Nvidia radeon: AMD Graphics Cards Are the Better Value at Every Price Point

AMD Graphics Cards Are the Better Value at Every Price Point

Skip to main content

When you purchase through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission. Here’s how it works.

(Image credit: Tom’s Hardware)

The Cyber Monday graphics card deals are here, and there are many great values. They’re also almost universally on the AMD side of the party, as Nvidia’s RTX 30-series remains overpriced, relative to AMD’s RX 6000-series. It feels like Nvidia’s prices are still stuck in early 2022 and haven’t adjusted to the new reality, and in fact Nvidia retail prices have increased compared to September.

In terms of bang for the buck, the only place AMD doesn’t currently get the win is at the very top of the bang column. We’ll have to wait for AMD RDNA 3 GPUs and the Radeon RX 7900-series to launch before we see a direct competitor to the RTX 4080, and maybe even the RTX 4090. But let’s take the matchups on a relative performance basis and run through the categories, from highest to lowest performance and price.

We’ll include overall performance results from our GPU benchmarks hierarchy for both the rasterization and ray tracing performance. Nvidia — and sometimes Intel — can stake a claim on the DXR (DirectX Raytracing) side of things, and if you feel ray tracing has lived up to the hype that’s fine. In general, we still find RT effects drop performance far too much for their image fidelity gains, and upscaling algorithms like DLSS, FSR 2, and XeSS are often required.

TLDR: AMD’s Best Radeon Values

We’ll go into greater detail below, covering every segment of the GPU market and showing you exactly how many fps you get for each dollar spent compared to the competition. However, if you want to know the overall best AMD Radeon values, which are also the best graphics card values overall, these are the top three:

  • GeForce RTX 2060: now $179 at Amazon (was $279): One of the few actual deals on an Nvidia GPU, the nearly four years old RTX 2060 has finally dropped below $200. You still get better (relative) DXR performance as well as DLSS support, though the 6GB VRAM can at times prove limiting. It averaged 55.2 fps and 0.31 frames per dollar at 1080p ultra.
  • Radeon RX 6600: now $209 at Amazon (was $279): This card with 8GB of memory and a boost clock of 2,491 MHz delivers the best frame rate per dollar. It averaged 66.7 fps at 1080p ultra settings, which is about 0.32 frames per dollar.
  • Radeon RX 6650 XT: now $249 at Amazon (was $299): A step up from the RX 6600, the 6650 XT has 8GB of GDDR6 RAM and more GPU shaders running at a 2,635 MHz boost clock. On our 1080p ultra settings suite, it averaged 79.8 fps or about .32 frames per dollar. 
  • Radeon RX 6750 XT: now $369 at Newegg (was $549): A strong choice for 1440p gaming, the 6750 XT features 12GB of GDDR6 RAM and a 2,618 MHz boost clock. It averaged 78. 2 fps on our 1440p Ultra settings test for a rate of 0.21 1440p frames per dollar — or if you want to stick with the 1080p comparisons, it got 105.3 fps and 0.29 frames per dollar.

(Image credit: Toms’ Hardware)

Extreme GPUs: RTX 4090 and RTX 4080

AMD hasn’t released its latest generation competing RX 7900 XTX and 7900 XT yet, so Nvidia gets to win this one by default. Official MSRPs might actually favor the RTX 4090, but street pricing sits at 35% above the $1,599 launch price for the halo card, while the RTX 4080 can now be found starting at $1,269 — just 6% above the $1,199 MSRP. (Note: That card is now sold out.)

That’s undoubtedly because RTX 4080 costs too much for the penultimate offering, and while the initial wave may have sold out, that’s seemingly not happening as quickly with the subsequent waves. The result is that, at current prices, the RTX 4080 now represents the better value. Mind you, it’s not a good value, but it’s not hard to beat the value proposition offered by graphics cards that cost over two grand.

Note: The «Retail Price» column links to the best current prices that we’re tracking, while the GPU names link to a more generic Amazon search.

