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Possible performance of the GTX TITAN 2, R9 280X and R9 390X

Possible performance of the GTX TITAN 2, R9 280X and R9 390X

December 19, 2014 3:59 pm0 comments

A leaked from Chiphell has let us know what will be, in theory, the first performance data from the GTX TITAN 2 from NVIDIA and R9 380X and R9 390X from AMD.

The first one uses the GM200, a graphic core based on Maxwell, which has 2072 shaders, although it is said that NVIDIA will launch other solutions with trimmed chip versions of which the shaders count will drop to 2816.

The 2 AMD alternatives use different cores. On one hand, the R9 390X is based on Bermuda XT and integrates 4480-4726 flux stream processors, whilst the R9 380X is based on the Fiji XT chipset and has 3584-3840 stream processors.

performance of the GTX TITAN 2, R9 280X and R9 390Xperformance of the GTX TITAN 2, R9 280X and R9 390X

At a performance level, we can see in the first graph the average percentage in 20 different games, while in the second one we can see it more specifically in five of the most popular games nowadays.

The picture this data paints for us is quite simple. The R9 390X is shown as the most powerful option, followed by the GTX TITAN 2. On the other hand, the GTX TITAN 2 trimmed versions we mentioned above would surpass the R9 380X.

performance of the GTX TITAN 2, R9 280X and R9 390X

As always, need I remind you that this is unconfirmed information and that things could change with the final versions, as a result of improved drivers, or work frequency increases.

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