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Nvidia 750ti

Postposted on Wed Feb 26, 2014 5:01 pm

Anyone else looking forward to a nice low profile GTX 750ti ?? I know I am to replace my LP ASUS hd 6570 that has some problems gaming at 1080p.

With the 750TI's nice low power consumption and excellent performance it will be great to game @ 1080p on all of my HTPC's.

I think the new 750 and 750ti are about the best GPUs out there to upgrade pretty much any computer to make them able to game at 1080p at medium to high settings.

Paired with my I3-2120 it should do a fantastic job, I am guessing around 80% better then my HD6570 LP card in my slim tower now even if it is overclocked to 850 on the core 50mhz higher then a 6670, but it has ddr3 memory instead of gddr5 that makes a huge difference in performance.

So I have to say i am very much looking forward to a gtx 750ti Low Profile card for my Slim towered HTPC.
I ma sure many others that can only use Low Profile GPUs are also waiting on a LP 750ti. with the low temps and voltage they uyse they would be by far the best LP video card ever made as of yet that can run without a power connector.
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Re: Nvidia 750ti

Postposted on Wed Feb 26, 2014 5:05 pm

Galaxy has announced their LP version of the card. I want a LP version that is passively cooled....we'll see though.
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Re: Nvidia 750ti

Postposted on Wed Feb 26, 2014 5:10 pm

StuG wrote:Galaxy has announced their LP version of the card. I want a LP version that is passively cooled....we'll see though.


I thought I read somewhere that Galaxy was leaving the N.A. market, though.
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Re: Nvidia 750ti

Postposted on Wed Feb 26, 2014 5:36 pm

From Galaxy:

"In response to reports of an alleged end to Galaxy’s business in North America, we would like to make clear that Galaxy is not pulling out from the North American market. We have recently had some changes in our structure and discontinued working with our current sales rep in North America but have no intention of ceasing business and operations in the region.

"Galaxy will continue all support and service as usual. We have a full team of staff servicing users’ RMAs and our support hotline is still operating. Our service email is still working as usual, we will continue replacing cards for end users, and our warranties will be honored and valid."
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Re: Nvidia 750ti

Postposted on Wed Feb 26, 2014 6:00 pm

Well, that's good news.
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Re: Nvidia 750ti

Postposted on Wed Feb 26, 2014 7:38 pm

Yes I also saw that galaxy LP 750, along with the rumor that galaxy was going to cease sales in the US. I am glad that this is so far untrue.

Considering the 750TI uses only 5 watts more then the hd7750 and is on average at least 50-75% faster then the 7750 I think that is pretty amazing.

I am very much looking forward to more then just Galaxy putting out a Low Profile 750ti or even a plain GTX 750 non TI. It is a very impressive demonstration of maxwells superior design to be able to get that much performance from such a small DIE and lo0w wattage.

Once the next die shrink comes along and we get big Maxwell I think it is going toi change the face of performance per whatt...I think the GTX 750 and 750ti is already doing this but after a die shrink is should be 25-50% better.
I hope they either shrink the 750 to the next smaller node/die shrink to 16nm finfet or better yet make a more complex 850ti with another block or 2 to give it GTX 660 performance or better with a 60-65 watt power profile. Now that would be the ultimate HTPC card.

Also Big Max should be very impressive, I am really looking forward to what it will be able to do....4k gaming at 60p would be great on a single card with max settings if the new node at 16nm with finfet does not leak too much. It should be a monster of a card blowing anything out of the water AMD can come up with unless they have new design up their sleeves. Since I do not think just a shrink of their current designs will cut it.
Along with Samsungs 105 inch curved 21/9 Super HD screen:)
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Re: Nvidia 750ti

Postposted on Thu Feb 27, 2014 3:59 pm

Is it a safe assumption that the 750 Ti is 66 - 80% faster than the 7750? If that's true, I may be upgrading my home theater PC and demoting the 7750 to work in a more obscure capacity...
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Re: Nvidia 750ti

Postposted on Thu Feb 27, 2014 6:06 pm

According to Anandtech Bench it looks more like 80% - 100% faster.
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Re: Nvidia 750ti

Postposted on Fri Feb 28, 2014 10:47 am

Melvar wrote:According to Anandtech Bench it looks more like 80% - 100% faster.


Good Lord. Welp, guess that decision's an easy one!
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Re: Nvidia 750ti

Postposted on Fri Feb 28, 2014 11:45 am

I cannot say it enough that the 750 series card is amazingly powerful and at 60 watts power efficient. A truly amazing piece of architecture.
Big Maxwell on 16nm finfet should be pretty damn amazing. I hope they shrink the 750 to 16nm also....it could possible give us much faster clockspeeds/ thus higher performance with a even lower power envelope.
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Re: Nvidia 750ti

Postposted on Fri Feb 28, 2014 4:21 pm

I had to put the most powerful thing I could find into a Dell today that had no PCI-E 6-pin power available.

I found a FirePro V4900 lying around (it's a 6670 with a FirePro badge on the front) but realised that just two years ago this was state-of-the-art at the 75W power envelope, right up until the 7750 managed to squeeze GCN under 75W.

If you look how much the graphics market has stagnated of late, it's absolutely staggering how much performance the <75W category has gained. From 6670 to 7750 and now the 750Ti, performance has practically quadrupled.

Imagine where we'd be now if the performance at the high-end had also quadrupled in just two years.
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