Nvidia GeForce GTX 750 Ti

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The GTX 750 Ti is a graphics card designed for gamers who want to enjoy titles at 1080p on normal to high quality settings without breaking the bank. At its heart lies Nvidia's first-generation Maxwell GM107 GPU with 640 CUDA Cores, 40 TAUs, 16 ROPs and 1870 million transistors. The GTX 750 Ti ships with GPU Boost 2.0 technology which ensures that the card is always running at the highest clocks possible for the very best gaming performance under varied operating conditions.

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By TechSpot on

Yet we have a hard time recommending the GTX 750 Ti over the R7 265 as the Radeon offers 13% more performance (on average) and over 20% in games such as Battlefield 4. AMD's solution consumed 32% more power than Nvidia's, though in the games we tested during that scenario the R7 265 was also 24% faster...

By Expert Reviews on 80

Stunning performance for a bus-powered graphics card - an excellent entry-level...

By InsideHW on

During GPU history, it was often the case when new architecture debuted it didn't do so with the most powerful graphic processor or with the most expensive model. NVIDIA decided to do the same again, even though when we say that Maxwell will inherit...

By PC Mag on 80

The Nvidia GeForce GTX 750 Ti graphics card sets a new record for low-power, high-efficiency...

By TechRadar AU on 90

Update: We've added pictures of the 750 Ti to show its diminutive size Nvidia and AMD have been waging a graphics war that's getting bloodier than ever, thanks to the release of Nvidia's 700-series and AMD's R7 and R9-series video cards. The green team's...

By extremespec.net on

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 Ti is formed on the basis of a new graphics core NVIDIA GM107, the first representative of 28nm microarchitecture NVIDIA Maxwell, excellent work of NVIDIA to optimize energy consumption. In the end, we got almost identical...

By uk.hardware.info on

On Februari 18th, Nvidia introduced the GeForce GTX 750 and GTX 750 Ti, two affordable new video cards. What makes this introduction particularly interesting is that both GTX 750 variants are the first to feature a chip from the new Maxwell generation....

By Techgage on

We discovered above that the 750 Ti is much more power-efficient than AMD's R7 260X (and no doubt the R7 265, as well), and it also runs a lot cooler. But power and temperatures are not all that matters with a GPU, so overall, how does the GTX 750 Ti...

By X-bit Labs on

The GeForce GTX 750 Ti graphics card features Nvidia’s GM107 chip with new Maxwell architecture. Designed for higher energy efficiency, the GPU indeed boasts an unprecedented performance-per-watt ratio. Compared to the GeForce GTX 650 Ti, which has...

By PCGamer on 88

A quality little debut for Maxwell, offering decent performance incredibly efficiently, while also hinting at the future possibilities for the architecture.

By The Tech Report on

We've answered the architectural efficiency question. Now let's look at raw value, in terms of price and performance. Even though we're using a geometric mean to average performance across the five games we tested, the Radeons' unusually poor...

By TomsHardware on

Even if it is able to deliver plenty of 265s at its promised price, AMD will undoubtedly be facing other Maxwell-based part in the near future. And based on GM107’s showing, we’re excited to think about what Nvidia might do with this architecture and a 250 W power budget.

By SlashGear on

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 and 750 Ti cards are being manufactured by ASUS, EVGA, Gainward, Galaxy, Gigabyte, MSI, Palit, and Zotac, with a variety of features depending on the brand. This card is being released for a cool $149 MSRP - we'll see how the rest of the manufacturers configurations stack up soon!

By Hexus on 90

Nvidia's GeForce GTX 750 Ti certainly won't set any pure performance records, but, sensibly equipped with a 2GB framebuffer, if you're after a mainstream graphics card that can play some of the latest games at a full-HD resolution allied to decent-quality settings, all with the minimum noise and power consumption, the first Maxwell-powered GPU makes a convincing case for your money.

By PCPer on 90

Performance would have been more directly advantageous and we wouldn't have had to present many caveats between the comparisons. As it stands now NVIDIA's new mainstream baby is a great product that has a lot of advantages in power, noise and technology, but one that can't claim a dominant performance lead.

By AnandTech on

To that end it will be very interesting to see what happens once NVIDIA starts releasing the obligatory mobile variants of the GTX 750 series, as what we’ve seen today tells us that we could be in for a very welcome jump in mobile performance.

By BitTech on 81

Either way, for a cheap and efficient means to play at 1080p with quality visuals, particularly in a small form factor build, the GTX 750 Ti hits the nail on the head. We're certainly excited to see what Maxwell can do when its higher end GPUs are unleashed.

By TechRadar on 90

Nvidia's 750 Ti also uses 55W less than the 115W R7 260X, making it nearly twice as power efficient than its AMD counterpart. If you're in the market for a $150 1080p-gaming GPU the 750 Ti should be at the top of your list.

By Bit-tech.net on 81

From a pure price-performance perspective (try saying that fast), the GTX 750 Ti enters the market at a sensible position. At £115, it's faster than the R7 260X, which has recently dropped to £100, likely in anticipation of this launch. The distance...

By Computer Shopper on 80

Sporting Nvidia’s new architecture, Maxwell, the GTX 750 Ti emphasizes efficiency. The stock card needs no power-supply connector, and it’s less power-hungry than competing cards, making it excellent for upgrading low-end desktops....