initial impressions: nvidia drivers have many more options, and i ether got lucky and hit the winning combo on the second try, or they stick better than AMD. that said, graphics drivers and the individual games don't play together any better than with AMD so far, but forcing it through the control panel works. CCC beats the hell out of nvidia's control panel though. much more user friendly, and a lot better design/features, like overdrive, monitoring, fan control, etc. displays management much better too. i still haven't been able to get my HDMI connected TV to work. that's a HUGE negative, as i watch movies and tv and stuff from my computer ALL the time. it's also my dvd/blu-ray player.
very pleased with the performance. i saw a jump well past what i was expecting from just one generation difference, and not even going to the top-end with the new one. as of now, i'm giving the drivers fight to AMD, because CCC is just THAT much better than the incredibly basic nvidia control panel. working (and easy to use) multi-display is far more important to me than anti-aliasing working all the time.