The first round of reviews are in, and it looks like the GeForce GTX 1080 really has taken the single-GPU graphics performance crown—at least for now. But there's still a lot of variables to consider when buying a shiny new card, and not everyone is looking for the biggest and fastest thing around. Although we haven't seen any hard numbers, the less-expensive GeForce GTX 1070 may have some serious price-to-performance promise for enthusiasts. We're hearing rumors that AMD's new Polaris GPU will rise above the horizon in the next few weeks, too. There's even the option to stick with what you have if a new card isn't in the, well, cards right now.
With all these new and upcoming options, the choice to upgrade to a GeForce GTX 1080 is largely a personal one right now, so we figured we'd put the question to you. Tell us what your thoughts are in the poll below. If you think we missed an option, or you have another plan, let us know in the comments.
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