TechPowerUp speculates that unless AMD offers a kickass new product, it appears the GeForce GTX 760 may be NVIDIA's last 700 series part for 2013. Expected to hit the market tomorrow, the GTX 760 will reportedly deliver GTX 670-like performance in the $250 to $300 price range.
Moving on, the GeForce GTX 760, which will launch a little later this month, is reportedly priced in the range of $250 and $300. The slide reveals that it will be fast enough to yank GeForce GTX 660 Ti from the product stack, and take its place (for which, it obviously needs to be faster). Given that, it should outperform a wide range of AMD SKUs, including the $300-ish Radeon HD 7950. Like the other GTX 700 series parts, the GTX 760 will likely feature GPU Boost 2.0, and could offer good energy efficiency levels, given its vaguely known specs. The complete and utter lack of competition from AMD will allow NVIDIA to space its GTX 700 series SKUs far apart from each other. The GTX 760 would be a good $100 to $150 spaced apart from the GTX 770, which in turn, is $150 apart from the GTX 780, and which is a staggering $350 apart from the GTX TITAN. That should sail NVIDIA through till the end of the year, assuming AMD doesn't try something new.