overclocking potential is not yet known and it can make a lot of difference.

Its a high-time to get really excited about NVIDIA’s launch of GTX 760 a week later, and if the performance is identical to that of GTX 670 and price remains at $300 then it might become a must buy graphics card in the mid-range.

Source: ChipHell