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ZOTAC Silences Powerful GeForce GTX 750 Graphics Card

ZOTAC International, a global innovator and manufacturer of graphics cards, today silences the powerful ZOTAC GeForce GTX 750 graphics card with a new passive cooled ZONE Edition. The ZOTAC GeForce GTX 750 ZONE Edition graphics card combines the gaming prowess of the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 GPU with a zero noise cooling system to deliver a quiet PC gaming experience with class-leading features.

"The PC is the only system where you can truly experience next-generation gaming with unrivaled visual fidelity and smoothness. Our new ZOTAC GeForce GTX 750 ZONE Edition gives gamers the performance and stunning graphics they crave while operating silently to focus on the game and not fan noise," says Tony Wong, CEO, ZOTAC International.

Palit Releases the Silent GeForce GTX 750Ti/GTX 750 KalmX Series Cards

Palit Microsystems Ltd, the leading graphics card manufacturer, releases a new line called KalmX and is consist of GeForxe GTX 750 Ti and GTX 750. With passive cooler and power saving Maxwell architecture, Palit GeForce GTX 750 StormX series - pursue the silnent 0dB gaming environiment.

Utilizing NVIDIA's Maxwell architecture, the Palit GeForce GTX 750 series is capable of providing better performance without the need for more power. It doesn't require any extra power connectors, so you can upgrade your desktop PC without buying a new power supply. Its powerful, ultra-Effient next-gens architecture makes the Palit GTX 750 StormX/KalmX series the weapon of choice for serious gaming at an incredible value. Palit StormX/KalmX cards give you the gaming horsepower to take on today's most demanding titles in full 1080p HD. They deliver 25% more performance than previous-generation cards and up to twice the power efficiency thanks to the next-generation NVIDIA Maxwell architecture.

AMD Readies 28 nm "Tonga" to Take on GM107

NVIDIA's energy-efficiency leap achieved on existing 28 nanometer process, using the "Maxwell" based GM107, appears to have rattled AMD. The company is reportedly attempting a super-efficient, 28 nm, mid-range chip of its own, codenamed "Tonga." The chip could power graphics cards that compete with the GeForce GTX 750 Ti and GTX 750. The chip is likely to be based on Graphics CoreNext 2.0 micro-architecture, the same one that drives "Hawaii," which means AMD isn't counting on the micro-architecture for efficiency gains. It could feature an evolution of PowerTune, which works closer to the metal than its existing implementation on "Hawaii." Other features could include Mantle, TrueAudio, and perhaps even XDMA CrossFire (no cables needed). The chip could be wired to up to 2 GB of memory.

Another equally plausible theory doing rounds is that "Tonga" could be a replacement to "Tahiti Pro," designed to compete with the GK104 at much lower power footprint (than "Tahiti"), so AMD could more effectively compete with the GeForce GTX 760. The chip could be similar in feature-set to "Tahiti," with a narrower memory bus (256-bit wide), but higher clock speeds to make up for it. If this theory holds true, then "Tonga" could disrupt both Tahiti Pro and "Curacao XT." Curacao XT (R9 270X) is designed to offer a value-conscious alternative to the $250 GTX 760. The R9 280 is competitive in performance, but takes a beating on the energy-efficiency front, and is also costlier to manufacture, due to the higher transistor count and four additional memory chips. We could hear more at Computex 2014.


Source: VideoCardz

EK Introduces NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 (Ti) Water Block

EK Water Blocks, Ljubljana-based premium water cooling gear manufacturer, is proud to introduce a new value oriented water block for the NVIDIA Maxwell GM107 GPU based GeForce GTX 750- and GTX 750 Ti series graphics cards - the EK-FC750 GTX.

Due to variety of NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 (Ti) circuit board designs and no prescribed standard this water block directly cools GPU and RAM only in order to maximize hardware compatibility. Product features single-slot design to free adjacent PCI(e) slot and allow stacking of these graphics cards for high density computing application. EK-FC750 GTX water block also features a very high flow design therefore it can be easily used in liquid cooling systems using weaker water pumps.

MSI Outs GeForce GTX 750 OCV1 Graphics Card

MSI rolled out its newest factory-overclocked GeForce GTX 750 graphics card, the GTX 750 2GD5/OCV1. Based on the company's entry-level dual-slot cooling solution, and a compact PCB that draws all its power from the PCI-Express slot, this card offers factory-overclocked speeds of 1059 MHz core, 1137 MHz GPU Boost, and 5.00 GHz (GDDR5-effective) memory; and features 1 GB of it, across the GPU's 128-bit wide interface. Display outputs include dual-link DVI, D-Sub, and HDMI. Expect the card to be priced around US $130.

