The launch of AMD Radeon RX Vega has kick-started plenty of debate here at HEXUS HQ and across the Internet.
We're of the opinion that RX Vega 64 hasn't quite done enough to stand-out against its immediate rivals, but the second-rung RX Vega 56 has shown more promise as a serious competitor to Nvidia's GeForce GTX 1070.
Both GPUs are well suited to FHD and QHD gameplay, but there are plenty of nuances to consider. Is one architecture more forward-looking than the other? There's the availability of custom coolers to consider, not to mention driver support and potential bundles. And of course power consumption and noise can also be key factors for today's consumers.
It isn't a straightforward decision, and the buying process is further complicated by fluctuating retail prices, but these two GPUs are destined to compete in the near-£400 market. We're always intrigued to hear how new products are perceived by our readers, so for this week there can be only one question: AMD Radeon RX Vega 56 or Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070?
Let us know your preferred pick, and your reasons why, using the comments facility below.