3DMark is the latest version of this hugely-popular synthetic benchmark. Making use of DX11 features such as tessellation, compute shaders and multi-threading, it provides modern-day results and is available as a free download.
There are no major surprises in terms of real-world performance. As the numbers on the box suggest, EVGA's Hybrid Gaming falls shy of the other liquid-cooled GTX 980 Tis in our line-up.
Digging deeper into our log files reveals that the EVGA card hit a height of 1,329MHz during this particular benchmark. The Inno3D and Gigabyte rivals managed 1,443MHz and 1,430MHz, respectively, and remember both have factory overclocked memory to boot.