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GTX Ti vs GTX Which is best for p and p gaming?

After releasing a series of RTX graphics cards, it looked like the classic GTX line might have run its course. Then Nvidia announced the GTX Ti, a GPU that combines the architectural advancements of the RTX Turing line without the dedicated cores for machine learning and ray tracing; the series moniker indicates a card somewhere between the series GTX cards and series RTX cards. At £/$, the GTX Ti offers a healthy performance bump over the GTX that should make it a stand-out performer for p gaming, but the last-generation GTX already fulfils a similar niche. This established card is available in wider numbers for a similar price, so which is the better mid-range option: the GTX Ti or the GTX ?

On the face of it, the GTX Ti seems to have the edge. The new GPU has a higher boost clock, faster GDDR6 memory, greater memory bandwidth and revised shader models. It's also more efficient, with many models packing significant horsepower into a compact one-fan or two-fan design. It also comes with some new Turing features, such as support for variable rate shading, which could boost performance in some games. However, the GTX Ti also ships with 6GB of memory, compared to 8GB of VRAM on the GTX , which could potentially make it less future-proof than its last-gen competitor.

The best way to see which card is the best overall is to put them to the test, so that's what we're going to do. We have tested both GPUs in nine recent and not-so-recent games, so you will be able to see precisely which games favour the GTX Ti and which go the other way in our benchmarks below. We'll also take a quick look at how these cards compare in terms of features, and how much you can expect to pay for each one.

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GTX Ti vs GTX Feature comparison

Before we get into the results, it's worth briefly covering the difference in features between the GTX Ti and the GTX As we mentioned earlier, the GTX Ti doesn't include any RT or Tensor cores, meaning the two headline features of the RTX series - real-time ray tracing (RTX) and deep learning super sampling (DLSS) - are nowhere to be found. However, Nvidia's Turing cards does include new features that don't rely on its specialist cores, and these have made the jump to the GTX Ti.

One of the most interesting is variable rate shading, a new technique which reduces detail in areas of the screen that are of less interest to the player - for example, areas in shadow. This can boost performance in games that support it, with Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus showing about a 15 per cent boost in frame-rates at its most aggressive setting. Another nice niche feature is the upgraded NVENC encoder, which widens the options available for recording or streaming games; it's also more efficient and requires less CPU utilisation.

Of course, features that debuted on GTX series cards appear on both models in our comparison. That includes support for FreeSync and G-Sync variable refresh rate displays, the GeForce Experience software and options for multi-screen gaming, streaming to Shield set-top boxes or Android smartphones and so on. That means that the GTX Ti has the lead when it comes to features, but it's a far closer race than it is when comparing series cards with their newfangled RTX counterparts.

GTX Ti vs GTX Game benchmarks

In these results, you'll see how the GTX Ti compares to the GTX at three resolutions and in nine different games. The GTX Ti is represented by a compact PNY XLR8 card and the GTX with Nvidia's Founders Edition. It's worth noting that the XLR8 comes with a small +45MHz overclock, while the Nvidia card remains on reference specifications. With no Nvidia reference card for the GTX Ti, this is a reasonable out-of-the-box comparison of the two cards. We tested using a high-end system, including a Core i7 K processor overclocked to GHz on all cores to take CPU power out of the equation as much as possible. This is backed with 16GB of dual-channel memory at MHz, a Corsair Hi liquid cooler and solid state storage for all tested games.

Note that we've only included the two cards we're most interested in here: the GTX Ti and the GTX If you want more context, check out our full TX Ti benchmarks page which includes comparisons with the GTX , GTX , RTX , RX , RX and Vega 56!

Our new benchmark system was implemented early last year, but if you haven't seen it before, here's a quick primer. Just press play on the YouTube videos below, then add or remove the video cards and resolutions you're interested in using the controls to the right of the video. You'll see how the data sources you picked handle our test scene, with real-time frame-rate and frame-time information that give a better idea of the gameplay experience than a simple average frame-rate. However, you can also scroll down a little to see a bar chart with averages if you prefer. Mouse over the chart to see more data and click to switch between fps counts and percentages. With that explanation out of the way, let's get started!

