Monday, March 31st 2014

Leadtek Announces GTX 750 Ti OC and GTX 750 OC Graphics Cards

Leadtek simultaneously launches GTX 750 Ti OC and GTX 750 OC, two brand-new GeForce series overclocking graphics cards. They are equipped with the first generation NVIDIA Maxwell GPU architecture, and their main appeal is low power consumption. Their capabilities have also been improved, compared to products of the same grade in the previous generation.

GTX 750 Ti OC and GTX 750 OC are equipped with 2 GB GDDR5 and 1 GB GDDR5, respectively. Their memory bandwidth is 128-bit. GTX 750 Ti OC is embedded with 640 CUDA cores and its base clock is 1072 MHz, allowing it to support Boost 2.0 technology to 1150 MHz, overclocking more than 5%, offering better performance and excellent cooling effects, and giving more choices to professional gamers.

Maxwell GPU architecture can greatly improve the gaming experience, delivering twice the performance at half the power consumption of previous generation cards, all at a great value. Its price is also very user-friendly. Professional gamers can receive the strong display capability they need and cruise through the most popular games at the highest settings, backed-up by exquisite 1080p high resolution.

GTX 750 Ti OC and GTX 750 OC support technology such as CUDA parallel computing, GeForce Experience, PhysX physics computing, FXAA, and TXAA. They not only fully support Microsoft DirectX 11.2 and PCI-E 3.0 but also allow gamers to experience exquisite graphics in 3D games with high resolution image processing. In terms of performance, low energy use, and reasonable prices, these graphics cards are the best choice for mid-level gamers.
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4 Comments on Leadtek Announces GTX 750 Ti OC and GTX 750 OC Graphics Cards

#1
mroofie
Don't see the wow in this offering xD
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#2
Marty 1480
Really like the clean black design. Would look great in any case.
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#3
erixx
wow, over 15 years I didn't hear about Leadtek! Go go!
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#4
sgtspiff
Where are the passive 750/ti's?

This is just yet another card that been released 10 times already.

So far only KFA2/Galaxy has made something special.
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