Gamers rarely pay attention to the image quality of video games. They rush for completing levels and have a little time to check how was graphics so far. Newly bought GPU may impress the user with high frame rates and short frame time. But as time goes by he forgets how great GPU he has. People realize whether their GPUs are good or bad by only comparing to others. Let’s see a comparison of two GPUs from different brands like AMD and NVIDIA. Currently, so often discussed RTX 2070 Super and so much trending RX 5700 XT on playing games like Shadow of the Tomb Raider, Resident Evil 2 Remake, Grand Theft Auto V and PUBG.
In Shadow of the Tomb Raider Radeon has wider shadows. NVIDIA shows a smaller shadow.
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Color is strongly filled on Radeon. The brighter color goes to NVIDIA. Look at the hood, RX 5700 XT shows a dark maroon color. Most of the gamers do not notice such moments.
In GTA 5, I could grab an image of a house roof. NVIDIA has bright color here too. There is a dot on the wall’s left side seen on Radeon.
Radeon has more shadows than NVIDIA. Look at the left side of head; low shadows are seen from NVIDIA.
There are rocks seen on the bottom from NVIDIA’s image. But Radeon hides them. Not Good. I am not happy for AMD. Don’t hide rocks, gamers might use them for throwing at enemies.
Radeon shows more shadows in PUBG. Nvidia tries to shrink the shadows. I think they are doing it intentionally to increase FPS. Just joking.
On this post, Intel Core i7-8700K assists the gamer from Benchmark channel in comparing both GPUs. A different scenario may happen if a different CPU is implemented. I can’t conclude that Radeon is better than Nvidia relying on one test setup and seeing low shadows from Nvidia.
Source: Benchmark via Youtube.
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