Gtx 750 power requirements: Nvidia GeForce GTX 750 Ti Review

GeForce GTX 750 Ti & GTX 750 Specifications & Positioning

by Ryan Smith & Ganesh T Son February 18, 2014 9:00 AM EST

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Introducing MaxwellMaxwell’s Feature Set: Kepler RefinedMaxwell: Designed For Energy EfficiencyGeForce GTX 750 Ti & GTX 750 Specifications & PositioningMeet The Reference GTX 750 Ti & Zotac GTX 750 SeriesHTPC Aspects : IntroductionHTPC Aspects : Network Streaming PerformanceHTPC Aspects : Decoding & Rendering BenchmarksHTPC Aspects : Miscellaneous FactorsThe TestMetro: Last LightCompany of Heroes 2Bioshock InfiniteBattlefield 4Crysis 3Crysis: WarheadTotal War: Rome 2Hitman: AbsolutionGRID 2SyntheticsComputePower, Temperature, & NoiseOverclocking: When Headroom Exceeds Clockspeed LimitsFinal Words

Having finally covered the architecture and design choices of Maxwell in-depth, let’s talk about the retail hardware itself. As me mentioned in our introduction NVIDIA’s first play with Maxwell will be the high volume markets that GK107 resides in. Ultimately this means we should end up seeing GM107 in mobile GeForce and in server GRID products too, but first NVIDIA is starting with the desktop video card market. The desktop market affords NVIDIA the chance to take more direct control, so while server and mobile products go through additional phases of OEM/partner validation, desktop can be the first up to bat.

In a move a bit different from usual for an NVIDIA desktop video card launch, NVIDIA is launching multiple GM107 cards at once. Typically they’d stretch this out over a couple of weeks, but with the 700 series already on the market (and nothing better to do with salvaged chips) there’s little reason to wait.

NVIDIA GPU Specification Comparison
  GTX 660 GTX 750 Ti GTX 750 GTX 650
CUDA Cores 960 640 512 384
Texture Units 80 40 32 32
ROPs 24 16 16 16
Core Clock 980MHz 1020MHz 1020MHz 1058MHz
Boost Clock 1033MHz 1085MHz 1085MHz N/A
Memory Clock 6GHz GDDR5 5. 4GHz GDDR5 5GHz GDDR5 5GHz GDDR5
Memory Bus Width 192-bit 128-bit 128-bit 128-bit
VRAM 2GB 2GB 1GB 1GB
FP64 1/24 1/32 1/32 1/24
TDP 140W 60W 55W 64W
Transistor Count 2. 54B 1.87B 1.87B 1.3B
Manufacturing Process TSMC 28nm TSMC 28nm TSMC 28nm TSMC 28nm
Architecture Kepler Maxwell Maxwell Kepler
GPU GK106 GM107 GM107 GK107
Launch Date 09/13/12 02/18/14 02/18/14 09/13/12
Launch Price $229 $149 $119 $109

Starting with the GeForce GTX 750 Ti, this is NVIDIA’s flagship GM107 product. GTX 750 Ti packs a complete GM107 implementation, comprising 5 SMMs, 640 CUDA cores, 16 ROPs, and 40 texture units, and fed by 2MB of L2 cache. In terms of design GM107 is a clear successor to GK107, as evidenced by use of just 16 ROPs.

Nevertheless it’s very important to keep in mind that thanks to the Maxwell architecture GM107 hits well above its weight, so the CUDA core count difference between the GTX 750 Ti and GTX 660 makes these parts look much farther apart than they actually are. At least so long as we’re comparing Kepler and Maxwell parts, the product number is going to be the more meaningful designation as specs alone will not capture the relative power and efficiency of these designs.


GTX 750 Ti Block Diagram

GTX 750 Ti’s GM107 GPU is in turn paired with 2GB of GDDR5, on a 128-bit bus. The use of 2GB of VRAM is common for cards at this price range, whereas the 128-bit bus is narrower than competing cards, but something NVIDIA doesn’t expect to be badly hindered by due to their efficiency improvements elsewhere. On the other hand the company also expects some of its partners to roll out a smaller numbers of 1GB cards in the near future, and while these will be $10 cheaper we’re of the opinion that there’s no reason to have less than 2GB of VRAM on a card in this price range.

When it comes to clockspeeds NVIDIA will be shipping GTX 750 Ti and its GM107 GPU at slightly higher clockspeeds than its Kepler counterparts. NVIDIA is putting the core clock at 1020MHz with an official boost clock of 1085MHz; and as this is a GPU Boost 2.0 we’ll see the highest boost bins top out well over 1100MHz. The VRAM on the other hand will be clocked at 5.4GHz, which on a 128-bit bus is enough to provide 86.4GB/sec of memory bandwidth. The use of 5.4GHz RAM here is a bit off an oddity since no one produces GDDR5 RAM at that speed bin – these cards will have to be equipped with 6GHz RAM in order to meet the required specifications – so we strongly suspect this is a board limitation, especially since the board is virtually identical to NVIDIA’s board design for GTX 650 Ti, which also has the same 5. 4GHz memory clock.

Switching gears for a moment, let’s now cover the GTX 750. GTX 750 is based on a cut-down/salvaged GM107 GPU, utilizing just 4 of GM107’s 5 SMMs. This reduces the CUDA core count to 512 and the number of texture units to 32, but it leaves the ROP/L2/memory partitions fully intact. GPU clockspeeds are identical to GTX 750 Ti – 1020MHz base, 1085MHz boost – while the memory subsystem is further reduced to 1GB of GDDR5 running at 5GHz. As such, the GTX 750 will fall behind the 750 Ti by anywhere between 8% and 20%, depending on whether the workload being measured is memory bound or shader/texture bound.


GTX 750 Block Diagram

But perhaps the most impressive metric is power consumption. Due to NVIDIA’s optimizations efforts and 2x perf-per-watt goal for Maxwell, power consumption is way down versus the GK106 based parts that the GTX 750 and GTX 750 Ti will be replacing. NVIDIA’s official TDP – which is generally comparable within the NVIDIA product lineup – is just 60W for GTX 750 Ti, and a lower still 55W for GTX 750. For the sake of comparison this is a bit lower than either GTX 650 or GT 640 (the desktop GK107 parts), and more importantly these new GTX 750 series cards are quite a bit more powerful than the GK107 cards at similar TDPs.

The end result is that we’re looking at either a significant reduction in power consumption for similar performance to GK106, or a massive increase in performance as compared to GK107. Given the power limited nature of mobile in particular, this makes GM107 an especially potent GPU for NVIDIA.

With that in mind, it’s interesting to note that all of this comes despite the fact that both transistor counts and die sizes are up compared to GK107. GK107 was 118mm2 for 1.3 billion transistors, and meanwhile GM107 is 148mm2 for 1.87B transistors. The fact that NVIDIA was able to increase their transistor count by 43% has a lot to with how much faster GM107 is than GK107, but at the same time the fact that die size itself is only up by 25% showcases those die size optimizations we talked about earlier.

Ultimately when we’re on a single node – this is all TSMC 28nm HP, not HPM – there’s typically a loose correlation between die size and power consumption in a chip stack, which is something NVIDIA has been able to dodge with GM107. Due to all of their power optimizations NVIDIA has been able to grow GK107 to GM107 essentially for free, and this still doesn’t take into account the higher IPC of Maxwell.

NVIDIA’s Product Positioning

With up to 640 CUDA cores that hit above their weight and a TDP below 75W, GTX 750 Ti and GTX 750 will be filling a duo of roles in the NVIDIA lineup. From a performance and price standpoint NVIDIA is placing them between the GK106 flagship GTX 660 and the GK107 flagship GTX 650. GTX 750 Ti isn’t quite fast enough to displace GTX 660, so GTX 660 continues to live for another day while NVIDIA uses GTX 750 Ti to retire GTX 650 Ti Boost, and GTX 750 to retire GTX 650 Ti. Both of those were based on cut-down GK106 GPUs, so there’s an immediate benefit to NVIDIA of reducing production costs, and for consumers these new GTX 750 series cards will be faster than the cards they replace by roughly the same performance factor as we’ve seen elsewhere for GTX 700 series cards. Elsewhere GTX 650 and below will also live for another day as budget offerings, due to GK107’s smaller die size and lower production costs.

Meanwhile these sub-75W TDPs means that the GTX 750 series are now going to be NVIDIA’s best cards for the sub-75W PCIe bus powered only market. GTX 650, despite its TDP, required a 6pin PCIe power connector, so in that space the GTX 750 series is replacing the even slower GT 640 (GK107 + DDR3) as NVIDIA’s top card. For the purposes of the desktop video card space this puts the GTX 750 series squarely in the middle of the HTPC space and OEM upgrade space.

The HTPC space has long favored sub-75W cards for noise and space reasons, and NVIDIA’s video decode power improvements should be further welcome in this space. In this sense NVIDIA’s petite products for smaller form factor computers will be an interesting split between the reference GTX 780 and the GTX 750 series. Reference GTX 780 being well suited for small form factor designs due to its well-constructed blower, and the GTX 750 series being well suited for very low power designs or designs that don’t meet the air intake requirements for a blower.

As for the OEM upgrade space, this is a fairly straightforward but large market. The two sweet spots for video card upgrades for OEM systems are sub-150W cards for the OEMs that supply a single PCIe power plug (some of them), and sub-75W cards for OEMs that don’t supply a PCIe power plug, or even a very powerful PSU in the first place (more of them). These scenarios are fundamentally power limited – not unlike mobile – so having the fastest card at sub-150W and sub-75W is potentially very good for business. In NVIDIA’s case they are making a clear play for the sub-75W market with these cards, and one of their marketing pushes will be to go after OEM upgrades.

That said, whenever we’re talking about mainstream cards the Asia-Pacific (APAC) market becomes especially important due to its size and higher price sensitivity. Countries like China have been strong markets for cards like the GTX 750 series, so NVIDIA is expecting much of the same here. Once again NVIDIA’s strongest play will be the sub-75W market given their power advantage, as in unrestricted power scenarios AMD will have the upper hand. The wild card factor here will be APAC’s far greater use of internet cafes and LAN gaming centers, as operators are likely to be more interested in power consumption when it’s spread out over numerous computers.

Pricing & Competitive Landscape

Wrapping things up, the GTX 750 series will be a hard launch with immediate availability on a global scale. NVIDIA is placing the MSRP for the GTX 750 Ti at $149 and the MSRP for the GTX 750 at $119, right between the GTX 660 and GTX 650, while pushing GTX 650 Ti out of the picture entirely. From a performance perspective these cards won’t offer the kind of performance that will entice most 600 series owners to upgrade (though the performance gains against GT 640 are striking), but NVIDIA is making a major effort to target GTX 550 Ti and GTS 450 owners as those cards turn 3-4 years old, with the GTX 750 series able to easily double their performance while reducing power consumption.

