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RTX 3080 vs 6800 XT
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Czech Republic CyberBOT 
So, what do you gents think about the new generation of GPU's? I'm pretty stoked that there's actual competition for nVidia again, and as I'm looking to upgrade, the RTX 3080 and Radeon 6800 XT are looking quite spicy to me. At the oment I'm kind of torn between the two. AMD should be cheaper, have pretty much the same performance at 1440p (my resolution of choice). I don't much care for Ray Tracing (RTX is better, 2nd gen vs 1st gen), so the only deciding factor might be DLSS, price ,availability of the cards, and availability of water blocks. What do you lads think?
2020-11-19 12:36
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Le bump
2020-11-19 13:40
Both vaporwave
2020-11-19 13:41
5 replies
You mean vapor chamber? Doesn't matter, I'll be water cooling the card, regardless of vendor.
2020-11-19 13:55
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No. I mean you can't buy them anywhere, so it basically don't exist yet.
2020-11-19 15:10
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#136
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Spain SS_SS
thats not vaporwave, i think you are thinking of "smoke and mirrors" :)
2020-12-02 12:15
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Ah, the correct term I was looking for is vaporwaRe, men)
2020-12-02 12:36
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Spain SS_SS
makes sense)))
2020-12-02 12:37
2060 super good enough for 4 years? playing 1080 medium setting
2020-11-19 15:11
31 replies
More than enough, i have it and i can play on games at 1080p@140fps+
2020-11-19 15:38
30 replies
what cpu do you have bro? ram ? csgo 4;3 low setting fps? Coldwarzone high fps?
2020-11-19 16:07
17 replies
i5 9400f CSGO 4:3 1280*960 300-400 fps on most maps
2020-11-19 16:31
16 replies
im going for 2060 super 8gb and i5 10400 16 ram , good right?
2020-11-19 17:13
15 replies
dont buy it, or atleast now. It's too expensive.
2020-11-19 17:40
7 replies
did i say i care about price?
2020-11-19 18:29
6 replies
yes, you did.
2020-11-19 19:14
#123
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Kazakhstan Massaget
#100 what do you mean lol?
2020-11-24 07:31
why the fuck would you buy a card thats 2 times less powerful for the same price as the new 3060Ti that just started selling? actually yes go buy 2060S so there's more stock for people with brains
2020-12-02 11:25
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how the fuck , 3060ti is same price as 2060 super?
2020-12-02 11:32
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Both launched for $399. 2060S might be a few dollars cheaper now though, that is true. Still not worth it. You get 2080S (and better) performance with 3060Ti.
2020-12-02 11:36
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but 3060ti cant be same price here in turkey due , what can i do ?
2020-12-02 11:41
#97
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France 1Fuknow
take the ryzen 5 5600x instead
2020-11-20 11:49
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no money
2020-11-20 12:02
1 reply
its cheaper and better than i7 10700 youre getting so idk
2020-12-02 12:50
#145
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African Union fgxnNn
i haver5 5600x with 1660super depending on resolution fps is between 350-700
2020-12-02 19:05
Im currently using a 2060 SUPER with an i5 8500 and its working pretty darn well, still haven't tried watch dogs legion or other newer game though
2020-12-02 11:31
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ty for info im going i7 10700 with 2060
2020-12-02 11:35
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If you're looking for a GPU, maybe wait for the 3060 ti, might be a better price for the performance, though im not sure what cpu would bottleneck or about the psu power required
2020-12-02 11:39
Nice story bro
2020-11-19 16:08
11 replies
We're talking about 1080p not 4k here
2020-11-19 16:30
10 replies
Still nice story bro. You wont get nowhere near 140 FPS in GTA5 or any other open world game. I doubt u will even get that much in witcher 3
2020-11-19 16:31
9 replies
i actually do on the witcher 3 with extreme settings, tf you're talking about
2020-11-19 16:32
8 replies
Do a screen where you play witcher 3 full HD on extreme with steam fps counter. Liar
2020-11-19 16:53
7 replies
mad cuz shit pc
2020-11-19 21:20
6 replies
Not mad, its just weird to lie about your pc performance
2020-11-19 22:01
5 replies
Not really lying, im not on my PC so i cant give a screenshot and cba
2020-11-20 11:47
4 replies
Sure men, 2060 extreme witcher 3 140 FPS xaxaxaxaxa joke of the year pizdec 💩
2020-11-20 13:45
3 replies
1080p retard, also its a 2015 game
2020-11-20 18:11
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my rtx 3090 gets like 160-190 fps on 1080p with max settings and hairworks
2020-11-24 07:29
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Canada JC_123
both $200 overpriced mens
2020-11-19 15:12
6800XT better bang for buck, better software, better latency reduction? is it really a competition?
