It's not easy to compare due to the different platforms used, but a quick comparison learns this makes the card about 30 percent faster than an overclocked GTX 1080. For comparison, NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang promised the GTX 1080 Ti would be around 35 percent faster than the GTX 1080 so this could be accurate.
It’s hard to say what is the actual boost clock of GTX 1080 Ti right now, but I saw samples running at 1860-ish MHz, so that would roughly be a 200 MHz overclock.
3DMark is rather a short benchmark, but the card did not exceed 63C under load. Judging from the screenshot, power limit is set to around 122%.
As always, we don't know how reliably these leaks are but they could be legit as we know reviewers have already received GeForce GTX 1080 Ti samples from NVIDIA.
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