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- The performance-per-dollar is outstanding in the new Polaris-based RX 470 and RX 480 GPUs.
- They have full hardware support of asynchronous shaders in DX12 and Vulkan in those GPUs as well.
- Similarly, for VR they support asynchronous space warp. LiquidVR™ Asynchronous Space Warp - YouTube
- The price of entry for Freesync monitors is much more reasonable compared with G-Sync, and a greater variety of monitors are available for it.
- If you value open source, then AMD's GPUOpen effects are preferable to proprietary Gameworks.
- Constant driver improvement such as this: Major Gains in DX11 Overhead with new 16.9.1 Crimsons!
- The AMD community here is pretty great, IMO.
OP you really need to give more information as no single answer will cover everything.
What are you going to use the card for
What is your budget
What are the rest of your system specs
It is amazing.
Get yourself and AMD card and go buy deus ex mankind divided and run it in dx12 mode.
Get ready to blow your mind.
I would wait till Vega comes out though.
But I bought myself a Fury in the meantime. It is awesome.
But mind you a lot of people are using old hardware, so not sure when we can actually the implementation of that hardware in real life.