Assassin's Creed Odyssey

release Assassin's Creed Odyssey is a heavy workload for any graphics card, even at p. The GTX Ti gets out to an early lead here, with an eight per cent advantage at p that stretches to nine per cent at p. The GTX Ti faces problems at 4K though, falling behind its older competitor as texture sizes increase. Regardless, both cards hardly produce a playable experience at Ultra HD with subfps averages.

AC Odyssey: Ultra High, TAA

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Assassin's Creed Unity

Assassin's Creed Unity is four years older than Odyssey, but still provides a bit of a challenge for modern GPUs. The newer architecture of the GTX Ti isn't able to use as many tricks to get ahead here, leaving the brawnier GTX to take a small lead at each resolution we tested. However, the gap is just a few frames at every resolution, with the difference dropping to less than one fps at 4K. You'd be happy with either card here, with the option for a console-quality 4K/30 or higher frame-rates at p and p.

Assassin's Creed Unity: Ultra High, FXAA

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Battlefield 1

The GTX chugs hard in Battlefield 1, with its worst performance at p. That gives the GTX Ti an 11 per cent lead at p, but as the resolution increases, the two cards are drawn closer together. That results in the newer card's advantage shrinking to five per cent at p and just three per cent at 4K. Either way, you get a playable experience at p and p, with some settings tweaks required to reach 4K/60 on either GPU.

Battlefield 1: Ultra, TAA

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Crysis 3

Coming up to six years on, Crysis 3 still has what it takes to stress GPUs at its very high preset with SMAA T2X. Perhaps unsurprisingly given the age of this game, the GTX takes the biggest lead over the GTX Ti we've seen yet, seven per cent at p, nine per cent at p and 12 per cent at 4K. As we take a ride on some highly explosive material, the GTX Ti exhibits some noticeable frame-time spikes; it's these that are largely responsible for the gap in performance.

Crysis 3: Very High, SMAA T2X

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Far Cry 5

What is there to say about Far Cry 5 that hasn't already been said? It's a medium-strength benchmark, offering a decent challenge but allowing even these mid-range GPUs to hit nearly fps at p and comfortably over 60fps at p. However, 4K gaming remains at a cinematic 35fps, so we'd recommend sticking to a lower resolution or dropping some settings to ensure a fluid experience. Enlisting the aid of a FreeSync or G-Sync monitor could also make sense here. The GTX Ti is the narrow winner at p, with the GTX firing back at p and 4K. Shall we call it a draw?

Far Cry 5: Ultra, TAA

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Ghost Recon Wildlands

Although it was released in , Ghost Recon Wildlands is the current reigning champion when it comes to challenging in-game benchmarks. The insanely difficult ultra preset restricts the GTX Ti to just 52fps at p, 41fps at p and a meagre 23fps at 4K. We can see that the two cards remain close throughout, although the GTX Ti has a tendency to drop further, as evidenced by the lower worst one per cent scores.

Ghost Recon Wildlands: Ultra, TAA

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Rise of the Tomb Raider

The first of two Tomb Raider games to be included in our benchmark suite, Rise of the Tomb Raider's benchmark is comprehensive if not an excellent reproduction of actual in-game performance. The GTX takes a narrow lead here, but both cards deliver a comfortable +fps at p and 70+fps at p.

Rise of the Tomb Raider: Very High, SMAA

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Shadow of the Tomb Raider

Shadow of the Tomb Raider comes with an even longer benchmark, and this time it's a better fit for the challenge of running the game itself. The GTX Ti is able to pull ahead once again, showing its strength in modern titles compared to the GTX However, frame-rates are down across the board, with only p allowing for average frame-rates above 60fps. At p, we're looking at the mid-fifties, while 4K is unfortunately relegated to somewhere below 30fps. Thankfully, we're using the highest settings here, making it child's play to attain a playable frame-rate by making a few visual sacrifices.

Shadow of the Tomb Raider: Highest, TAA

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The Witcher 3

We'll conclude with The Witcher 3, a favourite of RPG fans everywhere. With the settings on Ultra (but no performance-sapping Hairworks), we're looking at over fps for the GTX and only 90fps for the GTX Ti. We see a similar story play out on other resolutions, with just over a 10 per cent lead at p and p, dropping to eight per cent at 4K.

