aka_STEVE_bWell, from everything I read - the AMD cards generally do better slightly , EXCEPT for Ray Tracing tasks...
SajinPretty sure 3dmark catches those if they have been changed from default.
rjohnson11Very interesting info. I have to say that my RX 6900 XT is a very good video card. I'll run some more tests on it after I receive my household goods.
Apollo1321The 6900xt's destroy nvidia in firestrike tests as well. I was so tempted to get the oc formula or red devil ultimate. I'm glad I didn't as they have finally dropped from nearly $3000 down to $1999. I've seen them go on sale to around $1800 ish lately.
evga1081AMD drivers tend to age their cards like fine wine. Unfortunately, NVIDIA has too much of headstart, and by the time AMD it is there we’re another few generations ahead.
rjohnson11evga1081AMD drivers tend to age their cards like fine wine. Unfortunately, NVIDIA has too much of headstart, and by the time AMD it is there we’re another few generations ahead.NVIDIA does have a headstart. In my opinion AMD needs to make high end cards that are capable of playing all games at the highest resolution smoothly. They don't need to try and outperform NVIDIA.
transdogmifierGenerally speaking I look for a card I'm comfortable with. And 100% of the time over the last 2 decades that's been NV cards. I've hated Radeons since they were ATi. They've been crap...and to me they always will be. Your mileage may vary. I am uncomfortable buying ATi (yes, I know it's AMD) cards. Edit: Buying a card which 'wins' in synthetic benchmarks and provides maybe 3 to 5% increases in real world usage ..? Nope, not worth it. I'll buy something that's alwaysbeen rock solid for me.