AMD Radeon RX 6000 series Reveal | PRICE, SPECS & BENCHMARKS


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Today we will talk about AMD's upcoming Radeon RX 6000 series GPUs that are direct competitors of Nvidia RTX 3000 series.

Official reveal showed impressive benchmarks in famous games at competitive price at lower power usage.

Built on the new 7nm RDNA 2 architecture, these cards provide up to 2x improvement in performance over the previous generation AMD flagship while also including support for the new Microsoft DirectX 12 Ultimate API and will be available starting November.

RDNA 2 also includes support for Microsoft's DirectX 12 Ultimate API. This enables support for features like hardware-accelerated ray tracing, variable rate shading, mesh shaders, and sampler feedback, features that were previously only available on select NVIDIA GPU.

AMD is also supporting the Microsoft DirectStorage API, which aims to improve load times and improve texture quality. Along with that, the company will continue to support its own technologies, such as AMD FidelityFX, Radeon Anti-Lag, and Radeon Boost.

AMD has promised a technology called Super Resolution, which seems similar to DLSS but provided no further details that would let us know how well it would work. The feature is also still in development and won't be available for some time after the launch of these cards. That should put a severe dent in AMD's ray tracing performance compared to NVIDIA's DLSS, which is likely why AMD hasn't announced support for existing DXR titles as most of them have some form of DLSS.

With announcement of AMD Radeon RX 6000 series, gamers are now even more excited for great competition with Nvidia RTX 3000 series cards in terms of price and performance.

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Apr 4, 2013
No ray tracing showcase, no dlss competitor, no Nvidia reflex competitor sorry AMD but its 2021 and you have to do more than just raw horsepower


Apr 16, 2009
No ray tracing showcase, no dlss competitor, no Nvidia reflex competitor sorry AMD but its 2021 and you have to do more than just raw horsepower
Yeah its baffling that their entire event had no focus on RT apart from mentioning it in passing that they support it. Rasterization performance is impressive but they're gonna need alot more to match the feature set NVIDIA provides to sway people to invest in Big Navi.

They have machine learning super resolution in the works but its going to take time to mature so its irrelevant at this point. Nvidia is already way ahead with DLSS 2.0 and it took them 3 generations of architectural improvements to get there. There is no reason to believe that AMD can match their output as Nvidia will only be getting better with time.
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