I consider the gtx 680 the only true nondisclosed midrange gpu. Just look at its crap performance now... As far as 980 being midrange, that can't be true since sli performance doesn't make a big enough difference going to 980ti. I have a 3dmark firestrike total system score of 30k with 3way 980s. Single card is only about 25% more on avg both overclocked. 980 is almost twice as fast as a 960. This is also an insult to AMD, but they're catching up. Since the marker has always been relative family gpu performance to determine a class of card, the 1080 might actually be a "midrange" card due to gp102 having over 3000 cores and hbm2 if we only consider 4k as the new 1080p. Otherwise the term is now meaningless since 1080 60fps is easily attainable for most games now.