I want higher boost clocks, it'd be really helpful if the rumors pan out to these specs. But I'm not yet certain Ada is really built for that. Hypothetically larger cache sizes help with that, reducing latency hiding needs. But there's always other bottlenecks somewhere.
And it seems like Nvidia may still be an "AI first" company, with consumer GPUs being a slightly secondary concern. It'd be nice to see them go for a much more segment focused division like AMD and Intel are doing. Heck AMD has entirely separate arch between HPC and Consumer. Still if the price is right for these cards then the price is right, even without super high clocks.
Could always look into UE? But otherwise Nvidia definitely has that all encompassing software support right now. Would be cool to see AMD use their newfound wealth to try and match that...
UE is kind of a dream, to make my stuff interactive. It is however rather difficult to get into. I mean, i found quite a nice online course for more than acceptable price of about 200 EUROs to teach me how to do it, and i presume i would be able to learn it. But its 30 hours of videos from the start - preparation of the scene in modeling software, through all the exporting and importing, light-baking and setting-up within the UE - not to mention i might need to buy some additional assets.... bottom line, too much work to learn something, while cool, i dont really have a clientelle willing to pay for, where i live. Not to mention i would have to do it in my free time and as is, i would rather spend it in different way than with more work.
On topic of AMD, while they were always more than decent competition to Nvidia hardware-wise, aside those few Polaris years, their negligence, when it comes to software side, pretty much locked me to Nvidia since 2009, when i started to use Octane. Its 2022 and this did not change, and believe me, (as example) i would happily pay less for 6900XT than 3090 (presuming their similar performance as it the case with games), if only did it function with Octane. Funny thing, Octane works on Mac with AMD cards, but not because of AMD, but Apple and their Metal API. Since there is nobody like Apple to sort AMD drivers or whatever is needed on the WIndows platform, and AMD is unwilling or not capable to do it themselves, Octane remains Nvidia-locked.