Swipe to scroll horizontally

Extreme GPUs Retail Price 4K Rast Ult FPS/$ 1440p Rast Ult FPS/$ 4K DXR Ult FPS/$ 1440p DXR Ult FPS/$
GeForce RTX 4080 $1,359 0.0672 0.0957 0.0273 0.0536
GeForce RTX 4090 $2,350 0.0495 0.0609 0.0223 0.0414

(Image credit: Tom’s Hardware)

Enthusiast GPUs: RX 6950 XT, RX 6900 XT, RTX 3090 Ti, and RTX 3080 Ti

Stepping down one level from the very top of the pecking order, we get both older and more recent options. There’s the RX 6950 XT that launched earlier this year alongside the RTX 3090 Ti, while Nvidia’s RTX 3080 Ti from 2021 goes up against the RX 6900 XT from two years back. We can also include the OG RTX 3090 and RTX 3080 12GB, though given prices on most of these are higher than the replacement RTX 4080, obviously they won’t win any prizes.

We’ll stick with the 4K and 1440p comparisons, since all of these cards at least average over 60 fps in our rasterization benchmarks. For DXR, even though Nvidia does offer higher ray tracing performance, the much higher prices still end up giving AMD the overall advantage — the sole exception to that being the RTX 3080 12GB.

Swipe to scroll horizontally

Enthusiast GPUs Retail Price 4K Rast Ult FPS/$ 1440p Rast Ult FPS/$ 4K DXR Ult FPS/$ 1440p DXR Ult FPS/$
Radeon RX 6900 XT $699 0. 0927 0.1539 0.0238 0.0483
Radeon RX 6950 XT $784 0.0897 0.1472 0.0244 0.0493
GeForce RTX 3080 12GB $799 0.0830 0.1301 0.0297 0.0600
GeForce RTX 3080 Ti $1,149 0.0578 0.0900 0.0215 0.0429
GeForce RTX 3090 $1,240 0.0555 0.0859 0.0205 0.0410
GeForce RTX 3090 Ti $1,499 0.0524 0. 0772 0.0205 0.0397

(Image credit: Tom’s Hardware)

High-End GPUs: RX 6800 XT, RX 6800, RX 6750 XT, RX 6700 XT, RTX 3080, RTX 3070 Ti, and RTX 3070

The high-end category spans a pretty wide range of prices yet again. We’ve got cards that are two years old like the RTX 3080 and RTX 3070, plus the more recent RTX 3070 Ti from last year. On AMD’s side, there’s the RX 6800 XT and RX 6800, the RX 6700 XT, and the recent RX 6750 XT refresh.

While some of these cards can arguably still handle 4K gaming okay, we’re going to drop our comparisons down to 1440p and 1080p ultra. That’s the sweet spot for getting reasonably high fps out of these GPUs. Again, comparatively high prices mean AMD’s GPUs take the top four spots for this category in terms of value.

Swipe to scroll horizontally

High-End GPUs Retail Price 1440p Rast Ult FPS/$ 1080p Rast Ult FPS/$ 1440p DXR Ult FPS/$ 1080p DXR Ult FPS/$
Radeon RX 6700 XT $339 0. 2166 0.2944 0.0610 0.0988
Radeon RX 6750 XT $369 0.2119 0.2854 0.0605 0.0975
Radeon RX 6800 XT $554 0.1842 0.2299 0.0568 0.0892
Radeon RX 6800 $499 0.1821 0.2338 0.0539 0.0846
GeForce RTX 3070 $499 0.1553 0.1999 0.0629 0.0993
GeForce RTX 3070 Ti $609 0.1356 0. 1709 0.0556 0.0873
GeForce RTX 3080 $739 0.1293 0.1573 0.0591 0.0897

(Image credit: Tom’s Hardware)

Mainstream GPUs: RX 6700 10GB, RX 6650 XT, RX 6600 XT, RX 6600, RTX 3060 Ti, RTX 3060, RTX 3050, Arc A770, Arc A750