NVIDIA GM204 and GM206 to Tape-Out in April, Products to Launch in Q4?

It looks like things are going horribly wrong at TSMC, NVIDIA and AMD's principal foundry partner, with its 20 nm manufacturing process, which is throwing a wrench into the works at NVIDIA, forcing it to re-engineer an entire lineup of "Maxwell" GPUs based on existing 28 nm process. Either that, or NVIDIA is confident of delivering an efficiency leap using Maxwell on existing/mature 28 nm process, and saving costs in the process. NVIDIA is probably drawing comfort from the excellent energy-efficiency demonstrated by its Maxwell-based GeForce GTX 750 series. According to a 3DCenter.org report, NVIDIA's next mainline GPUs, the GM204 and GM206, which will be built on the 28 nm process, and "Maxwell" architecture, will tape out later this month. Products based on the two, however, can't be expected before Q4 2014, as late as December, or even as late as January 2015.

GM204 succeeds GK104 as the company's next workhorse performance-segment silicon, which could power graphics card SKUs ranging all the way from US $250 to $500. An older report suggests that it could feature as many as 3,200 CUDA cores. The GM204 could be taped out in April 2014, and the first GeForce products based on it could launch no sooner than December 2014. The GM206 is the company's next mid-range silicon, which succeeds GK106. It will tape out in April, alongside the GM204, but products based on it will launch only in January 2015. The GM200 is a different beast altogether. There's no mention of which process the chip will be based on, but it will succeed the GK110, and should offer performance increments worthy of being a successor. For that, it has to be based on the 20 nm process. It will tape-out in June 2014, and products based on it will launch only in or after Q2 2015.Source: 3DCenter.org

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.

EVGA Announces GeForce GTX 750 FTW 2GB

EVGA announced an Amazon-exclusive 2 GB variant of its GeForce GTX 750 FTW graphics card (model: 02G-P4-2758-KR). Built in an identical board design to the original GTX 750 FTW, with the company's ACX cooling solution, the card offers factory-overclocked speeds of 1229 MHz core, 1320 MHz GPU Boost, and 5012 MHz (GDDR5-effective) memory, and features 2 GB of it across the chip's 128-bit wide memory interface. The cooling solution is designed to deal with much bigger chips, and should keep the GTX 750 quiet and comfy, even at its maker-given speeds. Based on the 28 nm GM107 silicon, the GTX 750 packs 512 CUDA cores, and is based on NVIDIA's new "Maxwell" GPU architecture. The card is priced at US $149.99.

Digital Storm Unveils the VANQUISH II Gaming PC

Digital Storm is excited to unveil the new VANQUISH II, a gaming PC built to play the most demanding games with maximum detail, speed, and power without breaking the bank.

"Starting at just $699, VANQUISH II delivers an incredible value with the ability to play the most graphic intensive games at max settings," said Rajeev Kuruppu, Digital Storm's Director of Product Development. "That is still obviously more expensive than purchasing a console, but we believe delivering graphics up to three times the resolution is well worth the extra $100-200 investment."

Palit Announces GeForce GTX 750 StormX 2 GB Graphics Card

Palit Microsystems Ltd, the leading graphics card manufacturer, releases the power efficienct and Maxwell-based Palit GeForce GTX 750 StormX 2GB and its adding more than just state-of-the-art features on the next-generation NVIDIA Maxwell architecture. Continuing with Palit brand new "StormX" series, Palit designed a 2GB GDDR5 memory on GTX 750, the double memory size compared with the reference 1GB GTX750. Palit GTX 750 StormX 2GB equipped not only with TurboFan Blade cooler, but also with solid capacitors, better performance and thermal solution.

Leadtek Launches Its GTX 750 Ti and GTX 750 Graphics Cards

Leadtek simultaneously launches GTX 750 Ti and GTX 750, two brand-new GeForce series 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 and GTX 750 are equipped with 2 GB GDDR5 and 1 GB GDDR5, respectively. Their memory bandwidth is 128-bit. GTX 750 Ti is embedded with 640 CUDA cores and its base clock is 1020 MHz, allowing it to support Boost 2.0 technology to 1085 MHz. Leadtek will soon launch the single-fan overclocking and dual-fan Hurricane overclocking graphics cards made in-house, offering better performance and superb cooling effects, and giving more choices to professional gamers.

