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|System Name||The de-ploughminator Mk-II|
|Motherboard||MSI Z790 Carbon|
|Cooling||ID-Cooling SE-226-XT + Phanteks T30|
|Memory||2x16GB G.Skill DDR5 6400c36|
|Video Card(s)||Asus RTX4090 TUF|
|Storage||Kingston KC3000 2TB NVME|
|Display(s)||LG OLED CX48"|
|Case||Corsair 5000D Air|
|Power Supply||Corsair HX850|
|Mouse||Razor Viper Ultimate|
I am still waiting for that nice Guru, that will make a utility for us, so we can swap between DLSS versions for the games that support them with ease.
I'm using DLSS Swapper which does exactly what you want "swap between DLSS versions for the games that support them with ease", although it only works with Steam.
This why the price will be much higher, but you could get a 4070 that will still beat a 3090 at 4K in pure ratserisation and easily beat it for RT. It's said the 4060 Ti will match the 3090 for RT.
People will need to drop down a tier this gen if they don't want sticker shock, but you'll still get a lot stronger performance.
I guess haters like to find things to complain about, 4060Ti could very well beat 3090 @4K while using <250W, offering superior efficiency. But hey AD102 using 70% more power than GA102 while offering 100-150% more FPS means that the whole uarch is bad according to some .
Meanwhile I'm just chilling with my 3090 using < 300W @ 4K RT DLSS Balanced in new AAA games, but hey DLSS is bad according to some too.