Thursday, May 15th 2014

GIGABYTE Readies Black Edition GeForce GTX 750 Ti Card

GIGABYTE Technology will soon be releasing a new GeForce GTX 750 Ti card, a model codenamed GV-N75TWF2BK-2GI which bears the 'Black Edition' tag, meaning it has underwent a 168-hour server level stress test to ensure top-notch durability. A certificate of validation will be bundled to show the card survived testing.

Pictured below, the Black Edition GTX 750 Ti comes equipped with a WindForce 2X cooler and has 640 CUDA Cores, a 128-bit memory interface, 2 GB of GDDR5 VRAM set to 5400 MHz, dual DVI and dual (gold-plated) HDMI outputs, and a GM107 GPU with Base/Boost clocks of 1033/1111 MHz for the base model and 1163/1242 MHz for the OC edition. No word on prices yet.
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10 Comments on GIGABYTE Readies Black Edition GeForce GTX 750 Ti Card

#1
Dj-ElectriC
I know that this is just a GTX 750TI, but i have experience with their OC version.

I really have to give it to GB this time. The overclocking i got with it is truely insane. While other GTX 750 TI cards got 1190-1250~ core clock, this one comes with a 1215mhz core clock and can go all the way to 1300.

GB are very genarous with their factory oc, with GTX 670 WF3 that comes pre-oc to 1175mhz, 780 Ti Ghz witch is 1085mhz and many more speedy models.

Kudos for this nice treat.
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MxPhenom 216
Corsair Fanboy
by: Dj-ElectriC
I know that this is just a GTX 750TI, but i have experience with their OC version.

I really have to give it to GB this time. The overclocking i got with it is truely insane. While other GTX 750 TI cards got 1190-1250~ core clock, this one comes with a 1215mhz core clock and can go all the way to 1300.

GB are very genarous with their factory oc, with GTX 670 WF3 that comes pre-oc to 1175mhz, 780 Ti Ghz witch is 1085mhz and many more speedy models.

Kudos for this nice treat.
Those all seem low. Ive seen people take the EVGA ACX to 1400.
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#3
Hilux SSRG
by: Dj-ElectriC
I know that this is just a GTX 750TI, but i have experience with their OC version.

I really have to give it to GB this time. The overclocking i got with it is truely insane. While other GTX 750 TI cards got 1190-1250~ core clock, this one comes with a 1215mhz core clock and can go all the way to 1300.

GB are very genarous with their factory oc, with GTX 670 WF3 that comes pre-oc to 1175mhz, 780 Ti Ghz witch is 1085mhz and many more speedy models.

Kudos for this nice treat.
I've seen some claims of 750ti running at 1500mhz.

I run my 670WF3 regularly at 1315-1345mhz and have gone up to a maximum of 1397mhz. Such an amazing card still!

Gigabyte makes some really durable gfx cards, the "black edition" may be over the top. But I would gladly pay the extra $20 for that kind of reliability.
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#4
Casecutter
It may give good OC's, but even then that's only providing like 13% improvements. I think if "gaming" is the chief allure why this, not the best mainstream 1080p card for the high price it will demand? Like to see this verses something like the MSI R9 270 Gaming and see the two OC to OC, record the power consumption for perf/watt and perf/$. For the few hours a day "gaming" the power savings is not as significant, or strong logic for what this this level of card provides.
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#5
buildzoid
Server environment testing = good for mining non scrypt crypto currencies like Darkcoin.
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#6
Dj-ElectriC
by: MxPhenom 216
Those all seem low. Ive seen people take the EVGA ACX to 1400.
Dude, i was talking about out of the box, factory overclock
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#7
Jizzler
Factory clocks? We don't talk like that here, boy!

Speaking of speech, server-level stress test? LOL, this just perpetuates the myth that the word "server" has weight on it's own. Those certificates better have at least an outline of their testing methods otherwise they're more useful as tp.
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#8
pjl321
I really don't get the idea of stress tests, imagine buying a brand new car with 100,000 miles on the clock just so the manufacturer can say nothing went wrong in those first 100k miles!

These companies need to put their money where their mouths are and give their cards a 10 year warranty if they want us to believe they are using higher quality components than the competition.
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#10
9700 Pro
So this is like buying an used card with the price of a new card.
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