Witcher 3: Ultra, Post-AA, No Hairworks

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GTX Ti vs GTX Price and availability

So, how much should you expect to pay for a GTX Ti - and how easy is it to find one? Thus far, the launch has gone smoothly, with a good number of cards available in a range of configurations from Nvidia's partners. There's no reference card this time around, so you'll have to choose your favourite custom design. Most come with small overclocks built in, but these should have only a minimal (less than three per cent) impact on performance - so choosing based on the cooling system, form factor and even absence or presence of RGB lighting might make more sense.

Generally, we've found GTX Ti cards to be available at or very near to their RRP of £/$, with more expensive models costing around £/$ We reckon that an entry-level card is your best bet, as more expensive GTX Ti models come very close to the price of an entry-level RTX , which provides significantly better performance and more features.

How does the GTX stack up? The cheapest we've found one online is for £ in the UK and $ in the US. That UK price is a tempting one, but we reckon the (usually) faster and more future-proof GTX Ti remains the better value for money option. In any case, the used market may change this calculus; we reckon if you can find a used GTX for under £/$, the older card starts to make more sense. It's worth checking Ebay or your favourite user marketplace to see what's available!

With that, we've come to the end of our GTX Ti vs GTX comparison. Be sure to check out our full GTX Ti review for more information of how the new Nvidia card stacks up against its rivals. You can also find our always-updated best graphics card recommendations, which lay out our GPU picks at a range of price points.

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Best Nvidia GeForce GTX Ti: which version is best for your PC?

The Nvidia GeForce GTX Ti is as good as it gets when it comes to budget GPUs. While the GTX Super is a close contender, the Ti is hard to beat as the best GPU for budget gaming. It is, after all, the fastest growing card in Nvidia’s Turing line.

How was Nvidia able to offer this kind of performance for the price? They did it by taking its Turing architecture and paring it down to the essentials, eliminating the RT and Tensor cores responsible for RTX and DLSS (Deep Learning Super Sampling) technologies. So, you end up with the same baseline performance as the RTX graphics cards but without the bells and whistles and for a lower price. It strikes the perfect balance between price and performance.

Not only is the Nvidia GeForce GTX Ti perfect for anyone trying to harness the power of Nvidia Turing for their budget PC but it has enough power to be considered among the best graphics cards on the market. Unfortunately, it’s not easy figuring out which of the Ti offerings is the best as there’s no Founder’s Edition and prices fluctuate quite a bit from card to card. Therefore, to help you find the best Nvidia GeForce GTX Ti card, we’ve rounded up our top picks here.

1. PNY GeForce GTX Ti XLR8 Gaming OC

The best GeForce GTX Ti graphics card

Specifications

Stream Processors: 1,

Core Clock: 1,MHz (1,MHz boost)

Memory: 6GB GDDR6

Memory Speed: 12Gbps

Power Connectors: 1 x 8-pin

Outputs: 2 x DisplayPort , 1 x HDMI , 1 x DVI

Reasons to buy

+Affordable+Much faster than GTX

Reasons to avoid

-GDDR6 is limited to 12Gbps speeds

The PNY GeForce GTX Ti XLR8 Gaming OC may not look like much, being tiny and all. But, this one’s small yet mighty, packing a punch with its 70MHz factory overclock and solid specs. This card delivers the dream of p Ultra quality gameplay at 60 fps, and it’s guaranteed to blow you away. If that isn’t enough, all of this performance will cost less than smackers. This is the one of the best bang-for-your-buck graphics cards you’ll find right now; your wallet will thank you.

