Out of over 120,000 video cards sold in some recent period, how many were returned? And does this vary by vendor?
Here's the news article:https://techreport.com/news/3472666/amd-gpus-rma-more-than-nvidia-report/
And here's the spreadsheet with the RMA data:https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/e/2PACX-1vQbqvpHU0z6oK9HaCRbDPhkEoq5OA32mRGysyDZYhFsAk2kwKie-DaKplFyco7vwlw3ansFpjNstrpG/pubhtml
There are a variety of ways that you can look at this. One is that the overall RMA rate was 3.2% for AMD cards and 2.5% for Nvidia cards.
You can also break it down by board partner, where AMD-only partner PowerColor was by far the worst. PowerColor had a 5.4% RMA rate, while the next highest was 3.3% for XFX, Gainward, and Palit. The difference between PowerColor and the second worst was larger than the difference between the second worst and the best, PNY at 1.7%. If you remove PowerColor, the RMA return rate for AMD was about 2.5%--basically the same as for Nvidia.
You can also look at which particular SKUs were the worst. On the AMD side, only four had an RMA rate above 5%, and all four of those were made by PowerColor. That's how the board partner got such an awful overall RMA rate. On the Nvidia side, it various tremendously by card, with all RTX 2080 Tis having a combined RMA rate over 5%, and the RTX 2070 not far below that. Meanwhile, the RTX 2060, GTX 1660 Ti, and all of the Super cards had an RMA rate below 2%.