AMD’s competition for the GTX 750 series will be the recently launched Radeon R7 265, and the recently price dropped Radeon R7 260X, which are set to go for $149 and $119 respectively. Unfortunately R7 265 was not a hard launch and is not expected until the end of this month, so NVIDIA is going to have roughly two weeks of availability ahead of AMD at $149, and meanwhile at $119 we’re still waiting to see the announced price cuts take effect.

From a price/performance standpoint NVIDIA is not going to be especially competitive, and this is similar to how NVIDIA handled the mainstream cards in the 600 series. NVIDIA is content to take second place on a price/performance basis, relying on their stronger brand name and greater brick & mortar retail presence to make up for what they lose from lower performance, a strategy that apparently worked well for the 600 series. Accordingly, once they hit the market (and assuming they stay at MSRP), R7 265 and R7 260X will be faster than their GTX 750 series’ counterparts, as AMD is just outright throwing more hardware at the problem. But as a result AMD will not be able to compete with NVIDIA’s power efficiency; in those sub-75W markets NVIDIA will have the more powerful (and more expensive) options.

Winter 2014 GPU Pricing Comparison
AMD Price NVIDIA
Radeon R9 270 $250 GeForce GTX 760
  $190 GeForce GTX 660
Radeon R7 265 $150 GeForce GTX 750 Ti
Radeon R7 260 $130  
Radeon R7 260X (New MSRP) $120 GeForce GTX 750
Radeon R7 250X $100 GeForce GTX 650
Radeon R7 250 $90 GeForce GT 640

 

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Choosing the Best PSU for Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 750 Ti GPU

Learn about what to look for when choosing a power supply for Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 750 Ti GPU.

In this article, I’ll go over the things you should consider when choosing a power supply for your computer with an Nvidia GeForce GTX 750 Ti graphics card.

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How to Choose a Power Supply for the GTX 750 Ti GPU

The main job of a power supply is to convert the alternating current (AC) from your wall outlet into the direct current (DC) needed by the components inside your computer.

Power Output

An important factor when buying a PSU is the supported wattage.

You can estimate your power needs by using the following chart.

Component Peak Power Usage
GTX 750 Ti GPU 60 W
Top-Tier CPU (e.g., Intel Core i9 12900K) 241 W
Mid-Tier CPU (e. g., Intel Core i5 12600K) 150 W
Motherboard 80 W
Optical Drive 30 W
3.5″ Hard Drive 9 W
M.2 or 2.5″ SSD 9 W
140 mm Case/CPU Fan 6 W
120 mm Case/CPU Fan 6 W
80 mm Case/CPU Fan 3 W

By adding up these numbers, you can estimate peak power usage. Check out the top-tier and mid-tier example builds below.

It’s generally a good idea to add a 100–150 W buffer to your expected usage. This buffer will give you some flexibility in case of miscalculations and will allow you to add more drives, fans, or add-in cards in the future.

In most cases, buying a little more wattage than you need is a safer choice for ensuring system stability.

Don’t forget to account for the additional power required for overclocking if you intend to overclock your CPU or GPU. Overclocking could require roughly an extra 50–100 W, depending on how much you overclock these devices.

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Top-Tier Estimate:

Top-Tier Components Peak Power Consumption
GTX 750 Ti GPU 60 watts
Top-Tier CPU (e. g., Intel Core i9 12900K) 241 watts
Motherboard 80 watts
4 M.2 or 2.5″ SSDs 36 watts
3 Case Fans (120 mm) 18 watts
2 CPU Fans (120 mm) 12 watts
Total Estimate: 447 watts
Recommended Power Supply Wattage: 600 watts

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Mid-Tier Estimate:

Mid-Tier Components Peak Power Consumption
GTX 750 Ti GPU 60 watts
Mid-Tier CPU (e. g., Intel Core i5 12600K) 150 watts
Motherboard 80 watts
2 M.2 or 2.5″ SSDs 18 watts
2 Case Fans (120 mm) 12 watts
2 CPU Fans (120 mm) 12 watts
Total Estimate: 332 watts
Recommended Power Supply Wattage: 500 watts

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Power Efficiency

PSUs with higher efficiency ratings use less energy and produce less heat, improving their reliability and reducing noise.

The 80 PLUS certification program for power supplies helps to promote energy efficiency by indicating its efficiency rating.

Higher efficiency power supplies may have a higher upfront cost. However, they could potentially save you money on electricity in the long run.

Lower wattage PSUs will be more power-efficient even when idle. For this reason, you may be able to save more on electricity by getting the correct wattage of PSU than by getting the one with the best 80 PLUS rating.

PSU Efficiency Levels (115 V)
Certification Level 10% Load 20% Load 50% Load 100% Load
80 Plus 80% 80% 80%
80 Plus Bronze 82% 85% 82%
80 Plus Silver 85% 88% 85%
80 Plus Gold 87% 90% 87%
80 Plus Platinum 90% 92% 89%
80 Plus Titanium 90% 92% 94% 90%

Cables

Connectors

Make sure your PSU has the correct connectors to support the hardware in your system. Cheaper PSUs may cut costs on connectors and cables by offering fewer options and shorter lengths.

Check with your motherboard and graphics card documentation to determine which connector types are needed. Buy a popular, recently-released PSU; it will likely have the necessary connectors for a new PC build. However, if you use old components or an old power supply, you may find some incompatibilities.

Here are some common connector types that power supplies support:

  • 24-pin connector for the motherboard
  • 4/8-pin connector for the CPU
  • 6/8-pin connectors for graphics cards
  • SATA Power connector for each SATA HDD or SDD storage device

The latest graphics cards and PSUs are starting to support a new 16-pin PCIe 5.0 connector that replaces multiple 8-pin connectors.

Modular Cables

Typical power supplies come with various cables to connect your components. However, extra unused power cables can work against you by interrupting airflow.

In comparison, modular and semi-modular power supplies allow for attaching only the cables you need. As the name implies, semi-modular power supplies have some wires soldered on, while you can optionally connect others.

Cable Lengths

Most power supplies will have cables long enough to support mid-sized towers comfortably. If you have a full-size tower, you may want to check reviews and documentation to ensure that the cables are long enough to allow good cable management.

Power Supply Form Factors

Various form factors are available for power supplies. However, a standard-size desktop PC build will use an ATX power supply.

Small form factor PSUs allow for usage in many computer case shapes, including mini-PCs.

Power Supply Features

Overvoltage protection and short circuit protection can help to save your components in the case of a surge or accident.

LED lighting is another feature you might consider, depending on your PC goals.

Choosing a Cost-Effective Power Supply for the GTX 750 Ti

Perhaps you live in a dorm or a family member’s house and don’t pay the power bill. Or maybe you don’t expect the computer to have heavy daily usage. In those cases, the lower upfront cost of a less efficient PSU may be the better choice.

On the other hand, if you care more about the electric bill or the environment and plan to maintain higher CPU or GPU usage, then a more efficient PSU may be better.

Don’t go too far over 150 W above your expected power needs. Rightsizing your power supply will keep electricity costs to a minimum, as higher wattage PSUs will consume some additional power, even when idle.

Recommended 750–1000 Watt PSU: Seasonic Prime Series

  • Titanium 80 PLUS efficiency rating means the Seasonic Prime TX is at least 94% efficient at 50% load.
  • Fully modular cabling allows you to optimize airflow and minimize clutter.
  • Silent during low usage.
  • 12-year warranty.
  • This series of power supplies comes in power outputs including 750, 850, and 1000 watts.
  • It also is available in a Gold rated (GX) version.

    Seasonic Prime TX-750

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Recommended 450–750 Watt PSU: Corsair SF Series

  • Platinum 80 PLUS efficiency ratings.
  • Fully modular cabling allows you to optimize airflow and minimize clutter.
  • Near silent during low usage.
  • 7-year warranty.
  • This series of power supplies comes in power outputs including 450, 600, and 750 watts.

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Other Considerations When Building a PC

Want to brush up on other new technologies to consider when building a computer? Check out these articles:

  • Cases:
    • How to Choose the Best PC Case
  • CPUs:
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    • Which Intel and AMD CPUs Support PCIe 4.0?
    • LGA 1700 CPU List
    • LGA 1200 CPU List
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  • CPU Coolers:
    • What is the Best Type of CPU cooler for a Gaming PC?
    • How to Choose a CPU Cooler for Your PC
    • Best LGA 1700 CPU Cooler for Intel’s 12th Gen Core Processors
    • Best AM4 CPU Cooler for AMD Processors
  • Storage:
    • Can an SSD Improve PC Gaming Performance? and Does an SSD Increase FPS for PC Gaming?
    • Storage Type Comparison: M.2, U.2, NVMe, SATA, SSDs, HDDs
  • Memory:
    • How to Choose the Best RAM for Your PC
    • How Much RAM Do You Need for Gaming? and Is 32 GB of RAM Worth It for Gaming?
    • DDR4 vs. DDR5? Which You Should Buy
    • Is DDR5 Worth It? The Benefits of DDR5 and What Is DDR5?
    • Which Intel and AMD CPUs Support DDR5?
  • PCI-Express:
    • Is PCIe 5. 0 Worth It?
  • Motherboards:
    • Which Motherboards Support PCIe 5.0?
    • Which Motherboards Support PCIe 4.0?
    • Which Motherboard Should You Buy for Intel’s 12th Gen CPUs?
  • Graphics Cards:
    • Which Graphics Cards Support PCIe 4.0?
  • Power Supplies:
    • How to Choose the Best Power Supply for a Gaming PC
    • How to Choose a PC Power Supply
  • Keyboards:
    • Best Mechanical Keyboard for Gaming
  • Monitors:
    • How to Choose a Gaming Monitor

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EVGA GeForce GTX 750 Ti Superclocked Graphics Card

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Key Features

  • 1176 MHz Core — Boostable to 1255 MHz
  • 640 CUDA Cores
  • Maxwell Architecture
  • 2GB GDDR5 vRAM

The GeForce GTX 750 Ti Superclocked Graphics Card from EVGA has been designed for gamers and enthusiasts after the additional processing power a dedicated GPU can provide. Not only can the card help video game graphics render smoother motion with more detail, it can also provide compute assistance to a growing number of GPU-aware applications. Through APIs such as OpenCL and CUDA much of the workload created by computationally heavy activities, such as transcoding video, can be shifted to the GPU freeing CPU resources and in many cases performing operations faster than the CPU alone is capable of.

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  • 1Description
  • 2DirectX 11
  • 3CUDA
  • 43D Vision Support
  • 5PhysX
  • 6TXAA
  • 7Adaptive V-Sync
  • 8GPU Boost 2. 0
  • 9G-Sync Support
  • 10GameStream
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The GeForce GTX 750 Ti Superclocked Graphics Card from EVGA has been designed for gamers and enthusiasts after the additional processing power a dedicated GPU can provide. Not only can the card help video game graphics render smoother motion with more detail, it can also provide compute assistance to a growing number of GPU-aware applications. Through APIs such as OpenCL and CUDA much of the workload created by computationally heavy activities, such as transcoding video, can be shifted to the GPU freeing CPU resources and in many cases performing operations faster than the CPU alone is capable of.

