As we get closer to the alleged release of Nvidia’s RTX 3060Ti, new benchmarks of this SKU have emerged in the Ashes of The Singularity and Geekbench 4 and 5 databases.
Starting with the Ashes of The Singularity benchmark results, the RTX 3060Ti scored 7900 points on the Crazy_1080p preset. The benchmarked system also had an Intel Core i7-8700K and 32GB of RAM.
Comparing this result with similar systems with an RTX 3070 (9000), an RX 6800 (9500), and an RX 6800XT (10100), the RTX 3060Ti does fall behind. The RTX 3070 seems to be about 14% faster, while the RX 6800 is about 20% faster. The Radeon RX 6800 XT increases this difference to almost 28%.
Geekbench 4/5 results were brought to our attention by @TUM_APISAK. These Geekbench 5 scores seem to be from an MSI card, while the Geekbench 4 scores were from an Asus one. Unfortunately, we don’t know what models were used in these benchmark runs. But we know that the MSI card was paired with a Ryzen 7 5800X and 32GB of ram at 3000MHz, while the Asus card was in a system powered by an Intel Core i9-10900K with 16GB at 3600MHz.
One important thing to note is that these benchmarks confirm the boost frequency of the RTX 3060Ti, which seems to be 1670MHz. The Nvidia RTX 3060Ti hasn’t been announced yet, but rumours point to a launch on December 2nd.
KitGuru says: Are many of you waiting on Nvidia’s RTX 3060 series before upgrading? What do you think of these early performance results?