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Nvidia Announces GTX 750 and GTX 750 Ti Graphics Cards

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Nvidia's new GTX 750 and GTX 750 Ti graphics cards are surprisingly efficient!

Nvidia has launched two new graphics cards: the GTX 750 and the GTX 750 Ti. These cards are the first graphics cards based on Nvidia's new Maxwell architecture.

The GTX 750 carries a total of 512 CUDA cores, as well as 32 TMUs along with 16 ROPs. The GPU's base frequency sits at 1020 MHz, while it can boost around 1085 MHz. Memory is clocked in at 5.0 GHz, and counts 1 GB running over a 128-bit wide memory interface. It features a TDP of 55 W.

The GTX 750 Ti is a little more powerful and carries 640 CUDA cores, 40 TMUs, and the same 16 ROPs. The GPU frequencies are the same as the GTX 750, though the 2 GB of GDDR5 memory is clocked at an effective speed of 5.4 GHz. The card has a TDP of 60 W.

Neither one of the graphics card's reference solutions carry additional PCIe power connectors and take all their juice from the system's PCIe slot.

The GTX 750 and the GTX 750 Ti are intended to be positioned between the GTX 660 and the GTX 650, replacing the GTX 650 Ti.

Nvidia has given the GTX 750 an MSRP price of $120, while the GTX 750 Ti should cost about $150.

Read all about the GTX 750 Ti in our review.

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    cooltofool , February 18, 2014 4:06 PM
    Perfect for throwing into a hp oem machine
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    Morbus , February 18, 2014 5:43 PM
    Wow, those are some nice cards for the price, considering you'll end up saving a lot more if you game... I don't think they'll be too close to the 760's performance... If they are, and considering the 760 has a 170W TDP, boy, will the 8 series be awesome!
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    rapman4488 , February 18, 2014 7:55 PM
    This is on the 28nm process. Now imagine this architecture with the 20nm process considering the amazing jump from 40nm to 28nm with Fermi to Kepler. The Maxwell 800 series is going to be AMAZING!
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    DelightfulDucklings , February 18, 2014 10:06 PM
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    This is on the 28nm process. Now imagine this architecture with the 20nm process considering the amazing jump from 40nm to 28nm with Fermi to Kepler. The Maxwell 800 series is going to be AMAZING!
    Yea I didn't really think I'd want to upgrade my 7970 very soon but judging by this card I could be looking to upgrade a bit sooner than expected :) 
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    catfishtx , February 19, 2014 6:08 AM
    This is going to be good for laptops. Decent gaming power in a lower TDP.
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    derekullo , February 19, 2014 8:17 AM
    For a difference of $30 why would Nvidia go through the trouble of making 2 models? It says above that they are trying to replace only one, the Geforce 650 Ti.
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    Morbus , February 19, 2014 8:22 AM
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    For a difference of $30 why would Nvidia go through the trouble of making 2 models? It says above that they are trying to replace only one, the Geforce 650 Ti.


    Because those 30USD amount to a 25% price difference? That's like arguing we shouldn't have 50c chocolate bars because why would we bother for a mere 3USD price difference?
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    Avus , February 19, 2014 12:37 PM
    left over Intel cpu heatsink??
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    derekullo , February 19, 2014 4:39 PM
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    For a difference of $30 why would Nvidia go through the trouble of making 2 models? It says above that they are trying to replace only one, the Geforce 650 Ti.
    Because those 30USD amount to a 25% price difference? That's like arguing we shouldn't have 50c chocolate bars because why would we bother for a mere 3USD price difference?
    50 cents x 1.25 = $3 ???...50 cents x 1.25 = 63 cents
    Assuming you were selling chocolate bars it would make more sense to sell the tastier 63 cent chocolate bars than the not as sweet 50 cent bars.
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    Morbus , February 19, 2014 6:59 PM
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    For a difference of $30 why would Nvidia go through the trouble of making 2 models? It says above that they are trying to replace only one, the Geforce 650 Ti.
    Because those 30USD amount to a 25% price difference? That's like arguing we shouldn't have 50c chocolate bars because why would we bother for a mere 3USD price difference?
    50 cents x 1.25 = $3 ???...50 cents x 1.25 = 63 cents
    Assuming you were selling chocolate bars it would make more sense to sell the tastier 63 cent chocolate bars than the not as sweet 50 cent bars.

    Way to miss the point. Good job.
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    Matt087_48 , February 26, 2014 12:15 PM
    well i saw the G3d mark on the 750ti is at 3715 on passmark site , that is very very good for a 60 watt no pcie 6 pin required video card, thats better than the 650ti boost and the radeon 7850 . If the cheaper 750 gets around 2800 on the G3d mark then that will be a 55 watt gem to me cause it hits the sweet spot i need for the games i play.