Originally Posted by ZealotKi11er
Nobody is destroying anyone. With both cards the one that has the higher OC will win in the end. 5-10% will not make a difference unless you playing 4K.
Well you have to assume that their price drops are relative. They dropped the 780 by a lot
of money. What would make you think they would charge $699 for the Ti unless they know something we do not? You can get a 780 for $500 now. Overclocked, the 780 already beats the 290x reference. Relatively speaking, what would make them charge $699 almost $200 more. When the 780 overclocked already beats AMD's top tier card? So, presumably, you take into the idea that 290x non-references will cost anywhere from $650-700. For nVidia to charge $700 and then more than $700 for non-reference means they have information that we do not. Such as the capabilities of both their 780 Ti, and perhaps non-reference 290x's. Which is why I used the word "destroy" as opposed to saying, "is faster than."