GeForce GTX 750
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GeForce GTX 750 Review
Overview
GeForce GTX 750 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.

GPU
It equips a GPU codenamed GM107-300-A2 which has 4 SM activated and thus offers 512 Shader Processing Units, 32 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 1250MHz.

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 55W, 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 - $119.

Performance
Benchmarks indicate its performance is over 30% better than its predecessor's and surpasses largely Radeon R7 260, while factory overclocked versions will surpass the Radeon R7 260X, especially in DirectX 11 based games.

System Suggestions
We recommend a considerably strong processor (Intel Core i3 Dual Core/AMD FX Quad Core) and 8GB of RAM for a system with GeForce GTX 750.
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GeForce GTX 750 Performance Specification
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1020 MHz
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Maxwell GM107-300-A2
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1250 MHz
128 Bit
GDDR5
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2048KB
28nm
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16
17 GPixel/s
512
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4096x2160
55 Watts
300 Watt & 18 Amps
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BEJR2000
09:30 Oct-20-2014
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I cant believe that this GPU got it's ratting put down to a 7!!!

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nfsworldrace
12:44 Oct-10-2014
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hi will i have a cpu bottleneck with this card?

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kibber440
12:51 Oct-10-2014
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I think there will be a slight bottleneck but not to much. I would go for it the bottleneck won't be that noticable :)

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nikola2408
20:05 Sep-25-2014
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This or r7 260x

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hadeed94
19:50 Sep-26-2014
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The R7 260x. But the GTX 750 requires 55 watts of power as compared to the 115 watts required by the R7 260x. Also, the recommended PSU for the GTX 750 is 300 watts and 18 Amps, while the R7 260x requires a 450 watts and 30 Amps PSU. The R7 260x performs 8% better. But if you have the money for an R7 260x, you can get a GTX 750 ti for the same price, which has the same requirements as the GTX 750, but performs 6% better than the R7 260x. I'd recommend the GTX 750 ti.

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hadeed94
19:52 Sep-26-2014
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The GTX 750 ti and the R7 260x cost the same price. The rest of the choice is up to you. I gave you the max detailed help I could.

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nikola2408
18:41 Sep-27-2014
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Tnx

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nikola2408
18:08 Sep-21-2014
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Hey i was planing to buy the msi gaming edition of gtx 750 will it bootelneck

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hadeed94
18:59 Sep-22-2014
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Most probably no. Even if there is, it will be insignificant percentage wise that you won't even feel it. Or, to avoid the chance of bottlenecking alogether, you can overclcock your CPU by like 5-10%. Hope this helps.

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Abkanis
13:16 Aug-24-2014
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Hi. There's a 2GB GDDR5 version of this card in shops where I live. Is this good for mid-to-high range games or should I consider taking a bit better?

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kaankok
15:24 Aug-24-2014

What's your budget?

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Abkanis
02:33 Aug-26-2014
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I was planning on something around 100-150 eur. I know I can't find a high-end card for that price but was looking for at least a decent one.

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hadeed94
08:33 Aug-26-2014
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The GTX 750 is an extremely good card for its price. If you can add a little more, go for the 750 ti. A slight increase in performance, but worth the additional cash.

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kaankok
14:12 Aug-26-2014

Yeah, I agree with Handeed, But if you want AMD you can get an 270X for around 150 Euros.

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yahmad84
02:00 Aug-27-2014
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For 150 bucks if you want nvidia look for PNY's GTX 750..See if u can find the dual fan version like i have..its rare unless its 2gb but will keep the card cooler and u can OC more

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CliffOz
15:54 Sep-02-2014
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Bro never buy PNY… please…

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Jakop320
16:01 Sep-02-2014
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yep, rather get evga, asus or gainward. and i highly recommend 750ti instead of 750. its worth couple of more euros. Its like up to 25% better performance

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yahmad84
22:24 Sep-07-2014
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I honestly haven't ever had any issues with PNY Graphics Cards..I Bought Them Since The Old ATI Days. I'll Upgrade Sometime Down The Line But At The Time This Was The Card I Could Afford When I Was Shopping At Best Buy.

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yahmad84
22:25 Sep-07-2014
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I'm Actually Getting Better Performance Than Most Normal 750's I did OC Some But Out Of The Box It's Been Really Good.

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697698
22:22 Aug-15-2014
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what about this card with my G2020?

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GamingGuy78
07:47 Aug-16-2014
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I'm getting the Zotac version and your CPU is better. The Hardware builder on the top left of the webpage will let you see if all your parts can handle this card. It's how I found out I need a better power supply.

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hadeed94
13:44 Aug-20-2014
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Getting this card is a good idea, but there will be a big bottleneck for the card. You need to upgrade your CPU aswell, and join the core-i series. Atleast a 2nd gen core i5 or a 3rd gen core i3. Don't bother with the first gen series. They'll only last another 2 years, 3 years max. 2nd gen onwards still have a life of about 4-5 years. It'll be a big and expensive upgrade, but if done wisely, you can do it on a small budget. $200-300 max.

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yahmad84
02:03 Aug-27-2014
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Grab A 4th Gen Core i3 For 115 Bucks On Amazon And Grab An Asus H81 Motherboard For About $90..Youll Have A Mobo With Great Features And Upgradability for i5 and i7's

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GamingGuy78
12:16 Aug-11-2014
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Would I be able to use this card, with my specs, without making a huge bottle neck?

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shonesquid
01:20 Aug-10-2014
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will this work with a PCI-e 2.0 slot?

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tasoskyr
10:09 Aug-15-2014
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Yes,it will.There will be no problem.

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yahmad84
02:05 Aug-27-2014
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Yep it will work but you just won't get the full bandwidth that pci express 3.0 offers which may hamper overall performance just a little bit..probably not by much but it'll be worth it to get a pci e 3.0 motherboard

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Tadas1998
09:31 Jul-31-2014
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how bad that this gpu don't support sli :( it would be awesome

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Momin11111
09:53 Jul-30-2014
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Will be a good upgrade for me?

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Tadas1998
19:02 Jul-30-2014
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Oh dude no it would be masive increase in perforamnce :) better safe so money and take GTX 660 OR 660 TI if you can find one :)

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Momin11111
19:28 Jul-30-2014
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Ok Thanks :)

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CliffOz
15:57 Sep-02-2014
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Or get a r9 270 or r9 270x depends on your budget

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