Evga Introduces GTX 750 2GB FTW Graphics Card

Evga has announced a new graphics card – the GeForce GTX 750 FTW 2 GB. This graphics card is a 2 GB variant of the GTX 750, as its name clearly indicates, but is also FTW branded by Evga.

The FTW branding from Evga is the branding for the highest-clocked mainstream cards – one step below the Classified series of cards – making this the highest-end GTX 750 card Evga will make. The FTW branding stands for exactly what you would think it stands for: "For The Win."

The graphics card is clocked with a base frequency of 1229 MHz, while GPU Boost 2.0 will take it up to 1320 MHz. The memory aboard the card runs over a 128-bit wide memory interface, and is clocked at an effective speed of 5.0 GHz.

Cooling is taken care of by a compact version of the company's ACX cooler, which features two fans above an aluminum fin stack.

Display connectivity is handled by a single DVI port, as well as a single HDMI port and a DisplayPort connector. Power is brought to the board through the PCIe bus, however, it also takes some extra juice from a single 6-pin PCIe power connector.

Pricing is set at $149.99.

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  • jktmstokes1
    The 128 bit bus won't be able to utilize all of the 2 GB, plus this costs as much as a 780ti now... Overpriced.
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  • Phillip Wager
    still think the 660 is the best bang for your buck at this price point considering i've seen them as low as 170; Also ive seen amd 7850s for 150 as well but the 750 does fill the niche of someone with a low end prebuilt system that needs good graphics but couldn't afford to also upgrade their power supply to accommodate high end graphics. i don't see a point in this EVGA unless you are just diehard nvidia/evga fan and you just want the best you can for less than $150.
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  • boucleinfinie
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    The 128 bit bus won't be able to utilize all of the 2 GB, plus this costs as much as a 780ti now... Overpriced.
    Where are you finding a 780ti that cheap?
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