The 4070 is an objectivity better card. DLSS is a big selling point for nVidia cards. Part of why nVidia controls the market and AMD don't. AMD's market share is basically nothing.As pointed out in this same article, the RT performance on BOTH is garbage for the price point. So if you toss out the RT for the 6950XT, then you also toss it out as a valid argument for the 4070. It doesn't matter that the 4070 is 25% better when it's 25% and deliver like 5-10 extra frames on average and diminishes with resolution and memory usage.
And one final comment on the AI part. Until games don't start using "AI" (call it whatever you want within the FP8 and 16 capabilities), then the "AI" marketing term is completely meaningless and useless for gamers. Whoever is going to work with any form of serious Modeling Language, they won't be buying in this price range. And if they do, it's gaming performance won't even be part of the equation. That's like cross-shopping a Ford F250 and a McLaren 720S: "but the McLaren can pull my trailers!".
I'll stop here. You're, again, clutching at straws really badly.
EDIT: The article made a sudden disappearance from the top list. I hope you guys revisit and republish instead.
Cherry picked means you use the exception to try to prove your point. The exception cause by bad software optimisation for PC hardware. For one of the games nVidia gained upto a 75% performance uplift from one of their patches.Cherry picked or not, they are all AAA games and very recent releases. So that makes them VERY relevent.
RT just eats up memory too as bounding boxes are setup
This is a logical fallacy and proves nothing at all. No unbiased person would act the way you are.