First off, I've been a hardcore AMD supporter for quite some time. Complete video card history: TNT2 Geforce 2 GTS Geforce 4 ti 4200 9800 Pro 7800GS x1950 Pro 3850 5850 6950 380 (short lived) As you can see, I've been straight AMD/ATI since 2006. Unfortunately, at least for now those days are over. The hardware has always been top-notch, but sadly the drivers have been wanting for some time now. I'd say the issues really became prevalent around the 5850's launch. Shortly thereafter, it became a constant game of "finding the best driver for ______ game". Once I found the one that worked best for me, I stuck with it. The 10.4a driver for Battlefield: BC2 on the 5850 and the 12.8/13.12/14.12 drivers for the 6950 immediately come to mind etc. I decided to give AMD one more chance and picked up a 380 4GB about two weeks ago. There were no HUGE issues really, just a lot of little hassles. So yesterday after much contemplation, I packed up the card, took it back to Microcenter, and exchanged it for a 960 4GB. Make no mistake, I am fully aware of the 960's 128-bit bus and the fact that it is approximately 15% slower than the 380. But, between Nvidia's much more frequent driver updates, market dominance, Fallout 4's apparent system requirements, and the overwhelming ease of use/lack of issues, I decided to switch over to the green team. I have to say, I am very pleased with my decision thus far. Please, don't flame me. I just felt the need to express my opinions/impressions etc. Make no mistake, if AMD gets it act together, I'll gladly switch back. But for now, it looks like my love affair with AMD hardware has finally come to an end.