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Same here, I have been wondering for almost a week now lol
    
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Should get people to review the Galaxy GTX 750 Ti GC (3+1 phase, dual fan cooler albeit sans heatpipe, and displayport for G-sync already sets it ahead of most) and the low profile one seems to have its own niche.

I have 2 of the Galaxy 750 Ti's GC coming this week. Bought them knowing the market has a high demand but it has dual fan for cooling. Looking forward to testing them.
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Yes, we're still here and still pushing ever forward. In fact, we launched the new half-height GTX 750 GC Slim and GTX 750 Ti GC Slim just this morning and reviews will be available shortly.

http://store.galaxytechus.com/

Does the Slim take up 2 slots internally? Would like to see a benchmark comparison of the temps, power consumption and framerates between the Ti and the Slim Ti.
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Does the Slim take up 2 slots internally? Would like to see a benchmark comparison of the temps, power consumption and framerates between the Ti and the Slim Ti.

Yes, it's 1.57" wide including the cooler. Full reviews are coming soon. In my testing, the cooling and performance on the slim versions were surprisingly good considering the 60% reduction in size. Both cards topped out at 56C under load in a full ATX case, which compares to 47C for the dual fan 750 GC and 50C for the dual fan 750 Ti GC in the same machine. The dual fan cards also got an average 65Mhz higher boost clock than the slim versions though actual performance was fairly consistent between the two. The slim versions were somehow even quieter than the dual fan cards though, which is just amazing considering the size of the fan. Neither card even registered on my sound meter over the ambient noise from my case fans on silent presets. (liquid CPU cooler)
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Does the Slim take up 2 slots internally? Would like to see a benchmark comparison of the temps, power consumption and framerates between the Ti and the Slim Ti.

Yes, it's 1.57" wide including the cooler. Full reviews are coming soon. In my testing, the cooling and performance on the slim versions were surprisingly good considering the 60% reduction in size. Both cards topped out at 56C under load in a full ATX case, which compares to 47C for the dual fan 750 GC and 50C for the dual fan 750 Ti GC in the same machine. The dual fan cards also got an average 65Mhz higher boost clock than the slim versions though actual performance was fairly consistent between the two. The slim versions were somehow even quieter than the dual fan cards though, which is just amazing considering the size of the fan. Neither card even registered on my sound meter over the ambient noise from my case fans on silent presets. (liquid CPU cooler)


Good to hear considering I just bought one.

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Do you know who is the manufacturer and the manufacturers speed specification for the memory on the 750 Ti's?
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OP should update with this. Was very confused when I saw this thread.

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Same here, I have been wondering for almost a week now lol

Agreed. Can we get this thread locked or something? At first glance it's spreading misinformation....
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Do you know who is the manufacturer and the manufacturers speed specification for the memory on the 750 Ti's?

Hynix H5GC2H24BFR-T2C rated for 6GHz

http://www.itocp.com/bbs/thread-233629-1-1.html , or it used to be there...

http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:http://www.itocp.com/bbs/thread-233629-1-1.html
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Thanks. Looks to have some good mining potential then.
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Thanks. Looks to have some good mining potential then.

not really the Samsung memory seems to hit +500 or 600Mhz (7-8Ghz) easier than Hynix BFR (AFR is the one that hit high clocks)

Galaxy GC should be a better card for people that want to game (displayport = G-sync), just like the the low profile card has its own niche

The more low end the card is the more G-sync matters.
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Agreed. Can we get this thread locked or something? At first glance it's spreading misinformation....
Same, I was all bummed out because I thought HOF was going to disappear or something. Why not just change the title to *updated* Galaxy [not] Abandoning North American GPU Market?
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Thanks. Looks to have some good mining potential then.

I wonder which 750 Ti is the fastest? Is there a chart comparing them all yet? I'm seriously thinking a mining rig with these would be a good idea.
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