Details on Nvidia's GeForce GTX 750 Ti, GTX 750 cards leak

Scorpus

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New information has leaked online relating to Nvidia's upcoming GeForce GTX 750 Ti and GTX 750 graphics cards, which are set to add to the exisiting high-end products in the GTX 700 series. Both mid-range cards have been pictured by...

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GhostRyder

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I wonder how these perform against a comparable kepler based card...
You can already assume its going to be lower than a GTX 760 just based on numbers alone. It will probably run somewhere around a GTX 660-GTX 660ti based on the fact its got the same Cuda count as a 660 and the core clocks are higher.

It seems almost so late to release a 750 at this point I wonder why they just didn't go ahead and wait to release a whole new series of cards. Then again field testing is always a good thing which is kinda the point of them releasing a Maxwell based card in the 7XX series.
 

TS-56336

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Hmm, for the results of these cards are not far bad, compare to the cards they are replacing. Reason being is it require no more than a PCI-E slot to run them. Handy, if your limited on space and PSU output for a Small Form Factor system.

Only the price is remaining to give the final decision to the consumer.
 

Fbarnett

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LOL I love how its secret. Lets see its a 750 or 750ti it will out perform a 780ti lol. As far as pricing goes I am gonna venture out here and says its less than a760. This could just be a lucky guess though.
 

Railman

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The power consumption would be a selling point to me. I would save on having to purchase a higher wattage PSU.
 
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You can already assume its going to be lower than a GTX 760 just based on numbers alone. It will probably run somewhere around a GTX 660-GTX 660ti based on the fact its got the same Cuda count as a 660 and the core clocks are higher.

It seems almost so late to release a 750 at this point I wonder why they just didn't go ahead and wait to release a whole new series of cards. Then again field testing is always a good thing which is kinda the point of them releasing a Maxwell based card in the 7XX series.

I was thinking more along the lines of a Maxwell vs Kepler core for core clock for clock comparison... More interested in the efficiency of the architecture than this card as its way too far down the stack.
 

dividebyzero

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I wonder how these perform against a comparable kepler based card...
You're basically looking at near-identical performance to the GTX 650 Ti Boost with a smaller power budget.
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Looks like a winner in the mobile sector and maybe steam boxes, if not desktop. A fully enabled GM107 is on par with a GTX 680M while using a third less power. Not a bad pipecleaner for the revised architecture given it remains on the 28nm process node.