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2018-04-18 09:48

NVIDIA generally have better driver support and AMD are generally slightly better value. If you're doing a lot of graphics/video editing then NVIDIA is the better buy (because of a technology called CUDA, some applications benefit from the CUDA cores present on NVIDIA graphics cards).


To be honest you wont notice much difference. There are a few features you may notice one over the other if you play a specific game that uses one of those heavily. Also if you have a monitor that supports AMD's FreeSync or Nvidia's G-Sync that may sway you one direction or the other. 
The Nvidia card with the same performance will run at lower temps and produce less heat.
Nvidia has PhysX support for some games(very rarely used in games).
Nvidia has a better track record with driver updates albeit they have had some flops but they tend to make less mistakes than AMD. AMD has put a lot of focus on drivers in the last couple months so this should change.
Nvidia has Adaptive V-sync.
Nvidia has 3D Vision.
Nvidia has G-Sync.
AMD has mantle support for some games.
AMD has better performance in Directex 12 however that is somewhat a moot point as neither Nvidia or AMD's cards that were designed for Directx 12 are out yet(Both will be released this year). Coupled with the fact that there are only 9 Directx 12 games to date. However if one you play is Directx 12 you may like AMD better in that case.
AMD has HD3D (like Nvidias 3D Vision).
AMD has FreeSync which is a similar feature to Nvidia's G-Sync.

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