Wow awesome. Its nice that AMD tackled this issue and it seems it FULLY supports 4k as well with UHD. Downside however is that it adds input latency to the connection (being an active adapter) and OLED TV's already have some hefty input latency to deal with. Do you by chance know how much input latency it introduces? If its small (say 5ms) then that's still doable. But if its like 15+ ms then that's a no go. I don't tend to upgrade my video cards often , its an expensive hobby and I prefer to spend my time in games and not benchmarking them for personal pleasure. There just aren't enough Direct X 12 games to really be worried about that right now. It takes years for a new Direct X standard to actually get a healthy pool of games and even the most recent Direct X 12 enabled game (Hitman) doesn't really show any fantastic gains from the benchmark I've seen. Of course this could change with further driver and game updates. I'll be honest I have some bias towards Nvidia. I've never really had a bad experience with them. I buy them. I plug them in and they work. With AMD I had a rough time with drivers , weird BSOD (or GSOD) errors. Clocking issues with the GPU's even under load (I read the recent patch notes on a driver update and this problem still is being addressed). Without question however AMD offers a great bang for the buck but it seems like as usual AMD can be a bit more picky where as the recent 900 series Nvidia cards pretty much outside of 2 driver updates are rock solid. I'm not saying I'm not willing to try AMD again but there is another thing holding me back. I have a G-sync monitor and I love it. If I go with AMD I'll have to re-buy a new monitor with Freesync and it will cost a ton (at least $600 from what I've seen for a nice 1440p Freesync monitor) so that's $400 for a card and possibly up to $600 for a monitor. That alone makes it hard for me to switch. I've seen Freesync in action and it seems just as amazing as G-sync but the monitors can be limiting , some of them don't have a 144Hz refresh rate with Freesync enabled (some are between 40Hz and 75Hz which is way to narrow) and it'll probably be awhile before the offerings are more fleshed out. Plus all of the new IPS based G-sync and Freesync monitors seems to have terrible QC issues. I hate playing the lottery on panels , its misery. I can't even imagine buying an Acer Predator 34X and having all the big QC problems it has and feeling like dumping $1300-1400 down the drain just to MAYBE get one that isn't riddled with issues.