NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4070 & 4060 Laptop GPUs show small improvement in OpenCL test

Published: 5th Jan 2023, 11:43 GMT   Comments

NVIDIA RTX 4070/4060 tested

Chinese news outlet ITHome has received the first performance figures for the upcoming GeForce RTX 40 mobile GPUs.

The site had already shared 3DMark score of the RTX 4060 before, which in many ways is more useful than Geekbench, but today the first synthetic scores were shared of the RTX 4070 GPU as well. NVIDIA announced both GPUs earlier this week, but the reviews are probably not to be published until we get closer to launch next month.

It looks like the scores were once again supplied by a company called Thunderobot, who clearly have no issue leaking stuff at this point. They tested two identical systems equipped with Intel’s new Core i9-13900HX 24-core CPU. Since this is an enthusiast laptop design, one could assume that higher TGP variants were used, but have they really?

NVIDIA RTX 4070/4060 in Geekbench, Source: ITHome

As a reminder, the RTX 4070 Laptop GPU features AD104 GPU with 4608 CUDA cores, combined with 8GB of GDDR6 memory. The RTX 4060, on the other hand, features AD106 GPU with 3072 cores, but the memory configuration, as well as max TGP, are the same, which in this case goes up to 115W.

The performance is actually not very good, which would suggest this is not the top TGP variant (the so-called Max-P model) of either of the cards. The Geekbench data for RTX 30 “Ampere” shows an average from all TGP variants, so it is likely even higher if only the top TGP models were used. In any case, either something is wrong with the driver or Geekbench OpenCL is not showing the strength of the Ada architecture in mobile form factor.

Geekbench GPU Performance
VideoCardz.comOpenCL API
GeForce RTX 3080 Ti Laptop GPUAMPERE
136008 (100%)
GeForce RTX 3080 Laptop GPUAMPERE
125425 (92%)
GeForce RTX 3070 Ti Laptop GPUAMPERE
119528 (88%)
GeForce RTX 4070 Laptop GPUADA
114074 (84%)
GeForce RTX 3070 Laptop GPUAMPERE
111833 (82%)
GeForce RTX 4060 Laptop GPUADA
101850 (75%)
GeForce RTX 3060 Laptop GPUAMPERE
92420 (68%)

Officially, GeForce RTX 4070/4060/4050 GPUs are to launch on February 22nd, while high-end RTX 4090/4080 models are to launch 2 weeks sooner. Hopefully, Thunderobot will leak gaming and 3DMark scores of the same GPUs soon.

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 40 Mobile Series Specs
VideoCardz.comGPUCUDA CoresBoost ClockMemoryTGP
RTX 4090AD103
 
9728
 
2.04 GHz
 
16GB G6 256b
 
80-150W
RTX 4080AD104
 
7424
 
2.28 GHz
 
12GB G6 192b
 
60-150W
RTX 4070AD106
 
4608
 
2.18 GHz
 
8GB G6 128b
 
35-115W
RTX 4060AD107
 
3072
 
2.37 GHz
 
8GB G6 128b
 
35-115W
RTX 4050AD107
 
2560
 
2.37 GHz
 
6GB G6 96b
 
35-115W

Source: ITHome/Thunderobot




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