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AMD has typically relied on the open source community to inject "features" into it's Graphics lineup... It's cheap, easy to make industry standard.
Intel then has followed suit with it's integrated graphics.

But even features that AMD has a decade+ worth of experience over nVidia with, like Tessellation, when nVidia implements it, it is happy to dedicate more silicon to the problem and provide a better solution overall... So it always seems like nVidia has the advantage, because it does.

...And honestly, AMD banked it *big* during COVID and the Crypto boom, they were making GPU's at a record pace and cashing in big, that should be enough of a cash injection to boost their R&D for several years.

Either way, I have been buying AMD for years, they provide better price/performance for my needs and I don't see that changing anytime soon.

--::{PC Gaming Master Race}::--