We are so used to hear promises from AMD that we speak as them: "more than a year, get the Fury" is so close to "Next week", and "DX12"... The bottom line is: If AMD has not a BIG success (better HUGE) in GPUs sold in the next quarters his % of the GPU market will be so dwarf that make them irrelevant. Promises for near future "Next year" could not be enough. That's why i think DX11 performance is still key for them untill their CLEAR advantage in DX12 will prevail. AMD must sell a real performing package: Hardware (OK) + DX11 DRIVERS (FAIL) WHO WORKS RIGHT NOW IN ALMOST ANY GAME AROUND... ... not promises for the future.