All these features make the AMD Vega cards feel incredibly practical versus the excess and overclocking shenanigans of Nvidia. It’s as if AMD is trying to say “if you want nose bleed speed go with Nvidia, but if you want control and a nice experience join us.” That’s a reasonable sale to an old woman such as myself. I play my games on 4K TVs that have no syncing technology (though Microsoft suggests that could change next year) and can only show between 60 and 120 frames a second. I don’t need dual video cards or crazy numbers, I need good enough. And the AMD Vega 64 and AMD Vega 56 are good enough. If you’re looking for a reasonably priced card the AMD Vega 56 is a fantastic choice. But these cards aren’t enough to lure Nvidia loyalists or the power hungry away. As the latest salvo in the war between Nvidia and AMD goes, the new Vega cards are pretty weak.