Haha, so many divine prophets here, all predicting performance and prices; because these guesses have proven so accurate before.... :wanker: How about AMD releases the card, for whatever price, and we see if it is worth it compared to the competition. People are already passing verdicts on thin air. I mean, I can also throw in my prediction based on nothing but past history: It will perform around to above a 970, cost far more. That being said, it's ITX sized, so it has a niche for it regardless of common competition. Even if it is not practical in comparison to a 970 ITX in price/performance, a simple lack of anything else will still give this card a market; so what if it costs far more for a small performance increase, you don't have other options. A market that is ironically hurt by the lack of HDMI 2.0, but still. This, in my opinion, is the kind of card AMD needs to release. A GTX 970's O/C ability may also not come into the picture here due to the thermal limits of an ITX environment, which may also help the Nano's case.