In this article, I would like to provide you with my results for the RTX 4070 Ti Benchmarks for Apex Legends. I provided a graph above that shows the summary of the benchmark results. For 1080P resolution, you can expect somewhere in the neighborhood of 290 FPS (frames per second). 1440P resolution will net approximately 230 FPS. And 4K will result in roughly 140 FPS. These results are quite impressive for FPS results, especially compared to other games on similar graphics cards like COD MW3 and Baldur’s Gate 3 (Intel A770 – Granted the RTX 4070 Ti is a superior GPU). In terms of the build I use, please see the section below of my review on the build. Further on in this article, I will talk about the system requirements for Apex Legends along with the results for each resolution specifically.
Review of the RTX 4070 Ti Build – Skytech Azure 2
The specific SKU used for this build is the Skytech Azure 2 (ST-NEBULA-0716-B-SK).
The Skytech Azure comes paired with an Intel i5 13600K processor. This processor is a 13th gen processor (currently 14th gen is on the market but brand new). You can overclock with this processor but it’s probably not going to be needed. You also get a whopping 32GB of DDR5 5200MHz RAM, which is the new type of memory speed on the market and very fast compared to DDR4. It of course has the NVIDIA RTX 4070 Ti as well.
The one thing I would say that this build could use more of is hard drive capacity. You can never have enough storage and especially if this is your second or third build and are bringing in more data from previous PCs, you will likely need more storage. I would recommend an external hard drive like the Buffalo LinkStation. It comes with 2TB of usable data after RAID 1 (drive mirroring – 4TB RAW).
About the RTX 4070 Ti
The RTX 4070 Ti is the newest generation of gaming graphics cards from NVIDIA. This GPU is specifically an upgrade from the RTX 3070 Ti. NVIDIA provides a good comparison chart on its website, but essentially, this GPU provides a ton more horsepower than even the RTX 3080 (12GB) GPU with about 25% less power consumption. Comparatively though, it is a lot more expensive today than the RTX 3070 Ti or RTX 3080, which is exactly why I try to get my hands on this through a prebuilt PC. Prebuilt manufacturers are able to take advantage of economies of scale and have buying power, which is passed on to their customers.
What I really love about NVIDIA GPUs though, is that they always keep their drivers up to date and have the least problems when it comes to dealing with bugs from games. Driver issues are annoying and not fun to deal with after you spent hard earned cash on the latest GPU and game. NVIDIA does the best with drivers, hands down.
RTX 4070 Ti – Benchmark at 4K Resolution
The RTX 4070 Ti did a great job at 4K resolution. I was surprised by how fast Apex Legends performed on maximum graphics settings. It felt like gaming at 1080P but had the immersive graphics that 4K provides.
RTX 4070 Ti – Benchmark at 1440P Resolution
Again the performance of the RTX 4070 Ti on 1440P resolution did not disappoint. Achieving 200+ FPS on 1440P resolution definitely felt like you had the competitive advantage. The graphics were turned up to maximum settings and the performance was great. No issues.
RTX 4070 Ti – Benchmark at 1080P Resolution
Honestly, it was only curiosity that led me to try 1080P resolution after experiencing the performance at 1440P and 4K resolution. Hitting almost 300 FPS on Apex Legends was cool to see but I couldn’t notice any difference from 1440P. Maybe subconsciously. This card really isn’t meant for 1080P resolution on Apex Legends. So, if this is your game of choice and 1080P is what you prefer to game at this build is going to be overpowered for you.