AMD is attempting to toss major shade at Nvidia’s brand-new RTX 4070 video gaming GPUs while promoting its own items. A couple of days earlier, Team Red was discrediting the RTX 4070 for its “restricted” 12 GB VRAM, which, obviously, is insufficient for a US$599 high-mid-range option nowadays. To make things much more uncomfortable for the brand-new Nvidia designs, AMD is now advising AIB partners to lower rates for the high-end RX 6000- series cards that include 16 GB of VRAM in order to make these appear more luring versus the RTX 4070.
A glimpse on Newegg exposes that ASRock’s Phantom Gaming RX 6950 XT cards are on sale for as low as US$60999 with an unique “VGAEXCAA496” advertising code. The RX 6800 XT from the very same Phantom Gaming lineup is now readily available for just US$53999 Both cards receive the complimentary Last of United States PC video game package.
Initial RTX 4070 tests reveal that these AMD designs must use comparable raster efficiency, however you are likewise getting 4 additional GB VRAM, which might assist in 4K resolutions with optimum information. The 16 GB of VRAM might even more show beneficial in AI-intensive applications like text-to-image or text-to-video making systems. AMD’s cards can gain from FSR 2 for additional frames and much better image quality, however they definitely do not stand an opportunity versus Nvidia’s DLSS3 with frame generation. The ray tracing efficiency is another aching point for the AMD cards. -LRB-