- Nvidia Geforce GTX 1080 Ti review
- GPU and memory overview
- Specifications, packaging and hardware overview
- Test Setup
- Results – Nvidia Vulkan API demo
- Results – Cinebench R15
- Results – Civilization VI
- Results – Just Cause 3
- Results – No Man's Sky
- Results – Far Cry 4
- Results – 3DMark + Time Spy
- Results – Unigine Heaven 4.0 Benchmark
- All Pages
Cinebench R15.038 – OpenGL
Cinebench is a popular synthetic benchmark that measures CPU and GPU using OpenGL. The program uses several algorithms to render a photorealistic 3D scene containing over 300,000 polygons and then will display the results based on a point system.
Based on our results, the GTX 970 SC scores 136.97 points, followed by the Geforce GTX 1080 Ti at 135.29 points, the GTX 1070 at 131.68fps, and the GTX 1080 at 130.15 points. For this test, it should be noted that there can be some variability with each run, and all four cards seem to score consistently above the 130-point marker. This is more of a suggestion to Cinebench to include a more comprehensive benchmark that makes use of a more robust shading algorithms.