AMD Radeon RX 5700 XT might not be as powerful as Nvidia RTX 2070 Super but it definitely destroys Nvidia GPU with its Anti-lag. According to benchmark results, AMD Radeon RX 5700 XT Anti-Lag destroys RTX 2070 Super in terms of input lag.
The benchmark was performed for Battlefield 5 at 1080p resolution with DirectX 11 at Ultra presets. You can see the results in the image below as the AMD Radeon RX 5700 XT Anti-lag is way faster than RTX 2070 Super in driver lag. However, the difference between the in-game input lag is almost non-existent.
For those of you wondering what it means for the in-game performance? The answer is simple, which is “it doesn’t matter”. Both GPUs have around 0.2 ms of difference for in-game input lag.
Meaning you won’t feel any difference while playing the game on either GPU. But, the test has only been performed for Battlefield 5 and the results may vary depending on the game.
Also, if you notice you will realize that without Anti-Lag the AMD Radeon RX 5700 XT performs noticeably better compared to Anti-Lag on and the RTX 2070. This indicates that Anti-lag from AMD might not be as sophisticated as we had hoped.
Speaking of the AMD vs Nvidia, AMD is the first to introduce 7nm GPUs in the market. However, Nvidia claims its 12nm Turing architecture is still the most efficient GPU.
Over Pascal it is up to 1.4x our efficiency. If I had to draw on here. We don’t like to revel in our competition. But I will say there’s another GPU that was talked about that is roughly 2070 performance. The power of that device is right about here. If I had to draw where the Radeon VII might be it’s roughly 2080 perf. And it’s somewhere out here for power.
In the CPU market, AMD Ryzen reigns supreme with its competitive prices and performance. Interestingly, AMD has removed max temperatures for its Ryzen 3000 CPUs’ listings.
While it isn’t a thing to worry about but its odd considering AMD has listed max temperatures for all of its previous Ryzen CPUs. Is AMD trying to hide something? We won’t know for sure until AMD itself clarifies the situation.