Even that has to compete with the 470, which is again a laughable comparison. That's beyond the point though, everyone knows that these cards are up against the 1060, which again due to how NVIDIA cores work, would be a bad decision for any kind of investment. The best case scenario for a 1060 would be 1500 shader cores at around 1.3GHz. That card would be eaten alive by big Polaris in any relatively modern game. For the midrange AMD has always been better, since the days of the 5850, I can't really remember any GeForce card to really recommend. For the upper range things obviously change. I still remember people less than six months ago trying to argue that the 2GB GTX 960 was a sound choice vs the 4GB 285 (they were around the same price).