This version of the GTX 750 features a 1176 MHz GPU that can be boosted (overclocked) up to 1255 MHz. The GPU incorporates 640 CUDA Cores (stream processors) which not only act as general-purpose shaders for rendering display graphics, they also allow applications that support parallel programming to perform hundreds of simple computations at once. To move data to and from the GPU as efficiently as possible, it features 2GB of 1350 MHz GDDR5 RAM over a 128-bit memory interface. Because GDDR5 RAM moves data at four words per cycle, the effective memory clock speed is 5400 MHz, yielding a memory bandwidth of up to 86.4 GB/s.

The card can be connected to a variety of displays from computer monitors to HDTVs to projectors, even to many 3D devices. It features a DVI-I port which support digital as well as VGA displays, an HDMI port, and a DisplayPort. Through the HDMI or DisplayPort outputs it can drive displays with resolutions up to DCI 4K (4096 x 2160).

Launched in 2009, DirectX 11 opened up more advanced possibilities for improved NVIDIA graphic rendering techniques through advanced tessellation. Some of these techniques include:

  • NVIDIA HairWorks — Allows for many thousands of individual hairs to be rendered and animated as opposed to earlier implementations of polygon strips and transparent textures.
  • NVIDIA FaceWorks — Uses the additional tessellated detail provided by DirectX 11 to render faces with a more realistically round shape, with improved lighting to show contours.
  • HBAO+ Ambient Occlusion — Adds more realistic shading and shadowing where two surfaces or objects meet. DirectX 11 allows for higher quality AO without creating a large performance hit.
  • NVIDIA Percentage Closer Soft Shadows — Creates more realistic shadows by progressively blurring them relative to the distance of the object from the surface where the shadow is cast. The softening of the shadows also reduces aliasing which can be distracting.
  • NVIDIA Crepuscular Rays — Also known as light rays, light shafts, or god rays, DirectX 11 renders these rays with tessellation rather than intensive ray-marching or viewspace slicing. This results in realistic imagery which has less impact on performance and graphics memory while simultaneously reducing aliasing.
  • NVIDIA Depth of Field — Also known as NVDOF, increases precision and quality in cinematic depth-of-field effects by allowing the separation of the subject from the foreground and background. Highlights in the background can take on a polygonal character, similar to as if they had been captured with a real camera.

NVIDIA’s parallel computing platform which enables an increase in computing performance by harnessing the parallel nature of GPU processing. CUDA compatible applications can assign intensive parallel computing tasks, such as real-time video rendering, to the GPU to process, freeing up the computer’s CPU to run other tasks.

When used with a 3D Vision compatible monitor and 3D Vision active-shutter glasses, full-HD resolution images are delivered to each eye. Additionally, with a 3D LightBoost compatible screen, image brightness will be maintained while using the glasses and ghosting will be reduced.

NVIDIA’s hardware accelerated physics engine computes how objects move in space in real time. Having a physics engine precludes the need for programs to pre-animate rendered objects which can give an unrealistic «canned animation» feel. The PhysX engine also allows for designers to create more detailed objects, relying on the GPU’s processing power rather than a bloated programming back end.

Temporal Anti-Aliasing is designed specifically to reduce temporal aliasing (crawling and flickering seen in motion when playing games). This technology is a mix of a temporal filter, hardware anti-aliasing, and custom computer generated film-style anti-aliasing resolves.

NVIDIA’s Adaptive Vertical Sync minimizes stuttering and tearing by monitoring and adjusting the card’s frame rate output. At high frame rates, Adaptive V-Sync is enabled to slow down the output frame rate to prevent tearing as a result of losing sync with your monitor. At lower frame rates, Adaptive V-Sync will automatically be disabled to minimize stuttering.

Boosts the card’s clock speed in real time based on the target temperature. If the card is running below the set target temperature, GPU Boost 2.0 will increase the clock speed to improve performance. The target temperature can be reset depending on your preference, so you can have the card run more quietly for everyday tasks and older games, and run at full tilt during intense high-resolution gaming sequences.

When used with a monitor that has G-Sync hardware installed, the monitor’s refresh rate will sync and lock with the graphics card’s output frame rate. Establishing this sync removes tearing and stuttering which can result from conventional fixed screen refresh rates, especially important for gaming in stereoscopic 3D. An additional benefit of G-Sync is reduced lag so gamers will benefit from the improved command response time as well.

Play your PC games from your computer using a compatible wireless device with minimal latency over-the-air.

Display graphics, games, and video in UHD resolution (3840 x 2160) for increased detail on 4K resolution displays. Games which support 4K resolutions will display greater detail for enhanced realism and reduced artifacts. 4K video from services such as Netflix and YouTube can deliver full resolution video for an enhanced media experience.

With a single card, you can expand your PC games across three displays in stereoscopic 3D for an «inside the game» experience. Add in a fourth accessory display to get access to your email, web, and other applications.

NVIDIA’s Dynamic Super Resolution is a scaling utility introduced with their Maxwell architecture. DSR uses the GPU architecture in order to take advantage of 4K capabilities with lower screen resolutions by having the graphics card render at 4K and then intelligently down-sample the output to fit the smaller screen. Aliasing and jagged artifacts are reduced by having a high-quality filter applied before the image is scaled down.

In the Box
  • EVGA GeForce GTX 750 Ti Superclocked Graphics Card
  • Limited 3-Year Warranty
    • Description
    • DirectX 11
    • CUDA
    • 3D Vision Support
    • PhysX
    • TXAA
    • Adaptive V-Sync
    • GPU Boost 2. 0
    • G-Sync Support
    • GameStream
    • 4K
    • Surround
    • DSR

    EVGA GTX 750 Ti Specs

    GPU NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 Ti:
    CUDA Cores: 640
    Base Clock: 1176 MHz
    Boost Clock: 1255 MHz
    Memory Clock Speed: 5400 MHz
    Configuration: 2 GB
    Inteface: GDDR5
    Interface Width: 128-bit
    Bandwidth: 86.4 GB/s
    Technologies Microsoft DirectX: 11. 2
    OpenGL: 4.4
    CUDA: Yes
    Bus Support: PCI Express 3.0 x16
    Display Support Display Connectors:
     1 x DVI-I DL
     1 x DisplayPort
     1 x HDMI
    Maximum Digital Resolution: 4096 x 2160
    Maximum VGA Resolution: 2048 x 1536
    Multi Monitor Support: Up to 3
    Power Requirements Power Consumption: 60 W
    Minimum System Power Requirement: 300 W
    PCI Power Connectors: N/A
    Dimensions Height: 4.4″ / 112 mm
    Length: 6.7″ / 170 mm
    Width: Dual-Slot

    Packaging Info

    Package Weight 1. 8 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 12.4 x 8 x 2.2″

    EVGA GTX 750 Ti Reviews

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    EVGA GTX 750 Ti FTW Graphics Card Review

    NVIDIA has another architecture release day for us! The Maxwell GPU core has arrived at Overclockers in the form of an EVGA GTX 750 Ti FTW. The Maxwell GPU core architecture promises great power efficiency, low power consumption, and performance that surpasses its predecessors. This particular card also comes with EVGA’s ACX cooler, which has tested very well in the past on other EVGA video cards. So, let’s find out if EVGA put this new technology to good use as we run the GTX 750 Ti FTW through our testing procedure.

    Specifications and Features

    As we look at the specifications below, right off the bat we can see that EVGA has factory overclocked the card from reference design speeds. The reference design card has a base clock of 1020 MHz and a boost clock of 1085 MHz, but here we have 1189 MHz and 1268 respectively. I’d say that’s a pretty hefty overclock right from the start. The card also features 2 GB of GDDR5 memory set to a quad-pumped speed of 5400 MHz. Another added bonus is the inclusion of a 6-pin PCI-E power connection, whereas there is no such connector found on the reference design cards. Specifications provided by EVGA.

    EVGA GTX 750 Ti FTW Specifications
    Graphics Processing Clusters 1
    Streaming Multiprocessors 5
    CUDA Cores 640
    Texture Units 40
    ROP Units 16
    Base Clock 1189 MHz
    Boost Clock 1268 MHz
    Memory Clock (Data rate) 5400 MHz
    L2 Cache Size 2048KB
    Total Video Memory 2048MB GDDR5
    Memory Interface 128-bit
    Total Memory Bandwidth 86. 4 GB/s
    Texture Filtering Rate (Bilinear) 40.8 GigaTexels/sec
    Fabrication Process 28 nm
    Transistor Count 1.87 Billion
    Connectors 1 x Dual-Link DVI
    1 x HDMI
    1 x DisplayPort 1.2
    Form Factor 2 Slots
    Power Connectors 1 x 6-Pin PCI-E
    Recommended Power Supply 400 Watts/20A +12V
    Thermal Design Power (TDP) 60 Watts
    Thermal Threshold 95° C

    A quick glance at GPU-Z confirms much of what we see above. History tells us that the actual boost clock usually comes in quite a bit higher than the official specification. This held true with this card too, and it actually boosted up to 1345 MHz when under load.

    For features, we first have a list of those that are more related to NVIDIA and commonly found on most of their newer GPUs.

    We already mentioned the GTX 750 Ti FTW is outfitted with the ACX cooler. I’ve tested EVGA cards in the past that used the ACX cooler and have always came away impressed with how well it works. On the software side, EVGA’s Precision X is quickly becoming the go-to utility for overclocking NVIDIA based GPUs. OC Scanner X is another useful tool for checking overclock stability and monitoring information.

    When you buy into the EVGA product line, you get one of the best online community experiences found anywhere. From EVGA’s game servers, social networking, 24/7 tech support to the EVGA forums, you’re always in the loop and can quickly find help when needed.

    I attended a web conference with NVIDIA on February 13th, so they could present information on the new Maxwell platform. I’d be remiss if I didn’t at least parlay some of that information here. It does in fact bring quite a few new features to the GPU world. The first item of note is the GTX 750 Ti and GTX 750 will be the first to use the new Maxwell GM107 GPU core. The GTX 750 Ti is aimed squarely at AMD’s R7 260X, while the GTX 750 stacks up against the R7 260. The GeForce GTX 750 Ti will replace the GeForce GTX 650 Ti in NVIDIA’s GPU lineup, but the GTX 650 and GTX 660 will continue to be produced.

    Buying into the NVIDIA GTX family of graphics cards allows the user to take advantage of several GTX Gaming technologies. ShadowPlay, G-Sync, and SHIELD are just a few of the unique NVIDIA technologies that promise enhanced gaming options not found elsewhere. Whether your intent is to stream game play, obtain smooth and stutter free visuals, or even make a video of your game session, you’ll find all the tools you need to accomplish this within the NVIDIA ecosystem.

