Wednesday, October 18th 2017

NVIDIA GTX 1070 Ti 3DMark Benchmark Results Appear Online

NVIDIA's GeForce 10 series, codenamed Pascal, has been in the market since May of 2016. NVIDIA released both the GTX 1080 and the GTX 1070 using TSMC's new manufacturing 16nm FinFet technology. When they debuted, the GTX 1070 became a popular choice among gamers initially because it was the more budget friendly option between the two. Earlier this year, NVIDIA released the GTX 1080 Ti primarily aimed at the higher-end enthusiast crowd.

We have reported about the soon-to-be launched GTX 1070 Ti before, and we also saw a render of the Gigabyte offering yesterday. Adding to the fervor today, benchmark results for the GTX 1070 Ti emerged for 3DMark Fire Strike Extreme and Time Spy on the web. Although rumored to not overclock well, the GTX 1070 Ti paints a pretty picture for those looking to upgrade their gaming rigs. According to these early leaks, the GTX 1070 Ti bests AMD's Radeon RX Vega 56 in the Time Spy benchmark in both Turbo and Balanced modes for the latter, while trading blows in Fire Strike Extreme in balanced mode and losing to it in Turbo mode. Keep in mind, these are early leaks and more are sure to come as we inch closer to its release.

Source: VideoCardz
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21 Comments on NVIDIA GTX 1070 Ti 3DMark Benchmark Results Appear Online

#1
Dave65
Don't look like much of an upgrade over the 1070, but since I just woke up and haven't had coffee yet:)

I guess it all comes down to pricing as usual..
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#2
Chloe Price
Well, it has 512 shaders more than the original 1070, which is a nice boost.

But if it's priced close to 1080, I see no sense for getting a 1070 Ti.

edit: Also, I want to see gaming tests, not any synthetic crap.
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#3
Dave65
9700 Pro said:
Well, it has 512 shaders more than the original 1070, which is a nice boost.

But if it's priced close to 1080, I see no sense for getting a 1070 Ti.

edit: Also, I want to see gaming tests, not any synthetic crap.
Agreed!
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#4
dj-electric
The sad thing is that where u live now, and i got some prices, i will have to pay 50$ more on a gigabyte 1070 ti than i payed for my 1080.

Sad times
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#5
P4-630
The Way It's Meant to be Played
On par with an OC'd 1070? No?
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#6
bug
Dave65 said:
Don't look like much of an upgrade over the 1070, but since I just woke up and haven't had coffee yet:)

I guess it all comes down to pricing as usual..
It's not meant as an upgrade from 1070.
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FYFI13
bug said:
It's not meant as an upgrade from 1070.
Exactly! Plus, in gaming tests it will smash Vega 56. AMD always doing great in synthetic tests and not so much when it comes to actual games.
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#8
Basard
P4-630 said:
On par with an OC'd 1070? No?
Or like an underclocked 1080... :cool:
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P4-630
The Way It's Meant to be Played
Basard said:
Or like an underclocked 1080... :cool:
If they really limit the OC capabilities of these cards, you might as well buy a regular 1070 and OC it if you need more fps.
Or just buy a 1080.
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#10
trog100
i did read somewhere that this not quite a 1080 is connected to a possible shortage of the faster memory used on the real 1080 and 1080 TI cards..

its intended to slightly beat the vega 56 and cannibalize some 1080 sales at the same time.. i expect the price to be very near the 1080 price.. for things to make any sense at all it has to be..

trog
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#11
bug
trog100 said:
i did read somewhere that this not quite a 1080 is connected to a possible shortage of the faster memory used on the real 1080 and 1080 TI cards..

its intended to slightly beat the vega 56 and cannibalize some 1080 sales at the same time.. i expect the price to be very near the 1080 price.. for things to make any sense at all it has to be..