We could potentially include previous generation cards in the mainstream category, but we’ll confine our comparisons to the current generation offerings. Even then, we still have a lot of potential options: The relatively new RX 6700 10GB and RX 6650 XT join AMD’s 2021 releases, RX 6600 XT and RX 6600. From Nvidia, we have the RTX 3060 Ti, RTX 3060, and RTX 3050. Finally, Intel joins the party with its Arc A770 and Arc A750. (Note that we don’t have performance data from the A770 8GB yet, so we’ll skip that one — and we think it’s worth the extra $20 to get 16GB regardless. )

With these ostensibly mainstream offerings, we’ll stick with 1440p and 1080p ultra for rasterization tests, and drop down to 1080p ultra for rasterization and 1080p medium for DXR — this is really the last category where it even makes any sense at all to mention ray tracing.

Swipe to scroll horizontally

Mainstream GPUs Retail Price 1440p Rast Ult FPS/$ 1080p Rast Ult FPS/$ 1080p DXR Ult FPS/$ 1080p DXR Med FPS/$
Radeon RX 6650 XT $249 0.2279 0.3206 0.1049 0.1564
Radeon RX 6600 $209 0.2207 0.3191 0.0992 0. 1518
GeForce RTX 2060 $179 0.2163 0.3084 0.1256 0.2098
Radeon RX 6700 10GB $319 0.1991 0.2749 0.0945 0.1399
Radeon RX 6600 XT $289 0.1900 0.2699 0.0866 0.1308
Intel Arc A750 $274 0.2016 0.2607 0.1098 0.1773
GeForce RTX 3060 Ti $389 0.1791 0.2352 0.1112 0.1678
Intel Arc A770 16GB $349 0. 1786 0.2301 0.1061 0.1721
GeForce RTX 3060 $315 0.1669 0.2228 0.1025 0.1548
GeForce RTX 3050 $264 0.1425 0.1948 0.0864 0.1317

(Image credit: Tom’s Hardware)

Budget GPUs: RX 6500 XT, RX 6400, GTX 1660 Super, GTX 1660, GTX 1650, Arc A380

Last and least, as far as prices go, we have the budget category. AMD and Intel GPUs in this price bracket still offer ray tracing hardware… but performance tends to be in the sub-20 fps range so it truly doesn’t matter. We’ve included AMD’s RX 6500 XT and RX 6400 Navi 24 GPUs, Nvidia’s previous generation GTX 1660 Super, GTX 1660, and GTX 1650, and Intel’s Arc A380.

We’ll show fps/$ for 1080p ultra and medium this round — only 1080p medium for DXR — and as noted the Nvidia cards won’t have DXR results. Some games can reasonably run at higher settings and 60 fps, at least on some of these GPUs, but we need to use the same metric for the comparisons.

Swipe to scroll horizontally

Budget GPUs Retail Price 1080p Rast Ult FPS/$ 1080p Rast Med FPS/$ 1080p DXR Med FPS/$
Radeon RX 6500 XT $149 0.2067 0.4415 0.0749
GeForce GTX 1660 $179 0.2248 0.4193  
GeForce GTX 1660 Super $199 0. 2277 0.4163  
Radeon RX 6400 $129 0.1834 0.4028 0.0697
Intel Arc A380 $139 0.2037 0.3938 0.1142
GeForce GTX 1650 GDDR6 $159 0.1811 0.3564 Row 5 — Cell 4

Get instant access to breaking news, in-depth reviews and helpful tips.

Contact me with news and offers from other Future brandsReceive email from us on behalf of our trusted partners or sponsors

Jarred Walton is a senior editor at Tom’s Hardware focusing on everything GPU. He has been working as a tech journalist since 2004, writing for AnandTech, Maximum PC, and PC Gamer. From the first S3 Virge ‘3D decelerators’ to today’s GPUs, Jarred keeps up with all the latest graphics trends and is the one to ask about game performance.

Tom’s Hardware is part of Future US Inc, an international media group and leading digital publisher. Visit our corporate site .

Future US, Inc. Full 7th Floor, 130 West 42nd Street,
New York,
NY 10036.

