New Nvidia graphics cards

Although Nvidia caused wide eyes to the fans with the introduction of its new Nvidia graphics cards, AMD remains calm – and even tries to use the excitement for its own benefit. A clever move, as it turns out.

Nvidia GeForce RTX 3000: AMD congratulates its rival

The rumor mill had already predicted it and in the end, it turned out like this: With Ampere, Nvidia makes a big leap in performance over the previous cards. The RTX 3070 should be roughly on par with the RTX 2080 Ti, while the RTX 3080 will be around twice as fast as the RTX 2080 – a complete success for Nvidia.

AMD, on the other hand, seems to have left this rival’s triumph cold. As befits a good sportsman, Frank Azor, Chief Architect of Gaming Solutions & Marketing at AMD, congratulates his direct competitor on Twitter. True to the motto “Honor where honor is due”:

Of course, the trained marketing expert will not let this opportunity pass by without promoting their own products. Azor agrees that Nvidia’s new cards will make a particularly good team with AMD’s Ryzen processors. This statement makes perfect sense, after all, Nvidia’s cards now also support PCIe 4.0 for the first time. However, the fast standard for peripheral devices can currently only be used by systems with the latest AMD chip and board.

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At the same time, Azor reminds its followers that this year’s arms race among graphics card manufacturers is not over yet. Finally, AMD also has an ace up its sleeve with RDNA 2, which is just waiting to be finally played out. It seems that AMD’s alternative cards will only be able to keep up with Nvidia to a limited extent in terms of performance, but if the price-performance ratio is right again, AMD does not need to hide behind the competition.

Solid information about the new graphics cards from Team Rot is currently still few and far between, so it will definitely remain exciting in the fight for the GPU crown.

3 thoughts on “AMD remains relaxed: New Nvidia graphics cards leave the rival cold”

  1. pure shit, all that is a lie, only advertising, I have a Quadro rtx 4000 and the performance is little for what they said you did … they speak pure lies, it is more marketing than what the video card does

  2. Jehonel clearly fell for the “bigger number = better” trap, and bought a Quadro card with no use case for it because they have more money than sense. The 2060S rates better than the Quadro RTX 4000 in almost any gaming task. The Quadro cards in general are not meant for gaming and will not generally be optimized for that, especially a “low-midrange” Quadro like the Quadro RTX 4000.

    Jehonel do you even do design work or engineering or any other use case that would cause you to buy this card instead of a 2080S (or now a 3080) for the same price?

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