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http://www.ncixus.com/products/?sku=94301&vpn=GV-N75TOC-2GI&manufacture=Gigabyte&promoid=1413

Supports 4K @60Hz via the 2 HDMI1.4
Edited by AlphaC - 3/29/14 at 4:58pm
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Awesome card. If only they could SLI
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What makes this card so good?
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What makes this card so good?

its a maxwell chip.
uses like 60watts or something
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What makes this card so good?

Maxwell chip. Plays BF4 Multi on high 1080p at a constant 60fps+ while using 74-77 watts of power even when overclocked to 1350 boost clock and 6400 effective memory
Edited by Stay Puft - 3/30/14 at 3:53am
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What makes this card so good?

It supports 4K@60Hz, uses 60-75W (relevant where it's expensive for electricity) , is quiet (sub 28dB load @ 1m), overclocks like a beast (1300-1400Mhz on a dinky cooler), and can do 1080p on most games

For GPGPU, it also brings back the funnel shifter and barrel shifter (along with a massive cache), which lets it have 21Gflops/W like the GK110 plus OpenCL performance is on par with GTX 660 Ti.


http://www.computerbase.de/2014-02/nvidia-geforce-gtx-750-ti-maxwell-test/7/#diagramm-gpu-computing-the-gimp-286

Also unlike the 7 overpriced AMD radeon rebrands (r9 280X =Hd7970, r9 280=Hd7950, R9 270X=HD7870, R9 270=HD7870 with one 6 pin, R7 265=HD7850, R7 260X=HD7790, R7 250X=HD7770), this is new technology.


This is why it's on discount, there's going to be a factory OC 1215Mhz one coming http://www.techpowerup.com/198756/gigabyte-to-release-a-second-higher-clocked-geforce-gtx-750-ti-card.html
Edited by AlphaC - 3/30/14 at 7:10am
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Maxwell chip. Plays BF4 Multi on high 1080p at a constant 60fps+ while using 74-77 watts of power even when overclocked to 1350 boost clock and 6400 effective memory

I think it takes less than 75W even, some reports I've seen say they take ~39W maximum.

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I think it takes less than 75W even, some reports I've seen say they take ~39W maximum.

I believe at reference speeds the unit will draw between 25 and 40, but with a massive OC it does take a bit more, though still a very very low amount.
    
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How does this contrast against a GTX 760?

I need help finding a new card about $150-250

Is the GTX 660 worse or comparable to GTX 750 TI?
Edited by ElectricPrism - 3/30/14 at 4:22pm
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How does this contrast against a GTX 760?

I need help finding a new card.

Is the GTX 660 worse or comparable to GTX 750 TI?

GTX 660 is a stronger card *for games* but it's basically EOL and draws 2-4x more power (depending on what you consider the GTX 750 Ti power to be)

GTX 760 > GTX 660 > GTX 650 TI BOOST > GTX 750 TI > GTX 750 > GTX 650 Ti > GTX 650

As per Nvidia

Edited by AlphaC - 3/30/14 at 4:29pm
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