AMD vs Nvidia — Reviewed

Nvidia’s graphics cards had a comfortable lead on AMD’s cards for years, but AMD’s Radeon RX 6000-series lineup put the two brands in a competition like never before. Both manufacturers are constantly adding new features and updating their graphics architecture in their cards to keep the competition hot, but Nvidia’s key features like ray tracing and supersampling have been around for longer, whereas AMD has the lead on frame rates (for now). Ultimately, you’ll have to decide if you prefer the best frame rates or the best ray tracing.

If you are a human, ignore this field

Enter your email:

What would you add to your wardrobe if you had a little extra money? We’re giving away two $250 Nordstrom gift cards, so let’s find out. Enter to win between now and Sept. 30, 2022.


Credit: Blender Foundation

The graphics quality will be nothing short of impressive.

When it comes to raw performance, both AMD and Nvidia make spectacular graphics cards. For 1080p gaming, you can’t go wrong with either company. A mid-tier Nvidia RTX 3060 or AMD RX 6600 XT, for instance, push over 60 frames per second (fps) regardless of the game. For example, using Cyberpunk 2077, a graphically demanding game, set to the ultra graphics preset at that resolution, nets 65 fps with the RTX 3060 and 70 fps with the RX 6600 XT.

1440p gaming on ultra graphics is a bit tougher on graphics cards, but an upper midrange card will get you around 60 fps in Cyberpunk 2077. The Nvidia RTX 3070 squeaks by with 62 fps, while the AMD RX 6700 XT comes close at 56 fps. Of course, turning the graphics preset down will net you higher framerates.

For 4K and ray tracing performance, Nvidia scores a notable lead over AMD. Let’s look at 4K performance first; with the ultra graphics preset on, Nvidia’s RTX 3080 runs Cyberpunk 2077 at 40 fps, and the RTX 3070 runs it at 30 fps. Meanwhile, AMD’s RX 6800 XT (the 3080’s equivalent) runs it at 37 fps and the RX 6700 XT tops out at 25 fps.

At 1080p ultra graphics with ray tracing set to the ultra preset, the RTX 3080 runs at 58 fps, the RTX 3070 at 44 fps, the RX 6800 XT at 38 fps, and the RX 6700 XT at 23 fps.

If you’re curious about graphics card performance beyond gaming, Nvidia wins here, too. Its cards have space dedicated to encoding and decoding media, and that hardware acceleration brings faster performance to multimedia tasks like video production or online streaming. AMD relies on firmware encoding and decoding.

AMD and Nvidia are close when it comes to 1080p and 1440p gaming, but Nvidia’s the clear winner for 4K and ray traced gaming.

Our pick: Nvidia


Credit: Nvidia

Battlefield V with Nvidia ray tracing.

AMD and Nvidia take different approaches to software features. While AMD tends to make software that works for all devices, Nvidia tends to lock its software in proprietary systems. However, they’re very close in the breadth of features they offer.

AMD’s most notable enhancements are FidelityFX Super Resolution (FSR) and FreeSync. With AI algorithms, FSR upscales the image resolution, or it sharpens lower resolution images and then enlarges them rather than natively rendering images at a higher resolution. This results in much higher in-game frame rates. For example, the RX 6800 XT’s framerates in Cyberpunk 2077 at 4K ultra graphics settings jump from 37 fps to 91 fps.

Nvidia has similar technology, or what it calls Deep Learning Super Sampling (DLSS). It’s been around longer than FSR, and in our experience, DLSS consistently produces upscaled images that look more accurate to the original image than FSR, but the framerate gains are not as extreme as with FSR. The RTX 3080, for instance, runs Cyberpunk 2077 at 4K ultra graphics settings with DLSS enabled at 58 fps (an 18 fps average gain).

For ray tracing, however, Nvidia’s DLSS takes the lead over AMD’s FSR. At 1080p ultra graphics with ray tracing enabled in Cyberpunk 2077, FSR boosts the AMD RX 6800 XT’s framerate from 38 fps to 74 fps, and DLSS boosts the Nvidia RTX 3080’s framerate from 58 fps to 101 fps.

