Probably, but that's exactly the reason why those cards are so expensive. It's not that the chips are way superior or the VRAM is so much faster, but that the drivers are going through rigorous testing and certification.
I don't know anymore which video it was, might have been GamersNexus too. But it was explained pretty simple: If a gaming card screws up a single digit in a game you may have a glitch in the graphics, if a workstation card screws up in a CAD program designing an airplane you may have a few hundred dead people.
So yeah, certified drivers are expensive.