A recent benchmark has been done using top tier latest Nvidia GPUs, along with Titan Xp of previous generation and AMD RX Vega 64. Select number of games were tested but only at 8K resolution. The Titan Xp from Nvidia had poor results and clearly is not ready for 8K gaming at all.

The graphics cards used in 8K benchmark comparions were Titan XP 8K, Titan X, AMD Radeon Vega 64 and GTX 1080 Ti.

The games that were tested to benchmark the run of various graphics cards at 8k were Rise of The Tomb Raider, Shador of Mordor, Far Cry Primal and Metro Last Light. Check out the detailed video below.

In parallel news, Samsung and SK Hynix, the largest manufacturer to GDDR5 RAM have cut short the supply to GPU and directed the sale of GDDR5 RAM for mobile market. This according to some experts may cause a price hike in Nvidia GPUs, as their GPUs consume GDDR5 RAM at large. The shortage may affect the sale of used and brand new Nvidia GPUs, brace yourselves for increased rise in price in coming days.

When the Pascal architecture based Nvidia GPUs hit the market, they sold out in weeks, this caused shortages of availability and brought instability in market. This cooled down later when GPUs were restocked, then again cryptocurrency wave hit the GPU market, and brought back the instability to the market.