The RTX 4070 Ti is 21% Slower Than the RTX 4080 in OctaneBench

Videocardz has managed to get their hands on a leaked RTX 4070 Ti in OctaneBench thanks to laptopvideo2go. We should remind readers that Octanebench is not a representation of the GPU’s in-game performance. Rather, it is a graphics rendering engine. In any case, we can compare this GPU against various other products from NVIDIA’s Ada Lovelace lineup to showcase the expected performance.

RTX 4070 Ti In OctaneBench

The RTX 4070 Ti manages to obtain 725 points in the OctaneBench, making it almost 5% faster than the RTX 3090 Ti. Although, gaming performance tends to give the 3090 Ti an edge over the 4070 Ti. In addition, this GPU is up to 21% slower than the RTX 4080 and 42% slower than the RTX 4090 in the same test. This is again, not a representation of actual performance but it does give us an idea as to where the 4070 Ti stands.

RTX 4070 Ti In OctaneBench | OctaneBench

These results are interesting because developers and content creators could opt for the RTX 4070 Ti as it performs better than the 3090 Ti. Though, that can only be confirmed when this GPU goes live. The extra memory with Ampere’s king can offer significantly better performance if you end up being memory-bound. Still, it consumes much more power than the 4070 Ti. 

RTX 4070 Ti

The RTX 4070 Ti will ship with 12GB of G6X memory across a 192-bit memory bus. The 4070 Ti will make use of NVIDIA’s AD104-400-A1 GPU with 7680 CUDA cores. A memory speed of 21Gbps would amount up to 504GB/s of effective bandwidth. One should note that this GPU is considerably slower than the RTX 3090 Ti in raw raster performance. A modest TDP of 285W should not need a PSU change. Pricing-wise, the RTX 4070 Ti may cost consumers upwards of $899.

SKU Chip FP32/CUDA SMs Max Clock Cache Memory Bus VRAM Memory Spec Speed (Gbps) TDP
RTX 4000 Titan AD102-450 18432 144 3.0GHz+? 96MB? 384/382-bit 48GB GDDR6X 24 ~800W
RTX 4090 Ti AD102-350 18176 142 3.0 GHz? 96MB 382-bit 24GB GDDR6X 24 600W?
RTX 4090 AD102-300-A1 16384 128 2.52GHz 96MB 384-bit 24GB GDDR6X 21
450W+ (TGP) / 660W (Max TGP)
RTX 4080 Ti AD102 14848 116 2.7 GHz? 80MB? 320-bit 20GB GDDR6X 23 420W
RTX 4080 (Variant 1) AD103-300-A1 9728 76 2.505GHz 64MB 256-bit 16GB GDDR6X 22.5
320W(TGP)/ 516W (Max TGP)
RTX 4070 Ti (4080 12GB Revamped) AD104-400-A1 7680 60 2.61GHz 48MB 192-bit 12GB GDDR6X 21
285W (TGP) /366W (Max TGP)?
RTX 4070 AD104-300? 7168 56 2.61GHz? 48MB? 192-bit/160-bit 12GB? GDDR6X 21? 250W
RTX 4070 (New) AD104-250-A1 5888 46 2.7GHz? 36MB 192-bit 12GB GDDR6X 21 250W

Source: OctaneBench via laptopvideo2go & Videocardz

 
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