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AMD has launched its own online GPU Comparison Tool. This is a web page with drop down menus and a dynamic chart, which is touted as a tool to “enable consumers to choose the best GPU for their individual needs.” It features nearly all the latest graphics cards from team red, and team green, as well as 11 popular PC games, the three most popular screen resolutions, and a handful of graphics quality and API toggles. There’s also a bit of mysterious legalese to read through.

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The best part of this tool is the extensive selection of AMD Radeon RX 6000 series GPUs, as well as all of Nvidia‘s GeForce RTX 30 series graphics cards. However, we note after prodding the menus and options, that AMD has decided to avoid any performance comparison charts featuring its Radeon RX 6500 XT or RX 6400 – even in eSports-style titles at 1080p. Whether AMD has any intentions to add them remains to be seen. Nvidia GPUs shown run the full gamut of the RTX 30 series from the RTX 3090 Ti at the top down the the RTX 3050.

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