AMD’s FreeSync helps match the framerate of the graphics card to your monitor. (It’s like AMD’s own version of Variable Refresh Rate (VRR).) Nvidia’s G-Sync does the same. The determining factor here is whether your monitor or TV has G-Sync or FreeSync—but these days, it’s common for monitors and TVs to support both.

As for some other features, if you have an Nvidia GPU, you can use GeForce Experience to stream games or to play games remotely on an Nvidia Shield streaming box (you can use third party software to stream to other devices). Radeon cards have similar software called AMD Link, which includes support for multiplayer games and remote play on multiple devices.

Both Nvidia and AMD have noise suppression for background microphone noise if you do a lot of talking, but they’re both competing with Microsoft, Discord, and Google.

AMD bundles all its features into one overlay menu, but Nvidia chose to split its features into several programs and menus. If you want a streamlined experience, AMD will have resolution, HDR, FSR, refresh rate, and other settings all in the same place.

Our pick: AMD


Credit: Reviewed / Adrien Ramirez

AMD generally leads in frame rates, but Nvidia leads in ray tracing.

Both AMD and Nvidia do a good job of ironing out compatibility issues and performance issues for games. It’s impossible to declare a winner—both graphics card drivers break and unbreak as software gets updated and patched. However, while both GPU manufacturers release consistent firmware updates, software developers do not prioritize both manufacturers evenly.

Because more people own Nvidia graphics cards than AMD graphics cards, software developers are more likely to focus on performance for Nvidia graphics cards first. For most software, this doesn’t cause issues, but it’s important to check compatibility for specific software in applications critical to your productivity. (In our experience testing graphic cards, we’ve run into some issues with AMD’s drivers, depending on the card being tested, while Nvidia’s drivers haven’t given us trouble during testing.)

Additionally, professional 3D software like 3DSMax and Maya currently support more Nvidia cards than AMD cards. In Autodesk Maya 2023, for instance, many Nvidia GeForce RTX and GTX cards have worked in testing, but the same cannot be said of the Radeon RX 6000-series cards. (Note that this does not mean they don’t work with Maya. It just means they have not been tested by Autodesk).

For casual use, the difference between AMD and Nvidia support is most apparent in ray tracing. For applications that support ray tracing, there is usually better optimization for Nvidia drivers than AMD drivers. It’s becoming less common to run into ray traced games that only support Nvidia cards, but AMD cards still feel like an afterthought. Compounded with AMD’s worse ray tracing performance overall, Nvidia is the obvious pick for ray tracing enthusiasts.

Our pick: Nvidia


Credit: Reviewed / Joanna Nelius

If having the highest frame rate possible is important to you, go with AMD.

If we’re comparing frame rates per dollar, AMD wins; if you don’t plan to use ray tracing and you don’t see yourself doing much beyond gaming, AMD has a better value depending

For instance, the RTX 3070 gets 10 fps more than the RX 6700 XT running Cyberpunk 2077 (1080p ultra, no ray tracing), but it’s also about $100 more expensive than the RX 6700 XT and $0.50 more per frame. Ten frames are also such a small difference, especially when you factor in how much AMD cards can bump frame rates with FSR turned on. You can get the RX 6700 XT for $400 to $500, while you’ll have to pay $500 to $600 for an RTX 3070. (It’s not uncommon to find AMD cards selling under retail price currently. )

For high-end cards, AMD’s are slightly cheaper. The RTX 3090 Ti we’ve seen go for as low as $1,100 and the RX 6950 XT as low as $935 at Amazon. Meanwhile, the RTX 3080 goes for about $740 and the RX 6800 XT goes for about $600 on Amazon—that’s $1.38 cheaper per frame in Cyberpunk 2077 at 1080p Ultra without ray tracing.

On the budget side,the RTX 3050 goes as low as $300, and the RX 6600 for as little as $260, or $1.77 cheaper per frame.

Currently, the best value AMD card is the RX 6650 XT for $350 ($4.45 per frame), and the best value Nvidia card is the Founder’s Edition RTX 3060 Ti for $400 ($4.70 per frame).

Our pick: AMD

And the winner is…

Credit: Reviewed / Joanna Nelius

If having the highest frame rate possible is important to you, go with AMD.

