ASUS Launches GeForce GTX 750 Ti Strix 4GB

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  1. Primey0

    Primey0 Member Guru

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    Give it a rest. You're beating a dead horse now.
     
  2. sykozis

    sykozis Ancient Guru

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    That's some serious boost there.....
     
  3. icedman

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    What a waste of memory even if u could use this in SLI it couldn't fill that much ram.
     
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    Considering I'm using a 4GB GTX680, yeah it makes a pretty good difference. Quite a few games where I've used more than 2GB of VRAM.
     

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    lol funny thing is, most folks will buy this 4gb! card instead of a more powerfull card with half the vram

    I remember a dude telling me his gt220 1gb was away faster than my 896MB gtx 260
     
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    ok for the sake of argument a 760 4g then
    but my point sorta was that no matter if it had 4g it normally puts it in the next card higher up price wise,
     
  7. Cartman372

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    Yeah, more features = higher price. Just how it works. Manufacturers have been putting too much RAM on things for ages. You can currently get an R5 230 with 2GB VRAM running through a 64 bit bus.

    EDIT: Just found a GTX 730 with 4GB of VRAM on a 64bit bus
     
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