NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680 SLI Results Exposed in 3DMark 11 Benchmark

Hassan Mujtaba
Posted Mar 18, 2012
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VR-Zone (Chinese) has posted 3DMark 11 Benchmark Results of NVIDIA’s upcoming GeForce GTX 680 GPU running in 2-Way SLI.

The GeForce GTX 680 tested here were overclocked to 1150MHz Core vs 1006MHz Reference Clock and 1803MHz Memory  vs 1500MHz Reference Clock frequency. Both GPU’s feature a 256-bit 2GB GDDR5 Memory buffer with a total bandwidth of 230.8Gb/s.

Test bed included a Core i7 3930K processor overclocked to 5Ghz on the Rampage IV Extreme X79 Motherboard along with Quad Channel DDR3 DIMMS. Following are the results acquired in 3DMark 11:

3DMark 11 EXTREME PRESET:

  • GTX 680 SLI: X6243 Marks

3DMark 11 PERFORMANCE PRESET:

  • GTX 680 SLI: P16860 Marks

3DMark 11 ENTRY PRESET:

  • GTX 680 SLI: E22878 Marks

VR-Zone has promised to post 3-Way and Quad Way SLI results later next week when the cards officially launch. You can check out further benchmarks which pit the GTX 680 against the HD7970 here.

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