Our in-depth analysis states that "NVIDIA has the best GPU for gamers who crave the utmost performance," but there are a few provisos to consider - the card isn't cheap at £400, frame buffer limitations can come into play at crazy-high resolutions, and if you're gaming at anything less than 1080p, the GeForce GTX 680 could be deemed overkill.
But enough of what we think - we've had page after page of that already - now it's time for you, the consumers, to have your say. Has NVIDIA's revamped Kepler architecture done enough to entice you into making a purchase? Were you hoping for more? Are you still leaning toward the rival Radeon? Or are you waiting for something cheaper in the GeForce 600-series line? Let us know in the comments below.