EVGA Announces a GeForce GTX 750 with 2 GB Memory

EVGA announced a GeForce GTX 750 model with 2 GB of GDDR5 memory, double its standard memory amount of 1 GB. The card is based on an identical board design to EVGA's GTX 750 base model, and sticks to NVIDIA reference clock speeds of 1020 MHz base, 1085 MHz GPU Boost, and 1253 MHz (5012 MHz GDDR5-effective) memory. EVGA is also planning a factory-overclocked SC (SuperClocked) variant of this card, which comes with out of the box speeds of 1215 MHz base, with 1294 MHz GPU Boost frequencies, while leaving the memory clock untouched. The GTX 750 2 GB from EVGA is priced at US $129.99, and its SuperClocked variant at a $10 premium.

ORIGIN PC Desktops Available with GeForce GTX 750, 750 Ti and TITAN Black Cards

ORIGIN PC announced today the new NVIDIA GeForce TITAN Black graphics card on their award-winning line of CHRONOS, MILLENNIUM and GENESIS desktops for gamers, artists, enthusiasts and professionals. Evolved from the previous GeForce GTX TITAN, the new TITAN Black lets you take on the most graphics-intensive games with 10 percent faster GPU performance, while still remaining whisper-quiet and cool inside any ORIGIN PC desktop.

With additional features such as support for up to 4-WAY NVIDIA SLI, 2880 CUDA cores, ORIGIN PC's CRYOGENIC liquid cooling solution and professional overclocking service, the GeForce TITAN Black is the ultimate GPU for gamers demanding the best gaming experience that can run up to 4K resolutions or even support multiple 4K displays with its high-speed double precision technology and 6 GB of frame buffer memory.

Gigabyte Unveils GeForce GTX 750 Series OC Edition Graphics Cards

GIGABYTE, a leading manufacturer of motherboards and graphics cards, is pleased to introduce the mid-range gaming grade graphics cards, GeForce GTX 750 Ti 2GB Overclock Edition (GV-N75TOC-2GI) and GeForce GTX 750 1GB Overclock Edition (GV-N750OC-1GI). GIGABYTE GeForce GTX 700 series utilizes the latest 28nm fabrication process and extends NVIDIA Maxwell - powered family of graphics cards to new levels of affordability while retaining class-leading performance and power efficiency. GV-N75TOC-2GI is equipped with 2GB GDDR5 memory and 640 CUDA cores; GV-N750OC-1GI is equipped with 1GB GDDR5 memory and 512 CUDA Cores. GIGABYTE GeForce GTX 700 series is fully supported Microsoft DirectX 11.2, PCI-Express 3.0.

With GIGABTE exclusive cooling system, GeForce GTX 700 series not only has the best processing ability, but also provides gamers a faster, smoother and richer gaming experience. GIGABYTE GeForce GTX 700 series represents the "sweet spot" for gamers - the ultimate combination of performance, power efficiency, and affordability and is the best choice for midrange gamers. Supporting NVIDIA CUDA, PhysX, GeForce Experience, FXAA and TXAA, GIGABYTE GeForce GTX 700 Series guarantees an ultimate extreme experience. Gamers can also achieve a smoothly gaming performance and to have the best experience with realistic visuals through NVIDIA 3D Vision 3D Vision Surround.

Galaxy Launches its GeForce GTX 750 Series Lineup, Including a Low-Profile Card

Galaxy Microsystems, a leading manufacturer of the world's highest performing graphics cards, announced today the Galaxy GeForce GTX 750 GC 1GB and GTX 750 Ti GC 2GB-the 1st graphics cards built with the latest cutting-edge Maxwell GPU architecture. The GTX 750 GC is armed with an impressive 512 CUDA cores and 1GB of GDDR5 at 5 GHz, while the GTX 750 Ti GC is fully loaded for even more intense hi-res gaming with 640 cores and 2GB of 5.4 GHz GDDR5 ram. Both cards are factory overclocked more than 100 MHz beyond stock speeds and feature the new whisper silent Phantom dual fan cooler on an extended PCB of Galaxy's own custom in-house design.

The new hyper-efficient architecture reduces power usage to a fraction of that in previous generations, and Galaxy's unique design adds 6-pin auxiliary inputs with enhanced 3+1 phase power delivery to provide additional overclocking headroom for enthusiasts. Both the GTX 750 GC and GTX 750 Ti GC include support for the most advanced new gaming technologies such as NVIDIA G-Sync, ShadowPlay,and PC Streaming through NVIDIA SHIELD.

