Frank GoshawkAMD’s Chief Gaming and Marketing Solutions Architect is doing his job, and that means throwing a slide that AMD Radeon graphics solutions are capable of delivering up to 89% more performance per dollar invested compared to Nvidia, while if we talk about performance for each watt consumed, this improvement can be up to 123 percent.
In concrete terms, 89% come from a comparison between AMD Radeon RX 6400with an RRP of $160, and the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 Ti with a recommended retail price of $192. In a 1080p configuration with medium quality graphics, we are talking about the AMD option offer 67 FPS average consuming 53W of energy compared to the 42 frames per second on average and 75W of power consumption from the Nvidia option, according to AMD’s internal tests, of course.
“As a long-time gamer, I appreciate the renewed competition in high-end graphics, we all win,” Frank said on his official Twitter account.
If we are looking for the high-end solution, the very recently launched AMD Radeon RX 6950XT ($1,100) pledge 80% more performance per dollar than the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090 ($1,700). We’re talking about the AMD GPU delivering 4K performance with maximum graphics quality of 105 FPS average with a consumption of 335W compared to 91fps and 350W of its rival, so it also offers 22% more performance per watt consumed.
Obviously this is advertising, but if you think that the Nvidia GeForce RTX 40 series would be announced as soon as in the middle of AprilWell, better than to wipe the slate clean and stop thinking about a generation of GPUs that became a product made and sold exclusively for miners.
via: video cardz