trog
Neah. Its overclockability is kept in check precisely because it's not meant to encroach on the 1080. It's just meant to be faster than Vega 56.
An otherwise pointless product if you ask me, but a faster card never hurt anyone.
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#12
Vayra86
This card isn't even close to a 1080 relatively. Pretty sad numbers tbh.
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#13
B-Real
FYFI13 said:
Exactly! Plus, in gaming tests it will smash Vega 56. AMD always doing great in synthetic tests and not so much when it comes to actual games.
False. Given the 1070Ti results so far (halfway in AoTS bw 1070 and 1080 and closer to 1070 than to 1080 in 3DMark), and already known Techpowerup benchmarks of Vega56 being about 6-7% faster than 1070 in 1440P and 10% in 4K, a 1070 Ti should be on par or be 1-2% faster than a Vega56. So your "smash" will not happen, sorry.
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#14
P4-630
The Way It's Meant to be Played
B-Real said:
False........[..].. So your "smash" will not happen, sorry.
LOL! :D:p

B-Real and wait...;)
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#15
B-Real
P4-630 said:
LOL! :D:p

B-Real and wait...;)
Sure mate, we will see, but those numbers don't tell me any other possibilites right now. :) There are only 2 real questions in my opinion:
1. What will be the price? I mean, they say a 430$ MSRP, but it won't come in reference, so will the custom cards add a 40-50$ extra, getting it around 500$?
2. As you already asked, the OC capabilities. And I mean manual OC. Can they somehow disable or limit it?

Overall, if someone waited for Vega56 and haven't bought it yet, I really doubt many will choose the 1070Ti, but they will choose between a 1070 or a Vega56.
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#16
chief-gunney
The thing is, Vega is very hot and needs power but the performance is there. It just needs to be water cooled to get at it. My Vega 56 with EK block does over 11400 on firestrike extreme, and it's a very ordinary chip. If the 1070ti can get better than that performance then it's a good card to get.
From what I've been reading from Vega owners and their cards performance , only the 1080ti beats Vega and that gap appears to be closing too.
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#17
bug
chief-gunney said:
The thing is, Vega is very hot and needs power but the performance is there. It just needs to be water cooled to get at it. My Vega 56 with EK block does over 11400 on firestrike extreme, and it's a very ordinary chip. If the 1070ti can get better than that performance then it's a good card to get.
From what I've been reading from Vega owners and their cards performance , only the 1080ti beats Vega and that gap appears to be closing too.
It depends a lot on how you define "beats".
A higher score in 3DMark is one way to look at it, but can you do 4k on one card while the other one is stuck at 1440p? Can you enable AA on one when you can't on the other? Those are things I'd worry about more.
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#18
Chloe Price
I have a feeling that the rumoured OC lock could be bypassed. Does anyone remember the OC lock of some 9000 series Radeons back in the day? ATITool could bypass that for example.
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#19
bug
9700 Pro said:
I have a feeling that the rumoured OC lock could be bypassed. Does anyone remember the OC lock of some 9000 series Radeons back in the day? ATITool could bypass that for example.
Eh, back then you could unlock a 9500 (not all) to a 9700. Things have changed since then.
Plus, I'm not sure what overclocking means these days. Cards will increase their frequencies when they're not running hot even when configured at stock anyway.
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#20
trog100
bug said:
It depends a lot on how you define "beats".
A higher score in 3DMark is one way to look at it, but can you do 4k on one card while the other one is stuck at 1440p? Can you enable AA on one when you can't on the other? Those are things I'd worry about more.
it has about 10 % more grunt than a normal 1070 or 10 % less grunt than a normal 1080.. work out what that means yourself.. :)

trog
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#21
Basard
P4-630 said:
If they really limit the OC capabilities of these cards, you might as well buy a regular 1070 and OC it if you need more fps.
Or just buy a 1080.
I don't think they will. They will just limit how much Asus and MSI can set the out-of-the-box OC. Because you can OC all three of them about 15% from stock, so their OC performances will fall in line when all is said and done. I'm not even sure they will "limit" them anymore than they limit their current lineup. It's fake news:roll:.
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