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RTX 3070Ti performance revealed

RTX 3070Ti performance revealed

A leak from two Chinese users from Bilibili,(硬件大玩家 Big Hardware Player) and Techlab allow us to have a very precise vision of the performance of the RTX 3070Ti which will be unveiled in a few hours ( 10/06 at 3pm ). We don’t know the model or the brand tested by our Chinese friends but it is certainly a custom model in both cases. The testers were able to use the drivers made available by Nvidia for the press, (NVIDIA 466.61). RTX-3070-Ti-leaks Our two friends were able to pass several tests including the mining capabilities of the future card, a measure that seems particularly interesting in China. For use, the graphics card was tested with the same system as the RTX 3080 Ti model. The test platform has an AMD Ryzen 9 5900X processor on a B550 motherboard.

RTX 3070Ti: 9% better than a “classic” 3070?

To summarize, in synthetic benchmarks, the non-Ti RTX 3080 seems to be 18% faster than the RTX 3070 Ti, with the lead reaching 22% of performance in games. When comparing the new 3070Ti with a classic 3070, the latter is ahead of its big sister with about 9.4% better in benchmarks and 7.3% in games. You can cross-check all the results with the detailed article from our friends at Videocardz. As far as mining is concerned, the effect of clamping these new cards now seems unquestionable with a considerable reduction in hashrate. We will now have to check if the drivers used are the latest. If they are, the performance gain is certainly visible but not extraordinary either. This could make the positioning of this RTX 3070Ti rather difficult…

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