PowerColor Hellhound RX 7900 XT | 20GB | 5,376 shaders | 2,500MHz boost | $749.99$729.99 at Newegg (save $20 with promo code BFDCY2Z38)
For sheer 4K gaming performance, this GPU is a great choice thanks to impressive shading power, masses of bandwidth, and ridiculous amount of VRAM. It's pretty power hungry, though, and isn't as good as Nvidia's cards when it comes to handling ray tracing.
Zotac RTX 4070 Ti | 12GB | 7,680 shaders | 2,655MHz boost | $784.99 $729.99 at Newegg (save $55 with promo code BFDCY2Z49)
This is Nvidia's most powerful Ada Lovelace GPU that has a sensible price. Well, as sensible as you can get these days with high-end GPUs. It's a potent 1440p/4K graphics card, but it's true highlights are its ray tracing performance and DLSS 3.5 feature set. Use all of them in games that support it and just watch the fps counter go.
When AMD launched its Radeon RX 7900 XT in November 2022, we were impressed with its gaming performance, but less keen on its $899 MSRP. That put it way too close to the 7900 XTX but over time, price drops have made it more palatable. With this Newegg deal, you can get one for just $730. So what are you getting for your money?
Well, how about the fact it's an RDNA 3 GPU with 84 Compute Units or 5,376 shaders in total. In specific circumstances, these units are capable of processing two instructions at the same time, effectively giving you 10,752 shaders. It doesn't work like this all of the time, though, but the rest of the chip is still very high-end.
There's 20GB of fast GDDR6 VRAM, plus 80MB of Infinity Cache, and along with the 192 ROPs it's ideal for 4K gaming.
However, it's not a perfect graphics card. The maximum power limit of 315W is pretty high, so you'll need plenty of fansRead more on pcgamer.com