Discussion in 'Reviews' started by W1zzard, Feb 15, 2014.
To read this review go to: http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/NVIDIA/GeForce_GTX_750_Ti/
That power consumption!
Can't wait to see what higher end Maxwell is capable of.
The performance/watt chart is out of this world. Of course the card is overpriced but that's the trend nowadays.
Thanks for the review! Now I know why this card isn't that kind anticipated. This card isn't even faster than the 650 Ti Boost.
By the way... I am smelling the architecture refresh is mainly focused on the Power Consumption instead of performance. 50W for this kind of card is too low . Way to go engineers at Nvidia. Hope they brought the whole Maxwell lineup this year with AMD catching up with the Power consumption.
EDIT: Personally not the card that I am looking for, but in this price range I would always choose a 265 over this , despise the Power comsumption.
HOLY POWER COMSUMPTION BATMAN
And then you think a gtx470 used 4 times the power of this.. and now it has roughly the same performance. I saw on guru3d that in some rare cases it beat the 580 too. I see this card landing in my pc in the summer as i am more of a midrange man 6600TD-9500GT-GTS450 and hopefully 750Ti with a more mature pcb design than the reference.
Ridiculous price for such low end gpu. Anybody know the Double precision rate on this gpu(if it has any looking at the power consumption/size of the chip)?
Agreed: quite impressive indeed!
Unfortunately, the good part starts and ends there
I SO want a single slot, LP 750ti. The power that could be stuck into something as small as the antec isk150 would be epic.
Also, agreeing with Fluff, high end maxwell could be amazing. waiting for inevitable 8GB geforce 880.
Great review as always, TPU!
Nice 52w card and perf/power, but $150 for this?
NVIDIA's Maxwell astonishes.
Although the efficiency is out of this world, but its price/performance is severely lacking. Scale this up and let's see how the top cards do, I want to see some 1x 6pin flagship.
more expensive that 650 ti boost but performance is not better than 650ti boost. I say "meh"
I was thinking meh on performance until I saw the power consumption, what kind of pixie dust did they use.
looks like they wanted to make it single slot too.
What I really expected to see though were
HDMI 2.0 support (not there),
OpenCL 2.0 support (not there, not even OpenCL 1.2),
Draft DisplayPort 1.3 support (not there),
H.265 (HEVC) full decoding acceleration (sadly missing too).
Maybe with the move to 20nm NVIDIA will realize these features along with true Direct3D 11.2/11.2 support.
Some interesting tidbits that wizzard's review is missing:
The boost clock is officially listed as 1020/1085 at
And just for fun (it's not linked yet)
As the Palit review shows, they OC great and brings the performance in line with faster cards.
Yup, look at the palit review if you want higher perf and better perf/$
I also got 2 more reviews coming very soon today: MSI Gaming and ASUS 750 non-TI
Seriously, seriously impressive power consumption numbers. Once TSMC gets its 20nm process working properly and the GM200 parts arrive, they are going to absolutely slaughter AMD's offerings.
The price is high, but I'm guessing that that's a side effect of porting Maxwell (designed for 20nm) to 28nm. It also gives vendors a chance to digest Kepler stocks, and of course system integrators won't care about the price, so any way you look at it, nVIDIA wins.
Other than it getting to 60W TDP it about what I expected, but yea if low power consumption is what you need get this now because these reference offering will evaporate fairly quickly. I don’t think the reference is any value. Will need to see the AIB customs OC to uncover its mission.
Seriously guys, can you imagine the power a 200W Maxwell GPU at 20NM will have?
This going to be a hell of a laptop / ultrabook GPU. Any info on the laptop parts?
This is even more profound than one would initially think, as these days high end cards are basically all limited by their powerconsumption. This new arch effectively gives nvidia a lot more room to grow in the high end compared to AMD, allowing them to get into the even more high end space without having to revert to outlandish cooling practices like (arguably) amd has to with their R9 290X.
Thanks for the review.
Those consumption numbers are really sweet, especially that these are on 28nm. Well done Nvidia, very well done indeed. Now I really need a high tier Maxwell please.
lol dat price
Low power consumption rocks! I'm living on my own for a year now and started to think about electricity bills more seriously, when I am paying myself for them This card is more powerfull than my GTX 560 and has no 6pins, awesome! Great review, Wizz!
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