On October 2, NVIDIA announced that the RTX 3070’s launch date would be extended from October 8 to October 29. The reason is to produce more graphics cards (isn’t it to clean up more inventory?). )。 To calm the mood, NVIDIA this morning released a game performance comparison of the RTX 3070, with RTX 2070 and RTX 2080 Ti participating in the pair of graphics cards.
There are 11 test projects, including 9 games and 2 productivity projects. Three games, Control, Minework, and German Headquarters: New Bloodline, turned on ray tracing, but did not mention whether DLSS was turned on or the resolution of the test (guess 2K).
Media videocardz aggregated game test data, based on RTX 2070, RTX 2080 Ti performance percentage of 155%, while RTX 3070 reached 168%.
The RTX 3070 is 8% stronger than the RTX 2080 Ti. That’s somewhat unexpected for most players, after it was widely circulated that the RTX 3070 was slightly weaker than the RTX 2080 Ti.
The parameters of the RTX 3070 are no secret, and this GPU is based on the GA104-300 core and has 6 sets of GPCs, 46 SM units with a total of 5888 stream processors, 96 ROPs, 184 texture units, and 184 third-generation Tensor Cores. Core base frequency 1500MHz, Boost frequency 1725MHz. Equipped with 8GB GDDR6 memory, 14GHz memory frequency, 256Bit bit width, bandwidth 448GB/s, TDP 220W.