Read the full review:PNY GeForce GTX Ti XLR8 Gaming OC 

2. Asus ROG Strix GTX Ti OC

Maximum chill

Specifications

Stream Processors: 1,

Core Clock: 1,MHz (1,MHz boost)

Memory: 6GB GDDR6

Memory Speed: 12Gbps

Power Connectors: 1 x 8-pin

Outputs: 2 x DisplayPort , 2 x HDMI

Reasons to buy

+Readily overclockable+Runs incredibly cool

Reasons to avoid

-Nearly as expensive as the Nvidia RTX

If you’re looking to max out the performance of the GeForce GTX Ti, then the Asus ROG Strix GTX Ti OC might just be the card for you. It’s an ace in our book, especially considering that it delivers the highest factory overclock we’ve seen on this mid-range graphics card yet. In addition, its enormous heatsink and triple axial fans keep this card running a full 10C cooler than most of its rivals. Thanks to its extreme cooling system, overclocking this card is a breeze.

Read the full review: Asus ROG Strix GTX Ti OC review 

3. Gigabyte GeForce GTX Ti Windforce OC

Your average, mid-range graphics card with a few tricks

Specifications

Stream Processors: 1,

Core Clock: 1,MHz (1,MHz boost)

Memory: 6GB GDDR6

Memory Speed: 12Gbps

Power Connectors: 1 x 8-pin

Outputs: 3 x DisplayPort , 1 x HDMI

Reasons to buy

+Excellent airflow+1,MHz factory overclock

Reasons to avoid

-More expensive than basic models

Prefer a more middle of the road Nvidia GeForce GTX card? The Gigabyte GeForce GTX Ti Windforce OC is the nearest thing you can find to the average GeForce GTX Ti. It’s only packed with a middle-of-the-road dual-fan cooler. However, Gigabyte offsets that by utilizing 3D molded curves on its fan blades for an extremely effective airflow, which is further improved by the graphics card’s fans also spinning in alternate directions. Rounding its features out is a 1,MHz boost clock. This card undoubtedly delivers more performance for not much more cash.

4. Palit GeForce GTX Ti StormX OC

Mini-sized form factor

Specifications

Stream Processors: 1,

Core Clock: 1,MHz (1,MHz boost)

Memory: 6GB GDDR6

Memory Speed: 12Gbps

Power Connectors: 1 x 8-pin

Outputs: 1 x DisplayPort , 1 x HDMI b, 1 x DVI

Reasons to buy

+Perfect for tiny PC builds+Low starting price

Reasons to avoid

-Limited cooling potential

Besides being one of the best Nvidia GeForce GTX Ti available, Palit GeForce GTX Ti StormX OC is one of the most compact graphics cards ever designed, intended to fit in the tiniest of PC cases. Don’t let the small size fool you, however: this graphics card still packs all the power of a full-sized GTX Ti and then some, with a factory set 1,MHz boost clock. Best of all, you won’t have to pay extra for this mini GeForce GTX Ti, so it will also save you some silver.

5. MSI GeForce GTX TI Gaming X 6G

Stylish and affordable

Specifications

Stream Processors: 1,

Core Clock: 1,MHz (1,MHz boost)

Memory: 6GB GDDR6

Memory Speed: 12Gbps

Power Connectors: 1 x 8-pin

Outputs: 3 x DisplayPort , 1 x HDMI

Reasons to buy

+Fully customizable RGB lighting+High-performance out of the box

Reasons to avoid

-A bit pricey

Just because it’s a mid-range card doesn’t mean it can’t also be trendy. If you’re building a cool-looking and immersive gaming rig, the MSI GeForce GTX TI Gaming X 6G is easily the best looking of the bunch, with a stylish aesthetic and fully programmable RGB lighting. You can personalize how it glows in sync with an MSI motherboard, which only enhances your immersion in the game. As far as performance, this card also delivers a solid one, which it couples with a Twin Frozr cooler to keep things chilled.

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Turing Without The RTX

11/21/ Update: Since the launch of the GTX Ti in February , the GPU landscape has changed dramatically, with a swath of "Super" cards based on the same Turing architecture, but pushing both higher performance and lower prices than the company's initial Turing lineup. Most relevant to potential buyers of the GTX Ti is the GeForce GTX Super, which delivers similar performance to the Ti, at a lower starting price of $ At this writing, that's about $30 less than the lowest-price GTX Ti.

