NVIDIA really takes AMD seriously, having seen it with the introduction of the SUPER range and subsequent price changes to be more competitive Today we are witnessing a new Chapter of this battle that in this case it has once again had AMD as the main maintainer of the coup.
The new RX 5600 XT looks like a glove in a hole that NVIDIA can't cover: the one between GTX 1660 Ti and RTX 2060
AMD compares the GTX 1660 Ti bet to prices that offer extra performance
The fact is that no matter how much the NVIDIA model and series launch in the market, AMD acts as a competitor to balance each new model it launches. This makes it possible for the market manager to adjust prices and that this has an effect, not on the model, but on the affected card and all subordinates.
Therefore, the RTX 2060 price reduction will have a direct effect on the GTX 1660 and may be on the GTX 1650 depending on the cost to the user. Therefore, price inflation will be expressed at the following rate and in dollars: 299, 279, 229, 199/209, 169/159 and 149 dollars respectively, where the lower and middle ranges are combined for up to 9 different models.
- RTX 2060
- RX 5600 XT / GTX 1660 Ti
- GTX 1660 SUPER
- RX 5500 XT 8 GB / GTX 1660
- RX 5500 XT 4 GB / GTX 1650 SUPER
- GTX 1650
Apparently, NVIDIA features the best parts, because it has just twice as many graphics cards on the market as its competitors, which shows that AMD did a pretty good job as the Huangs had to respond to this redundant move.
The good news is that this fierce competition benefits the user and, if AMD has decided to introduce a dry RX 5600, it may re-evaluate the mid-range range, where it will have to double its price range to compete.