2020-11-19 15:13
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What exactly do you mean with better latency reduction? (source?) And there are a lot more people having problems with amd/radeon software.
2020-11-19 15:23
"better latency reduction" intel + nvidia = BEST LATENCY *proved* AMD chipsets and gpus got really bad latency
2020-11-19 15:29
3 replies
Radeon Anti-lag. tf outta here russki
2020-11-19 15:31
Nah bro. It's all the same. The only thing that matters is the FPS and the monitor/mouse. Should be no difference. Also AMD Anti-lag/nvidia ULLM is pretty much useless you're GPU limited.
2020-11-19 15:38
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+1
2020-11-19 19:06
Better software? No DLSS, Non-competitive ray tracing even on direct x ray tracing. NVidia is developing sam and they said it will be a driver upgrade for 30 series. NVidia are more powerful in 4K games with AMD getting better fps at 1080p. I must say I am thoroughly impressed with AMD CPU'S AND their GPU's becoming competitive, forcing NVidia to actually be competitive... but your right... is this even a competition?
2020-11-19 15:38
11 replies
this is a cs forum, nobody fucking cares about raytracing, also who is gonna play cs at 4k? 6800XT better latency and better CSGO fps.
2020-11-19 15:37
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The OP says he cares about DLSS, meaning he wants to play other games. What bubble do you live in? You said AMD has better software, wrong. You said it's a bigger bang for your buck, wrong. And you mention reduced latency because of anti lag? So basically an older GPU using AMD antilag or NVidia ULLM will do just fine for your uses... like comparing a next gen GPU and limiting its uses to CSGO is like buying a new computer for runescape. Stop being a delusional tard.
2020-11-19 15:44
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ok delusional brit gpucheck.com/compare/amd-radeon-rx-6800-.. ¨If, however, the benchmarks in this case are true, it does appear that the Radeon RX 6800 XT is the superior GPU for its price. It has 60% more VRAM storage, better overall performance, better energy efficiency, and it sells for 50 dollars cheaper.¨ source= premiumbuilds.com/comparisons/arx-6800-x..
2020-11-19 16:25
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2020-11-19 22:12
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hmm so a review overtakes real stock benchmarks? noted.
2020-11-20 19:10
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Ok bias confirmation confirmed. Why would they lie?
2020-11-20 21:15
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never said they lied. just said i trusted stock benchmarks more.
2020-11-20 21:33
I'm undecided if I care about DLSS. Not all the games support it, but it seems to improve fps in those that do by a decent margin. That being said, I'm not enrirely comfortable with upscaling, which is why it's probably gonna be decided by local stock and block availability. Also, AMD's version of DLSS is coming in a future driver update, it's just not ready now. We'll see how it performs. Raytracing is something I just don't care about right now, and I rather doubt that's going to change anytime soon. I'm the type of guy who optimizes game settings for visibility and performance, soemtimes at the cost of better visual quality. So unless I suddenly start to work on neural network development (which might happen, but it's kinda unlikely) I don't really need it. I agree on the 1080p AMD, 4K nvidia, but they're pretty even at 1440p. So here we are.
2020-11-19 22:10
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Well, youtu.be/jLVGL7aAYgY This video is a channel I often go for benchmarks and tear downs. It might help you :)
2020-11-19 22:26
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Oh yeah, Steve is a godsend, been watching him for years. I haven't seen this video when I made the thread :D
2020-11-21 13:34
AMD will get their own version of DLSS and raytracing is still weak on the 30 series... no way im gonna sacrifice 100+ fps to get 60 or less fps with raytracing... raytracing can look good in some scenes but most of the time its barely a difference and ur not going to look at a good looking specific scene 99% of the game. But the nvidia cards are indeed a more complete product, but if ur just gaming at 1080 which 99% are doing 6800 xt is just fine. No reason to have more if you never going to use it, its dx10, 11, 12 all over again.. yay my card has it but no games uses it until 2 years later where it matters... same thing with raytracing, it will most likely matter next gen for pc when fps isnt so shit.
