This time next week I'll have the cash to upgrade my gpu and looking at the performance benchmarks I'm not entirely sure which card to go for but I also reckon many other people are asking this same question themselves. (For reference the specs in my profile are up to date). Here we have the 480 Nitro 8GB which will be £240 https://www.overclockers.co.uk/sapp...ddr5-pci-express-graphics-card-gx-37c-sp.html (or do I spend another £10 for the Nitro+?) Then, we have the Fury https://www.overclockers.co.uk/sapp...rd-with-backplate-11247-03-40g-gx-377-sp.html for £300 or do I go green and get a 1060 with prices from £230 (more realistically £250 for a good version). With the 480, we're seeing benchmarks where performance can range from that equivalent of a 970/290/390 to that of upto 980/Fury/Nano but the performance difference at 1080p between the 480 and a Fury doesn't really seem to be that much and then we have the 1060 which again shows performance between a similar margin starting off at 970 levels even reaching 980 ti levels. I'm thinking going for a Fury but concerned that the 4GB VRAM could be a problem later on (although if I use my 285 as an example, gcn 1.2 has been really good on vram usage). My main concern is though I'll want to get the best I can for longevity sake, AMD seems to have that in the bag and their cards have shown the least performance losses over time as new titles come out (if anything, showing performance increases over time through driver performance enhancements) where as nVidia cards seem to have their performance maxed out right at the start with little improvement over time. I'm just not really sure what to go for, ideally I'd like to see from nVidia, a card inbetween the 1060 and 1070 (so perhaps a 1060 ti) as there isn't really anything that fills the price and performance gap between those cards but from AMD's offerings, I'm just not sure at the moment.