GeForce GTX 750 Ti
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GeForce GTX 750 Ti Review
GeForce GTX 750 Ti is a fast-middle-class Graphics Card and the first Maxwell based GPU.
The Maxwell Architecture offers Cores with different technologies. Whereas the powerful Cores will have a 22nm manufacturing process, the entry and mainstream Cores will still have a 28nm technology.
GeForce GTX 750 Ti offers the 28nm, GM107 Core with a SMX count of 5 and thus comes with 640 Shader Processing Units, 40 TMUs and only 16 ROPs, this on a 128-bit memory of 2GB of fast GDDR5. While the central unit runs at 1020MHz and goes up to 1085MHz, in Turbo Mode, the memory clock operates at 1350MHz.
Therefore GeForce GTX 750 Ti is bottlenecked by its relatively limited memory bandwidth and might not be well suited for 1080p, in some games.
Still, the card has proven to have huge overclock potential but doing so will increase its very low TDP of just 60W.
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.
The most competitive aspect of this card is its very low TDP. You won't find anywhere in the market so powerful that doesn't require any power connectors.
Please note that this card does not support SLI.
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GeForce GTX 750 Ti Performance Specification
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1020 MHz
1085 MHz
Maxwell GM107
2048 MB
1350 MHz
128 Bit
GDDR5
86.4GB/sec
28nm
40
43 GTexel/s
16
17 GPixel/s
640
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4096x2160
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Zidane
14:28 Apr-17-2014
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What is the best oc version of this card that have not any problems in operating memory clock increasing,because i heard that….(cont).

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Zidane
14:29 Apr-17-2014
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These cards will have a considerably larger rated board TDP which WILL require a power connector and might not work well under full load without one.(Cont)

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Zidane
14:31 Apr-17-2014
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The mentioned cards gain huge performance boosts from the extra memory bandwidth but increasing the operating memory clock of any Graphics Card ….(Cont)

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Zidane
14:33 Apr-17-2014
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will always increase its power consumption and doing so is a very inefficient behavior.So,from all of that i am so worry to get any oc version of this GPU.

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mthomas34
23:54 Apr-09-2014
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Would this be a good upgrade for me?

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twannie1997
07:11 Apr-10-2014
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It's not a big upgrade, in my opinion a GTX 760 is a better upgrade.

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CosmicJester13
12:15 Apr-10-2014
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This card definitely. It will save you're PC 110w of power. As for the brand go with EVGA.

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aatire80
20:55 Apr-17-2014
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Not from a HD7770.Just OC that 7770 and you will be fine.

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LittleGamer
14:19 Apr-08-2014
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Will this card work on my PSU?????

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twannie1997
17:14 Apr-09-2014
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It's pretty tight, but it will work.

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ocsetocset
20:20 Apr-07-2014
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Would this card work with my cpu and if not would there be a similar card that would?

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twannie1997
17:16 Apr-09-2014
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It will work just fine.

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chyper97
13:47 Apr-05-2014
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Will my cpu bottleneck this and can I use it in PCI-e 2.0?

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avisekbiswas
16:51 Apr-05-2014
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yes.. pretty much. But you will be fine on your resolution :) Though i recommend r7 260x for you!!!

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mohamed1998
09:09 Mar-30-2014
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can it run on pci-e x16 1.1 without problems with the dell workstation 490 psu it has 750w it is Dell MK463

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EvilWifflez
08:40 Mar-29-2014
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Would this be good on a ASUS M5A78L-M LX PLUS with FX-6300 and a Corsair 430w psu?

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Blue2812
14:33 Mar-22-2014
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this or 5870?

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Pip
16:28 Mar-22-2014

This, for sure. Newer architecture that produces less heat, consumes less energy and has excellent driver support and will continue having at least until 2017. Radeon HD 5870 is already discontinued.

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egiannis11
23:25 Mar-21-2014
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Is this a good upgrade for me?

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aditrex
23:59 Mar-21-2014
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yes

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egiannis11
00:18 Mar-23-2014
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Thanks!!

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Pip
12:52 Mar-22-2014

Very Good Upgrade :)

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egiannis11
00:18 Mar-23-2014
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Thank you very much!!!

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Tadas1998
13:00 Mar-15-2014
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Strange NVIDIA telling what i could put this gpu in my hardware even if i have 300w psu , i asked in local pc's sell shop for this gpu , they told me what i need minimum 500w psu , or 400w with 80+ standart , does it true ?

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Pip
08:56 Mar-16-2014

The card relies entirely on the PCI Slot for power. Still, I would recommend a 350W 80+ PSU for some OC :)

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