2020-12-02 19:05
Better software??? LAMO you high as fuck... AMD drivers are buggy as fuck and there are literarily no software... I instantly ask for a refund because of that. Not even talking about bad overclocking, temperatures, and noise because everyone know that already....
2020-11-19 17:31
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weird flag bro, and also check temp gpucheck.com/compare/amd-radeon-rx-6800-.. do some research ?
2020-11-19 17:34
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Nobody buys stock GPUs BTW. These are stock temperatures. but Benchmark on my own personal setup (I don't like sellout / clickbait websites) : userbenchmark.com/PCBuilder/Custom/S1012.. Also : videocardbenchmark.net/high_end_gpus.htm.. Not only that, but next year there will be Ti / super version of 3030s, which will destroy 6800 XT even more... I'd just sit and wait for Ti /super right now...
2020-11-19 18:46
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tru tru
2020-11-19 19:07
Userbenchmark :D
2020-11-19 22:56
> I don't like sellout websites > Links userbenchmark pick one :D
2020-11-20 12:01
1 reply
+1111111
2020-11-24 07:18
bad overclocking? lmao 6800xt did take the oc crown with stock cooler tf are you talking about, and you are talking about temps and noise, wtf is this are we in 2011? you speak from broken record and don't know shit about recent products it seems.
2020-11-20 11:55
Majority who whine about amd drivers havent used amd cards the last 10 years. Problem now is so many actually been hearing it so much that everyone says it and thinks its still true till this day.
2020-12-02 18:55
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United Kingdom joaot
RTX 3080 FTW
2020-11-19 15:15
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.
2020-11-19 15:17
hands down RTX 3080 this isnt even up to debate!
2020-11-19 15:20
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.
2020-11-19 15:35
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DLSS on games that support it, isnt a slight boost though it's a big boost.
2020-11-19 15:45
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I doubt the difference is big. Benchmarks say otherwise
2020-11-19 16:06
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benchmarks prove that the difference is big.
2020-11-19 16:08
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Portugal MrPato
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
2020-11-19 15:44
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Brazil cadik
AMD OMEGALUL
2020-11-19 15:46
3 replies
Why omegalul? They clearly dominate CPU market right now and first gen of their graphics is actually pretty solid where is the problem?
2020-11-19 16:32
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Shitty driver, fixes that takes forever to come (the one from beginning of the year took several months, and the one before too), non existing software, no raytracing, no DLSS, no in game options like implemented Nvidia features : game devs prefer Nvidia, simply because Nvidia fix graphics and optimise in-game settings for them, sometimes even before the game comes out. But yeah all that doesn't appear on paper, and it look pretty legit... At least until Nvidia's Ti / super comes out... I thing AMD CPU are great because it doesn't require good driver, good software, good features and constant updates...
2020-11-20 20:22
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WOW company that has been in the shitter for years has not enough employees to make fast and efficient software? I AM SHOCKED.
2020-11-20 20:24
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.
2020-11-19 15:46
GT 710 >>>>>>>>RTX 3080 & 6800XT
2020-11-19 16:09
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JaCkz | 
France Freaz
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
2020-11-19 16:29
They will release 3060Ti soon which is better than 2080super they say
2020-11-19 16:54
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or 2070super
2020-11-19 16:54
rtx3080 is better my man
2020-11-19 17:25
nvidia better overall
2020-11-19 17:27
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)
2020-11-19 17:28
tbh i think the 6800xt is more practical for most people. Most people want 1080p/1440p performance not 4k RT.
2020-11-19 17:34
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You make a good point, but AMD performs very poorly with RT, so you'll have issues maintaning a stable frame rate down the line even at 1080p.
2020-11-19 17:37
Ray tracing, DLSS 2.0 + good drivers. NVIDIA easily. AMD maybe in the future.
2020-11-19 17:36
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. BUT: -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.
2020-11-19 17:53
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+1
2020-11-19 17:56
imo 3070 is better for a good price I only play 1080p so other cards are overkill
2020-11-19 17:56
2020-11-19 17:56
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
2020-11-19 17:59
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
2020-11-19 18:54
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.