Nvidia GeForce GTX Ti is built on TU—an all-new graphics processor that incorporates Turing’s improved shaders, its unified cache architecture, support for adaptive shading, and a full complement of video encode/decode acceleration features. The GPU is paired up to GDDR6 memory, just like the higher-end GeForce RTX series models. But it’s not fast enough to justify tacking on RT cores for accelerated ray tracing or Tensor cores for inferencing in games. As a result, TU is a leaner chip with a list of specifications that emphasizes today’s top titles.

Nvidia says that GeForce GTX Ti will start at $ and completely replace GeForce GTX  6GB. Although that base price is $30 (or 12 percent) higher than where the Pascal-based 6GB began its journey back in , the company claims GeForce GTX Ti is up to times faster—and at the same W board power rating, no less.

Improved performance per dollar isn’t something we’ve seen much of from the Turing generation thus far. Can Nvidia turn that around with a GPU more purpose-built for performance at x ?

Meet TU Turing Sans RT and Tensor Cores

We’ve seen Nvidia launch four separate GPUs as it escorts us down the Turing hierarchy. With each, the company peels away resources to target lower price points. But we know it’s trying to maintain balance along the way, minimizing the bottlenecks that’d unnecessarily rob lower-end processors of their peak performance.

GeForce RTX is equipped with 44 percent of the Ti’s CUDA cores and texture units, 54 percent of its ROPs and memory bandwidth, and 50 percent of its L2 cache. Before the launched, we suspected that luxuries like RT and Tensor cores would no longer make sense at those levels. But a series of patches for Battlefield V—the one ray tracing-enabled game available at the time—enabled big performance gains, proving that Turing’s signature features could still be utilized at playable frame rates.

It turns out we were off by one tier. Nvidia considers TU the boundary where shading horsepower drops low enough to preclude Turing’s future-looking capabilities from serving much purpose. After stripping away the RT and Tensor cores, we’re left with a mm² chip composed of billion transistors manufactured using TSMC’s 12nm FinFET process. But despite its smaller transistors, TU is still 42 percent larger than the GP processor that preceded it.

Some of the growth is attributable to Turing’s more sophisticated shaders. Like the higher-end GeForce RTX series cards, GeForce GTX Ti supports simultaneous execution of FP32 arithmetic instructions, which constitute most shader workloads, and INT32 operations (for addressing/fetching data, floating-point min/max, compare, etc.). When you hear about Turing cores achieving better performance than Pascal at a given clock rate, this capability largely explains why.

Turing’s Streaming Multiprocessors are composed of fewer CUDA cores than Pascal’s, but the design compensates in part by spreading more SMs across each GPU. The newer architecture assigns one scheduler to each set of 16 CUDA cores (2x Pascal), along with one dispatch unit per 16 CUDA cores (same as Pascal). Four of those core groupings comprise the SM, along with 96KB of cache that can be configured as 64KB L1/32KB shared memory or vice versa, and four texture units. Because Turing doubles up on schedulers, it only needs to issue an instruction to the CUDA cores every other clock cycle to keep them full. In between, it's free to issue a different instruction to any other unit, including the INT32 cores.

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In TU specifically, Nvidia says it replaces Turing’s Tensor cores with dedicated FP16 cores per SM, which allow GeForce GTX Ti to process half-precision operations at 2x the rate of FP The other Turing-based GPUs boast double-rate FP16 as well though, so it’s unclear how GeForce GTX Ti is unique within its family. More obvious, based on the chart below, is that the Ti delivers a massive improvement to half-precision throughput compared to GeForce GTX and its Pascal-based GP chip.

But when we run Sandra's Scientific Analysis module, which tests general matrix multiplies, we see how much more FP16 throughput TU's Tensor cores achieve compared to TU GeForce GTX , which only supported FP16 symbolically, barely registers on the chart at all.

In addition to the Turing architecture’s shaders and unified cache, TU also supports a pair of algorithms called Content Adaptive Shading and Motion Adaptive Shading, together referred to as Variable Rate Shading. We covered this technology in Nvidia’s Turing Architecture Explored: Inside the GeForce RTX That story also introduced Turing's accelerated video encode and decode capabilities, which carry over to GeForce GTX Ti as well.