Gainward Announces its GeForce GTX 750 Series

As the leading brand in enthusiastic graphics market, Gainward proudly presents the brand-new GeForce GTX graphics, base on MAXWELL architecture, GTX 750 Ti and GTX 750 series. Gainward GeForce GTX 750 Ti and 750 series are the most efficient GPU ever built. The first generation MAXWELL architecture performs 35% more performance per cores than previous generation - Kepler architecture and offers 2 times performance per Watt. The Gainward GeForce GTX 750 Ti and 750 series require no external power connectors.

It is the best solution for the basic person computer with limited system power budget to upgrade to GeForce GTX graphics solution. Gainward GeForce GTX 750 Ti and 750 series leads by GTX 750 Ti "Golden Sample", which is factory over-clocked at 1202MHz base clock (1281MHz boost clock) and 3004MHz memory clock speed. With 180MHz over-clocking speed, Gainward GTX 750 Ti "GS" performs up 15% more than NV's GTX 750 Ti reference clock speed under games and benchmark score. To compete with AMD's R7 260X, it wins for almost all popular games not only the frame rates but consumes only 52% power. The Gainward GTX 750 Ti and GTX 750 are all factory over-clocked, with 65MHz more than NV's reference clock, offer better C/P value for your choice.

EVGA Announces its GeForce GTX 750 Series Graphics Cards

EVGA launched its GeForce GTX 750 series with a pair of custom-design graphics card lines. The company launched four models each, based on the GeForce GTX 750 Ti, and the GTX 750. The eight are based on one of two custom board designs pictured below, one with a simple fan-heatsink, and one with a more complex dual-fan ACX cooling solution. The four models include one based on NVIDIA reference clock speeds, a SuperClocked model with fan-heatsink, another SuperClocked model with ACX cooler, and a higher overclocked FTW model with ACX cooler.

The GTX 750 base model runs NVIDIA reference clock speeds of 1020/1085/5012 MHz (core/Boost/memory); the GTX 750 SC tops that with 1215/1294/5012 MHz. The FTW variant leads the pack with 1229/1320/5012 MHz. The GTX 750 Ti base model is clocked at 1020/1085/5012 MHz; its SuperClocked cousin at 1176/1255/5012 MHz, and the FTW variant at 1189/1268/5012 MHz. Prices range between US $119.99 for the GTX 750 base model, and $169.99 for the GTX 750 Ti FTW.

CYBERPOWERPC Debuts Elite Gaming Series Based on New NVIDIA GTX GPUs

CyberPower Inc. www.cyberpowerpc.com, a global manufacturer of custom gaming PCs, today unleashed a new series of PC gaming systems based on NVIDIA's new NVIDIA GTX 750; GTX 750 Ti, and GTX Titan Black edition GPUs.

Beginning today, CYBERPOWERPC customers can make these powerful new GPUs their weapon of choice in high-performance rigs such as the new Zeus Mini small form factor series, Zeus EVO, and Fang III systems. For enthusiasts looking for hyper-realistic game play and stunning visuals, the new NVIDIA GTX Titan Black edition GPU is the ultimate graphics card for your gaming PC.

ASUS Announces GTX 750 Ti and GTX 750 Graphics Cards

ASUS today announced GTX 750 Ti and GTX 750, two new high-value 3D-gaming graphics cards equipped respectively with the powerful GeForce GTX 750 Ti and GTX 750 graphics-processing units (GPUs) and overclocked for performance that's up to 52 MHz faster than reference.

The new GTX 750 Ti and GTX 750 cards benefit from many exclusive ASUS technologies and tools including dust-proof fans for improved card lifespan and Super Alloy Power components for superior stability. They also include GPU Tweak, an easy-to-use tuning software that helps users to squeeze every last drop of performance out of their graphics card and stream on-screen action over the internet in real time - great for boasting rights.

KFA2 Launches the GTX 750TI OC and GTX 750 OC Graphics Cards

KFA2, a leading manufacturer of the world's highest performing graphics cards, announced today the KFA2 GeForce GTX 750 Ti OC 2 GB and GTX 750 OC 1 GB - the 1st graphics cards built with the latest cutting-edge Maxwell GPU architecture.  The KFA2 GTX 750 OC is armed with an impressive 512 CUDA cores and 1 GB of GDDR5 at 5 GHz, while the KFA2 GTX 750 Ti OC is fully loaded for even more intense hi-res gaming with 640 cores and 2 GB of 5.4 GHz GDDR5 ram. Both cards are factory overclocked more than 100 MHz beyond stock speeds.

