The official ranking from OctaneBench now includes a single test result for the GeForce RTX 4070 Ti in the rendering benchmark. Although it may sound like a gaming benchmark, OctaneBench is really a graphics render engine that works with several computer interfaces, including NVIDIA CUDA and Metal on Intel and AMD hardware. NVIDIA RTX graphics, including the enthusiast-oriented RTX 4090 and RTX 4080 versions, occupy the whole top of the list (the benchmark supports RTX acceleration). Recently, an RTX 4070 Ti result was also included.
The NVIDIA RTX 4070 Ti is a future high-end GPU based on AD104. According to reports, it has 7680 CUDA cores and 12GB of GDDR6X memory. This will be the first desktop GPU to be released in 2023. According to the data gathered by the software, the card gets 725 points in OctaneBench 2020.1, which is 5% quicker than the RTX 3090 Ti, the most powerful desktop GPU based on the Ampere architecture. In this benchmark, a score of 100 corresponds to 100% of the performance of a GTX 980 graphics card; nevertheless, the RTX 4070 Ti is 7.25 times faster than this Maxwell GM204-based model.
But it’s important to remember that this is only a single score, and it’s not known whether or not the card was overclocked. Currently, reviewers are testing RTX 4070 Ti graphics cards, and it is probable that this benchmark leak originated from one of them. The official release date for the card is January 5; however, reviews will be released a day earlier.