2020-11-19 19:01
"amd should be cheaper" by 3% here, insane discount really
2020-11-19 18:59
#61
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Russia SW@G_2
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
2020-11-19 19:08
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United Kingdom Aelin
+1 exactly the same. NVIDIA's 3000 GPUs and AMD's Ryzen 5000 launching is the first time I've seriously considered upgrading in years. But, with AMD's 5nm looming, Intel's potential response, and NVIDIA's own response to AMD being competitive, next year we could potentially see an equally big generational performance increase. So I'm waiting a bit longer. :)
2020-11-20 21:36
#64
Dosia | 
Russia Rapu
3080: 300+ W TDP, can be used for heating the room in winter :)
2020-11-19 21:29
1 reply
even my 1060 is fine
2020-11-19 22:06
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
2020-11-19 22:05
3 replies
I did watch that. I also watched the one from Hardware Unboxed ( youtube.com/watch?v=ZtxrrrkkTjc 12:09 is a start of an overall comparison if you don't want to waste time). I wouldn't use most of the utilities anyway, which is why it's not as much of a factor for me.
2020-11-19 22:21
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yea i can see that if you're going for head on performance personally i think dlss will have some future impact and i like the beefed up hardware encoder that nvidia has, and tensor cores, etc
2020-11-20 03:03
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You're right, nvenc is also a pretty big factor to consider. Ooh, decisions, decisions
2020-11-21 13:32
Sooo 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
2020-11-19 22:16
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Yes, the 3070 is a better value option for sure, but I'm not really looking for a 'budget' option here. The new card will have to drive a 240Hz 1440p panel, So I don't mind spending the extra on a 3080/6800 XT. The 3090 is nonsense for me, as is probably the 6900 XT. The name is nice though I agree that AMD has a bit of a reputation with finnicky drivers, and while it's not nearly as bad as it used to be, nVidia still has a smoother user experience.
2020-11-19 22:27
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Im using multiple pcs with different gpus (im commuting between 2 places) And I have a 1080ti in my main setup, an rx 580 in my "little" setup, while my laptop has a 1650Ti. Currently im building a pc (that's what i do during corona) with a 5700xt, and TBH i would buy nVidia anyway. I know that the drivers are better for amd than it used to be, but nVidia is just better. The DLSS is pretty good. 1440p 240fps will be overkill for either cards now in a lot of titles, but simply go for 3080 when the prices will drop
2020-11-26 22:30
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
2020-11-19 22:19
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SAM is supported on the 5000 series, it's supposedly not coming to the 3000 series (which I'm using rn), but I did plan to upgrade to that anyway, so that's a non-issue. The thing with FIdelityFX is that I fear it's going to be like 1st gen DLSS, nit the current one. I'd be happy to be proven wrong though.
2020-11-19 22:23
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SAM will come to 3000 series as well as this is not a proprietary technology. nVidia already said that they are working on enabling similar stuff for both Intel and AMD CPUs, so this is not really a 5000 series thing
2020-11-19 22:25
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That's possible, but not confirmed atm. I'm reasonably sure that AMD will allow it in time, so far that hasn't happened.
2020-11-19 22:31
FIdelityFX will not be great from the start, I completely agree. But there are actually not that many games that support DLSS right now as well. So there will be a long road ahead of both companies. The dealbreaker in 1 or 2 years would be the 10GB VRAM on 3080 tbh. Will not be sufficient for cutting-edge games if you are into them.
2020-11-19 22:27
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Which is why I'm split but slightly in favor of AMD right now.
2020-11-19 22:31
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.
2020-11-19 22:22
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5600X plus 6800XT TRUE DAT
2020-11-19 22:28
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.
2020-11-19 22:23
AMD is still just experimenting get an nvidia card they know what they're doing
2020-11-19 22:28
5 replies
on what are they experimenting? There are like 10 independent reviews from competent YT where they confirm that rasterization performance in games at 6800XT is equal or better than 3080 (excluding RT or DLSS).
2020-11-19 22:29
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what's the point of excluding key features of the nvidia cards? DLSS is king bro literally doubles your fps in all games lol nvidia all the way stop with the "AMD is better if we don't look at this and that" bro nvidia has 100+1 features that AMD cards don't have and it's more supported
2020-11-19 22:46
2 replies
in which games are you enabling DLSS? Name a few
2020-11-19 22:50
1 reply
literally every new title
2020-11-19 22:52
even without RT or DLSS, RTX cards outperform the Big Navi cards
2020-11-20 19:14
#83
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Tunisia Wave1337
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.
2020-11-19 22:31
6 replies
Are you actually enabling RT in your games to have your FPS drop by 50% ?
