Okay, to start, this is completely debatable. With all the cards on the computer building market right now this title is completely up for grabs. Now I’m not saying its the best bang for your buck, but it runs the best, flat out. This is for one very important reason. Its all about the VRAM. It’s a video cards own RAM. Allowing it to video edit and run games super smoothly. Some very good examples of this is it can run ARMA III on Ultra settings and Battlefield III Ultra settings, 64 men on, at 60 FPS! Anyone who knows a little about either of those games knows that is blowing them out of the water. For all you guys wanting the Day Z stand alone with the ARMA III engine, if you get one of these you got no worries. At the same you’ll be set for the next decade. So for future computer builders it either bite the bullet now, or spend money later down the road. With all this at the same time you have GTX coming out with their 800 series of GPU’s in 2014. So will their Titan be surpassed who knows. At the same time there’s me, the AMD fanboy waiting for the 8000 series of Radeons in 2014. Which may or may not finally beat out Nvidia. The Titan still stands on top as the best video card out today, even if its arguable.