Benchmark Tests for NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti Leaked
When it comes to graphics cards, few generate as much excitement among PC enthusiasts than NVIDIA. Sure, there are other options out there, but, for a lot of people, NVIDIA is synonymous with graphics cards. That’s why there’s such interest around the release of the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti. With the launch date looming ever closer, we’ve finally got benchmark results from both Fire Strike Extreme and Time Spy.
In the Time Spy tests, the GTX 1070 TI received a score of 6,777 points. For comparison, an overclocked GTX 1070 scores around 6,000 points. The Radeon RX Vega 56 received similar scores to the GTX 1070 TI meaning that the two cards are roughly equal according to this benchmark.
However, it should be noted that in the FireStrike Extreme tests, the 1070 TI received a score of 9449 which is lower than the Vega 56’s score of 9949. That being said, these are still early tests so there is likely to be some variation in the results. Once the card is released and all of the latest drivers updated, it is highly possible, even likely, that it will be on even footing with AMD’s offering.
One more thing worthy of addressing are the rumors that the 1070 TI would not be overclockable. Current speculation maintains that the 1070 TI offers a base speed of 1607 MHz and a boosted speed of 1683 MHz boost. If true, this means that the 1070 TI would offer about 8.1 teraflops. However, the current benchmark reports contradict these rumors by alleging a speed of 1886 MHz meaning the card would offer 9.07 teraflops which would imply that the card can be overclocked if you so desire.
The 1070 TI will be available at retailers on October 26th and is currently expected to cost about $429 so we should have all of our answers regarding this card’s capabilities within a couple of weeks time.
Eric is an avid tech junkie, gamer, and comic fan. When he's not working on his PC, you'll find him at your local comic book shop.