Yes, I can. You are underpowered to play XCOM 2, not about much but under minimal specifications.
My advice is to ignore GTX960, as for GTX970 is plausible choice depends on the money and your future requirements. Because this card is cheating its specifications and will run slow with any game which really needs to use 4GB of RAM - however untitl 3,5GB it runs super. So, it's a choice, sort, of it.
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As for current Nvidia cards there are one or two possible other problems, when looking to the future. They comply badly with Directx12, it's more of a paper support as there are hw restrictions. Mostly due to fact that they don't support asynchronous shaders, or to say it better, they do but are slower with them than without them, so it's kinda useless.1
My best advice would be to wait, this is, if you can afford to wait. New generation of cards will be coming this year, although not sure for Nvidia, AMD announced. Nvidia is rumoured to have an internal samples.
Otherwise get always OC edition, Nvidia 970 or 980 or AMD R9 380(x) or R9 385, see my post here
Of course, it's still mostly matter of drivers. So for some games (more) it's Nvidia for others AMD. This is very dependant on fact if the game is using any of the proprietary Nvidia technologies, then runs faster on Nvidia, mostly.
Future will bring HM2 memory, which is faster but that is realistically to be expected from the end of this year till the end of 2017.
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Be careful abou PSU wattage.
.So in the end, it's still the same. Obvious question about money and games which you will be playing. And power of corporations, because normally AMD would technically overrule Nvidia in strategy gaming for this year. But that will not happen against Nvidia, as this is not matter of technical engineering skills but just PR 'talks'.
Around 500$, however competition is in the same range. And also yep, it's nothing for us, mortals.