At it’s peak, the card posted a cumulative average of 63.9 frames per second among the three batch runs (normal, medium, and heavy), for a score of 6,200, as shown above.
There are multiple benchmark runs posted by the same user. On the low end, the mystery card averaged 59 frames per second, for a score of 5,800 at the same Crazy 4K preset. How does that compare to NVIDIA’s offerings? Let’s have a look…
To make the comparison as fair as possible, we limited the sorting to test runs with a Core i9-9900K, at the same resolution and same DirectX 11 setting. However, there are all kinds of variables that can affect scores, when the testbeds and are different.
That said, in one of the Twitter threads discussing the latest AOTS benchmark leaks, prominent leaker @_rogame points out that both Navi 21 and Navi 22 are coming, and only one of them is Big Navi.
“Navi 22 SKUs should compete with 3060 Ti / 3070 / 3070 Ti. Navi 22 SKUs should compete with 3080 and up,” he says.
If the leaked results above are from a Navi 21 part, then performance parity with a GeForce RTX 2080 Ti is fine. But if those scores are Big Navi (and the results prove to be an accurate reflection of performance), then NVIDIA will retain the performance crown for another round. We’ll have to wait and see, though.