OctaneBench is not a gaming benchmark at all, but just a graphics rendering engine that supports computational algorithms like NVIDIA CUDA or Metal for Intel and AMD chips.
Since the test supports RTX acceleration, the ranking is completely led by NVIDIA RTX, including the enthusiast models 4090 and 4080, and recently a result from GeForce RTX 4070 Ti.
The GeForce RTX 4070 Ti is a high-end graphics accelerator due out next year based on the AD104 core with 7680 CUDA cores and 12GB of GDDR6X memory.
Based on the data from the OctaneBench 2020.1 software test results, the graphics card scored 725 points, which is 5% more, than the RTX 3090 Ti, the top graphics accelerator based on the Ampere architecture. A score of 100 corresponds to 100% performance of the GTX 980 graphics card, while the RTX 4070 Ti is also over 7x faster than this old Maxwell GM204 based instance in this test.
It should be noted that these are only scores, and it is not clear if the card worked with a non-standard configuration when overclocked.
The press is currently testing the RTX 4070 Ti graphics cards, and these results are most likely due to a leak. Reviews will be published on January 4, and the official start of sales is scheduled for January 5.