- Jun 29, 2023
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|Processor||Ryzen 5 7600X @1.25v|
|Motherboard||ASUS TUF B650M-PLUS WIFI|
|Cooling||Thermalright Peerless Assasin 120 SE Black|
|Memory||2x16GB DDR5 CL36 5600MHz|
|Video Card(s)||XFX RX 6800XT Merc 319 @1.1v @2600MHz clock @2140MHz vram freq.|
|Storage||1TB WD SN770 | 2TB WD Blue SATA III|
|Case||Lian Li Lancool 215|
|Power Supply||EVGA SuperNOVA 750W 80 Plus Gold|
|Mouse||Logitech G Pro Wireless|
|VR HMD||The bane of my existence (Oculus Quest 2)|
If I had to guess it's because before pricing was somewhat consisting, or at least it would follow a clear line. both AMD and NVIDIA have been nonsensical with both pricing and naming. 1200 dollar 4080? the predecessor was 700 dollars? nah that'll be fine, gpu work, people buy, make money big win. Meanwhile AMD is trying to combat NVIDIA by going "Look guys, our gpu tiers are actually going down in price!" while delivering you the performance they always would've given you anyways for that price. So yeah, names mean nothing, but they do to people, and specially marketing.This has everything to do with the 4060ti being trash if the 4060ti performed more like a 4070 these cards would be 100 cheaper but that isn't reality.
Naming is mostly irrelevant not sure why people are so hung up over it....