"Without good gaming performance it's all a moot point, and that being said the GTX 960 does deliver good, competitive performance when you make the direct comparison to AMD's card that occupies that price/performance spot: the R9 285. If the performance level isn't high enough, then there is always overclocking to ratchet up the performance. When it came to overclocking the GTX 960 really has some built-in head room, and both the EVGA and MSI cards showed that headroom off quite well. All while running cooler and more efficient than prior gen cards, and the competition. The addition of the GTX 960 to the product stack means that the GTX 760, which is a good performer in its own right, is going to be EOL, just like the GTX 780 and GTX 770 were with the introduction of the GTX 980 and GTX 970. At the $199 asking price you get a lot of support that you can bank on."