Putting It All Together

Nvidia packs 24 SMs into TU, splitting them between three Graphics Processing Clusters. With 64 FP32 cores per SM, that’s 1, CUDA cores and 96 texture units across the entire GPU. Board partners will undoubtedly target a range of frequencies to fill the gap between GTX Ti and RTX However, the official base clock rate is 1, MHz with a GPU Boost specification of 1, MHz. Our EVGA GeForce GTX Ti XC Black Gaming sample topped out around 1, MHz through three runs of Metro: Last Light, while other cards we’ve seen readily exceed 2, MHz. On paper, then, GeForce GTX Ti offers up to TFLOPS of FP32 performance and TFLOPS of FP16 throughput.

Six bit memory controllers give TU an aggregate bit bus, which is populated by 12 Gb/s GDDR6 modules (Micron MT61KM32JEA) that push up to GB/s. That’s 50% more memory bandwidth than GeForce GTX gets, helping GeForce GTX Ti maintain its performance advantage at x with anti-aliasing enabled.

Each memory controller is associated with eight ROPs and a KB slice of L2 cache. In total, TU exposes 48 ROPs and MB of L2. GeForce GTX Ti’s ROP count compares favorably to RTX , which also utilizes 48 render outputs. But its L2 cache slices are half as large.

Despite a larger die, a 50%-higher transistor count, and a more aggressive GPU Boost clock rate, GeForce GTX Ti is rated for the same W as GeForce GTX Unfortunately, neither graphics card includes multi-GPU support. Nvidia continues pushing the narrative that SLI is meant to drive higher absolute performance, rather than give gamers a way to match single-GPU configurations.

EVGA GeForce GTX Ti XC Black GamingGeForce RTX FEGeForce GTX FEGeForce GTX FE
Architecture (GPU)Turing (TU)Turing (TU)Pascal (GP)Pascal (GP)
CUDA Cores
Peak FP32 Compute TFLOPS TLFOPS TFLOPS TFLOPS
Tensor CoresN/AN/AN/A
RT CoresN/A30N/AN/A
Texture Units9680
Base Clock Rate MHz MHz MHz MHz
GPU Boost Rate MHz MHz MHz MHz
Memory Capacity6GB GDDR66GB GDDR66GB GDDR58GB GDDR5
Memory Busbitbitbitbit
Memory Bandwidth GB/s GB/s GB/s GB/s
ROPs48484864
L2 CacheMB3MBMB2MB
TDPWWWW
Transistor Count billion billion billion billion
Die Size mm² mm² mm² mm²
SLI SupportNoNoNoYes (MIO)

EVGA’s GeForce GTX Ti XC Black Gaming

The GeForce GTX Founders Edition was also a W card and it squeaked by with one six-pin auxiliary connector. EVGA’s GeForce GTX Ti XC Black Gaming, on the other hand, employs an eight-pin input, giving it quite a bit of additional headroom. As we’ll see in our per-rail power testing, the card draws 3A of current over its PCIe slot during our stress test—the rest comes from its eight-pin connector.

EVGA utilizes four power phases for TU The GPU’s phases are controlled by an older ON Semiconductor NCP on the back of the PCB, which is attached to a quartet of ON Semiconductor NCPs.

Those four components integrate the high- and low-side MOSFETs, a driver, and the bootstrap diode. They’re the same parts used on GeForce RTX Founders Edition, capable of average currents up to 55A.

Ubiq Semiconductor’s familiar dual-phase uPQ controls the memory’s voltage regulation circuitry by way of two QMN6 dual N-channel MOSFETs.

More interesting than the GeForce GTX Ti XC Black Gaming’s fairly simple power supply, perhaps, is the fact that EVGA’s PCB has vacant pads for an additional two GPU phases. There’s also a pair of emplacements for two more GDDR6 memory modules. Nvidia did something similar with GeForce GTX , leaving a couple of blank spots on its Founders Edition card that were never populated. This is a time- and cost-saving measure, which allows the company to use one PCB for multiple products.

