The RTX 3070 outperforms the 2080 Ti in the first benchmarks

The RTX 3070 outperforms the 2080 Ti in the first benchmarks
While it will probably be difficult to get your hands on one of them, the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 graphics card will launch next Thursday. Until now, we have had to rely on the official data of the Californian company, but the well-known software Geekbench 4.0, on which users can anonymously upload the benchmark results, recently saw the recording of two new tests carried out with the RTX 3070 .

RTX 3070 - OpenCL https://t.co/SJycgQPhpp https://t.co/PWQJ1R2z8N pic.twitter.com/GivkxWMS08

- APISAK (@TUM_APISAK) October 21 , 2020



Apparently, both ran on what appears to be the same system, equipped with an Intel Core i9-10900K processor, 16GB of DDR4 SDRAM, and of course an RTX 3070 with 8GB of memory (although the manufacturer is not specified).

The results? One of the tests recorded an OpenCL score of 359,349 while the other stopped at 350,093. The first to have seen these results was the well-known user @Apisak on Twitter.

We remember that usually the scores obtained by the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080Ti, the top of the range of the previous generation, vary from 345,000 to 355,000, so the GeForce RTX 3070 should be slightly more powerful.

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In any case, it is rather difficult to evaluate the performance of the card from a single test, as benchmark results vary from system to system based on factors such as CPU, cooling and even form factor.

However, even if the GeForce RTX 3070 were generally equal to a GeForce RTX 2080Ti, if not slightly better, this is definitely good news for all enthusiasts, as they would be able to achieve performance high by current standards at an affordable price and much lower than the top model of the Turing generation was proposed.

Obviously, to get a more precise picture of the situation we will have to wait to accurately test the new NVIDIA proposal.

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