    As NVIDIA put it during the web conference, “The soul of Maxwell is improving performance per watt.” The Maxwell architecture brings a new design to the Streaming Multiprocessor (SM) that improves performance per watt and performance per area. Logic partitioning, workload balancing, clock-gating granularity, number of instructions issued per clock cycle, and compiler-based scheduling are just a few of the many improvements over the Kepler architecture. The number of SMs has increased to five compared to Kepler’s two and done so with only a 25% increase in die area. The L2 cache sees a huge increase from Kepler’s 256 KB to Maxwell’s 2048 KB. With more L2 cache on chip, there is a large drop in requests to the DRAM, which reduces power demand and improves overall performance. To further maximize energy efficiency, NVIDIA states the engineers have aggressively tuned the implementation of each unit in the Maxwell GPU down to the transistor level. In a nutshell, this all boils down to NVIDIA’s claim that Maxwell based GM107 GPUs can deliver two times better performance per watt when compared to a Kepler based GK107 GPU, while continuing to use the same 28nm manufacturing process.

    One GPC, five Maxwell Streaming Multiprocessors (SMM), and two 64-bit memory controllers (128-bit total) make up the contents of the GM107 GPU. This is the uncut implementation of the GM107 and is what’s found on the GTX 750 Ti. Below is the full chip block diagram showing the GPU configuration.

    Some of you may be interested in the block diagram of the SMM itself, so here that is.

    For a down and dirty comparison, here is a chart summarizing the major improvements the Maxwell GPU provides over the Kepler GPU. Keep in mind, a few of these numbers vary depending on NVIDIA partner card designs, especially when it comes to clock speeds.

    GPU GK107 (Kepler) GM107 (Maxwell)
    CUDA Cores 384 640
    Base Clock 1058 MHz 1020 MHz
    GPU Boost Clock N/A 1085 MHz
    GFLOPs 812. 5 1305.6
    Texture Units 32 40
    Texel fill-rate 33.9 Gigatexels/sec 40.8 Gigatexels/sec
    Memory Clock 5000 MHz 5400 MHz
    Memory Bandwidth 80 GB/sec 86.4 GB/sec
    ROPs 16 16
    L2 Cache Size 256KB 2048KB
    TDP 64W 60W
    Transistors 1.3 Billion 1.87 Billion
    Die Size 118 mm² 148 mm²
    Manufacturing Process 28nm 28nm

    I wanted to touch on two other aspects I found appealing about the Maxwell based GTX 750 Ti GPU. The first being how it stacks up against the R7 260X in performance and efficiency. Based on the graphs below, NVIDIA claims the GTX 750 Ti outperforms the R7 260X with just a fraction of the power.

    Secondly, the extremely low power draw makes it an attractive option for HTPC, mITX, or basic store-bought systems that may have smaller wattage PSUs. If you buy a reference design GTX 750 Ti, there won’t be a 6-pin power connector needed, which adds a wider variety of potential usage options. Currently, the GTX 750 Ti is the fastest available graphics card that does not have a power connector. As is the case with today’s review sample, you’ll probably find that NVIDIA partners will add a 6-pin power connector to some of their Maxwell models. The other item that makes the GTX 750 Ti an easy upgrade for a wide variety of systems is the card’s physical size. In its reference form, the card only measures 5.75″ long. Even the EVGA GTX 750 Ti FTW only measures out at a smidgen over 9″ long. Either way, the card will fit into almost any system design out there.

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    As you can see, the new Maxwell GPU brings a lot of new technologies to the table, and it should make for interesting times ahead!

    …Now, back to our regularly scheduled program.

    Packaging and First Look

    The information on the box does a nice job of explaining the product found within. Looking at the box front, you see a few high-level features mentioned, as well as that the card is in the “FTW” family. Around back, the features and specifications we talked about above are displayed. The box sides are a placard for additional branding and a multilingual list of key features.

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    Inside the box, you will find the GTX 750 Ti FTW well protected in a bubble wrap envelope. Also included are lots of documentation, a DVI to VGA adapter, a PCI-E adapter cable, and the driver/utility CD. EVGA also tosses in a poster, case badge, and a couple different stickers.

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    First Look/Photo Op

    Here are a few pictures of the EVGA GTX 750 Ti FTW taken from different angles. We’ll have a closeup look at the card as the review progresses.

    EVGA GTX 750 Ti FTW

    EVGA GTX 750 Ti FTW

    EVGA GTX 750 Ti FTW

    EVGA GTX 750 Ti FTW

    The EVGA GTX 750 Ti FTW Up Close

    The first thing worth noting is the lack of SLI support on the GTX 750 Ti series of cards. It’s understandable that SLI wouldn’t be a feature of this card, as it’s probably not in the class of cards most would consider for that type of setup anyway. The card supports up to three concurrent displays through the available dual-link DVI, HDMI, and DisplayPort connections. As we mentioned earlier, EVGA opted to include a 6-pin PCI-E power connector. Adding this power connector is said to provide a 25 watt boost (30% increase) in power delivery, which should improve overclocking potential.

    Display Connectivity

    6-Pin PCI-E Power Connector

    The ACX cooler features a dual fan design that sits on the aluminum fin stack. There are two large copper heatpipes that pass through the cooling block as they weave their way through the fin stack. This isn’t the most robust implementation of the ACX cooler I’ve seen; but given the smaller size of the card and the low power draw the Maxwell GPU has, it should work just fine. We’ll find out later in the review.

    ACX Cooler and Shroud Removed

    Heatpipe Design

    With the ACX cooler removed, we can get a clear view of the PCB layout. It appears we have a 3+1 power phase design implemented here (3 GPU + 1 Memory).

    Bare PCB

    GPU Power Phases

    Memory Power Phase

    The 2 GB of onboard memory is courtesy of the Samsung K4G41325FC-HC03 GDDR5 memory ICs. Finally, we have a close-up look at the Maxwell GM107 GPU.

    Samsung Memory

    Maxwell GM107 GPU Core

    EVGA’s Precision X Software

    Precision X has evolved into one of the better GPU overclocking utilities over the past couple of years. It allows for real time monitoring of vital GPU information, overclocking capabilities, and the ability to control the ACX cooler fans. The fan control option allows for setting the speed manually or by using the fan curve option. In the case of this particular video card, there is no power target adjustment available. However, we do have the option to raise the temperature target as high as 95° C. There is a slight core voltage adjustment available as well, but it’s a mere +31 mV. Another item of note is the ability to save up to ten different profiles.

    Precision X

    Precision X Voltage Option

    To compliment Precision X, you might want to get a copy of OC Scanner X too. It’s a quick way to test GPU overclocking stability and check for any artifacting issues. It even comes with its own monitoring capabilities.

    OC Scanner X

    Overclocking For Stability

    It was mentioned by NVIDIA that the GTX 750 Ti would overclock to 1250 base clock without much trouble; and that’s exactly where it landed, while still being able to complete all of the tests in our suite. That might not sound like a lot compared to the 1189 MHz clock the card is factory overclocked to; but when compared to the reference clock of 1020 MHz, it’s actually pretty impressive. The actual boost clock landed at 1407 MHz when the GPU was overclocked to 1250 MHz. On the memory side, I was able to push it to an additional 200 MHz, which landed us at 1550 MHz (6200 MHz quad pumped). Nothing to complain about there either!

    1250 MHz GPU/1550 MHz Memory Stable

    1250 MHz GPU/1550 MHz Memory Stable

    Ok, now that we have our 24/7 stable overclock established, let’s get to the benchmarks!

    Benchmarks

    Test System
    System Components
    Motherboard ASUS Maximus VI Formula
    CPU Intel i7 4770K Haswell
    Memory G. SKill TridentX DD3-2666 MHz 2x4GB
    SSD Samsung EVO 500 GB SSD
    Power Supply Corsair HX1050 Professional Series
    Video Card EVGA GTX 750 Ti w/ACX Cooler
    Cooling Swiftech Apogee HD CPU Water Block – 360 mm Radiator – MCP35X Pump

    We’ll adhere to the Overclockers.com GPU test procedure we have been using since the release of the Haswell platform. If you’re not familiar with our testing method, click on the link provided for more information. For quick reference, below is a synopsis of what we do.

    Minimum System Requirements

    • i7 4770K @ 4 GHz
    • Dual Channel DDR3-1866 9-9-9-24
    • GPU @ stock and overclocked
    • Monitor capable of 1920×1080

    Synthetic Tests

    • 3DMark Vantage – DirectX 10 benchmark running at 1280X1024 – Performance preset.
    • 3DMark 11 – DirectX 11 benchmark running at 1280X720 – Performance preset.
    • 3DMark Fire Strike – DirectX 11 benchmark running 1920X1080 – Standard test (not extreme).
    • Unigine Heaven (HWBot version) – DX11 Benchmark – Extreme setting.

    Game Tests

    • Batman: Arkham Origins – 1920X1080, 8x MSAA, PhysX off, V-Sync off, The rest set to on or DX11 enhanced.
    • Battlefield 4 – 1920X1080, Ultra Preset, V-Sync off.
    • Bioshock Infinite – 1920X1080, Ultra DX11 preset, DOF on.
    • Crysis 3 – 1920X1080, Very high settings, 16x AF, 8x MSAA, V-Sync off.
    • Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn – 1920X1080, Maximum preset.
    • Grid 2 – 1920X1080, 8x MSAA, Intel specific options off, Everything else set to highest available option.
    • Metro Last Light – 1920X1080, DX11 preset, SSAA on, Tessellation very high, PhysX off.

    For the sake of comparison, I’ve chosen four different new generation AMD cards. Because NVIDIA claims better performance than the R7 260 series cards, we’ll use the R7 260X and R7 260 in the comparison graphs. Taking a step up in price and performance, I also used the R9 270 and R9 270X for comparison. How close can the mid-range level GTX 750 Ti FTW come to the higher priced R9 270 series cards? Let’s find out.

    Our synthetic tests show a pecking order that actually held true throughout our entire test suite. The EVGA GTX 750 Ti FTW had no trouble topping the R7 260 and R7 260X in all the tests. Once it was overclocked, it closed the gap substantially when compared to the R9 270 and R9 270X.

    HWBot Heaven Results

    3DMark Fire Strike Results

    3DMark 11 Results

    3DMark Vantage Results

    The game benchmarks show the same pattern with the EVGA GTX 750 Ti FTW topping the R7 260 series cards handily. Of note here are the Bioshock Infinite results, where the EVGA GTX 750 Ti FTW actually topped the R9 270 at stock speed. Then, when overclocked, it topped the R9 270X just for good measure! The Battlefield 4 and Crysis 3 results also show this card holding very close to the R9 270 series cards.

    Batman: Arkham Origin Results

    Battlefield 4 Results

    Bioshock Infinite Results

    Crysis 3 Results

    FFXIV: ARR Results

    Grid 2 Results

    Metro: Last Light Results

    If you were paying attention, you will have noticed that every game surpassed the 30 FPS threshold we call “playable”, except for Crysis 3 and Metro: Last Light. That’s some pretty impressive stuff for a card in this class. In the end, a pretty sweet showing here for the EVGA GTX 750 Ti FTW!