A metal plate sits on top of the PCB, sandwiching thermal pads between the integrated driver/MOSFETs, GDDR6 memory modules, and current sense resistor. More thermal pads on top of the plate keep heat moving into the main sink assembly, which is mounted around the GPU at four points and screwed in through the PCB’s back side.

The thermal solution itself is composed of a fairly thin copper pad that makes direct contact with TU Three flattened pipes are soldered to the top of it, and an array of aluminum fins are, in turn, soldered to the heat pipes. A relatively thick fin stack is exaggerated by the shroud, which houses a single 85mm fan and adds even more depth. All told, EVGA’s GeForce GTX Ti XC Black Gaming eats up three expansion slots on your motherboard.

EVGA ends up trading thickness for length. The GeForce GTX Ti XC Black Gaming may be 2” deep, but it’s only about ” (~mm) long and 4 &#;” (mm) tall. Moreover, compared to the beefy Founders Edition cards we’ve been reviewing, a total weight of 1 lb. 7 oz. (g) feels downright light.

Up front, the GeForce GTX Ti XC Black Gaming exposes one dual-link DVI connector, an HDMI port, and a DisplayPort interface. The USB Type-C-based VirtualLink connector seen on every other Turing-class card so far is gone, a sign that we’re getting down to a performance level unconducive of smooth VR gameplay (even on the best VR headsets). Board partners that choose to add VirtualLink to their designs are free to do so; EVGA simply didn’t implement it on this model.

How We Tested EVGA’s GeForce GTX Ti XC Black Gaming

Obviously, GeForce GTX Ti is more mainstream than the other Turing-based boards we’ve reviewed. As such, our graphics workstation, based on an MSI Z Gaming M7 motherboard and Intel Core iK CPU at GHz, is apropos. The processor is complemented by G.Skill’s FC15QGRR memory kit. Crucial’s MX SSD is here, joined by a TB Intel DC P loaded down with games.

As far as competition goes, the Ti mostly goes up against GeForce GTX , though we include Ti as well. Of course, comparisons to GeForce GTX are inevitable. All of those cards are included in our line-up, along with GeForce RTX and GeForce RTX On the AMD side, we’re mostly interested in Radeon RX , although Radeon RX Vega 64 and Radeon RX Vega 56 make for interesting additions, too.

Our benchmark selection includes Ashes of the Singularity: Escalation, Battlefield V, Destiny 2, Far Cry 5, Forza Horizon 4, Grand Theft Auto V, Metro: Last Light Redux, Shadow of the Tomb Raider, Tom Clancy’s The Division, Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands, The Witcher 3 and Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus.

The testing methodology we're using comes from PresentMon: Performance In DirectX, OpenGL, And Vulkan. In short, these games are evaluated using a combination of OCAT and our own in-house GUI for PresentMon, with logging via GPU-Z.

We're using driver version to test GeForce GTX Ti and build for everything else. AMD’s cards utilize Crimson Adrenalin Edition

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Each card must meet rigorous performance and reliability standards before it ships. Performance and stress tests are run with the latest chart-topping titles like Fortnite, League of Legends, Overwatch, and PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds. We also carry out reliability trials that include a hour stability test and a series of 3DMark benchmarking runs to ensure the card performs well when pushed to the limits.

NVIDIA® G-SYNC™ Technology

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This graphics card supports NVIDIA® G-SYNC™ display technology for a super-smooth variable refresh rate experience. Enjoy AAA games without the nuisance of screen tearing or stuttering.

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Get ready for AAA gaming with performance that rivals the GeForce GTX

GeForce Experience

Capture and share videos, screenshots, and livestreams with friends. Keep your GeForce drivers up to date, and optimize in-game settings. GeForce Experience™ is the essential companion to your GeForce graphics card.

NVIDIA Ansel

This powerful tool lets you take professional-grade screenshots of your games. Capture and share your most brilliant gaming experiences with super-resolution, degree, HDR, and stereo images.

Broadcast Like a Pro

Get amazing performance and image quality while livestreaming to Twitch or YouTube. The GTX Ti's dedicated hardware encoder delivers 15% improved efficiency over prior generations of graphics cards and is optimized for Open Broadcaster Software (OBS).

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