NVIDIA just released the new GTX 1080/1070 Pascal cards. The GTX 1080 is much faster than the Titan X and faster than two 980s in SLI.
Now the first benchmarks of the NVIDIA GTX 1080 in DirectX 12 enabled Ashes of The Singularity have been revealed. Ashes of The Singularity is a latest game of 2016 and was the first to feature support for DirectX 12 API.
Crazy Settings @1080P
On Crazy settings, the GeForce GTX 1080 scores 5900 points with an average FPS of 60, which is as good as the GTX 980 Ti but 1 FPS lower than the R9 290.
Extreme Settings @1080P
On Extreme settings, the GeForce GTX 1080 scores 7200 points with an average FPS of 74 while AMD’s Radeon Pro Duo scores 7300 points with an average FPS of 75. The Fury X and GTX 980 TI scores around 1000 points lower than the GeForce GTX 1080 with averages in the 60ish range.
High Settings @1080P
On high settings, the GTX 1080 scores 8900 points with 90 FPS whereas the Pro Duo scores 9000 points with 91 FPS. The highly overclocked GTX 980 TI achieves 8000 points with an average of 80 FPS is still 1000 points lower than the GTX 1080.
Generally speaking the GeForce GTX 1080 progresses in the part which heavily relies on Asynchronous compute as seen in early testing.