It sounds like you should just dip on over to AMD's waters and get what they are offering. However, I wouldn't write Nvidia off yet until there is head-to-head benchmarks with Cyberpunk. You may not like the configurations, but scores of people will not care if performance is what they want right now. Cyberpunk will move hardware. Whichever brand comes out on top with RT, no matter how much oogles of ram there is on one card or another, will have a huge determining factor in the initial success of these cards in 2020.Has anyone heard of an Nvidia response to the 6800 XT? I haven't. The 3080 is already effectively discontinued, as expected, for not offering enough memory for the price. The 3070 Ti is coming for $600 with 10GB. It's basically a 3080 for $100 cheaper and will try to compete with the 6800, but will be more expensive and have only 10GB compared to 16. The next card up is the rumored 3080 Ti with 20GB for $1000 to compete with the 6900 XT. That makes sense, but what will Nvidia do about the 6800 XT? The 6800 XT is the best card that makes the most sense of all of them and Nvidia has nothing to combat it. Their cards don't have enough ram or performance unless you spend $1000 or more. That doesn't do anything to address the 6800 XT with 3080+ performance and 16GB for only $650.