GeForce GTX 750
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GeForce GTX 750 Review
GeForce GTX 750 is a fast-middle-class Graphics Card and one of the first Maxwell based GPUs.
GeForce GTX 750 offers the GM107 Core with a SMX count of 4 and thus comes with 512 Shader Processing Units, 32 TMUs and only 16 ROPs, this on a 128-bit memory of 1GB of fast GDDR5. While the central unit runs at 1020MHz and goes up to 1085MHz, in Turbo Mode, the memory clock operates at 1250MHz.
GeForce GTX 750 succeeds GeForce GTX 650 and will compete directly with AMD's Radeon R7 260. The card has proven to have huge overclock potential but doing so will increase its very low TDP of just 55W.
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.
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Maxwell GM107-300-A2
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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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sandu23
01:15 Jul-30-2014
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how this will work with my blueberry 520w power sppuly and my i3 3220?

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Tadas1998
19:03 Jul-30-2014
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it would work fine because this gpu require just 300w psu :0

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hadeed94
02:12 Jul-27-2014
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How do you calculate overclock?

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bz2496
09:26 Jul-24-2014
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is this card a good upgrade for me please?

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JawlessPython04
12:18 Jul-24-2014
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yes it is a good upgrade and it will have the lowest bottleneck with your CPU but you should upgrade your RAM to 8GB first and then buy this card

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hadeed94
18:30 Jul-24-2014
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Definitely. This graphics card is amazing. The bang-to-buck ratio is awesome. I just got it a week or so ago, and so far, I've had no trouble playing even the most demanding games at the highest settings. But upgrade your RAM, and OC your CPU to reduce the bottleneck. Your machine will run like a beast.

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bz2496
07:29 Jul-25-2014
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thanks for the answer. the problem is that my pc is manufactured by Acer. its Acer Aspire M3910 i dont know what type of PSU it has but i suspect a very small one since its powering such a gfx lol

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waqarshah27
23:27 Jul-21-2014
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can i upgrade with this

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hadeed94
04:00 Jul-23-2014
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Yes you can. I upgraded from the same GFX card just a week ago. And the performance difference is phenomenal. I mean, it's a whole new world of graphics when you upgrade from the GT 440 to the GTX 750.

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Sammoonryong
06:17 Jul-17-2014
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Will my CPU handle this card?

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Zilincan
08:50 Jul-17-2014

Yes it will
That will be huge upgrade from FX570

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Sammoonryong
00:30 Jul-19-2014
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Thank you Zilincan :) Unfortunately after I put my card in my docking station (lenovo advanced dock type 2503) I have IRQ conflict (Code 12 on Windows 7: the device cannot find enough free resources) anyone experienced something similar?

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Zilincan
09:23 Jul-20-2014

Well thats hardware problem for sure, if it is after you put card in you ahve something with PCIE
First try to flash new bios
or maybe it is some driver or something thats left from your old card, try to reinstall win with new drivers

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Superman10006
01:50 Jul-02-2014
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I might buy this card but need a new PSU. WIll 380 be good enough to run it? I keep seeing diffrent PSU minimums everywhere. Varying from 300-400

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JawlessPython04
11:39 Jul-12-2014
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its not the Wattage that matters. it is the amperage on the +12V rail. A 380W PSU with 20Amps on the rail will be enough. but i recommend upgrading to about 500W or 550W as you will have to upgrade in the future again and you will not have to Change your PSU again

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JawlessPython04
11:45 Jul-12-2014
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and if you want to go for a CPU upgrade in a future, go for the FX-8350/8320/6300 then buy new cooling and then if you but 6300 overclock to 4GHz if 8320 4.3GHz and if 8350 4.5GHz

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ProBook4430s
02:29 Jun-30-2014

Has a same price with AMD Radeon 7850, even this card is new, some peolple will choose AMD Radeon 7850, cuz has a better performance. :|

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Jiehfeng
11:27 Jun-19-2014
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It says it's 2% better than mine, is it true? Cause I think it can be tons better, or I'll be very happy. :D

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upsurge
13:18 Jun-19-2014

GTX 650 ti and GTX 750 are about comparable in performance… The greatest improvement in the GTX 750 is its power consumption… Even the GTX 750 ti which is comparable to GTX 750 ti and 10% below GTX 650 ti Boost runs off only the PCIe slot and requires no 6 pin connector…

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joshheartsemmychu
21:27 Jun-17-2014
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i know its going backwards a bit power wise but should i get this to replace my current card, the current card is powering strong but it does seem to be failing abit every now and then, lagging crashing etc and its noisy as hell plus get really hot : i was mainly looking at the gainward version of this (not ti) 115$

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joshheartsemmychu
21:30 Jun-17-2014
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was this or the r7 260x (msi or gigabyte rev 1) for around 160


idk if it worth the extra but i thought why not ask :)

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JawlessPython04
11:30 Jul-17-2014
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Tell me the Cpu of your real rig first. as for the GPU problem, The R7 260X is the same as the GTX 750Ti but you said you did not want to go for the Ti version. so it is your choice. If i were you, i would go for the EVGA 750Ti w/ACX edition because of its low power requirements, and it is 7% better than the R7 260X :)

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JawlessPython04
11:31 Jul-17-2014
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the R7 260X requires 500W while the GTX 750 Ti requires 400W

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joshheartsemmychu
08:45 Jul-18-2014
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SORRY GUYS REAL CPU ISTHE SAME AS WHATS SHOWN NOW JUST NOT OVERCLOCKED ATM, REAL GPU IS A XFX HD 6870 VOTEX FAN STYLE, SO THATS WHY ITS SO LOUD, WHERE IM FROM ITS NOT WORTH GETTING ANY OF THE 750TI OR WHATNOT BECAUSE THE PRICE JUMP I MIGHT ASWELL WAIT TO GET SOMETHING LIKE A 760 OR EVEN AN R9 270X OR SOMETHING

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joshheartsemmychu
08:45 Jul-18-2014
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sorry about caps xD

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JawlessPython04
12:34 Jul-18-2014
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buddy, as you say you will get the R9 270X, no do not get the R9 270X because with your CPU (FX-8350) you are better off with the GTX 770 because your CPU can handle it and your PSU also can! go for the GTX 770 bro :) glad to help

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joshheartsemmychu
14:25 Jul-19-2014
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price wise where i am i couldnt afford that man :

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JawlessPython04
16:15 Jul-19-2014
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well then save up and go for the 770

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