    Power Consumption and Temperatures

    With the aid of a Kill-A-Watt meter, I used HWBot Heaven and the Combined Test within 3DMark 11 to get the maximum power draw from the video card. I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again, I’m amazed when I see how little power these modern PCs use. Even with the EVGA GTX 750 Ti FTW overclocked and under load, the total system draw still remained under 200 watts. When idle, the entire system used no more wattage than your standard 100 watt light bulb. Yea, amazing!

    Power Consumption

    Equally impressive are the temperatures this card runs at. With temperature readings normalized to 25° C ambient, the card never even sniffed the threshold temperatures. While it’s true we didn’t have a lot of voltage manipulation at our disposal, it’s easy to see that the thermal improvements Maxwell GPUs bring forward do indeed work quite well. With temperature readings like these, there is no reason to take the fan off of auto control… even if overclocked. The ACX cooler performs quite admirably to say the least.

    Temperature Readings

    Pushing the Limits

    I wasn’t able to get a whole lot more out of the card before stability issues arose, but I did manage a 3DMark Fire Strike run with an additional 15 MHz added to the GPU and 25 MHz added to the memory speed. This gave us just short of another 100 points added to our previous overclocked score.

    Conclusion

    I must admit, I was thoroughly impressed with the EVGA GTX 750 Ti FTW from the moment I started working with it. From impressive overclocking to the great performing ACX cooler, everything worked terrific right out of the box. The improvements the Maxwell GPU bring are impressive, especially on the performance per watt front. EVGA has done a great job with their first implementation of a Maxwell based graphics card. The card is aesthetically pleasing and will fit into just about any PC application I can think of, which allows a good gaming experience to be brought to systems that couldn’t before handle the power demands.

    Pricing on Maxwell based GPUs will run anywhere from $119 up to $169, depending on how much of a premium is put on partner card’s factory overclocks and proprietary coolers. Here is the breakdown of suggested reference design pricing NVIDIA passed along to us.

    • GTX 750 Reference – $119
    • GTX 750 Ti 1 GB Reference – $139
    • GTX 750 Ti 2 GB Reference – $149

    As for the EVGA GTX 750 Ti FTW, it will be available for $169 MSRP. That means a $20 premium for the factory overclock and the ACX cooler, which is a bargain in my opinion. The Maxwell based GPUs should be available at e-tailers on launch day. While the price is slightly higher then the competing R7 260X, the performance gains easily make up the difference. To that end, I think the pricing lands right where it should.

    The highest sales volume for video cards is the sub $200 market, and EVGA certainly has a very attractive offering in that category with the release of the GTX 750 Ti FTW. Price, performance, overclocking potential, and the latest Maxwell technologies… it’s all there! It’s a no brainer this time around – Overclockers Approved.

    Click the stamp for an explanation of what this means.

    Dino DeCesari (Lvcoyote)

    GTX 750 Ti power consumption

    The Power Consumption of a 6-card Mining Rig using GeForce GTX 750 Ti GPUs


    10, Mar 2014

    We have already published some interesting findings about the power usage of the new GeForce GTX 750 Ti graphics cards when used for crypto mining and recently we have built a 6-card GTX 750 Ti mining rig. We have taken some time to also measure the power usage of the individual cards as well as the total power usage of the whole system in order to give you some additional details about what you can expect in terms of power consumption from such a mining rig. We have used Gigabyte GeForce GTX 750 Ti video cards (N75TOC-2GI) that do have an external onboard PCI-E power connector and we started by measuring the total power that goes to a single video card both trough the PCI-E slot as well as through the external PCI-E power connector with the help of a watt meter that is attached directly to the power lines going to the video card (using a powered extender).

    As you can see on the photo the total power used by the video card is about 31W (with the card running at +135 MHz for the GPU and + 610 MHz for the video memory). Note that this power measurement is on the 12V line from the PSU going to the video card, so it does not take into account the power efficiency of the power supply and as a result the total power used by the video card from the mains will be higher by something like 15-20% (depending on the PSU). Note that we have used a powered PCI-E extender with USB 3.0 cable for the data lanes. This extender takes all the power provided to the PCI-E slot of the video card through a 4-pin molex connector and supplies both the 12V and the 3.3V power that the card uses drawing only power from the 12V line (there is a voltage regulator to output 3.3V from the 12V input on the extender’s board). So what the wat tmeter shows is the total power going from the PSU to the video card and in the case of the Gigabyte GTX 750 Ti it was 31W. Again the total power usage from the mains will be higher as this measurement does not take into account the power efficiency when converting 220V/110V to 12V.

    So what is the situation with the total power usage per GTX 750 Ti video card from the mains? The easiest way to check that is to measure using a watt meter connected between a power socket and the power supply of the computer the total power consumption of the system with 6 cards and then disconnect one card and to measure again. The difference we got using this method was about 79W, though this is not for the video card only as it also affects a bit the overall power consumption of the whole system. Also note that the measured 374 Watt for the 5-card and 453 Watts with the 6-card setup are with the video cards overclocked to +135 MHz/+610 MHz. The results we’ve got with the cards running at the stock frequency were 367W with 5-cards and 432W with 6 cards or a 65W difference per card (total power used from the mains). This difference of 14 watts between stock and overclocked frequencies brings roughly about 40 KHS more in terms of hashrate for Scrypt mining (per card). Have in mind that our power supply used had an efficiency rating of about 80-85%, so this means that 15-20% of the total power used at the mains is actually wasted in the conversion between 220V/110V and 12V.

    Another interesting thing that we have noticed while testing the power usage and overclocking capabilities of the 6-card GeForce GTX 750 Ti mining rig was the total power consumption that we got for the system with the power target limit changed from the standard setting of 38. 5W to the 65.5W. The watt meter showed an increase of power from the 453W with the 38.5W power target limit to 556W with the 65.5W power limit – about 100W increase with the same operating frequencies with a slight increase in performance of about 90 KHS total from the 6 cards or roughly a bit over 1W per KHS and in our opinion this is not worth the extra increase in power usage, so raising the power limit may not always be a good idea!

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    A Bit More on the Actual Power Usage of GeForce GTX 750 Ti


    28, Feb 2014

    The GeForce GTX 750 Ti series of graphics cards based no the new Nvidia Maxwell architecture have really captured the attention of crypto currency miners due to their good performance (hashrate) per watt. Nvidia is advertising these cards to have 60W TDP, however we have discovered that the actual TDP limit for the power target set in the video BIOS of these cards is 38.5W…

    This made us dig into the matter a bit more in order to see how much power actually does a GeForce GTX 750 Ti draw from the motherboard (a reference GT 750 with no external PCI-E power connector). So we’ve attached a watt meter to the power line of an external PCI-E extender to see how much power is drawn by the GT 750 Ti card. The results we got were quite surprising, even though we knew that the default power consumption should fit in the 38.5W limit for the power target set in the BIOS. With the stock frequencies for the GPU and the video memory the GeForce GTX 750 Ti has shown to draw just about 28W ot power producing about 250 KHS hashrate for Scrypt mining. After getting the card overclocked to +135 MHz for the GPU and +650 MHz for the video memory the power consumption has risen a bit to about 34W average with a hashrate of about 300 KHS for Scrypt crypto mining.

    So if you were calculating the power usage of GTX 750 Ti as 60W in order to see the ratio of hashrate per Watt of power, then you should rethink how you calculate it now. Note that this is the actual power that goes from the PSU to the video card, the real power consumption with a 80 Plus certified power supply that provides 90% efficiency for example would rise with 10% to about 30W (stock) and 37W (overclocked) respectively as the actual power drawn by the card from the wall socket.

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    GeForce GTX 750 Ti [in 12 benchmarks]


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    GeForce GTX 750 Ti

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    • Interface PCIe 3. 0 x16
    • Core clock speed 1020
    • Max video memory 2048 MB
    • Memory type GDDR5
    • Memory clock speed 5.4 Gbps
    • Maximum resolution

    Summary

    NVIDIA started GeForce GTX 750 Ti sales 18 February 2014 at a recommended price of $149. This is Maxwell architecture desktop card based on 28 nm manufacturing process and primarily aimed at gamers. 2 GB of GDDR5 memory clocked at 5.4 GB/s are supplied, and together with 128 Bit memory interface this creates a bandwidth of 86.4 GB/s.

    Compatibility-wise, this is double-slot card attached via PCIe 3.0 x16 interface. Its manufacturer default version has a length of 5.7″ (14.5 cm). No additional power connector is required, and power consumption is at 60 Watt.

    It provides poor gaming and benchmark performance at


    13.29%

    of a leader’s which is NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3090 Ti.


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    750 Ti

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    GeForce RTX
    3090 Ti

    General info


    Of GeForce GTX 750 Ti’s architecture, market segment and release date.

    Place in performance rating 326
    Place by popularity 5
    Value for money 2.50
    Architecture Maxwell (2014−2018)
    GPU code name GM107
    Market segment Desktop
    Release date 18 February 2014 (8 years ago)
    Launch price (MSRP) $149
    Current price $365 (2. 4x MSRP) of 49999 (A100 SXM4)

    Value for money

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    Technical specs


    GeForce GTX 750 Ti’s general performance parameters such as number of shaders, GPU base clock, manufacturing process, texturing and calculation speed. These parameters indirectly speak of GeForce GTX 750 Ti’s performance, but for precise assessment you have to consider its benchmark and gaming test results.

    Pipelines / CUDA cores 640 of 18432 (AD102)
    CUDA cores 640
    Core clock speed 1020 MHz of 2610 (Radeon RX 6500 XT)
    Boost clock speed 1085 MHz of 2903 (Radeon Pro W6600)
    Number of transistors 1,870 million of 14400 (GeForce GTX 1080 SLI Mobile)
    Manufacturing process technology 28 nm of 4 (h200 PCIe)
    Thermal design power (TDP) 60 Watt of 900 (Tesla S2050)
    Texture fill rate 43. 40 of 939.8 (h200 SXM5)
    Floating-point performance 1,389 gflops of 16384 (Radeon Pro Duo)

    Compatibility, dimensions and requirements


    Information on GeForce GTX 750 Ti’s compatibility with other computer components. Useful when choosing a future computer configuration or upgrading an existing one. For desktop video cards it’s interface and bus (motherboard compatibility), additional power connectors (power supply compatibility).

    Bus support PCI Express 3.0
    Interface PCIe 3.0 x16
    Length 5.7″ (14.5 cm)
    Height 4.376″ (11.1 cm)
    Width 2-slot
    Supplementary power connectors None

    Memory


    Parameters of memory installed on GeForce GTX 750 Ti: its type, size, bus, clock and resulting bandwidth. Note that GPUs integrated into processors don’t have dedicated memory and use a shared part of system RAM.