2020-11-19 22:32
1 reply
don't even mind this poorkid
2020-11-19 22:52
Please look at this video - youtube.com/watch?v=ZtxrrrkkTjc As I stated above, I don't give a damn about RTX/RayTracing, and I am not entirely comfortable with DLSS, which is why I'm not decided yet.
2020-11-19 22:33
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#93
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Tunisia Wave1337
Whether you like raytracing or not it's now the norm for next gen games scince consoles support it. While it's an optional feature now you'll never know when it will be forced into the game engine and you can't turn it off (only reduce the quality) I'd say it will be the case in 2 years. In case of DLSS I totally agree that the first revision (1.x) was garbage it made the image blurry and it was cleary less appealing than native resolution, DLSS 2.0 however made a huge upgrade and actually made the image look better than native resolution (in quality mode) and added more visibility to ditails like small text just look how well it was implemented in Death Stranding and Control it has outstanding results even for 1080p and NVIDIA made it easy to be implemented in games scince it's a fully general solution now and doesn't need to be trained on a per game basis, it's now supported for Cold War and for sure it will be supported for upcoming games like Cyberpunk 2077 and recently it was added to War Thunder which is an older title. I personally see no reason to disable DLSS now, at least in single player games and AMD is also working on alternative software solution that consoles are most likely to use for 4k or even 1440p for the Series S. So yeah I just wan to make a point that RTX card comes with RT cores and Tensor cores that make up 50% of the chip so if you're not going to use them then why are you paying for them in the first place. You don't need to worry about AMD GPUs in the long term scince they share the same architechture as consoles but I personally think RTX card will age better.
2020-11-19 23:16
#93
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Tunisia Wave1337
Whether you like raytracing or not it's now the norm for next gen games scince consoles support it. While it's an optional feature now you'll never know when it will be forced into the game engine and you can't turn it off (only reduce the quality) I'd say it will be the case in 2 years. In case of DLSS I totally agree that the first revision (1.x) was garbage it made the image blurry and it was cleary less appealing than native resolution, DLSS 2.0 however made a huge upgrade and actually made the image look better than native resolution (in quality mode) and added more visibility to ditails like small text just look how well it was implemented in Death Stranding and Control it has outstanding results even for 1080p and NVIDIA made it easy to be implemented in games scince it's a fully general solution now and doesn't need to be trained on a per game basis, it's now supported for Cold War and for sure it will be supported for upcoming games like Cyberpunk 2077 and recently it was added to War Thunder which is an older title. I personally see no reason to disable DLSS now, at least in single player games and AMD is also working on alternative software solution that consoles are most likely to use for 4k or even 1440p for the Series S. So yeah I just wan to make a point that RTX card comes with RT cores and Tensor cores that make up 50% of the chip so if you're not going to use them then why are you paying for them in the first place. You don't need to worry about AMD GPUs in the long term scince they share the same architechture as consoles but I personally think RTX card will age better.
2020-11-19 23:16
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dlss 2 is only less blurry when implemented properly... take fortnite and some other games for example dlss 2 still look blurry compared to no dlss. And alot of games got forced txaa which is blurry as fk, and adding dlss 2 makes it less blurry but if txaa wasnt forced it wud be crispy sharp. I still see no point for raytracing and dlss of right now, maybe next gen raytracing performance might be worth it but atm it is still shit in most games that matters. i wud take 100 fps over 60 fps raytracing any day, because in the end raytracing doesnt make it look THAT much better, yes some scenes look better but ur not spending 99% of the game in that specific scene anyway.
2020-12-02 13:01
if you dont plan on using ray tracing their pretty much leveled just your prefered choice
2020-11-20 12:03
AMD GPUs XD
2020-11-20 12:03
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Maybe
2020-11-20 21:19
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Germany Booya
its the best lol!
2020-11-20 21:18
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if drivers will be "cool" how in 5000 series and work with soft how earlier, then the whole gg
2020-11-20 21:19
i7 4790k 980ti - 1280x960 - 300-500fps.
2020-11-20 18:15
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.
2020-11-20 19:12
My 3080 is coming soon! Can’t wait
2020-11-20 20:25
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did you pay up the anal cavity for it?
2020-11-24 07:32
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Nah, got it at rrp
2020-12-02 11:22
RTX 3080 no question
2020-11-24 07:34
RTX 3080 for ray tracing and possibly for 4K RX 6800 XT for 1440p and 1080p
2020-11-24 07:38
RTX 3080 clear winner here.
2020-12-02 12:52
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.
2020-12-02 13:04
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