When it comes to these two new rumoured GPUs from Nvidia, we can ascertain one thing for certain, and that’s a win for us: the consumer. That’s because Nvidia has put these cards into research and development to directly combat the threat of AMD’s 6000 series GPU lineup.
So, we have two possibilities laid out in front of us. The first is that AMD announces their graphics cards, they aren’t as powerful as Nvidia had anticipated, they have the price tags to match and we have a scalable ladder of GPUs from both Nvidia and AMD in terms of power, all the way up to the 3090.
In this instance, Nvidia might not choose to release their Ti cards, and instead focus on the line of GPUs they have available. This is still a win for us, as there is plenty of options in the GPU market no matter your price point.
The second scenario is that AMD announces a well-balanced range of GPUs that cause Nvidia concern in terms of performance and price. In this scenario, they decide to okay the launch of Ti versions of the Ampere GPUs, and we have even more options on the market when it comes to GPUs, and competitive pricing to match.
Like I say, no matter what happens, the PC gamer crowd is going to be the real winner. Obviously, we have no idea on timescale or pricing yet, so all we can do now is sit back and wait for the reveal of the AMD 6000 series GPUs, and any subsequent Nvidia reactions.
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