Pretty sure it's the 770 (not counting AMD). The 800 series will obviously change that though. --- 'My rig is so powerful it doesn't render individual pixels, just one continuous image of astonishing detail. The P in 1440p stands for peasant.' -KingDFizzle
The 280x is a good card right now, as the price has dropped in a lot of places giving it a bit of an edge.
What you want to do with your system does have an impact on which is preferable though, and there's a lower soft cap for performance to price you can stop at as well. Tom's hardware has a decent monthly column comparing card performance with the latest price changes, I'd read that over if I were you.
750ti is pretty damn solid. Just don't expect to max out anything like Infinite, max payne 3, etc at 1080p/60FPS. --- Ivy bridge i5 3570k @3.40GHz | 8 GB DDR3 | single XFX 7870| OCZ 600W Modular. Nvidia, AMD, Intel for life!! 3DS FC: 2208-5221-4039
As far as frames/dollar go the 280/7950 is up near the top with the 760/660ti behind it. If shadowplay or gamestream (not steam streaming) appeal to you that adds a lot of bang for the buck to the 760/660ti. You'll also get access to nvidia's DX11 drivers which are frankly fantastic, they pretty much nullify Mantle as a pro for AMD cards since every mantle game supports DX11 and there's plenty of DX11 games that don't support mantle, their DX11 drivers are nearly as efficient as the entire mantle API to the point that a 780/780ti beat the 290/290x respectively in games that support mantle. There's also the extended driver support. --- Every time I try to go where I really wanna be it's already where I am, 'cuz I'm already there XBL, PSN, Steam, Origin, BSN, GFAQs, MC: PhilOnDez