    Memory type GDDR5
    Maximum RAM amount 2 GB of 128 (Radeon Instinct MI250X)
    Memory bus width 128 Bit of 8192 (Radeon Instinct MI250X)
    Memory clock speed 5.4 GB/s of 21000 (GeForce RTX 3090 Ti)
    Memory bandwidth 86.4 GB/s of 14400 (Radeon R7 M260)
    Shared memory

    Video outputs and ports


    Types and number of video connectors present on GeForce GTX 750 Ti. As a rule, this section is relevant only for desktop reference video cards, since for notebook ones the availability of certain video outputs depends on the laptop model.

    Display Connectors One Dual Link DVI-I, One Dual Link DVI-D, One mini-HDMI
    Multi monitor support 4 displays
    HDMI +
    HDCP +
    Maximum VGA resolution 2048×1536
    Audio input for HDMI Internal

    Technologies


    Technological solutions and APIs supported by GeForce GTX 750 Ti. You’ll probably need this information if you need some particular technology for your purposes.

    Blu Ray 3D +
    3D Gaming +
    3D Vision +
    3D Vision Live +

    API support


    APIs supported by GeForce GTX 750 Ti, sometimes including their particular versions.

    DirectX 12 (11_0)
    Shader Model 5.1
    OpenGL 4.6
    OpenCL 1.2
    Vulkan 1.1.126
    CUDA +

    Benchmark performance


    Non-gaming benchmark performance of GeForce GTX 750 Ti. Note that overall benchmark performance is measured in points in 0-100 range.


    Overall score

    This is our combined benchmark performance rating. We are regularly improving our combining algorithms, but if you find some perceived inconsistencies, feel free to speak up in comments section, we usually fix problems quickly.


    GTX 750 Ti
    13.29

    • Passmark
    • 3DMark 11 Performance GPU
    • 3DMark Vantage Performance
    • 3DMark Cloud Gate GPU
    • 3DMark Fire Strike Score
    • 3DMark Fire Strike Graphics
    • GeekBench 5 OpenCL
    • GeekBench 5 Vulkan
    • GeekBench 5 CUDA
    • Unigine Heaven 3.0
    • Octane Render OctaneBench
    • Unigine Heaven 4.0
    Passmark

    This is probably the most ubiquitous benchmark, part of Passmark PerformanceTest suite. It gives the graphics card a thorough evaluation under various load, providing four separate benchmarks for Direct3D versions 9, 10, 11 and 12 (the last being done in 4K resolution if possible), and few more tests engaging DirectCompute capabilities.

    Benchmark coverage: 26%


    GTX 750 Ti
    3910

    3DMark 11 Performance GPU

    3DMark 11 is an obsolete DirectX 11 benchmark by Futuremark. It used four tests based on two scenes, one being few submarines exploring the submerged wreck of a sunken ship, the other is an abandoned temple deep in the jungle. All the tests are heavy with volumetric lighting and tessellation, and despite being done in 1280×720 resolution, are relatively taxing. Discontinued in January 2020, 3DMark 11 is now superseded by Time Spy.

    Benchmark coverage: 17%


    GTX 750 Ti
    5378

    3DMark Vantage Performance

    3DMark Vantage is an outdated DirectX 10 benchmark using 1280×1024 screen resolution. It taxes the graphics card with two scenes, one depicting a girl escaping some militarized base located within a sea cave, the other displaying a space fleet attack on a defenseless planet. It was discontinued in April 2017, and Time Spy benchmark is now recommended to be used instead.

    Benchmark coverage: 17%


    GTX 750 Ti
    21608

    3DMark Cloud Gate GPU

    Cloud Gate is an outdated DirectX 11 feature level 10 benchmark that was used for home PCs and basic notebooks. It displays a few scenes of some weird space teleportation device launching spaceships into unknown, using fixed resolution of 1280×720. Just like Ice Storm benchmark, it has been discontinued in January 2020 and replaced by 3DMark Night Raid.

    Benchmark coverage: 14%


    GTX 750 Ti
    31349

    3DMark Fire Strike Score

    Benchmark coverage: 14%


    GTX 750 Ti
    4022

    3DMark Fire Strike Graphics

    Fire Strike is a DirectX 11 benchmark for gaming PCs. It features two separate tests displaying a fight between a humanoid and a fiery creature seemingly made of lava. Using 1920×1080 resolution, Fire Strike shows off some realistic enough graphics and is quite taxing on hardware.

    Benchmark coverage: 14%


    GTX 750 Ti
    4294

    GeekBench 5 OpenCL

    Geekbench 5 is a widespread graphics card benchmark combined from 11 different test scenarios. All these scenarios rely on direct usage of GPU’s processing power, no 3D rendering is involved. This variation uses OpenCL API by Khronos Group.

    Benchmark coverage: 9%


    GTX 750 Ti
    12753

    GeekBench 5 Vulkan

    Geekbench 5 is a widespread graphics card benchmark combined from 11 different test scenarios. All these scenarios rely on direct usage of GPU’s processing power, no 3D rendering is involved. This variation uses Vulkan API by AMD & Khronos Group.

    Benchmark coverage: 5%


    GTX 750 Ti
    11979

    GeekBench 5 CUDA

    Geekbench 5 is a widespread graphics card benchmark combined from 11 different test scenarios. All these scenarios rely on direct usage of GPU’s processing power, no 3D rendering is involved. This variation uses CUDA API by NVIDIA.

    Benchmark coverage: 5%


    GTX 750 Ti
    12499

    Unigine Heaven 3.0

    This is an old DirectX 11 benchmark using Unigine, a 3D game engine by eponymous Russian company. It displays a fantasy medieval town sprawling over several flying islands. Version 3.0 was released in 2012, and in 2013 it was superseded by Heaven 4.0, which introduced several slight improvements, including a newer version of Unigine.

    Benchmark coverage: 5%


    GTX 750 Ti
    54

    Octane Render OctaneBench

    This is a special benchmark measuring graphics card performance in OctaneRender, which is a realistic GPU rendering engine by OTOY Inc. , available either as a standalone program, or as a plugin for 3DS Max, Cinema 4D and many other apps. It renders four different static scenes, then compares render times with a reference GPU which is currently GeForce GTX 980. This benchmark has nothing to do with gaming and is aimed at professional 3D graphics artists.

    Benchmark coverage: 4%


    GTX 750 Ti
    35

    Unigine Heaven 4.0

    This is an old DirectX 11 benchmark, a newer version of Unigine 3.0 with relatively small differences. It displays a fantasy medieval town sprawling over several flying islands. The benchmark is still sometimes used, despite its significant age, as it was released back in 2013.

    Benchmark coverage: 1%


    GTX 750 Ti
    541


    Mining hashrates


    Cryptocurrency mining performance of GeForce GTX 750 Ti. Usually measured in megahashes per second.






    Bitcoin / BTC (SHA256) 183 Mh/s  
    Decred / DCR (Decred) 0. 51 Gh/s  
    Ethereum / ETH (DaggerHashimoto) 2.3 Mh/s  
    Monero / XMR (CryptoNight) 0.25 kh/s  
    Zcash / ZEC (Equihash) 74.4 Sol/s  

    Game benchmarks


    Let’s see how good GeForce GTX 750 Ti is for gaming. Particular gaming benchmark results are measured in frames per second. Comparisons with game system requirements are included, but remember that sometimes official requirements may reflect reality inaccurately.

    Average FPS

    Here are the average frames per second in a large set of popular modern games across different resolutions:

    Full HD 51
    Popular games
    • Full HD
      Low Preset
    • Full HD
      Medium Preset
    • Full HD
      High Preset
    • Full HD
      Ultra Preset
    • 1440p
      High Preset
    • 1440p
      Ultra Preset
    • 4K
      High Preset
    • 4K
      Ultra Preset








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    Assassin’s Creed Valhalla 12−14


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    Far Cry New Dawn 12−14


    Forza Horizon 4 12−14


    Watch Dogs: Legion 12−14


    Relative perfomance


    Overall GeForce GTX 750 Ti performance compared to nearest competitors among desktop video cards.



    AMD Radeon RX 460
    105.34


    NVIDIA GeForce GTX 480
    105.12


    NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660
    102.26


    NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 Ti
    100


    NVIDIA GeForce GTX 570
    99.92


    AMD Radeon HD 7850
    97.89


    NVIDIA P106-100
    97.22

    AMD equivalent


    We believe that the nearest equivalent to GeForce GTX 750 Ti from AMD is Radeon HD 7850, which is slower by 2% and lower by 11 positions in our rating.


    Radeon HD
    7850


    Compare


    Here are some closest AMD rivals to GeForce GTX 750 Ti:


    AMD Radeon HD 7870 XT
    114. 37


    AMD Radeon R9 270
    110.16


    AMD Radeon RX 460
    105.34


    NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 Ti
    100


    AMD Radeon HD 7850
    97.89


    AMD Radeon RX 560
    92.17


    AMD Radeon RX 560X
    81.41

    Similar GPUs

    Here is our recommendation of several graphics cards that are more or less close in performance to the one reviewed.


    Radeon RX
    460


    Compare


    GeForce GTX
    660 Ti


    Compare


    GeForce GTX
    590


    Compare


    Radeon R7
    370


    Compare


    Radeon HD
    7870


    Compare


    GeForce GTX
    760


    Compare

    Recommended processors

    These processors are most commonly used with GeForce GTX 750 Ti according to our statistics.


    FX
    6300

    3.2%


    Core i5
    4460

    2.8%


    Core i5
    3470

    2.8%


    Core i3
    10100F

    2.1%


    Core i5
    2400

    1.8%


    Core i5
    1135G7

    1.6%


    FX
    4300

    1.5%


    Core i3
    1115G4

    1. 4%


    Core i3
    6100

    1.3%


    Core i3
    3220

    1.2%

    User rating


    Here you can see the user rating of the graphics card, as well as rate it yourself.


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    When choosing a new graphics card, one of the key points to pay attention to is its power consumption. This is especially important if you are not yet ready to purchase a more powerful power supply for your computer system. To avoid disappointment, do not be too lazy to take this factor into account in advance. For convenience, we offer a table of energy consumption of the latest models of NVIDIA GeForce video cards, starting with the 400th series. The power consumption of the video card is indicated in the peak value at maximum load. Naturally, this value will not be constant, since all modern video cards have a power saving mode.

    The table also shows the minimum system power requirements recommended by the manufacturer (that is, the minimum power supply capacity). Please note that these are the minimum, not the recommended ones. This is especially true if you plan to «overclock» the system. In this case, do not forget about the necessary power reserve.

