"The advantages of the GeForce GPU may be more mature ray tracing support and DLSS 2.0, both of which aren’t major selling points in our opinion unless you play a specific selection of games. "
This sounds like an uninformed youtube or reddit comment. There are several dozen games already using both those tech. The paroting of "not enough games" might have been true 2 years ago. Might have even been true 1 year ago. Certainly not as of now. Right when 4 of the biggest 5 games releasing at the end of 2020 have either ray tracing or dlss - Watch Dogs, Cyberpunk, Call of Duty, World of Warcraft.
RTX and DLSS are absolutely a selling point for buying new cards. Why would you buy one without them especially now after consoles got this tech too ? It makes no sense.
You dont need DLSS in any random game, its enough to have it in the heaviest hitters of the year. The games that require top of the line hardware to run well. Since AAA games arent releasing in the hundreds per month, of course its not gonna be a huge number of games when you say it in a vacuum. But that number is a fair one as of now and it's getting bigger each passing month.
The number of games that support ray tracing *today* is in the low 20s. There are only slightly more than that slated through the next year.
For DLSS 2.0, the list is shorter than ray tracing.
I'd like to see a source on "Several dozen" that support both.