Both Nvidia and AMD make great graphics cards, but Nvidia is still in the lead.

If you care about ray tracing, streaming, video production, or professional applications, Nvidia graphics cards are the better choice. Its cards’ ray tracing performance is leagues ahead of AMD’s, and more Nvidia cards are compatible with 3D modeling software than AMD cards. However, if you’re not interested in ray tracing and just want to push frame rates, AMD will offer better performance at the same price point.

The difference between Nvidia and AMD is much, much smaller than it used to be. AMD has a better user interface experience, and it’s constantly adding new features and updates to improve performance and match Nvidia’s feature set. Both manufacturers support monitor syncing, upscaling, ray tracing, online streaming, and noise reduction.

Nvidia’s implementation of said features is smoother, but most of us don’t need these features to begin with. If you want to save some money, AMD cards make more sense, and you should think more about what tier of card you need rather than which manufacturer you’ll choose.

For 1080p gaming, the Nvidia RTX 3060 and the AMD RX 6600 XT are excellent choices. For 1440p gaming, it’s worth upgrading to the Nvidia RTX 3070 or the AMD RX 6700 XT. If you’re planning to push 4K frame rates or take advantage of ray tracing, the RTX 3080 is worth the splurge. The AMD RX 6900 XT can keep up with 4K gaming, but it will have a much worse time with ray tracing and it won’t save you much money over similar Nvidia cards.

You should also keep an eye on the RTX 3090 and 3090 Ti, which have both been spotted for as low as $1,100 and are likely to keep dropping in price (this RTX 3080 Ti is just $740, which is $40 more than the base RTX 3080).

Related content

The product experts at Reviewed have all your shopping needs covered. Follow Reviewed on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, TikTok, or Flipboard for the latest deals, product reviews, and more.

Prices were accurate at the time this article was published but may change over time.

Why AMD video cards are cheaper and faster than NVIDIA

  • Computer store
  • Blog
  • Video cards (videocard)
  • Why AMD video cards are cheaper and faster than NVIDIA

Article author: Sergey Koval
(koval@andpro. ru)

Published: 16 November 2022

The main manufacturers of video cards are AMD and NVIDIA. There is serious competition between them in the struggle for the market. There are many myths about GeForce and Radeon. Let’s analyze one of them, is AMD adapters really cheaper and faster.

Rivalry between AMD and NVIDIA

If you look at the Steam static calculations, you will notice that the ratio of video cards sold is 5 to 1 in favor of NVIDIA. Gamers point blank do not recognize the products of the red team. This is facilitated by several factors — habit, advertising. So, it happened that the gaming niche was fixed behind the greens and it passes from generation to generation and it is difficult to convince people.

Another important factor is advertising. NVIDIA has an impressive budget and actively uses it. Almost all well-known foreign bloggers who talk about games indirectly or directly advertise the products of this company. This approach is very efficient. Users literally evaluate products live and naturally give preference to them.

To understand if AMD is really cheaper and faster, let’s compare several different models. To consideration took options from the average price range. It is this niche that is most in demand among gamers.

Radeon RX 6800 XT — GeForce RTX 3080

The first is supported by high performance in all games, a powerful cooling system and a price lower by 7-10%. However, all this overshadows another point — the difference in video memory. The model from the red company has 16 GB, the green one has 10 GB. If you play games at low resolution, the difference will not be visible. However, now the market is capturing the 4K format. Already in 1-2 years, 10 GB will not be enough. As a result, the potential of the Radeon RX 6800 XT is much higher.

Radeon RX 6800 — GeForce RTX 3070 Ti

If you look at performance, you get parity. In some games, reds are preferred, while in others, greens look more interesting. However, here it must be taken into account that the video cards in question work with 2K and 4K resolutions, and here a problem arises, as in the previous case. If now 8 GB for 4K is enough, then in a few months this will be radically small. There are already games that require 12 GB.

Only one factor speaks in favor of the GeForce RTX 3070 Ti — the presence of ray tracing technology. But most users do not know anything about this option and do not understand its meaning. Moreover, the result of its application causes an ambiguous impression among gamers.

