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post #291 of 3177
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Originally Posted by MrSharkington View Post

Wow I wouldn't expect this from EVGA.. I might just go with a 660 considering it's around the same price here.

You could also go with a Zotac OC / Galaxy GC if you want G-sync as those have Displayport.
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I finally decided to get the Zotac 750ti OC myself the other day.
Would have gone for the PNY or MSI otherwise but neither have displayport and I'd like to consider g-sync later.

It is quieter at BOTH load and idle than my old gtx460, or the evga ftw acx were at idle! and running very cool indeed.

Not sure if it's the card, or the new nvidia beta drivers but in the few games tested I'm getting better FPS than the EVGA card too. (QuakeLive which is OpenGL, Bioshock Infinite and Crysis 2 which are both D3D)
Edited by Yakumo - 4/9/14 at 10:14am
post #293 of 3177
Pulled the trigger on PNY GeForce GTX 750 Ti XLR8 OC to replace my power hungry AMD 4850 redface.gif

I tried to wait for the next maxwell, but no news so far, and that card was on sale. Couldn't resist tongue.gif

Will give you news soon
post #294 of 3177
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Originally Posted by systemcrash View Post

Pulled the trigger on PNY GeForce GTX 750 Ti XLR8 OC to replace my power hungry AMD 4850 redface.gif

I tried to wait for the next maxwell, but no news so far, and that card was on sale. Couldn't resist tongue.gif

Will give you news soon
The news are saying it isn't coming the next 6 months.
post #295 of 3177
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Originally Posted by robirobi View Post

The news are saying it isn't coming the next 6 months.

That's terrible news :\

I was looking on wiki when nvidia released their 670 and 770 previous years and it was around may-june

I'm not ready to wait that long to upgrade my 4850.

Also, my gaming habits doesn't require incredible 3D power such (usually play wow and D3) biggrin.gif

The wait to receive my card is so painfull drool.gif
post #296 of 3177
http://detail.zol.com.cn/375/374922/pic_2513_1.shtml

Galaxy GTX 750 teardown
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Magnachip MDU1516 + MDU1514 mosfets

uPI Semiconductor uP0104S regulator , http://www.upi-semi.com/product/ProductInfo.aspx?ProductID=151
Richtek RT8120A http://www.richtek.com/download_ds.jsp?s=637

The GTX 750 Ti should be more or less the same I think
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http://detail.zol.com.cn/375/374922/pic_2513_1.shtml

Galaxy GTX 750 teardown
some of the images (Click to show)




Magnachip MDU1516 + MDU1514 mosfets

uPI Semiconductor uP0104S regulator , http://www.upi-semi.com/product/ProductInfo.aspx?ProductID=151
Richtek RT8120A http://www.richtek.com/download_ds.jsp?s=637

The GTX 750 Ti should be more or less the same I think
Is this Galaxy one a reference design?
post #298 of 3177
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Originally Posted by robirobi View Post

Is this Galaxy one a reference design?

Doesn't appear to be.

As per my post a while ago linking to data sources http://www.overclock.net/t/1469814/nvidia-gtx-750ti-750-maxwell-owners-club/30#post_21888847
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Reference design
On Semiconductor NCP81172
On Semiconductor 4C08N (30V 52A 5.8mΩ)
On Semiconductor 4C05N (30V 67A 4.5mΩ)
MagnaChip MDD1501 (30V 67.4A 5.6mΩ) and MagnaChip MDD1502 (30V 45.7A 8.5mΩ) (memory phase)
Inductors labeled R22 , presumably 0.22uH

Galaxy GC
http://www.itocp.com/bbs/thread-233629-1-1.html

MagnaChip MDU1516(30V 18.6A 9mΩ@10V)
MagnaChip MDU1514(30V 22.8A 6mΩ@10V)
***Inductors labeled 0.22uH
seems these are H5GC2H24BFR-T2C rated for 5GHz

Looks like they just have the same components as the GC dual fan one, but with 2+1 like reference rather than 3+1

The reference design has higher amperage rating (more power delivery or less close to the maximum = more efficient) and lower resistance (better).

Just be aware that on zol chinese website there was Samsung memory and also on some other websites, so it's not just Hynix. It's likely a list of approved memory and whatever is used is according to whatever is available.
Edited by AlphaC - 4/11/14 at 8:29am
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post #299 of 3177
This asus card i have had stock 1.25v 3d so high "vid" I guess.
not great on air or aio water but around -40c it goes well biggrin.gif
modded bios for voltage and power limit 1.28v 3d dry ice cooling


card gamed at 1510+ bf4 biggrin.gif




Benches 1540









See if i cant get some more out of it should respond to more volts smile.gif
Edited by cowie - 4/12/14 at 5:28pm
post #300 of 3177
Exactly how much more powerful is 750Ti compared to 750 non Ti considering where i live 750 is 155usd and 750Ti is 190 usd since i read that 750 can be Oc'd to 750Ti level.
    
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