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Heh turns out the RX6800 is actually faster than nvidias rtx 3800 in 4k and beyond unless DLSS is enabled,

AMD uses dx12's native support for raytracing which is not as fast as nvidias but still thats quite impressive :)

Imagine the RX6800 with DLSS support... ouch.

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2 hours ago, revelator said:

Heh turns out the RX6800 is actually faster than nvidias rtx 3800 in 4k and beyond unless DLSS is enabled,

AMD uses dx12's native support for raytracing which is not as fast as nvidias but still thats quite impressive :)

Imagine the RX6800 with DLSS support... ouch.

*RTX 3080

AMD is working on their own version of DLSS called FidelityFX Super Resolution or something like that. But it won't be available at launch.

https://wccftech.com/amd-is-reportedly-working-on-an-nvidia-dlss-cross-platform-alternative/

https://www.overclock3d.net/news/software/amd_has_an_answer_to_dlss_directml_super_resolution/1

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Also rage mode though im a bit ambivalent on that one since normally the cpu does not handle gfx calls to well.

Originally i would have gone with the RX 5700 xt to replace my aging R9 390 but if the prices on the 6800 hold i would probably go with one of those. My screen cant do 4K anyway xD so its no big loss.

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NVIDIA Reveals GeForce RTX 3060: Launching Late February For $329

RTX 3080 = 10 GB
RTX 3070 = 8 GB
RTX 3060 Ti = 8 GB
RTX 3060 = 12 GB

Strange things happening over at Nvidia. If you manage to find RTX 3060 at MSRP, you might want to snatch it up.

Intel Previews 11th Gen Core Rocket Lake: Core i9-11900K and Z590, Coming Q1

Intel will retake the gaming crown from AMD... barely.

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I'm just looking at the news of all these new graphics cards, and all I can think about is how to get better at OpenXcom.

I don't think I'm currently the target for this hardware.

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A word of warning, Agent Denton. This was a simulated experience; real LAMs will not be so forgiving.

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10 hours ago, Xolvix said:

I'm just looking at the news of all these new graphics cards, and all I can think about is how to get better at OpenXcom.

I don't think I'm currently the target for this hardware.

This is the worst time in years to buy any new hardware. Maybe check things out in late 2022 or 2023 if you are fine with what you have. Around that time the multi-chip module (chiplet) GPUs will be shaking things up and raytracing performance will be much better.

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good advice, also corona has inflated prices on hardware by a pretty large factor so it might pay of to wait a little.

if you dont intend to play in 4K my sapphire R9 390 is plenty capable still :)

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