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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