With “GPU” meaning Graphics Processing Unit and being responsible for all kinds of graphical calculations on the computer, the GPU helps the processor output a picture to your display monitor.
So, what about Ti? Do you know the meaning of “Ti” word on Nvidia GPUs? Well, It stands for “Titanium” and means the card is more powerful than the non-Ti version with the same model number. For example, the “Ti” in the GTX 2080 Ti model name generally means that this card performs better than the GTX 2080.
Let’s take a look at some of the more recent generations of NVIDIA Cards:
- GTX 780: CUDA-Cores: 2304, VRAM: 3GB, Octane-Bench: 73
GTX 780Ti: CUDA-Cores: 2880, VRAM: 3GB, Octane-Bench: 91
- GTX 980: CUDA-Cores: 2048, VRAM: 4GB, Octane-Bench: 98
GTX 980Ti: CUDA-Cores: 2816, VRAM: 6GB, Octane-Bench: 134
- GTX 1080: CUDA-Cores 2560, VRAM 8GB, Octane-Bench: 136
GTX 1080Ti: CUDA-Cores: 3584, VRAM 11GB, Octane-Bench: 185
- GTX 2080: CUDA-Cores 2944, VRAM 8GB, Octane-Bench: 189
GTX 2080Ti: CUDA-Cores: 4352, VRAM 11GB, Octane-Bench: 240
As we can see, the Ti Versions have a lot more CUDA Cores, more VRAM, and tend to be the best performance/price ratio and performance/power ratio GPUs in the NVIDIA GPU Generation line-up.
The benefits outweigh the usually lower core-clocks and make the Ti Version of Nvidia GTX / RTX GPUs the GPU-rendering performance leader.
The Ti Version also clearly outranks the non-Ti GPU in Octane-Bench.
|GPU Name||VRAM (GB)||OctaneBench Score||Price $||Performance/Dollar|
|8x RTX 2080 Ti||11||2733||9592||0.285|
|4x RTX 2080 Ti||11||1433||4796||0.299|
|4x RTX 2080 Super||8||1100||2880||0.382|
|4x RTX 2070 Super||8||1057||2200||0.480|
|4x RTX 2080||8||1017||3196||0.318|
|4x RTX 2060 Super||8||961||1260||0.763|
|4x GTX 1080 Ti||11||837||2800||0.299|
|2x RTX 2080 Ti||11||693||2398||0.289|
|2x RTX 2080 Super||8||541||1440||0.376|
|2x RTX 2070 Super||8||514||1100||0.467|
|2x RTX 2060 Super||8||485||840||0.577|
|2x RTX 2070||8||482||1000||0.482|
|2x GTX 1080 Ti||11||382||1400||0.273|
|Quadro RTX 6000||24||380||4400||0.086|
|Quadro RTX 8000||48||365||5670||0.064|
|RTX 2080 Ti||11||355||1199||0.296|
|RTX 2080 Super||8||285||720||0.396|
|RTX 2070 Super||8||259||550||0.471|
|RTX 2060 Super||8||240||420||0.571|
|Quadro RTX 4000||8||232||950||0.244|
|Quadro RTX 5000||16||222||2100||0.106|
|GTX 1080 Ti||11||195||700||0.279|
|RTX 2060 (6GB)||6||188||360||0.522|
|GTX 980 Ti||6||142||300||0.473|
|GTX 1660 Super||6||134||230||0.583|
|GTX 1660 Ti||6||130||280||0.464|
Some one say the Ti Version usually is a non-cut down Version of a GPU Core. Though this is not always true. Sometimes the Ti Version uses a different Core than the non-Ti Versions, though sometimes the non-Ti Versions have the Same GPU Core as the Ti Version with some parts being deactivated.
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