Geekbench: GeForce RTX 3060 Ti is almost as fast as Radeon RX 6800 in OpenCL benchmark

Published: 30th Nov 2020, 11:58 GMT   Comments

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 Ti tails Radeon RX 6800

Geekbench has updated its official OpenCL benchmark charts, which usually happens around the same time a new graphics card is announced. The OpenCL chart has been updated with the GeForce RTX 3060 Ti, the upcoming Ampere GA104 model from NVIDIA.

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 Ti Founders Edition, Source: VideoCardz

NVIDIA officially claims that the RX 3060 Ti will be faster than GeForce RTX 2080 SUPER and that so far has been reflected in other leaked benchmarks, such as 3DMark TimeSpy and Firestrike.

The Geekbench team has not yet updated its CUDA and Vulkan charts, so we only have the OpenCL chart for comparison. According to the data, the Radeon RX 6800 featuring Navi 21 XL GPU with 60 Compute Units is 0.6% faster than RTX 3060 Ti. This value is within the margin of error and it is likely to change as soon as more reviewers and customers get hands on the new graphics card.

We have already shared the benchmark results from Geekbench for this particular SKU last week. The score was slightly different, but unlike the new info from Geekbench, it was only based on a single run. The new chart, on the other hand, is always generated for at least 5 independent runs.

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 Ti Founders Edition reviews will go live tomorrow with custom model reviews following a day later. The graphics card will officially launch on the same day (December 2nd) at the price of 399 USD. That said, it is probably a good idea to wait for independent reviews featuring games before making final judgments.

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 Ti, Source: Geekbench

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 Series
VideoCardz.comRTX 3090RTX 3080RTX 3070RTX 3060 TiRTX 2080 SUPER
Picture
Reference BoardPG132 SKU 30PG132 SKU 10PG142 SKU 10PG190 SKU 10PG180 SKU 40
GPU8nm GA102-3008nm GA102-2008nm GA104-3008nm GA104-20012nm TU104-450
Die Size
 
628 mm2
 
628 mm2
 
392 mm2
 
392 mm2
 
545 mm2
Transistors
 
28.3 B
 
28.3 B
 
17.4 B
 
17.4 B
 
13.6 B
CUDA Cores
 
10496
 
8704
 
5888
 
4864
 
3072
Tensor Cores
 
328
 
272
 
184
 
152
 
384
RT Cores
 
82
 
68
 
46
 
38
 
48
Base Clock
 
1395 MHz
 
1440 MHz
 
1500 MHz
 
1410 MHz
 
1650 MHz
Boost Clock
 
1695 MHz
 
1710 MHz
 
1725 MHz
 
1665 MHz
 
1815 MHz
Shader Perf.
 
35.6 TFLOPS
 
29.8 TFLOPS
 
20.3 TFLOPS
 
16.2 TFLOPS
 
11.2 TFLOPS
Memory
 
24 GB G6X
 
10 GB G6X
 
8 GB G6
 
8 GB G6
 
8 GB G6
Memory Clock
 
19.5 Gbps
 
19 Gbps
 
14 Gbps
 
14 Gbps
 
15.5 Gbps
Memory Bus
 
384-bit
 
320-bit
 
256-bit
 
256-bit
 
256-bit
Max Bandwidth
 
936 GB/s
 
760 GB/s
 
448 GB/s
 
448 GB/s
 
497 GB/s
Thermal Design
 
350W
 
320W
 
220W
 
~180-200W
 
250W
MSRP
 
$1,499
 
$699
 
$499
 
< $399
 
< $699
Release DateSep 24th, 2020Sep 17th, 2020Oct 29th, 2020Dec 2nd, 2020Jul 23th, 2019

Source: Geekbench OpenCL Chart




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