Nvidia announced their newest flagship device GeForce GTX 780 Ti Graphics card based on the GK110 core architecture last week. All we know for now is that this graphic card will be launching in November, besides no other information has been revealed yet.
The GTX 780 Ti is being found as NVIDIA’s new high-end gaming card, substituting the previous GTX 780 in that role. Specs, pricing, and the basic hardware are all unknown at the moment. However the logical hypothesis right now is that we’re glancing at something to replace the GTX 780 in its $650 slot and could be lesser; offered by limited retailers, but the company does plan to cut down on the price a bit on GTX 780 card to make it stand one on one with the upcoming Hawaii graphic cards. Since both are ranked same when we talk about performance, therefore the one offering better value of money would be the winner in the end.
Moreover GTX 780 Ti which is considered to be faster than the GeForce GTX 780 would stand against the AMD Radeon R9 290X priced at $650 range. Although a number of rumors regarding the specs are hovering around, but we will prefer staying quiet here till authentic information is provided.
To attract buyers, Nvidia is also planning a price cut for GeForce GTX 770 which is currently available $20 cheaper than what its launching price was, probably because of R9 280X was a much better attraction with a price tag of $299. We may also consider that this price reduction may not be of much importance but one will definitely give a second thought before going for AMD R9 280X graphics card.
Source: Sweclockers | News Archive