We've seen a few high-end GPU launches in 2016, but the new graphics cards that have really piqued our interest are the upper-mid-range Radeon RX 480 and GeForce GTX 1060. Why? Well, prices are more affordable first and foremost, but the two cards are also intriguing as they serve as direct competitors.
Choice is a great thing to have, and while the top-end of the graphics space has been by and large dominated by team green in recent times, the £200-£300 arena is far more evenly contested. And there's no shortage of intrigue, either. Reference cards paint one picture, while partner cards provide another view, and in-game performance on the latest APIs has left us all scratching our heads as to what the future may really hold.
It's been fascinating to watch the battle unfold, and with numerous reviews out in the wild and stock availability becoming clearer, we reckon now's a good time to ask: AMD Radeon RX 480 or Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060? Let us know which you'd choose, and your reasons why, using the comments facility below.