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    Video card model Power consumption, W Min. system power, W
    NVIDIA TITAN X (Pascal) 250 600
    GeForce GTX 1080 180 500
    GeForce GTX 1070 150 500
    GeForce GTX 1060 120 400
    GeForce GTX 1050 Ti 75 300
    GeForce GTX 1050 75 300
    GeForce GTX TITAN X 250 600
    GeForce GTX TITAN Black 250 600
    GeForce GTX TITAN 250 600
    GeForce GTX 980 Ti 250 600
    GeForce GTX 980 165 500
    GeForce GTX 970 145 500
    GeForce GTX 960 120 400
    GeForce GTX 950 90 350
    GeForce GTX 780 Ti 250 600
    GeForce GTX 780 250 600
    GeForce GTX 770 230 600
    GeForce GTX 760 170 500
    GeForce GTX 750 Ti 60 300
    GeForce GTX 750 55 300
    GeForce GTX 690 300 650
    GeForce GTX 680 195 550
    GeForce GTX 670 170 500
    GeForce GTX 660 Ti 150 450
    GeForce GTX 660 140 450
    GeForce GTX 650 Ti Boost 134 450
    GeForce GTX 650 Ti 110 400
    GeForce GTX 650 64 400
    GeForce GTX 645 130 450
    GeForce GT 640 (GDDR5) 49 300
    GeForce GT 640 (DDR3) 65 350
    GeForce GT 630 65 300
    GeForce GT 620 49 300
    GeForce GTX 590 365 700
    GeForce GTX 580 244 600
    GeForce GTX 570 219 550
    GeForce GTX 560 Ti 170 500
    GeForce GTX 560 150 450
    GeForce GTX 550 Ti 116 400
    GeForce GT 520 29 300
    GeForce GTX 480 250 600
    GeForce GTX 470 220 550
    GeForce GTX 465 200 550
    GeForce GTX 460 160 450
    GeForce GTS 450 106 400

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    Gainward GeForce GTX 750 Ti 2GB video card review and testing GECID.

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    Thanks to the introduction of the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 950 series graphics accelerators, the cost of previous generation graphics cards (NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 Ti) has been significantly reduced. This made them a pretty good deal, especially for those users looking to build an inexpensive PC to occasionally run games at Full HD or lower resolutions.

    The video card Gainward GeForce GTX 750 Ti 2GB presented in this material is primarily distinguished by its black and red design. Like most other models of the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 Ti series, it does not need an additional PCIe power connector. Let’s see what other benefits it can offer its owner.

    Specification:

    Model

    Gainward GeForce GTX 750 Ti 2GB (426018336-3088)

    Graphics core

    NVIDIA GM107-400 (Maxwell)

    Technical process, nm

    28

    Number of CUDA cores

    640

    Rated / dynamic frequency of the graphics core, MHz

    1085 / 1163

    Memory size, GB

    2

    Memory type

    GDDR5

    Base / effective memory frequency, MHz

    1375 (5500)

    Memory bus width, bit

    128

    Internal interface type

    PCI Express 3. 0 x16

    Image output interfaces

    1 x mini-HDMI

    1 x DVI-D

    1 x D-Sub

    Minimum power supply, W

    300

    Dimensions (measured in our test lab), mm

    161 x 112 (173 x 112)

    Drivers

    Latest drivers can be downloaded from the Gainward website or the GPU manufacturer’s website

    Manufacturer website

    Gainward

    Packing and contents

    The video card is delivered in a vertically printed cardboard box. Its design is dominated by black and green colors, and the front side contains the manufacturer’s logo, model name and a list of supported NVIDIA technologies.

    There is a more detailed description of these technologies on the back of the box. The following are the minimum system requirements that a user’s computer must meet for optimal performance with the Gainward GeForce GTX 750 Ti 2GB. In particular, the minimum power of the power supply should be 300 W, and the load capacity of the +12V line should not fall below 20 A.

    The delivery set of the graphics accelerator consists of a brief instruction and a disk with software and drivers. This set includes all the most necessary accessories to get started, which practically do not increase the final cost of the product.

    The interface panel contains the following set of connectors:

    • 1 x mini-HDMI;
    • 1 x DVI-D;
    • 1 x D-Sub.

    Connectors allow you to connect a digital (DVI-D) or analog (D-Sub) monitor without using additional adapters. If you need to use an HDMI connector, then you will have to purchase a mini-HDMI↔HDMI adapter yourself.

    The following resolutions are supported:

    • digital − up to 4096 x 2160;
    • analog — up to 2048 x 1536.

    Appearance and element base

    The Gainward GeForce GTX 750 Ti 2GB video card is based on a compact dark brown PCB. Its height is 112 mm.

    The graphics accelerator power subsystem includes three phases: two for the GPU and one for the video memory. In accordance with the proprietary concept of Superior Hardware Design, only high-quality components are used: solid capacitors, low-resistance field-effect transistors and ferrite core chokes.

    The reverse side of the PCB has several electrical components and cooling system mounting screws. One of them is protected by a special seal, so you need to remember that dismantling the cooling system will void the warranty. We also note that the video card is not equipped with additional power connectors, since its power consumption does not exceed 75 W, which can be provided by a PCI Express 3.0 x16 slot.

    The Gainward GeForce GTX 750 Ti 2GB is based on the NVIDIA GM107-400 (Maxwell) graphics chip, which is manufactured using a 28nm process technology. It consists of 5 active SMM units, 640 CUDA cores, 40 texture units and 16 rasterization units. The graphics core operates at a frequency of 1085 MHz in nominal mode and 1163 MHz when NVIDIA GPU Boost 2.0 technology is activated. This is higher than the reference values, which are 1020 and 1085 MHz, respectively.

    Video accelerator memory, total capacity of 2 GB, is assembled using 4 Samsung K4G41325FC-HC03 chips with a capacity of 4 Gbit each. They operate at an effective frequency of 5500 MHz (reference value — 5400 MHz), and communication with the GPU is carried out through a 128-bit bus with a bandwidth of 88 GB / s (reference value — 86.4 GB / s).

    Cooling system

    The video card is equipped with a dual-slot cooling system, and the overall dimensions of the graphics accelerator are 173 x 112 mm (according to measurements in our test lab). Its upper part consists of a plastic casing, on which an axial fan is fixed. The lower part is an aluminum radiator (89x 87 x 15. 5 mm), which is in direct contact with the GPU and removes excess heat.

    The blowing function is performed by a Power Logic PLA08015S12HH fan with a blade diameter of 75 mm, built on a sliding bearing. It operates at 12V and 0.35A.

    Now let’s examine the performance of the cooling system using the FurMark stress test. With automatic fan speed control and maximum load, the graphics chip heated up to 64°C. The fan was running quietly, creating a slight background noise. It rotated only 39% of its maximum speed, which corresponds to 1650 rpm.

    After that, we forcibly fixed the cooler rotation speed at the maximum (3300 rpm). In this state, the noise level rose above average, and it was no longer so comfortable for long-term work at the computer. The GPU temperature dropped to 54°C.

    At idle, the GPU temperature did not exceed 30°C, and the fan was quiet, spinning at only 30% of its maximum speed (1550 rpm).

    GeForce GTX 750 video card [in 6 benchmarks]

    NVIDIA
    GeForce GTX 750

    • PCIe 3. 0 x16 interface
    • Core clock 1020
    • Video memory size 1024 MB
    • Memory type GDDR5
    • Memory frequency 5.0 Gbps
    • Maximum resolution

    Description

    NVIDIA started GeForce GTX 750 sales on February 18, 2014 at a suggested price of 119$. This is a desktop graphics card based on Maxwell architecture and 28 nm manufacturing process, primarily aimed at gamers. It has 1 GB of GDDR5 memory at 5.0 Gb/s, and coupled with a 128-bit interface, this creates a bandwidth of 80 Gb/s.

    In terms of compatibility, this is a two-slot PCIe 3.0 x16 card. The length of the reference version is 14.5 cm. No additional power cable is required for connection, and the power consumption is 55 W.

    It provides poor performance in tests and games at the level of

    11.50%

    from the leader, which is the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3090 Ti.


    GeForce GTX
    750

    or


    GeForce RTX
    3090 Ti

    General information

    Price now 395 $ (3. 3x) of 49999 (A100 SXM4)

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    Features

    GeForce GTX 750’s general performance parameters such as number of shaders, GPU core clock, manufacturing process, texturing and calculation speed. They indirectly speak about GeForce GTX 750’s performance, but for precise assessment you have to consider its benchmark and gaming test results.

    Number of stream processors 512 of 18432 (AD102)
    Number of pipelines0023

    1.111 gflops of 16384 (Radeon Pro Duo)

    Compatibility and dimensions

    Information on GeForce GTX 750 compatibility with other computer components. Useful for example when choosing the configuration of a future computer or to upgrade an existing one. For desktop video cards, these are the interface and connection bus (compatibility with the motherboard), the physical dimensions of the video card (compatibility with the motherboard and case), additional power connectors (compatibility with the power supply). no

    RAM

    Parameters of memory installed on GeForce GTX 750 — type, size, bus, frequency and bandwidth. For video cards built into the processor that do not have their own memory, a shared part of the RAM is used.

    Memory type GDDR5
    Maximum memory

    Video outputs

    Types and number of video connectors present on GeForce GTX 750. As a rule, this section is relevant only for desktop reference video cards, since for laptop ones the availability of certain video outputs depends on the laptop model.

    Video connectors 1x Dual Link DVI-I, 1x Dual Link DVI-D, 1x mini-HDMI0003

    Blu Ray 3D +
    3D Gaming +
    3D Vision +
    3D Vision Live +

    API support

    APIs supported by GeForce GTX 750, including their versions.

    CUDA +

    Benchmark tests

    These are the results of GeForce GTX 750 rendering performance tests in non-gaming benchmarks. The overall score is set from 0 to 100, where 100 corresponds to the fastest video card at the moment.


    Overall benchmark performance

    This is our overall performance rating. We regularly improve our algorithms, but if you find any inconsistencies, feel free to speak up in the comments section, we usually fix problems quickly.

    GTX 750
    11.50

    • Passmark
    • 3DMark Fire Strike Graphics
    • GeekBench 5 OpenCL
    • GeekBench 5 Vulcan
    • GeekBench 5 CUDA
    • Octane Render OctaneBench
    Passmark

    This is a very common benchmark included in the Passmark PerformanceTest package. He gives the graphics card a thorough evaluation by running four separate tests for Direct3D versions 9, 10, 11 and 12 (the latter is done in 4K resolution if possible), and a few more tests using DirectCompute.

    Benchmark coverage: 26%

    GTX 750
    3383

    3DMark Fire Strike Graphics

    Fire Strike is a DirectX 11 benchmark for gaming PCs. It features two separate tests showing a fight between a humanoid and a fiery creature that appears to be made of lava. Using a resolution of 1920×1080, Fire Strike demonstrates fairly realistic graphics and is quite demanding on hardware.

    Benchmark coverage: 14%

    GTX 750
    3970

    GeekBench 5 OpenCL

    Geekbench 5 is a widely used benchmark for video cards that combines 11 different test scenarios. All of these scenarios are based on the direct use of the processing power of the GPU, without the use of 3D rendering. This option uses the Khronos Group’s OpenCL API.

    Benchmark coverage: 9%

    GTX 750
    10354

    GeekBench 5 Vulkan

    Geekbench 5 is a widely used benchmark for graphics cards that combines 11 different test scenarios. All of these scenarios are based on the direct use of the processing power of the GPU, without the use of 3D rendering. This option uses the Vulkan API from AMD and the Khronos Group.

