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Old 28-02-14, 03:42 PM
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MSI GTX750 Ti Gaming OC Edition



We take a quick look at MSI's take on the GTX 750 Ti. Powerful card that requires no extra power connections.

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Old 28-02-14, 04:00 PM
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Looks like a great card, makes me think that OC3D will need to redo their recommended systems. Maybe replace the old 650Ti boost with one of these?

hmm, looking at the article now a few things could be changed, PSU sizes are too high wattage for the lower end system (considering your recent videos and articles) and the HD 7870 Tahiti isn't available anymore.

Back on topic, I do prefer having no PCI-E power than having the badly located 6-pin the ASUS model has.
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Old 28-02-14, 09:51 PM
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I can imagine this being insanely quiet.

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I do prefer having no PCI-E power than having the badly located 6-pin the ASUS model has.
Stupid as it may be, there's method to the madness. If you look at the PCB, you'll see the power delivery circuitry is near the DVI connectors. It is still funny though, I don't remember ever seeing that done before.
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I always wonder... How this shape of blades are so efficient and silent... on MSI Gaming cards
For me these blades looks like push more air and cool better but for now they didn't show such domination over others...

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They're silent alright. I'm running this exact card as my GPU Mining card right now and I can't hear even the slightest sound. The only thing I hear is the CPU cooler. All while the card is constantly less than 50°C according to HWMonitor and MSI Afterburner. (And that is with the card overclocked by hand from me to 1280MHz core and 3000MHz Memory)

It didn't even raise the fan-speed. It's unbelievable how good this cooler works for this card.
I guess it could also be cooled passively due to the extremly low TDP, but still, very very quiet.
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