Only on benchmarks heavily favouring Nvidia code wise.Its a rebrand of the Vega Instinct card, its a compute monster, stock though it loses to a 1080Ti and the 2080 from almost every benchmark I have seen,
Key issue is software related. When an application is not properly optimized, a powerful and well designed hardware will not make a difference. That is currently the problem in PC from developers to publishers. Note how AMD sponsored application does not penalize competition unlike vice versa.On the plus side Vega.....ehhh...7nm 25% performance increase is great, Navi will in all likelihood be a lot better of an arch. so the benefits should be exceedingly better, I think if AMD can bring 60fps 1440p max settings to the base budget model GPU on the new arch they will have a clear winner, the unknown is NVidia and what they will do, 7nm double/triple Pattern or wait for the EUV/UVL in 2020, they are starting the 5nm EUV/UVL process thus dropping the prices on the 7nm to affordable terms that we *MAY be able to afford as consumers, if they drop die size with the already proven arch AMD might have some troubles ahead, either way 2020 will be great Navi 10, Navi 20 from what I understood was supposed to be this card but they scrapped the idea and went with another idea from a guy who retired which was the Vii(stopgap until Navi), so depending that may or won't show its face(keep in mind that info is from leaks so it could be BS about Navi20).