No changes were made to the 3060 Ti. We wanted to provide results akin to opening a box and putting the card into your system. All games were set to their highest graphical settings, excluding motion blur. We ran the benchmarks for the various games multiple times, and the data shown are the averages of all runs done. Benchmarking was done using the MSI Afterburner benchmarking tool to log the information.
GTA was a bizarre game to benchmark, encountering weird stutters during some of the benchmarking at 1080p and crashes randomly throughout 1080p and 1440p testing. Ended up running this on DirectX10 rather than DirectX11 as 11 was causing a lot of the issues. The 1080p 1% Low was consistently low throughout all the benchmarking. The 1440p 1% Low had high variance, going from 6-55.4 FPS. The most surprising part was the 4K benchmark, delivering consistent 80FPS for the 1% Low, and experienced no crashes or stutters. One thing to note is the CPU Bottleneck at 1080p and 1440p, and 4k would be the recommended resolution to be aiming for.
Frametimes are as follow, 1080p; 5.36ms | 1440p; 5.31ms | 4k; 7.25ms
Hitman 2 was a more standard benchmark with expected results based on previous benchmarks. High framerates at all resolutions and still acceptable frame rate at 4k 60FPS. The 1% Low for 1080p and 1440p is consistent with previous benchmarks. We attribute the similarity to the game engine.
Frametimes are as follow, 1080p; 7.56ms | 1440p; 9.37ms | 4k; 17.01ms
Average FPS was excellent, which makes the 3060Ti great at all resolutions to use. Seeing a consistent 1%, Low was weird and couldn’t reproduce this on another test bench with a different GPU. This is great to ensure that, at the minimum, you see 60FPS.
Frametimes are as follow, 1080p; 6.16ms | 1440p; 7.39ms | 4k; 10.51ms
Horizon Zero Dawn is the most standard of results for our benchmarks. Lower resolution for more frames at both average and 1% Low. Also, in the most demanding game that we benched, everything looked great at 1080p and 1440p. This game did stutter a bit at 4K and probably would be pushing the limit at 4k 60FPS gaming.
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