Another day, another GTX 1070 Ti leak. This time round, 3DMark benchmark results of the graphics card have apparently been discovered – and they tell a pretty interesting story. For those out of the loop: the GTX 1070 Ti is heavily rumoured to be Nvidia’s answer to AMD’s lineup of RX Vega graphics cards.
According to 3DMark benchmark scores found by folks at VideoCardz, it seems that the GTX 1070 Ti comes with performance that’s somewhat similar to the Radeon RX Vega 56. Two different scores of the GTX 1070 Ti were found in the 3DMark Fire Strike Extreme benchmark. The scores are 9,546 and 9,449 respectively. In comparison, a RX Vega 56 in “balanced” mode managed to obtain a score of 9,340 and 9,619 when on “turbo” mode (based on testing done by VideoCardz).
Meanwhile, the GTX 1070 Ti was also found to be tested with the 3DMark Time Spy benchmarking tool. In this benchmark, the upcoming Nvidia graphics card was able to obtain scores of 6,816 and 6,777. Surprisingly, the GTX 1070 Ti managed to outperform a “turbo” mode RX Vega 56, which had a score of 6,423. It’s worth noting that in both Fire Strike Extreme and Time Spy, the GTX 1070 Ti was found to have significantly higher scores compared to the GTX 1070 – which is not surprising.
As mentioned in our previous article regarding this graphics card, the benchmark scores of the GTX 1070 Ti may still vary. This is because there is a high possibility that it isn’t paired with a suitable graphics driver during the aforementioned benchmark testings. Regardless, we do advice our beloved readers to take the aforementioned performance scores with a grain of salt, as always.