Nvidia sure has something in their mind, I don't believe they don't have a plan B. But at the same time I think AMD did not spill all the beans yet, either. Some rumors (bear in mind: rumors or leaks) indicate to good OC potential. I hope this is true. And I think AMD may have some other surprises, too. An unlocked 6900XT with GDDR6X memory and higher bus width? Maybe. Because as we all saw, AMD kept its highest end card within 300w TDP limit even though the competition has 50w more headroom. We will wait and see.You may see a 10 to 20% improvement of Nvidia RTX 3000 series cards in the next few months, once they update drivers and start using a AMD Ryzen 5900XT or similar CPU (or next gen Intel when they get around to it). Biggest improvements for the RTX 3090. The figures from both GPU families will be superseded as time goes on. Performance at launch is not the whole picture.