Announced at CES 2022, the RTX 3070 Ti laptop GPU is yet to hit the market, but early benchmark results give us an idea of what kind of performance we can expect. According to leaked Geekbench results, the laptop’s GPU should perform similarly to an Nvidia Titan RTX desktop card.
The Geekbench entry , originally published by ITHome (via Wccftech ), was recorded on an MSI Vector GP66-12UGS with an Intel Core i7-12700H processor and 16GB of DDR4 memory. Judging by the input, the card will offer a clock speed of 1.5 GHz and 46 SM with 5888 CUDA cores.
The system was tested in the Geekbench OpenCL benchmark, scoring 124220 points. That’s about the same as the average Titan RTX desktop graphics card or RTX 3080 laptop GPU (including Max-Q and Max-P models), despite the latter having 256 fewer CUDA cores. Comparing the OpenCL score of the RTX 3070 Ti laptop GPU to its desktop counterpart, the laptop version is about 15% slower.
The RTX 3070 Ti laptops will hit the market starting February 1, starting at $1,499. Nvidia has claimed a performance boost of up to 70% over the RTX 2070 Super, but judging by the Geekbench results, that figure could be a little behind – time will tell!