Radeon RX 6700 XT — GeForce RTX 3070

At an identical price, a video card from the green camp wins in terms of performance, somewhere more, somewhere less, but everywhere AMD is inferior. The cooling system of the Reds is also inferior. In general, the GeForce RTX 3070 is indeed a pretty good model. It is incredibly difficult to compete with it in your niche. That is why it is most often purchased.

Radeon RX 6650 XT — GeForce RTX 3060

Here the greens have failed completely. The Radeon RX 6650 XT is at least 10% faster than its competitor. Although the difference could be much larger. It can compete even with the GeForce RTX 3060 Ti. We add low power consumption. In general, the Radeon RX 6650 XT is clearly an underestimated model. In terms of its capabilities, it is significantly ahead of the version from NVIDIA.

Radeon RX 6600 — GeForce RTX 3050

The tests are in the public domain. They are sad for a green company. We can’t find any positive moments for NVIDIA. Here is a vivid example of an effective advertising campaign. GeForce RTX 3050 sells significantly better. Although if a person could test both options, and then make a choice, then the Radeon RX 6600 would be chosen at 95% of cases.

Evaluating drivers and technologies

Previously, NVIDIA was ahead of AMD, but now the situation has changed. Radeon Software has a clear interface, many operations are carried out automatically. This greatly simplifies the work of an ordinary user. GeForce Experience is no less functional tool. Lots of useful options for configuring your graphics card.

In terms of technology, NVIDIA is still well ahead of AMD. The green ones have more of them and are constantly improving.


If we compare head-to-head video cards from these manufacturers in the same price range, then AMD is in no way inferior and even superior in many respects, including cost. Although the 4K gaming niche remains weak for the Reds. NVIDIA has several top models that have no competitors.

However, here you need to consider what kind of computer is going to. If you are interested in the maximum possible filling, then the choice is in favor of NVIDIA. The situation immediately changes if the middle peasant is going. In this case, AMD is preferable — cheaper and more productive.

  • All posts
  • KVM equipment (equipment) (2)
  • Powerline adapters (2)
  • Security (4)
  • Wireless adapters (3)
  • Power supplies (11)
  • Video cards (videocard) (38)
  • Video surveillance (CCTV) (6)
  • HDDs and SSDs (58)
  • Disk shelves (JBOD) (2)
  • Sound cards (sound card) (3)
  • Instruments (1)
  • Uninterruptible power supplies (UPS, UPS) (23)
  • Cables and patch cords (5)
  • Switches (12)
  • Computer peripherals (39)
  • Computers (PC) (40)
  • Controllers (RAID, HBA, Expander) (4)
  • PC Cases (13)
  • PC Motherboards (23)
  • Multifunction devices (MFPs) (6)
  • Memory modules for PC, laptops and servers (15)
  • Monitors (35)
  • Monoblocks (All-in-one PC) (8)
  • Desktop Storage (NAS) (2)
  • Notebooks (notebook, laptop) (34)
  • General information (41)
  • Cooling (15)
  • Tablets (3)
  • Plotters (1)
  • Printers (6)
  • Software (software) (34)
  • Enterprise Software (11)
  • Projectors (projector) (2)
  • Processors for PCs and servers (40)
  • Workstation (5)
  • Power Distribution Unit (PDU) (1)
  • Consumables for office equipment (1)
  • Wi-Fi Extenders (Repeaters, Repeaters) (3)
  • Routers (routers) (14)
  • Servers and server hardware (42)
  • Network cards (4)
  • Network filters (surge protector) (2)
  • Storage Systems (NAS) (1)
  • Scanners (1)
  • Telecommunication cabinets and racks (6)
  • Telephony (phone) (4)
  • Thin clients (2)
  • Transceivers (5)
  • Smart watches (watch) (1)

Power consumption of AMD Radeon and NVIDIA GeForce

video cards

Home News and reviews Power consumption of AMD Radeon and NVIDIA GeForce

video cards

When buying a new video card, it is important to pay attention to its power consumption.