Your entire point was comparing products in different pricing stacks doesn't make sense because the more expensive product is almost always faster. "There is little to no point in attempting to compare two products that are in different price brackets, the higher price bracket stuff will practically always be faster since being faster is the main reason they are in a different price bracket in the first place." However, I pointed out that the 6650XT & 7600 are in lower price brackets and are faster in rasterization. The 6700XT is in the same price bracket and is MUCH faster. According to your statement the 3060 should be priced closer to 6600.How so? The only thing I'm saying is that pricing is an integral part of any value call regarding any GPU comparison and the RTX3060 offering a similar performance for a higher price doesn't change that in any way. Unless someone is offering you a choice of free GPUs, nobody is going to bother asking which is faster without an intent to buy, recommend or at least be somewhat informed about the current market's state. How much performance you get for your dollars is the fairest way of comparing GPUs.
Price can easily be disassociated from comparisons of GPUs. People do this all the time. Just look at this review, there are GPUs across many different pricing brackets. However, we know that a RTX3070 is going to be much more expensive but don't really care about that when looking at the numbers. We are wondering how it compares to things at higher levels in product stacks. The use of price only comes in at the end if at all.You are the one attempting the crazy gymnastics of disassociating pricing from GPU comparisons.