GeForce GTX 750 Ti
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GeForce GTX 750 Ti Review

Overview
GeForce GTX 750 Ti is a performance Graphics Card based on the first variant of the Maxwell architecture.


Architecture
The first variant of the Maxwell Architecture succeeds the Kepler Architecture. Despite being also manufactured with a 28nm technology, it has an extremely large L2 Cache which allows NVIDIA to produce Graphics Cards with relatively small memory data transfer rates, without causing too much impact on the overall performance. Furthermore, the Shaders have been redesigned and are both more powerful and energy efficient.


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It equips a GPU codenamed GM107-400-A2 which has 5 SM activated and thus offers 640 Shader Processing Units, 40 TMUs and 16 ROPs, on a 128-bit memory interface of fast GDDR5. The central unit runs at 1020MHz and goes up to 1085MHz, in Turbo Mode, while the memory clock operates at 1350MHz.


Features
DirectX 11.2 Support (11.0 Hardware Default) and support for GameStream, G-SYNC, GPU Boost 2.0, GeForce Experience, PhysX and other technologies.


Cooling Solution
The Cooling Solution consists of a Single-Fan and is identical to the one seen on GeForce GTX 650. The Card is known to run very cool and has a maximum operating temperature of 95ºC.


Power Consumption
With a rated board TDP of 60W, it requires at least a 300W PSU and relies entirely on the PCI Slot for power.


Release Price
Pricing is identical to the one seen on its predecessors - $149.


Performance
Benchmarks indicate its performance is largely better than its predecessor's but Radeon HD 7850 and GeForce GTX 650 Ti Boost Edition still offer better performance, due to their high memory bandwidth transfer rates.


System Suggestions
We recommend a strong processor (Intel Core i5 Quad Core/AMD FX Six Core) and 8GB of RAM for a system with GeForce GTX 750 Ti.


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18:36 Mar-16-2015
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And I'm just sitting here crying about the fact that there were no TI's on stock anymore back when I needed a new GPU, so here am I, with this…

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18:38 Mar-11-2015
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would this gpu be a good enough upgrade for my current rig?

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19:00 Mar-11-2015
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Yes the GTX 750 ti is in a completely different league compared to R7 7800 which is only an iGPU… It will be like moving from GT 730 v2 to this…

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19:55 Mar-11-2015
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will it work with dual graphics?

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20:10 Mar-11-2015
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No… Even if you got an AMD GPU, it still would not work…

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21:25 Mar-11-2015
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Thats a shame thanks anyway :)

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15:34 Mar-05-2015
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Does my processor bottlenecks so much?

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16:39 Mar-05-2015
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Yes, it is a major bottleneck… GTX 650 is probably the most powerful GPU you can pair with a 3 Ghz Core 2 Duo… Even with the GTX 650, there is a negligible bottleneck…

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19:18 Mar-05-2015
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I know, but the bottleneck does almost nothing if you're on higher settings and resolution, I say it by my own tests, the demand is higher on GPU than on CPU.

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05:25 Mar-06-2015
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You will have a bad experience in open world titles though and anything else that is CPU intensive like Crysis 3 or BF4 for example… How do you manage these games…?

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12:51 Mar-06-2015
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I play BF3 fine on High Settings 1080p 40-60 FPS depending on the map. Also play a **ty optimized like AC4 Black Flag on High 720p with average of 30 FPS. GTA IV on High 1080p 30-50 FPS.

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05:36 Mar-07-2015
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That is indeed impressive… But I would like to state that AC4 is nowhere near as badly optimized as WD or Unity and it was actually slightly better than AC3 (the hilarious/outrageous glitches notwithstanding)… As for BF3, BF series was always decently optimized…

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13:32 Mar-07-2015
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I run AC4 30-40 fps, ins't that bad.

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14:44 Mar-03-2015
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I actually have the PNY reference version of this card. I have overclocked it 20% stable when I over voltage it by 12 mv and it works great.

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15:48 Mar-02-2015
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Only 45% better?

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14:21 Mar-03-2015
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Well you do have an OC on your GTX 650… Normally, it should be 60-65% better…

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I know, but I thought was more than 45%.

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12:17 Mar-02-2015
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will there be any problems with my current cpu? i am thinking of getting this please help ASAP

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13:23 Mar-02-2015
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Core 2 Quad Q8300 can take this GPU no problem, especially if you plan on playing 900p rather than 1080p…

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17:16 Mar-02-2015
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do i need a new motherboard or a PSU?

