AMD’s Radeon RX 6000 graphics cards deliver up to 89% fps per dollar compared to competing RTX 3000 and GTX 1000 SKUs. At least that’s what was claimed in a slide shared by Frank Azor, Red’s head of game marketing. In addition, most RDNA 2 models will also be more economical in games than Nvidia’s solutions.
For example, the entire RX 6000 series is compared to its Nvidia counterparts – except for the RX 6600 XT, which was replaced by the 6650 XT. Based on Newegg prices as of May 10 and average fps, the manufacturer has concluded that the 10 RX 6000 cards offer better value for money in terms of fps.
The spreads are largely in line with the GPU overview from the end of April.
The RX 6800 XT and RX 6800 deliver 6 and 8 percent more frames per second per dollar than the RTX 3080 and RTX 3070 Ti. The biggest differences are found in the entry-level and entry-level chip: in the case of the RX 6950 XT, it claims +80% fps/$ compared to the RTX 3090, while the RX 6400 offers up to 89% more than the GTX 1050Ti.
AMD will also do better in terms of efficiency, although this is not the case for the entire group. The RX 6750 XT consumes about 13% more power than the RTX 3070, while the RX 6500 XT requires at least 42% more power than the GTX 1650. These differences are not mentioned, nor do they explain which game. These performance numbers are based. As it pertains to first-party standards, it seems likely that titles that work best on Radeon GPUs will be chosen.
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