I am sure it's coming. Problem is the time gap between Lisa's IT'S COMING and the card being available in practical terms is as big or as small as your faith in AMD's execution. Take 5700/XT: From my standpoint, having zero desire to mess around fixing their silly cooler and silly no ZERO RPM BIOS - a month after the official release - 5700/XT IS still COMING. Not to mention that with each day "wait for 7nm Nvidia" makes more sense AMD has iChill. Nvidia doesn't. In my mind, being silence and power consumption nutjob, that's a huge plus for AMD. I had to *&$# around with Nvidia power states to keep it from boosting and eating power when it doesn't have to. You know, like in workloads that require more GPU omph than provided by 2D frequencies , but nowhere near 3D. Some game play it smart - some boost like crazy without ever needing the frequencies they trigger iChill = ++ AMD Nvidia needs to steal it PERIOD Other than that... AMD's overlay is a like playing a lottery. Nvidia has full blown software stack that actually feels and performs like a finished product. Here comes surprise: RE:FreeSync - it works better with Turing than it ever did with my 290. With AMD, when your FPS blows past the upper refresh limit, except for handful of games (like WTF is with that, more lottery) - you're tearing. If you fps limit, you're tearing. With Nvidia+FreeSync monitor you have three (3) options to prevent tearing with VESA Adaptive Sync still working: Ingame fps limiting, RTSS or NV inspector.