AMD's Chief of Marketing claims AMD RX 6000 series GPUs provide up to 89% more performance/US$ than competing Nvidia GPUs
Frank Azor has tweeted a chart analyzing the price to performance ratio of AMD Radeon RX 6000 series GPUs compared to Nvidia RTX 3000 series cards. The chart lists all AMD RDNA 2 boards against their Nvidia counterparts in the same price bracket. Per the chart, AMD has a huge advantage at the low end. For instance, facing off against the RTX 3050, the RX 6600 offers 40% more FPS/US$ and a 38% improvement in performance per watt.
Similarly, when compared to the RTX 3060, the RX 6650 XT has an advantage of 54% more performance per dollar and 35% better FPS/Watt. The difference between the price-to-performance ratio becomes less pronounced for high-end cards like the RX 6800 XT and the RTX 3080 where the AMD offering only enjoys a lead of 6% in price to performance ratio.
One thing to note here, the prices mentioned on the chart are from Newegg and are already more than a week old. So, take the price-to-performance information with a grain of salt.