At 4K NVIDIA wins even without DLSS. At these prices these should be 4K cards.no wonder nvidia threw a fit about people publishing rasterized numbers. they get whooped and use more power doing it. and thats with amds atrocious drivers.
Same points, broadly, that I keep making elsewhere... and one could say I know Nvidia far better to risk a move away. After all, only one custom build desktop and a couple gaming laptops, all Intel/Nvidia, have been my lot for the last 10 years but what other choice was there?There are currently like 20 to 25 games that support DLSS or RT. I own over 4300 games. That works out to be like .006 percent of all the games I own (if I owned every DLSS/RT game made). I am not really concerned with DLSS or RTX. For me, Rasterization is King, no matter how many articles are ever written by Tom or any other site that will never change. And one other thing having 16GB of VRAM is another huge advantage that cannot be overlooked.