Waiting for 7nm EUV
AMD today takes a swing at the lucrative performance-segment of PC graphics with the Radeon RX 5700 series. This price-band, ranging between $350-500, has graphics cards you'd want for serious gaming at resolutions of 1440p and above, or 1080p with high refresh-rates. The lack of much serious competition from AMD for the past couple of years, has given NVIDIA an unchallenged dominance, with which it could sell the 6 GB GeForce RTX 2060 for as high as $400 on some partner models, and the RTX 2070 starting at $500, with some partner models even touching $600.
TechPowerUp RX 5700 XT review
Also from TechPowerUp: RX 5700 review | PCI-Express 4.0 Performance Scaling with Radeon RX 5700 XT
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Tom's Hardware Germany (translated)