    Benchmark coverage: 5%

    GTX 750
    9619

    GeekBench 5 CUDA

    Geekbench 5 is a widely used benchmark for graphics cards that combines 11 different test scenarios. All of these scenarios are based on the direct use of the processing power of the GPU, without the use of 3D rendering. This option uses NVIDIA’s CUDA API.

    Benchmark coverage: 5%

    GTX 750
    10448

    Octane Render OctaneBench

    This is a dedicated benchmark for measuring graphics card performance in OctaneRender, which is a realistic GPU rendering engine created by OTOY Inc., available either as a standalone program or as a plug-in for 3DS Max, Cinema 4D and many other applications. It renders four different static scenes and then compares the render times to the reference card, which is the GeForce GTX 9 at the moment.80. This benchmark does not measure gaming performance and is intended for professional 3D artists.

    Benchmark coverage: 4%

    GTX 750
    28


    Mining hashrates

    GeForce GTX 750 performance in cryptocurrency mining. Usually the result is measured in mhash / s — the number of millions of solutions generated by the video card in one second.

    Bitcoin / BTC (SHA256) 143 Mh/s

    Game tests

    FPS in popular games on the GeForce GTX 750, as well as compliance with system requirements. Remember that the official requirements of the developers do not always match the data of real tests.

    Average FPS
    Popular games

    Relative performance

    Overall GeForce GTX 750 performance compared to its nearest desktop counterparts.


    NVIDIA T400
    108.26

    NVIDIA T400 4GB
    106.96

    AMD Radeon RX 560
    106.52

    NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750
    100

    NVIDIA GeForce GTX 590
    98.7

    NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650 Ti Boost
    97.83

    AMD Radeon RX 560X
    94.09

    Competitor from AMD

    We believe that the nearest equivalent to GeForce GTX 750 from AMD is Radeon RX 560X, which is slower by 6% on average and lower by 13 positions in our rating.


    Radeon RX
    560X

    Compare

    Here are a few closest competitors to the GeForce GTX 750 from AMD:

    AMD Radeon RX 460
    121.74

    AMD Radeon HD 7850
    113.13

    AMD Radeon RX 560
    106.52

    NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750
    100

    AMD Radeon RX 560X
    94.09

    AMD Radeon R7 260X
    92.78

    AMD Radeon HD 7790
    91.39

    Other video cards

    Here we recommend several video cards that are more or less similar in performance to the reviewed one.


    GeForce GTX
    650 Ti Boost

    Compare


    Radeon R7
    260X

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    Radeon HD
    7790

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    Radeon R7
    360

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    NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 Ti

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    Name: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 Ti
    Series: GeForce 700
    GPU architecture: Maxwell
    GPU model: GM107-400
    CUDA cores: 640
    Base clock (Boost): 1020 MHz (1085 MHz)
    Memory speed: 5.4
    Gbps
    Memory: 2
    Gb GDDR5 (128-bit)

    The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 Ti graphics card is based on a 28 nm process technology and based on the GM107-400 GPU.
    The card supports Directx 12 (API). NVIDIA placed 2048 megabytes of GDDR5 RAM, which is connected using a 128-bit interface.
    The graphics processor operates at 1020 MHz, which can be increased to 1085 MHz. The number of CUDA cores is 640, with a speed of 5400 Mbps and a throughput of 86.4 Gbps.

    The power consumption of the video card is 60W, and the recommended power supply is 300W.

    NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 Ti supports Microsoft DirectX 12 (API) and OpenGL 4.5.

    NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 Ti

    Specifications

    GPU specifications:
    Model: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 Ti
    Series: GeForce 700
    GPU model: GM107-400
    Architecture: Maxwell
    Process: 28nm
    CUDA cores: 640
    TMUs: 40
    Base clock: 1020MHz
    Boost clock frequency (Boost): 1085 MHz
    (+65 MHz)
    Memory specifications:
    Memory capacity: 2
    Gb
    Memory type: GDDR5
    Memory bus: 128-bit
    Memory speed: 5400 Mbps
    (5. 4
    Gbps)
    Capacity: 86.4 Gbps
    Display support:
    Maximum digital resolution: 4096×2160
    Maximum VGA resolution: 2048×1536
    Standard connectors: Dual Link DVI-D, HDMI, VGA
    Multi-monitor support: Dual Link DVI-I, Dual Link DVI-D, mini-HDMI
    HDCP: Yes
    HDMI: Yes
    Audio input for HDMI: Internal
    Thermal data:
    Maximum GPU temperature: 95℃
    Energy Consumption (TDP): 60 W
    Recommended Nutritional Requirements: 300 W
    Additional power connectors: No
    Graphics card dimensions:
    Height: 10. 9 cm
    Length: 14.4 cm
    Width: 2 slots
    Technologies and capabilities:
    CUDA: Yes
    Ansel: Yes
    G-Sync: Yes
    V-Sync: Yes
    PhysX: Yes
    3D Vision: Yes
    3D Vision Live: Yes
    Blu Ray 3D: Yes
    3D games: Yes
    GameStream: Yes
    GPU Boost: 2.0
    DirectX: 12 (API)
    Vulcan API: Yes
    OpenGL: 4.5
    Tire: PCI-Express 3.0 x16
    Support OS: Microsoft Windows 7-10, Linux, FreeBSDx86

    Please note: The table shows the reference characteristics of the video card, they may vary by different manufacturers.

    Download [784.45 MB]

    Type:
    DCH

    Operating system:
    Windows 7 64-bit, Windows 8 64 -by

    Version:
    42120 WH

    Download [593.15 MB]

    Type:
    Standard

    Driver Information:

    Driver Name:
    GeForce Game Ready Driver
    917 Graphics Driver Type21751 Driver version:
    472.12 WHQL -Official driver
    Driver language:
    Russian

    Operating system:
    Windows 10 64 -by
    Windows 8 64-BITS Updated:
    08/09/2022
    License:
    Free

    License Agreement

    Driver Information:
    Release Notes (v472.12) (PDF)
    Control Panel User’s Guide (PDF)


    The GeForce Game Ready Driver version 473. 81 WHQL is also suitable for all video cards from affiliated manufacturers: Asus, Gigabyte, Zotac, MSI, Palit and so on.

    Obsolete drivers NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 Ti

    video card drivers

    Operating system:
    Windows 10 64-bit

    Version:
    391.35 WHQL

    Release Date:
    March 27, 2018

    Download [445.39 MB]

    Status:

    Outdated3

    Operating system:
    Windows 10 32 -by

    version:
    391.35 WHQL

    Act Date 9003 9000 9000

    9000 [34000 MB
    Obsolete

    Operating system:
    Windows 8 32-bit, 8.1 32-bit, 7 32-bit

    version:
    391.35 WHQL

    Release date:
    27 March 2018 9000. 000 Mb] Status:
    Obsolete

    Operating system:
    Windows 8 64-bit, 8.1 64-bit, 7 64 -by

    version:
    391.35 WHQL

    Output date:
    27 27 27 March 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018, 2018 March 2018, 2018 March 2018 2018, 2018 March 20181751

    version:
    368.81 WHQL

    Release date:
    July 14, 2016

    Download [256.6 MB]

    9000 Status: 9,0003

    Driver for NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 Ti graphics card is downloaded from the official website!

    Or use the GeForce Experience program — it will automatically select the necessary driver for your video card.

    Performance and benchmarks NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 Ti

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    173. 22 mHash/s

    Face Recognition

    44.94 mPixels/s

    Fire Strike Factor

    33.8

    Battlefield 4

    255.03

    Price in Russia

    FAQ for NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 Ti

    What series is this video card?

    Video card series: GeForce 700

    What is the power consumption and power requirements?

    The maximum power consumption is: 60 W.

    Recommended power supply: 300W.

    Auxiliary power connectors: No .

    Where can I download the GeForce GT 750 Ti driver?

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    The result is literally amazing

    — 3D News

    For miniature systems, the GTX 750Ti is the only reasonable choice.

    — Overclockers.ru

    It’s built on the next generation of incredibly powerful and ultra-power efficient architecture, making it the weapon of choice for serious gamers at an incredible price.

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    Features

    • NVIDIA GameStream™ Technology
    • GeForce Experience
    • 3D Vision support 1
    • PhysX technology
    • NVIDIA Surround with up to three monitors 2
    • NVIDIA G-SYNC

    NVIDIA GPU Boost 2.0

    With precise controls, this revolutionary technology allows gamers to maximize PC performance. GPU Boost 2.0 monitors your graphics card, even better managing GPU temperature, CPU overclocking, and voltage to maximize GPU performance.

    Two new anti-aliasing modes: FXAA and TXAA

    Anti-aliasing evens out jagged edges in an image, but can be very demanding on frame rates. FXAA is a new anti-aliasing technology that delivers beautifully smooth lines with minimal performance impact. With Kepler architecture-based GPUs, you can enable FXAA in hundreds of games through the NVIDIA Control Panel.

    The second mode, TXAA, is an in-game option that combines MSAA, temporal filtering, and post-processing for even higher image clarity.

    NVIDIA GameStream

    Want to play away from your PC? NVIDIA GameStream Technology harnesses the power of the GeForce® GTX GPU and unique high-speed game streaming technology, allowing you to play PC games on your SHIELD handheld anywhere you have high-speed Internet access.

    NVIDIA Adaptive Vertical Sync

    Nothing is more distracting than jitter and tearing. The first occurs when the frame rate is low, the second occurs when it is too high. Adaptive V-Sync technology is a great way to process frames. At high frame rates, V-sync is enabled to eliminate tearing, and at low frame rates, V-sync is disabled to minimize judder. This allows you not to be distracted, so you can continue the game.

    1 — NVIDIA 3D Vision requires NVIDIA 3D Vision glasses and a 3D Vision Ready display to run successfully. More information is available at www.nvidia.ru/3dvision.
    2 — NVIDIA 3D Vision Surround technology requires 3D Vision glasses and three displays that support 3D Vision technology. In addition to the Dual-Link DVI adapter, a DisplayPort adapter may be required to connect one of the 3D Vision Surround capable monitors. More information is available at www.nvidia.ru/surround.

    Specifications

    GeForce GTX 750 Ti

    CUDA Core
    640
    Base clock
    1020MHz
    Boost clock
    1085 MHz
    Memory speed (

    Gbps )

    5. 4
    Memory capacity
    2048MB
    Memory interface
    128-bit GDDR5
    Maximum memory bandwidth
    86.4 GB/sec
    FXAA and TXAA
    3D Vision
    PhysX
    Software environment
    CUDA
    DirectX
    11.2
    OpenGL
    4.4
    Tire
    PCI-E 3.0
    3D Games
    Blu Ray 3D
    Maximum digital resolution
    4096×2160
    Maximum resolution

    VGA

    2048×1536
    Media connection
    • Mini HDMI
    • Dual Link DVI-D
    • Dual Link DVI-I
    Multiple display support

    HDCP

    HDMI

    Audio input for HDMI
    Internal
    Height
    11.

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