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MSI GTX 750 ti (2GB) vs GTX 750 Gaming (1GB)

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March 8, 2014 1:12:34 PM

The question is boiling down to 1GB vs 2GB and $40 price difference. Is it really worth it to get the 750 ti with 2GB for $150 when the 750 Gaming is only $110? It looks like the gaming has some software and cooling perks, which may not be that beneficial since the card doesn't use much power to begin with.
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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...

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March 8, 2014 1:35:57 PM

nah the 40$ price difference is not worth it imo,1gb is sufficient enough for the 750,I recommend you to get a better card if your saying you can get a 2gb gtx 750 but I think you pick this card because you don't have a psu that would suffice the power consumption for the gpu,So the gtx 750 ti 1gb will be good to go!

Unless you play skyrim and has a lot of mods,then the 2gb will be alright and I don't think 750 can run a game @ 1080p ultra settings(this settings uses more than 1gb VRAM)
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March 8, 2014 1:38:27 PM

I agree.
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March 8, 2014 1:59:06 PM

Do you know if there are any differences between the two cards that I should consider as far as software for the cards go? Or future proofing? I saw a discussion on here from 2010 that said games in the future will start to need 2GB. Is that day coming? Or is this low of a card matter?
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March 8, 2014 2:05:13 PM

There isn't much difference between the two. Both are entry level cards. No, the 2GB is just a marketing ploy at this level of card.
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March 8, 2014 2:08:36 PM

jchristiansen3 said:
Do you know if there are any differences between the two cards that I should consider as far as software for the cards go? Or future proofing? I saw a discussion on here from 2010 that said games in the future will start to need 2GB. Is that day coming? Or is this low of a card matter?


After looking at the link again I think you should go with the 2GB card,cause it has more cudacores 640 CUDA Cores for the 2gb card and 512 for the 1gb card and its already OC,well you can Overclock a 1gb card manually but that would involve some time and process.
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March 8, 2014 2:19:45 PM

Trave said:
jchristiansen3 said:
Do you know if there are any differences between the two cards that I should consider as far as software for the cards go? Or future proofing? I saw a discussion on here from 2010 that said games in the future will start to need 2GB. Is that day coming? Or is this low of a card matter?


After looking at the link again I think you should go with the 2GB card,cause it has more cudacores 640 CUDA Cores for the 2gb card and 512 for the 1gb card and its already OC,well you can Overclock a 1gb card manually but that would involve some time and process.


Sounds good. I had ordered the ti rather than the gaming one so I will just stick with it so I can have it sooner and start to enjoy it. Been using the integrated graphics on the i5. I did choose the 750 because of a stock 460w psu. Thanks Trave!
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March 8, 2014 2:21:36 PM

jchristiansen3 said:
Trave said:
jchristiansen3 said:
Do you know if there are any differences between the two cards that I should consider as far as software for the cards go? Or future proofing? I saw a discussion on here from 2010 that said games in the future will start to need 2GB. Is that day coming? Or is this low of a card matter?


After looking at the link again I think you should go with the 2GB card,cause it has more cudacores 640 CUDA Cores for the 2gb card and 512 for the 1gb card and its already OC,well you can Overclock a 1gb card manually but that would involve some time and process.


Sounds good. I had ordered the ti rather than the gaming one so I will just stick with it so I can have it sooner and start to enjoy it. Been using the integrated graphics on the i5. I did choose the 750 because of a stock 460w psu. Thanks Trave!


No problem!

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