AMD has just announced the RX 6700 XT, which is the 4th graphics card of the Big Navi generation. But, despite all the fanfare, there’s still no sign of AMD’s competitor to DLSS, which in my mind, is a deal breaker.
While AMD has so far done an excellent job of rivalling Nvidia’s graphics cards in terms of raw performance, the lack of a DLSS solution means AMD’s cards struggle to run modern games at a high frame rate when ray tracing is activated.
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