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The moment you use the word "rendering" you are automatically buying RTX cards.



As I mentioned above, for your use case the Radeon GPUs are going to be much worse. The latest techgage results just confirm it.

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The moment you use the word "rendering" you are automatically buying RTX cards.



As I mentioned above, for your use case the Radeon GPUs are going to be much worse. The latest techgage results just confirm it.

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GTX 1660 Ti (1536 CUDA) is weaker than RTX 2060 (1920 CUDA) and has no RT cores for ray tracing. Rendering sometimes makes use of RT cores which is why in the rendering benchmarks the RTX 2060 performs far better than expected even against GTX 1080 Ti.

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