Ya, they had the RMA train up and running pretty fast too.
Thru all the GPU misery we had EVGA has at least kept prices close to MSRP and customer service on course.
They are always the first option for me. Now gimme MITX B550 EVGA plx....Or any MITX MB actually.
Nvidia has been offering more for your money for a while now.
It's easy to belittle their drive to innovate as marketing fluff or whatever but reality is they are ahead of AMD and probably will be for quite a while.
As Dan suggests, at MSRP there is no reason to go AMD.
I'm at 32", 4K.
Not sure I'd want anything bigger, at least not for work (Photo editing etc)
My desk doesnt have much depth either, maybe one day if I change my desk out or maybe just move it and stick monitor on a arm.
"Powered by dedicated AI processors on GeForce RTX GPUs called Tensor Cores, DLSS 2.0 is a new and improved deep learning neural network that boosts frame rates while generating beautiful, crisp game images. It gives gamers the performance headroom to maximize ray tracing settings...
Intel could absolutely not afford to have a proprietary solution on their GPU's at launch.
It has to work on everything out there made in the last say 2 years or so.
This might be the end of DLSS. Or maybe not.
Time will tell. I hope not, I like DLSS and I think it could have a lot to give yet.