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17:28 Mar-02-2015
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It should work on your mobo… As for your PSU, this thing is extremely power efficient… Runs off the PCIe slot only… If you have 350W and 20+ Amps, you should be fine…

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07:14 Mar-03-2015
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how can i be sure about my PSU?

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17:37 Mar-02-2015
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Lol, the bottleneck is reduced when on higher resolution. So if you're being bottlenecked, you will have a better performance on 1080p than 720p. I say it for my own experience.

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17:44 Mar-02-2015
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At lower resolutions, the GPU is pushed less and this would lead to reduced bottleneck right…?

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07:17 Mar-03-2015
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Upsurge how can i be sure about my PSU? like any software?

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07:23 Mar-03-2015
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No software… Open up the PC cabinet and have a look…

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07:25 Mar-03-2015
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damn where is the PSU 0-0 you may have noticed but i'm quite freaking bad at hardware

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upsurge please halp

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09:29 Mar-03-2015
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First of all, what form factor is the PC cabinet…?

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09:55 Mar-03-2015
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i found the PSU cant find the the WAT

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09:56 Mar-03-2015
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fudge my psu is 250+ will that be any trouble?

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250W is not enough for GTX 750 ti I'm afraid…

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10:07 Mar-03-2015
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how did you post that pic?

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Go to the comment type box above and you will see a link called formatting help… The fourth sub-heading is how to make hyperlinks in comments… I simply searched for images of PSUs in google images (because I did not have any at hand) and pasted the links to these images… I thought it would be better if I provided such images instead of simply explaining the position of the PSU with words alone…

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10:21 Mar-03-2015
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what will happen if i try using 750 ti with a 250 watt psu?

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upsurge please reply :(

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10:52 Mar-03-2015
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If you use a PSU that is too puny for the GPU, you will get BSOD… Your comp will fail… If you plan on getting GTX 750 ti, you need a PSU change…

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thanks for your help i already have the GPU idk what psu to get any suggestions? (by budget is around 2-4k)

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First of all, what form factor is your PC cabinet…? If it is slim form factor, the GPU may not fit at all… But if it is not, then you could try the Corsair VS450 which is available for Rs. 2400 on flipkart and snapdeal… Performance and build quality relative to price is quite decent… NOTE: DOn't bother with the Cooler Master Thunder 450W… The VS450 is better built and performs better… Cooler Master GX series are also good but too expensive…

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I use my GTX 650 with 350W PSU, it's a Seasonic SS-350BS 80 Plus Bronze and Active PFC, my system consumption is lower than 200W at full load. GTX 750 ti consumes about the same as GTX 650. But, please, don't use generic PSUs.

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Would there be any problems with this and my current cpu?

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Athlon X2 7550 will be a major bottleneck… You need at the very least Phenom II X4 940, i5-750, i3-3240 or FX-4300 to pair with this…

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20:24 Feb-17-2015
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Is it ok if i combine this and FX 6300?

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no problem at all it will be perfect

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18:33 Feb-17-2015
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How bad will my CPU bottleneck this? If so, any reccomendations for cheap LGA 775 Processors?

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yes, I had the same cpu as you overclocked to 3.xGhz and it bottlenecked my GPU, let alone this one. I'd recommend the q6600, it was the most popular core2quad cpu and there is a chance of finding one second hand.

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18:45 Feb-17-2015
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If i overclock to 3.0 Ghz, would I still at least be able to play games like Rust,Gmod, and Cs:Go? I recently ordered the e7300 from ebay for £5 just as a temporary placeholder since my other one was way too slow.

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oh, such games you will play with a lot of fps, even if you bottleneck, you would NOT care, since you'll be getting a lot of FPS. more than 80fps for sure :)
P.S you shouldn't care about bottlenecks if you are getting fps above the refresh rate of your monitor.


P.S 2 Keep in mind in a PC there is always a bottleneck, usually the gpu bottlenecks the CPU and Ram. In an ideal scenario you want the ram, gpu and cpu to be at 95-100% so that they are fully utilized.

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youll bottlneck bad my 2.66ghz dual core similar to yours bottlenecked my gtx 260 at the time i didnt notice a difference barely over my 9800gt i upgraded from anyways if i were you id build a new rig if thats not an option go find the beefiest socket 775 cpu you can find core 2 quads core2 extreme etc

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My Q6600 will bottleneck this ?

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it should be fine no bottleneck :)

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only in games where all cpus bottlneck, so you are fine :)

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but if your gonna get this then you should have 8 gigs of ram

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or at least 4gb.

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mostly you wont unless its cpu demanding games with alot of stuff going on i wouldnt worry much though

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Ty all.

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