These threads read no differently than the OG Titan vs 290X, 780, 780Ti, 960, 970, and 980 ones.. AMD are doomed, they can't compete etc., etc.
You guys are basing AMD's future competitiveness with Nvidia against a single chip (P10), it's apples and oranges (GF vs TSMC).. Pascal is a slightly refined Maxwell, it's TSMC's process that turned out to be vastly superior than Global Foundries current one, it isn't as simple as AMD vs Nvidia.
Even Hawaii on TSMC's process would be competitive with the 1070 in raw performance (obviously not perf-per-Watt). Vega will be a superior architecture to Hawaii and Fiji, and will be using the same process as Pascal, flagship GCN 4.0 running at 1700Mhz with or without HBM2 would be a pretty beastly chip..
The RX 480 (4GB) is objectively better than the 1060 form a price to performance point of view, it's going to gain performance like all AMD cards do in the next few months, and is built with DX12/Vulkan in mind.
AMD's biggest blunder imo is once again leaving their fate to GF.. But i guess they have no choice if they want to take the fight to Intel, doesn't really have anything to do with Nvidia.
Some of the comments about AMD selling their GPU division/ wanting them to go bankrupt wouldn't be to great for Nvidia I'm afraid. Either Nvidia would be facing the full weight of AMD, or they would end up competing with far more advanced and wealthy companies. I wonder how long Nvidia could survive the likes of Samsung or Intel? My guess is not as long as AMD has managed to.