On a Journey called Life :P
I was planning to wait for 3080ti thinking it will be around 90k mark. Thank god made the right choice
Whaaattt? AMD is most competitive if you consider the past 5 years & is really in a very good position bar DLSS & RT. Problem is that AMD is ever worse in terms of availability which is causing these prices.Nvidia always does this because the competition is non-existent from AMD in the GPU sphere.
Well, what do they say than?Well the numbers do not say that.
For overall prowness, I have seen a real-time experience where in I played on two systems at the same time with RT Off. I felt the frames were a bit more linear on the RTX 3090 as compared to 6900XT. If it was gaming only and this GPU was under 1L, I would have bought it but RTX 3090 also helps me with GRID, which is something I need to run my Virtual machines on at a very cheap price because the Quadro GPU are at a very high price level.Well, what do they say than?
I am referring Steve's( from HU) 6900XT review here. You can clearly see that, 6900XT is faster than a 3090 in both 1080p(10 fps delta) as well as 1440p(4 fps delta), whereas it is slower at 4k (6 fps delta) in raster performance. How is that not competitive? If you are only talking about RT performance, it is definitely not competitive but I don't see it being the decided factor for anyone specially in the current market.
Both of these companies are simply overpricing their products because they know they can get away with it as long as shortages last. Point is, AMDs competitiveness or the lack of it is not the reason for the current prices. It was the reason in RTX2XXX series but not this time.