A Vega card by XFX, with 8 GB of memory and a single fan.
Pro Amazing performance
The card is capable of running Battlefield 1 in Full HD (1920x1080) with Ultra Quality preset at 149 fps, in WQHD (2560x1440) at 113 fps and in Ultra HD (3840x2160) at 62 fps. It falls around 10-20 fps behind GTX 1080 Ti cards in each resolution.
Hitman(2016) runs at 141 fps in Full HD, at 107 fps in WQHD and 62 fps in Ultra HD, again falling behind the GTX 1080 Ti cards by around 10-20 fps.
For both games, the card beats GTX 1080 cards by a few fps in each resolution. The performance of this card is amazing, since it can run very demanding games at maximum settings, in Ultra HD resolution with over 60 fps.
Con Temperatures go high
Under load(when gaming), the temperatures go as high as 79 degrees Celsius. These temperatures may cause throttling and other heat issues, so it's important to keep the whole PC case properly ventilated. Temperatures stay under 31 degrees Celsius when idling, which doesn't cause any issues.
Con Extremely high power consumption
The card consumes 334 watts of power. Assuming your electricity prices are $0.2 per KWh, and you use your computer 4 hours a day, then in 5 days the card has used $1.34 worth of electricity. Using it 4 hours a day, 5 days a week for one year, the total cost adds up to $81.28. The card consumer almost 60 KWh more than the GTX 1080 Ti, and around 150 KWh more than the GTX 1080.