Super beats Navi but at a price: Ashes of the Singularity Crazy benchmark featuring Nvidia Super, RTX, and AMD 5700 cards leaked
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It appears to be a great time to be in the hunt for a new graphics card with both AMD and Nvidia offering up a whole host of new products to tempt gamers to part with their cash. On the red side, there is the vaunted Navi-based RX 5700 XT and RX 5700, and in the green corner there are SKUs from both the regular Turing-based RTX series and the new Super additions.
A rundown of the FPS scores allegedly made by members of the newest graphics card families has been posted online by Tum Apisak. The benchmark scores come from the Ashes of the Singularity game using the Crazy 4K preset (DirectX 11). According to the curious list of results, the Nvidia GeForce RTX 2070 Super comes out on top, with a score of 5,500 points and 57 FPS. The closest competitor from AMD in this particular situation is the Radeon RX 5700 XT, which managed 53 FPS and 5,200 points.
Further down the points chart in third place is the non-Super RTX 2070 on 52 FPS, followed by the RTX 2060 Super (48 FPS), RX 5700 (47 FPS), and the GeForce RTX 2060, which sits at the bottom of this specific comparison on 41 FPS. So in this AotS benchmark with the above-mentioned preset, Super beats out Navi in basic terms of RTX 2070S vs. RX 5700 XT and RTX 2060S vs. RTX 5700.
However, there are a couple of other points to take into account in regard to this particular benchmark result comparison. The above versus comparisons don’t reflect the prices: The Radeon RX 5700 XT costs US$399 directly from AMD's online store (the non-XT variant is priced at US$349). This is much cheaper than the RTX 2070 Super (US$499; RTX 2060 Super US$399), and it should be pointed out just how well the RX 5700 card performs in this scenario. Nvidia may have the power, but AMD has the price.
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