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Galaxy Shows Single Slot GTX 750 Ti, 6GB 780, 2GHz LC

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The long-sought single-slot high-performance graphics solution?

The biggest news in graphics at Computex (arguably) didn't come from a high-end card or top US brand, but instead from a company that many of us think is second tier. Then again, Galaxy is much bigger in other parts of the world.

And the card? The long-awaited single-slot GTX 750 Ti Razor. Get ready to pack that system folks; this one uses the standard 750 Ti specs with a wide-but-thin cooler that saves you half the slot space.

That's not to say the company wouldn't put on a show. Also present was its record-breaking GTX 780 Ti HOF V20. Its oversized 16+3 phase voltage regulator isn't news by now, nor is its EKWB-made custom water block, but the O/C is nonetheless impressive.

A week old according to some reports, the Galaxy GTX 780 HOF 6 GB was still fresh enough to sit up-front on Galaxy's stand. Though the extra performance of 6 GB remains dubious to most gamers, it really comes in handy when using 4K-displays and SLI.

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    de5_Roy , June 6, 2014 11:13 AM
    if you squint real hard, you can also make out the presence of revolutionary new DDR5 vram that partly makes this single slot gtx 750ti real.
    ....
    ....or may be just a typo... :p 
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    Shad0wguy , June 6, 2014 11:55 AM
    I really dig the white PCBs. More companys should do that.
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    balister , June 6, 2014 12:55 PM
    Little too late in the game to be coming out with a 6GB version of the 780Ti considering we should be seeing Maxwell x80s in the November/December time frame (which will hopefully come with 3GB or even 4GB base). If Galaxy had come out with the 6GB version 3 or 4 months ago, it would have been something to think about, not so much now with Maxwell on the horizon.
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    Onus , June 6, 2014 1:31 PM
    Now someone needs to make that GTX750Ti low-profile, and I'll be all over it for my tiny InWin miniITX case.
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    ShadyHamster , June 6, 2014 3:00 PM
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    Now someone needs to make that GTX750Ti low-profile, and I'll be all over it for my tiny InWin miniITX case.


    Galaxy has one of them too.
    http://www.galaxytechus.com/__US__/Product6/ProductDetail?proID=146&isStop=0
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    tryingmybest , June 6, 2014 3:13 PM
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    Now someone needs to make that GTX750Ti low-profile, and I'll be all over it for my tiny InWin miniITX case.


    Galaxy has one of them too.
    http://www.galaxytechus.com/__US__/Product6/ProductDetail?proID=146&isStop=0


    that low profile card is dual slots , wont do.
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    Onus , June 6, 2014 3:24 PM
    ^Sad, but true. It needs to be low-profile AND single slot. That may seem like a tall order, but more than one HD7750 fits that description, and it uses even more power than the GTX, so it ought to be possible.
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    BranFlake5 , June 6, 2014 3:56 PM
    I'm really digging the White PCB and single slot card. Good Job Galaxy.
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    chtl22 , June 6, 2014 5:03 PM
    I can't find any info on the 780 ti 6gb and when you zoom in for the picture of the ti there is no mention of it being 6gb. Also when you go to their site and look at v2.0 780 ti it only has the 3gb model listed under v2.0. I'm wondering if it's a mistake in the title since the regular 780 is in fact 6gb.
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    zhunt99 , June 6, 2014 5:44 PM
    This makes me miss my single slot 8800 GT
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    Crashman , June 7, 2014 4:42 PM
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    I can't find any info on the 780 ti 6gb and when you zoom in for the picture of the ti there is no mention of it being 6gb. Also when you go to their site and look at v2.0 780 ti it only has the 3gb model listed under v2.0. I'm wondering if it's a mistake in the title since the regular 780 is in fact 6gb.
    I think the typo in the title may have resulted when they tried to fix the messed-up title I probably wrote.

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    chtl22 , June 7, 2014 5:10 PM
    Quote:
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    I can't find any info on the 780 ti 6gb and when you zoom in for the picture of the ti there is no mention of it being 6gb. Also when you go to their site and look at v2.0 780 ti it only has the 3gb model listed under v2.0. I'm wondering if it's a mistake in the title since the regular 780 is in fact 6gb.
    I think the typo in the title may have resulted when they tried to fix the messed-up title I probably wrote.



    Haha no biggy was just verifying. 'Cause a 6gb 780 ti would be sweet!

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    tomfreak , June 7, 2014 9:08 PM
    back then 8800GT can be done in single slot @ 125w tdp all without heatpipes. Nowadays no one does that in 125w tdp. What happened to cooling technology? Did they went backwards?
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    mapesdhs , June 8, 2014 12:55 PM
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    back then 8800GT can be done in single slot @ 125w tdp all without heatpipes. ...


    True, but such cards were kinda loud (I have several of them), the XFX 8800GT 1GB
    inparticular. 2-slot models such as the ASUS with its Glaciator cooler were far
    easier on the ears. Ditto the 9800GTs (I've collected about a half-dozen of each).

    Ian.

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    artk2219 , June 9, 2014 9:26 AM
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    back then 8800GT can be done in single slot @ 125w tdp all without heatpipes. ...


    True, but such cards were kinda loud (I have several of them), the XFX 8800GT 1GB
    inparticular. 2-slot models such as the ASUS with its Glaciator cooler were far
    easier on the ears. Ditto the 9800GTs (I've collected about a half-dozen of each).

    Ian.




    They also had a relatively high failure rate and many of them had to be reflowed just after the warranty period, still it would be nice to have the option though.
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    Red_Frog , June 11, 2014 5:41 PM
    Looks sexy, I'd probably go looking for a pair if they came equipped with goldfingers.
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    tryingmybest , June 19, 2014 2:55 AM
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    ^Sad, but true. It needs to be low-profile AND single slot. That may seem like a tall order, but more than one HD7750 fits that description, and it uses even more power than the GTX, so it ought to be possible.


    You can mod any card you know ... just replace the heat sink and fan from any old low profile card into it, make sure they both have the same tdp or better. And use rubber instead of screws for mounting. I am not interested in the 750 ti , because the 7750 is enough for my machine. But if I am upgrading soon , i will use the 7750 heatsink on the 750 ti .

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