- Mar 2, 2016
Here's a more in-depth review;Not that super.
https://www.gamersnexus.net/hwreviews/3486-nvidia-rtx-2060-super-and-2070-super-review-benchmarksThe Super video card launch packs more punch for a refresh than we would typically expect, but it also moves the stack around in interesting ways. The 2060 Super has relatively large gains in performance that put it close to the original RTX 2070 in most instances and the 2070 Super is very nearly a 2080
Nvidia has been ripping people off for ages with pricing. Now that AMD is coming out with a more powerful card and cheaper, they make changes. No thanks, AMD please take my money!!I love that Nvidia claims the improved prices are down to more efficient binning and manufacturing.
Please b**ch. We all know it's due to a modicum of competition from AMD for once.
I'm buying nothing from Nvidia until I see benchmarks for AMD's new stuff. Really hoping my next system can be all-AMD.
Some leaked reviews are strange because I believe it is the Final Fantasy benchmark which placed the 5700 XT above the Radeon VII which shouldn’t be the case. It places the Radeon VII then in a very awkward place in the market, probably why AMD marketed it directly to ‘creators’ then than directly to gamers.I'm buying nothing from Nvidia until I see benchmarks for AMD's new stuff. Really hoping my next system can be all-AMD.
This doesn’t list the system or drivers used though, but it may be hinting at the Radeon VII not being the AMD gaming Flagship anymore.2560 x 1440, High Quality
AMD Radeon RX 5700 XT – 5623
AMD Radeon VII – 4933
AMD Radeon RX 5700 – 4871
NVidia and AMD have been hitting each other up to 2012 with pricing. AMD did something special with their Radeon HD 4000 series (which was still ATI branded) in regard to pricing, but that was back in 2008/2009. Just remember that AMD launched their Radeon HD 7970 @ $549 back in 2012 and NVidia hit back with their GeForce GTX 680 @ $499 and since then kept the premium pricing up to now. AMD still price high at the high end and their enthusiast end and isn’t competitive at that range when comparing ‘every’ gaming title to take things into perspective.