Thursday, February 6th 2014

AIC Branded GeForce GTX 750 Ti and GTX 750 Pictured, Clock Speeds Surface

Here are the firs pictures of AIC partner branded GeForce GTX 750 Ti and GTX 750 graphics cards. From the looks of the board design the first two AIC partners that come to mind are Palit and Galaxy. Specifications of the GM107 silicon, on which the two are based, is detailed in our older article with a die-shot. What's new here, however, is that CUDA core counts and clock speeds aren't the only two specifications that separate the GTX 750 Ti from the GTX 750; it's also the standard memory amount. The former will ship with 2 GB of it, while the latter just 1 GB.

British tech publication UK Gaming Computers got their hands on the two cards, and took a peek under the hood using GPU-Z 0.7.6 (which supports the two). It confirms specifications from the older article, and also reveals clock speeds. The GTX 750 Ti features 1085 MHz core, 1163 MHz GPU Boost, and 5.50 GHz (GDDR5-effective) memory, which churns out 88 GB/s of memory bandwidth. The GTX 750, on the other hand, features the same GPU clock speeds, but slightly slower memory, at 5.10 GHz, at which the memory bandwidth is 81 GB/s. The site also put the two through a quick 3DMark 11 run (performance preset). The GTX 750 Ti scored P5963 points, and the GTX 750 scored P5250 points. Since the two are custom design cards, we're not sure if the clock speeds will stick. For all we know, the two could be factory-overclocked. Impressive performance nonetheless.
Sources: SweClockers, UK Gaming Computers
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18 Comments on AIC Branded GeForce GTX 750 Ti and GTX 750 Pictured, Clock Speeds Surface

#1
birdie
It seems like the GTX 750 Ti is crippled by its narrow memory bus.

It is otherwise almost identical to the GTX 660, yet it's slower by 12%.

Still for a card which bears a smaller second digit, it's quite an achievement. Now let's wait for TDP figures.
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#2
zsolt_93
So it basically beats the 650Ti Boost by a small margin in the Ti version and the normal one is somewhere around the 650 Ti without Boost by checking out 3dm11 scores.
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#3
Xzibit
btarunr said:
For all we know, the two could be factory-overclocked.
Says it right under the chart on Sweclockers.com

zsolt_93 said:
So it basically beats the 650Ti Boost by a small margin in the Ti version and the normal one is somewhere around the 650 Ti without Boost by checking out 3dm11 scores.
Read the fine print.

sweclockers
* Factory Overclocked values.
750 = 650
750 Ti = 650 Ti
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#4
lemonadesoda
If TDP is improving and we have DP 1.2 then I'm interested.
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#5
bogami
Somehow I can not pass 17.4GPix / s. because it's for laptops with low resolution. Alone did not result in anything better than 650Ti overclockt . This processor will be seen in future notebooks .
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#6
birdie
lemonadesoda said:
If TDP is improving and we have DP 1.2 then I'm interested.
DP 1.2 support has been there since forever.

DP 1.3 hasn't yet been released.
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#7
Hilux SSRG
The first picture makes me think "tiny fists of fury" for whatever reason. :)
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#8
xorbe
birdie said:
It seems like the GTX 750 Ti is crippled by its narrow memory bus.

It is otherwise almost identical to the GTX 660, yet it's slower by 12%.

Still for a card which bears a smaller second digit, it's quite an achievement. Now let's wait for TDP figures.
Also the ROP count is only 2/3 of the 660.
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#9
Casecutter
Given these numbers unless they are on a <160mm2 dia, while staying under 110W TDP they aren't going to be much if any influence.
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#11
rtwjunkie
PC Gaming Enthusiast
So basically, the EVGA 650Ti Boost Superclocked version would then soundly trounce even the 750Ti, if a 750Ti is equal to a 650Ti Boost. Not much of a step forward. Hopefully other partners will step up and seriously tweak these things to make them more competitive.
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#12
xorbe
I don't think the 750 Ti is going to catch even a stock 650 Ti Boost. The latter is hot on the heals of the 660.
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#13
rtwjunkie
PC Gaming Enthusiast
xorbe said:
I don't think the 750 Ti is going to catch even a stock 650 Ti Boost. The latter is hot on the heals of the 660.
You're right, 650Ti Boost is nearly at 660 performance. 650Ti Boost was one of those rare, high-performing cheap gems that got greenlit for production!
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#14
badtaylorx
yeah, I really hope more cards like the TiBoost and the 7870LE are produced in the future....

Both were fantastic "bang for buck" cards!!!
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#15
Fluffmeister
Assuming similar naming conventions and the leaks are accurate, this is very impressive for a Gx1x7 part, Maxwell is shaping up nicely.
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#16
ensabrenoir
...excellent! Just finishing a Itx build. curious as to what the final released has to offer. This will be fine.
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#18
xorbe
If it's really a 60W card ... that cooling might be overkill lol. (Why would you want twin fans when one is plenty.)
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