2060 super good enough for 4 years? playing 1080 medium setting
both $200 overpriced mens
6800XT better bang for buck, better software, better latency reduction? is it really a competition?
there are rumors that DLSS 3.0 will have support for every game, without having to be actually implemented. as you use 1440p that should be a major factor and nvidia will obviously win. if you want to buy it now i would spend the 50$ more to buy the nvidia because of that.
hands down RTX 3080
this isnt even up to debate!
Depends on what you want. RTX 3080 might give you slight boost in FPS but its a 50$ dollar price difference. So you have to choose between saving 50$ or getting a slight increase in fps. Thats pretty much it.
I'll personally go for the 3080, although for the first time, i'm picking the new AMD processors, that Ryzen 9 5900X looks absolute killer.
But like you said, availability is being a bitch, i'm waiting since September for one 3080 and so far haven't been lucky, pretty sure everything is going to settle down in 2021
nvidia still wins with the feautures but amd is there
My guess is that next generation of amd is going to be much better but so far its good. I expected more from amd tho but considering they lunched cpu and gpu's in same year im not dissapointed. Now i dont know which one to buy. My guess is ill go for 3070 but ill wait for vulkan drivers.
GT 710 >>>>>>>>RTX 3080 & 6800XT
RTX >>> even tho I don't know the price of the 6800XT, next gen AMD gpu will probably beat Nvidia, so don't buy anything yet and wait 1/2 years for next gen, same for CPU better wait intel response and 5nm AMD
They will release 3060Ti soon which is better than 2080super they say
Well, if my country currency was 1 dollar = 1 R$ , I would buy the rtx 3090.
But I live in a shitty 3rd world country, so 1 dollar = R$ 5,50 + lots of taxes + retailer profit , so you get abomination prices like rtx 3090 = $ 20.000,00
I'm saving up some money to buy the rtx 3070 (gonna pay like $4.000,00)
tbh i think the 6800xt is more practical for most people. Most people want 1080p/1440p performance not 4k RT.
Ray tracing, DLSS 2.0 + good drivers. NVIDIA easily. AMD maybe in the future.
I don't have a Radeon 6800 XT but I had one of previous gen and I sold it after a month and a half...
While AMD CPUs are definitely better for office and working (64+ cores doesn't mean better performance on gaming), AMD GPU are great for broke kids and computer noobies...
Definitely better for your wallet, and if you only play cs go there is no reason to go for an expensive and out of stock 3000s.
-AMD drivers are not always updated while Nvidia does it each time a new game comes out. Nvidia fix graphic glitches and performance faster than game devs. Most devs just wait for the Nvidia update to fix performance for them. You can manage your control panel for each game individually easily. AMD? lag and outdated fiesta... Control panel is clunky and unintuitive.
- Software is crap / non existant, while G force software keeps you up to date and let's you do everything (like optimising all your games settings easily, but also recording, streaming, and screenshotting without UI), AMD well, it's better if you don't use anything and do it the old fashioned way.
-Nvidia is great for AAA game and overclocking, while ADM is noisy, and temperatures will be of charts.
imo 3070 is better for a good price
I only play 1080p so other cards are overkill
Buy nvidia , the rtx 3000 series gpu are better because of better software, DLSS big pro as amd has no such feature, so u can run 4k on a 3070 with 60+fps on games like rdr2 and according to linustechtips rtx>rx in csgo
A huge factor that you should take into account is the stability of the drivers
When they released the RX5700 and later RX5700XT, AMD had huge issues with the stability of their cards. I know what I'l talking about, I had GPU crash on some games like Monster Hunter Worlds every 4 hours of playtime, forced me to reboot the computer.
It's normal for a GPU to not be stable immediately after release, but in the case of my RX5700XT it lasted around 6 months before these crashes were fixed.
Now it's all good and my 5700XT works great, but man I was really mad back then when I had paid 400 euros for a GPU that crashed everyday during months
Next year there will be Ti / Super versions of RTX 3000s GPU.
The 3080 is out of stock atm, and 6800 XT have great perfs but nothing too fancy. Also have lower price/performance rating than 5600 XT when it came out (less interesting than previous GEN)... 6800 XT is expensive for an AMD (with outdated and clunky drivers and no software).
If I were you I'd just wait for Ti / super to comes out.
"amd should be cheaper"
by 3% here, insane discount really
I still have a 1070 and I feel it is plenty good for 1080p gaming on high/ultra at 60fps. The only game that is struggling with 60 on high is rdr2 for me. Kind of want to upgrade but then again I see little point in doing so
3080: 300+ W TDP, can be used for heating the room in winter :)
i would go with nvidia tbh just because there is so much more utility compared to amd rn
watch linus tech tips video on it
3080 is WAY too overpowered for 99% of the task, and if you want to use it for the remaining 1% the Vram is not enough. Buying 3080 imo is a bad idea, a 3070 is more budget friendly, and should be enough even for 4k gaming, if you lower the settings
Im building a lot of pcs, and I HATE working with amd cards, they are unstable, has a lot of software issues, and also OpenCL is not really used. Just buy the 3070, or wait for 3070ti
If you do not care about ray tracing, then 6800XT it is. It will also age better than 3080 because of 16GB VRAM vs 10GB.
AMD will add its equivalent to DLSS later on this year or in 2021. (it is called FideltyFX).
Radeons are also better for CS:GO and have Smart Access Memory if you are using AMD CPU
if you are not into RayTracing AMD for sure
I'll personally wait for 3080 Ti with at least 12GB VRAM. I want the sweet GDDR6X plus DLSS 2.0. I'll pay the price for it but oh well...it want it all.
ps: perfect build right now 5600X plus 6800XT. ultimate gaming pc. only 6 cores but the performance is simply incredible.
I think for practical and regular gaming purposes AMD slightly wins and then with DLSS Nvidia wins but no one games on 4k. Also I have 3080 and its pretty great. I don't think you can go wrong with either card. I am slightly disappointed that it only has 10 gb of vram when the titan x I had from 2015 had 12 gigs. Too bad that card got fried and I was looking for a new one and was able to snag a 3080.
AMD is still just experimenting
get an nvidia card they know what they're doing
AMD is yet to provide an alternative to DLSS and I doubt that they can compete with it scince they didn't provide a hardware solution like the tensor cores. The 6800xt might beat the 3080 in a few titles but with a very small margin meanwhile in titles that support DLSS the performance is by far in favor of NVIDIA even the 3070 beats the 6800xt in this case not to mention that NVIDIA has much better raytracing performance just look at Port Royal or Minecraft RTX.
if you dont plan on using ray tracing their pretty much leveled just your prefered choice
i7 4790k 980ti - 1280x960 - 300-500fps.
While the RTX cards do cost a bit more than their respective competition except for the RTX 3070, the RTX cards do objectively perform better.
My 3080 is coming soon! Can’t wait
RTX 3080 for ray tracing and possibly for 4K
RX 6800 XT for 1440p and 1080p
RTX 3080 clear winner here.
6800 xt if ur a gamer who doesnt care about raytracing.
If u want 4k, raytracing and a closet streamer well clearly 3080 is the winner.
But lets be real, majority doesnt use 4k, raytracing and most arent streamers, but i do think the 6800 xt shud be 100 less than 3080 and 6800 shud drop 80 more in price.