The new hyper-efficient architecture reduces power usage to a fraction of that in previous generations, both the GTX 750 OC and GTX 750 Ti OC include support for the most advanced new gaming technologies such as NVIDIA G-Sync, ShadowPlay, and PC Streaming through NVIDIA SHIELD.

ZOTAC Launches New Performance and Flagship Graphics Cards

ZOTAC International, a global innovator and manufacturer of graphics cards, mainboards and mini-PCs, today launches new performance and flagship graphics cards with the GeForce GTX 750 family and new GTX Titan Black. The new ZOTAC GeForce GTX 750 family ushers in a new era of performance PC gaming with the next-generation NVIDIA Maxwell architecture while the new ZOTAC GeForce GTX Titan Black injects the venerable flagship series with greater compute power.

"We're embarking on a new generation of NVIDIA graphics architecture with the new ZOTAC GeForce GTX 750 family graphics cards," said Carsten Berger, senior director, ZOTAC International. "The new Maxwell architecture enables us to raise performance by 25-percent while cutting power consumption in half compared to the previous generation."

Velocity Micro Offering GeForce GTX 750, 750 Ti, and TITAN Black Graphics

Velocity Micro, the premier builder of award winning gaming PCs, laptops, and peripherals announces the immediate availability of the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750, GTX 750 Ti, and the amazing GTX TITAN Black in select Gaming/Enthusiast and Workstation desktops. Configurations powered by the GeForce GTX 750 from Velocity Micro start at $829 with TITAN Black configurations starting at $2,999.

"Every evolution of the GeForce cards presents better and better choices for consumers, and these new products are no exception," said Randy Copeland, President and CEO of Velocity Micro. "With the best-in-class performance of the TITAN Black and incredible price for performance of the GTX 750 and 750 Ti, NVIDIA has brought two great choices to market. We're excited to offer them to our enthusiast customers."

GM107 Features 128 CUDA Cores Per Streaming Multiprocessor

NVIDIA's upcoming GM107 GPU, the first to be based on its next-generation "Maxwell" GPU architecture, reportedly features a different arrangement of CUDA cores and streaming multiprocessors to those typically associated with "Kepler," although the component hierarchy is similar. The chip reportedly features five streaming multiprocessors, highly integrated computation subunits of the GPU. NVIDIA is referring to these parts as "streaming multiprocessor (Maxwell)," or SMMs.

Further, each streaming multiprocessor features 128 CUDA cores, and not the 192 CUDA cores found in SMX units of "Kepler" GPUs. If true, GM107 features 640 CUDA cores, all of which will be enabled on the GeForce GTX 750 Ti. If NVIDIA is carving out the GTX 750 by disabling one of those streaming multiprocessors, its CUDA core count works out to be 512. NVIDIA will apparently build two GPUs on the existing 28 nm process, the GM107, and the smaller GM108; and three higher performing chips on the next-generation 20 nm process, the GM206, the GM204, and the GM200. The three, as you might have figured out, succeed the GK106, GK104, and GK110, respectively.


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GTX 750 Taken Apart, Sips Power from a Single 6-pin Connector

Here are the first pictures of a partner-branded GeForce GTX 750 graphics card taken apart. It reveals a couple of things - to begin with, the GM107 silicon will bring about some genuine performance per Watt improvements, despite being based on the existing 28 nm silicon fab process, and second, that cards based on the chip will be extremely cheap to build, giving NVIDIA a good chance to strengthen its position in the sub-$200 market segment. This particular card is cooled by a simple fan-heatsink that's essentially a chunk of metal with a fan latched on to it. The card relies on a simple 2+1 phase VRM, which draws power from a single 6-pin PCIe power connector. NVIDIA is expected to launch the GTX 750 and GTX 750 Ti a little later this month.

Source: ChinaDIY

AMD Readies Radeon R7 265

In a bid to ward off the GeForce GTX 750 threat, AMD is working on a new Radeon R7 series GPU, the R7 265. The SKU, interestingly, isn't based on the "Bonaire" silicon as the R7 260X, and is instead based on a cut down "Curacao" silicon, the same chip on which the R9 270 and R9 270X are based. While the R9 270 series chips share a common core configuration with 1,280 stream processors each, the R7 265 will feature one that's similar to that of the Radeon HD 7850 from the previous generation, which means 1,024 stream processors, 64 TMUs, 32 ROPs, and a 256-bit wide GDDR5 memory interface. Its core clock speed is expected to be around 900 MHz, and memory at 4.80 GHz (GDDR5-effective), which works out to a memory bandwidth of 153.6 GB/s. AMD could target the US $149 to $159 price range with the Radeon R7 265.


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