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Nvidia Maxwell GTX750 Ti Review



The first Maxwell card is upon us in the shape of the GTX750Ti. We take a look at how it performs.

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Old 18-02-14, 02:13 PM
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Awww, it's so tiny

I wonder if they can carry the same amount power efficiency throughout the whole range of Maxwell? Would be good to see a high end card that is about as efficient as a mid range card. Only thing is we might end up with a Ivy bridge/Haswell situation where once you overclock them the heat will go up quite a bit.

AMD have got some catching up to do power efficiency wise if the high end Maxwell cards are just as efficient as this.
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I may have to get one of these for an HTPC build
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It looks a bit on the ugly side :I. Guess thats stock coolers for you. Its nice and efficient, perfect for a steambox, like the 650Ti's are/were .
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Hopefully we'll be seeing very linear power gains when scaling maxwell up, would be massive for nvidia as i know the red side of things are looking toasty and power hungry.

17% less CUDA cores, 38% less TAUs and less power from the wall whilst being around 20% faster than a 650ti on average is kinda epic.

Around 40w less than a 265, but the 265 packs more of a punch. I've got a feeling most gamers will be looking at the 265, if you can actually get one that is.

We all know that AMD's price's on paper are very different in reality :P
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Linustechtips also covered the Asus version of the card -









Actually outputs more frames as well due to better power delivery -

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I think all of the higher cards will come out as the 8XX series and then this will be just be kicked down a rung to the 850 or 840 and sold exactly as it is, possibly with a clock tweak like we have seen before with the refresh lines. If they were to start bringing out 7XXM's they wouldn't be able to differentiate them from the mobile gpu's.

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Actually outputs more frames as well due to better power delivery -

AMD are going to badly if they can't stop retailers being greedy and putting prices up on the new 265, which is basicallly the same performance as this. its supposed to cost £100.
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Interesting little card, not a bad performer really. I've never looked at these lower end cards but if you aren't all for running games maxed out at 1440 then this seems like a winner.
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AMD are going to badly if they can't stop retailers being greedy and putting prices up on the new 265, which is basicallly the same performance as this. its supposed to cost £100.
well, i don't know how much of a difference the power consumption will make but after a year or two i am pretty sure the 750ti would pay off anyways.
well, not really my territory, but if someone asked for a ~500$ build this is pretty interesting.
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