Thankfully, the Internet has delivered as always with a 3DMark Timespy score spotted by serial-tipster Tum Apisak. According to the leaked benchmark, the Zotac version of the Nvidia RTX 2070 supposedly delivered a score of 8,151 points.
If the score is real, that would put this card a full 1,000 points above the 7,194-point score we recorded from our own Nvidia GTX 1080.
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The GeForce RTX 2070 seems worryingly weak compared to the rest of the Nvidia Turing line of GPUs. Its especially odd given that the GPU was purportedly running at a significant 1,950MHz overclock during testing – much higher than its traditional 1,410MHz to 1,620MHz frequencies.
From this leaked data, it seems the user tested the RTX 2070 with an Intel Core i7-8700K processor running at stock speeds, which may have added an unnecessary bottleneck.
Of course, we're going to take these numbers with a grain of salt, because there are a lot of unknowns surrounding these leaked benchmark numbers. You can also expect our own Nvidia GeForce RTX 2070 review to post soon with TechRadar-verified test results.
- We're hoping Intel Coffee Lake Refresh processors will pair perfectly with these GPUs
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