NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX 3070 Ti is yet to launch officially, but early reviews have already leaked out performance numbers for the new card.
The first review of the card comes from Big Hardware Player (Bilibili), which includes gaming performance breakdowns as well as a look at the 3070 Ti’s mining performance. The review was done on early NVIDIA drivers so the benchmark numbers could improve after the card is officially released.
RTX 3070 Ti Early Mining Performance
As Videocardz noted, the mining performance of the 3070 is limited by NVIDIA’s new mining limiter which is now available on a driver level across all RTX 30-series cards. The RTX 3070’s hash rate drops from 70 MH/s to 40 MH/s during the video showcase.
RTX 3070 Ti Early Gaming Performance
The video review also shows the first gaming performance numbers of the RTX 3070 Ti, showing it about 20% behind the RTX 3080 on average. This is pretty much in line with our expectations, seeing as how the card is about $100 cheaper than the RTX 3080 (in an ideal world).
That’s not all though, as synthetic benchmark figures from 3DMark’s benchmark suite have also revealed. It’s the same case as in gaming, where the RTX 3070 Ti is about 20% behind RTX 3080, and about 10% ahead of the base RTX 3070.
This isn’t the only review out there as another one from TecLab has found its way online with the card in question being one from Gigabyte.
The RTX 3070 Ti will retail for $599, with availability starting June 10.