Nvidia GeForce GTX 750 & 750 Ti Benchmarks surface in the UK

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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  2. -Tj-

    -Tj- Ancient Guru

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    man they're tiny lol

    So I guess no pcie plug? Which makes it perfect for a Physx gpu, well that's is someone actually needs it.



    Edit: gpu-z shows directx 11.2:nerd:, not that it matters on this lower end gpu
     
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  3. moab600

    moab600 Ancient Guru

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    so it's the low end maxwell first, make since. but i think there got to be a surprise, does it have Denver cpu or no?
     
  4. Gaizokubanou

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    Man they look adorable!
     

  5. -Tj-

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    That's only for full high-end Maxwell (Q1 2015 or so), kinda like HyperQ and Dynamic Parallelism are on GK110, but not on GK104.
     
  6. ---TK---

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    They look like a pci slot cooler fan. Not interested in the low end Maxwell tbh.
    So maxwell will still be using boost clocks I take it. Im using a skyn3t bios that disables boost so I am hoping high end maxwell boost can be disabled as well.
     
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    I know right, I'd love to cuddle 4 of those in quad SLI on OC the **** out fo them!!!... oh wait :giggle2:
     
  8. LesserHellspawn

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    Yep, those cards look cute. Bit of steampunk too, with all the gold and bronze.
     
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    The 750 has the same specs as a 650ti but higher clocks. 650ti was kelper, and 750 is maxwell. Im rarely confused but that just seems odd too me.
     
  10. Edamski

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    They are small aren't they! Look like a nice step though
     

  11. EKRboi

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    When I built my HTPC last year I went with an AMD Athlon II 651k FM1 because I'm an AMD fanboy and at the time HD audio passthrough over HDMI on AMD/ATI in linux was a no go with no releif in sight.. so no need for an actual AMD APU. So I paired it with a cheap GT610 for $40.. works like a champ for XBMC and any emulator up to PS1 or N64. Only downfall.. the stupid thing doesnt have any fan control.. its 100% or no %. Looks like I may be looking to pick up a 750ti to put in there to replace it! Small and power efficient.. plus the only emu I have thrown at my gt610 that it just refuses to do is Dolphin. Heres to hoping a 750ti will let me get rid of my wii so I can just get my wii Zelda game fix on my htpc. Will be looking forward to some real world examples of what it can handle.
     
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    yep that what i figured. does the 780 have this hyperQ or it reserved for GK110 Quadros?
     
  13. Koniakki

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    Offtopic but I wanted to point out the I remember and miss when new members were signing up and they were like:

    "Hello everyone, I'm new here. My name is xxxxxxx and I thank you all for you welcomes. I also posted in the introduction thread! Hope to be a productive member here! :thumbup:"

    Now almost all new members start with insults, fanboyism, bad manners etc etc... Shame, a real shame. :bang:
     
  14. kislotikas

    kislotikas Guest

    if its about 650 ti boost performance, two of these in sli doesn't sound like a bad deal. Interesting if they support sli and the price tag.
     
  15. Koniakki

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    I don't see SLI mentioned anywhere but if they support it and the price is right they would make a sweet SLI for budget gaming rig. :thumbup:

    Althought I don't see why not pick 2 650TI Boost instead over them. Well their price will clear this up. ;)
     

  16. kislotikas

    kislotikas Guest

    Althought I don't see why not pick 2 650TI Boost instead over them. Well their price will clear this up. ;)

    I haven't seen 650 ti boost in my country for 2 month. only 660gtx with prices higher than 6 month ago :3eyes:
     
  17. rougal

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    If the price is right, this cards will sell better against AMD's counterpart. Just curious to see some benches on that 750ti performance increase compared to 650ti.
     
  18. Fox2232

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    Pure amateurism!

    They have side by side GTX 650Ti and GTX 750, which have exactly same memory interface, number of shaders, ROPs, TMUs.

    And they did not perform clock to clock comparison to see improvements in performance nor in power consumption.
     

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