EVGA has unveiled a new GeForce GTX 750 graphics card, and while on the surface this card might not appear to be all that special, it is a 2 GB card, which means double the standard memory count for the GTX 750.
The company will be coming out with two versions of this card – a standard reference clocked version, and an overclocked version. The reference clocks for the GTX 750 are 1020 MHz base, with a boost frequency of 1085 MHz. The 2 GB of memory remains GDDR5 memory, and also remains clocked at the reference effective frequency of 5.0 GHz.
The SC version of the card (Super-Clocked) will have a base frequency of 1215 MHz, with a boost frequency of 1294 MHz. Memory clock speed remains at 5.0 GHz.
Pricing is set at $129.99 and $139.99 for the GTX 750 2 GB and the GTX 750 2 GB SC, respectively.
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We'll never know. The 750 series isn't SLI compatible. But if it were (and maybe a future iteration will be) it looks like two 1GB 750TIs in SLI may equal a 770 (based on extrapolation from the benches of a single 750Ti and seeing benches that show how Nvidia low to mid-level GPUs scale in SLI, and assuming the 2GB 750 equals the 750TI 1B in performance). Since a typical single EVGA SC 770 costs (US) $330 and this 2GB SC 750 costs $140, it theoretically may be the better value. But again, for now, we'll never know.