Officially, the RTX 3090 costs $800 more than the RTX 3080; nearly $300 more than the RTX 3080 Ti (which is also more available thanks to a reduced mining hashrate); and $500 more than the AMD RX 6900 XT. Does it deliver the performance worth its expensiveness? In other words, is an additional 10-12 GB of non-functional VRAM worth $800?
RTX 2060 has ray tracing. It’s hardware-accelerated ray tracing (vs. software-based ray tracing you’d find in cards such as the AMD RX 5700 XT). It beats its competitors right out of the water with the only trade-off being a higher power consumption.
The RTX 2060 is a decent gaming card. It can manage 4K gaming around 30 FPS for the more modern game titles. It has hardware-accelerated ray tracing.
AMD RX 5700 XT doesn’t have hardware-accelerated ray tracing. It has software-based ray tracing. Both are two very different things and depending on your usage, AMD RX 5700 XT’s ray tracing might do the job for you or might be completely worthless.
Is your RTX 3060 Ti feeling like a 1060 3GB? You’re not alone. People have been reporting low FPS on the RTX 3060 Ti since its launch. Certain settings interfere with this including RAM and BIOS configurations. Let’s see how to fix low FPS on 3060 Ti.
The 5700 XT is a great video card for a particular niche. Let’s see if it fits the bill for you. Same quality as the 6700 XT.
A 13.45 teraflops power on the RTX 2080 Ti – what does it stand for? How great do games look? Teraflops are one of the most important ratings in a video card. Here’s a comparison with other GPUs as well, including the 30-series and AMD’s RX 6000-series.
First, welcome to the club! I started mining a couple years ago and have made plenty of profits out of it. All of the money has surprisingly vanished without improving my way of life, however (though I have higher framerates now). But that’s just me. Earl from our team also does mining. He’s been more passionately involved in mining and for way longer than me, close to 6 years now. Is he more qualified to write this piece? Who cares?
“May our PCs be cooler, and the framerates higher.” – all PC gamers in unison. It’s indeed the wet dream of any PC gamer to have considerably higher FPS or framerate. 60 FPS gamers want to reach 144. 144 FPS gamers want to graduate to 250+. And all sorts of other FPS brackets in between too. All in all, there’s much talk about FPS and how much of it is necessary or good for PC gaming. That’s what we’ll talk about today.
Both GPUs have a small price difference. Though the 1650 Ti is generally considered to be better, there’s more to it than meets the eye. Let’s have a look at the heated comparison between the GTX 1660 and the 1650 Ti.