RTX 2070 Benchmark Leaked

The Time Spy benchmark is designed for testing DirectX 12 performance. The rig consist of GeForce RTX 2070 and an Intel Core i7-8700K CPU clocked at 3.7 GHz. In the benchmark results, the GeForce RTX 2070 has a boost clock speed of 1950 MHz, compared to 1710 MHz on the Founders Edition RTX 2070.

This first Nvidia GeForce RTX 2070 is leaked on a 3DMark benchmark run. It was discovered by Twitter user TUM APISAK. The only 3DMark Time Spy benchmark is done using a custom Zotac graphics card with almost exactly the same specs as the reference RTX 2070 model.

As for the results, the Zotac RTX 2070 GPU clocks in with a score of 8,151, making it somewhat faster than the previous generation GeForce GTX 1080 (~7500). Regarding the overclock at play here, the RTX 2070 looks to be approximately equal to the GTX 1080, or maybe a little faster.

GeForce RTX 2080 Ti GeForce RTX 2080 GeForce RTX 2070
GPU Architecture Turing Turing Turing
GPU TU102-300A-A1 TU104-400A-A1 TU106
Process Node 12nm NFF 12nm NFF 12nm NFF
CUDA Cores 4352 2944 2305
Tensor Cores 544 368 288
Core Clock 1350 MHz 1515 MHz 1410 MHz
Boost Clock 1545 MHz 1800 MHz 1620 MHz
RTX-OPS 10 Giga Rays/s 8 Giga Rays/s 6 Giga Rays/s
Memory Speed 14 GHz 14 GHz 14 GHz
Memory Interface 352-bit 256-bit 256-bit
Memory Bandwidth 616GB/s 448GB/s 448GB/s
TDP 285W 215W 185W
Power Input 2x 8-pin 1x 6-pin & 1x 8-pin 1x 8-pin
Founders Price $1199 $799 $599
Normal Price $999 $699 $499

In sessions of the GeForce RTX 2080 and GeForce RTX 2080 Ti, the benchmarker has previously tested those GPUs and scored 9,266 and 10,850 individually.

It’s a nice excursion for the GeForce RTX 2070, although only one benchmark on which to gauge this performance. The one wrinkle, of course, is the price. A GeForce RTX 2070 pre-order is going cost you roughly as much as a GeForce GTX 1080 Ti right now, and yet its benchmark performance comes in at around the same level as a GeForce GTX 1080.

The GeForce RTX 2070 is expected to launch worldwide from October 17th. As it currently stands it will be the cheapest available graphics card that supports real-time ray tracing.

Bony Nakhale
A developer by profession, I'm passionate about new PC Games, Technology, and Development techniques. I'm a thirty-something gamer living in India who decided it was time to share his thoughts, opinions, and ramblings about video games with the world.


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