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How far behind is AMD ?

If you took a top PC and wanted max settings at 1440p (if your not on 1440p by now, I feel bad for you), and stuck whatever GPU is top, in it, and took a bunch of games from over of the years. If you wanted 60fps or 144fps on ultra settings in 90% of games(that run well on everything) up until year X, what year would that be ?

IDK when it is for Nvidia, for 2080S/ti and did they make a rtx titan ?

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OK... So.. What are you asking?
Is it how far behind is AMD?

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What year X is with all that other stuff you said?

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Something about 2080s, ti, or RTX Titan?

I don't really know what you are asking for.
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OK... So.. What are you asking?
Is it how far behind is AMD?

or

What year X is with all that other stuff you said?

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Something about 2080s, ti, or RTX Titan?

I don't really know what you are asking for.
I would have to concur. Try as I might, I can't seem to follow what the question is here...

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By the way Ultra is just overblown fluff with a lot of useless effects (that don't add to the visuals) one should not use anyway even on a 2080 Ti.

Regardless of the card I use, settings will always be a mix of ultra, very high, high with a medium or two settings thrown in the mix and crap like motion blur and Nvidia this or that turned off (AMD this or that turned on since both Nvidia and AMD cards can use it).

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Quote: Originally Posted by Gunderman456 View Post
By the way Ultra is just overblown fluff with a lot of useless effects (that don't add to the visuals) one should not use anyway even on a 2080 Ti.
Depends on the game



OP, pretty much throw a 1070/80 or better onto a 4+ghz CPU produced in the last 6-7 years and you're good to go @ 1440p 144Hz in many titles.
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1440p you have a 5700 xt that out performs a 2060s for less money. so explain how they are behind ?
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idk the radeon vii does just fine. You can get a used 2080 for what $500 while the vii still sells for $600+. Even the 2080 S probably won't retain the same value as the Radeon Vii in a years time. So if you bought the 2080 your out $200. While the vii has only dropped like $50. Compute units etc.



I'd buy a used 1080 ti for about $400

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I play 1440 with the 5700. Not bad for 330$. I see no difference in games between my 5700 and XT.

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1440p you have a 5700 xt that out performs a 2060s for less money. so explain how they are behind ?
I went through three different 5700xt's at microcenter. the MSI Evoke was overheating and blue screening, and had a cursor glitch, two rog editions had a cursor glitch and artifacts in games. happened on both displayport and hdmi on two different screens and even on a fresh install of windows, dim cursor and messed up cursor in games was infuriating. this is the reason I spent 150 more on a 2070 super. saving a few pennies isn't worth it if the card runs at nearly 90C gaming even on the rog edition. reference card? try like 94C max load. that is beyond scary especially for 7nm tech. so much for efficiency. I will never buy an AMD card ever again after that experience, not even if they outperform nvidia.

also there isn't a single AMD card faster than my midrange GPU so theres that

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I went through three different 5700xt's at microcenter. the MSI Evoke was overheating and blue screening, and had a cursor glitch, two rog editions had a cursor glitch and artifacts in games. happened on both displayport and hdmi on two different screens and even on a fresh install of windows, dim cursor and messed up cursor in games was infuriating. this is the reason I spent 150 more on a 2070 super. saving a few pennies isn't worth it if the card runs at nearly 90C gaming even on the rog edition. reference card? try like 94C max load. that is beyond scary especially for 7nm tech. so much for efficiency. I will never buy an AMD card ever again after that experience, not even if they outperform nvidia.



also there isn't a single AMD card faster than my midrange GPU so theres that


Those issues aside your judging the card by the hotspot temp. If you look at the edge temp it will be similar to Nvidia. And as far as I understand if Nvidia were to include a hotspot sensor it would be similar to what you see with amd.

People just freak out because they're not used to seeing that high number.

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