Monday, September 8th 2014

ELSA Announces Single-slot GeForce GTX 750 Ti Graphics Card

ELSA announced the GeForce GTX 750 Ti SP, a single slot, air-cooled graphics card based on NVIDIA's first "Maxwell" based GPU. Sticking to single-slot dimensions, the card is 18.4 cm long, featuring a full-length metal shroud covering a nickel-plated copper channel heatsink, which is ventilated by a 70 mm spinner. The card draws all its power from the PCI-Express 3.0 bus interface. Display outputs include two dual-link DVI, and one mini-HDMI. That's not all, it also comes with a tiny factory-overclock. The core runs at 1045 MHz (vs. 1020 MHz reference), and memory at 4.40 GHz (vs. 4.34 GHz reference). The card will release in the Japanese market first, on the 23rd of September
Source: Hermitage Akihabara
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22 Comments on ELSA Announces Single-slot GeForce GTX 750 Ti Graphics Card

#1
ensabrenoir
.....would have been three barrels full of monkies type of fun if these cards could sli......
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#2
Urobulos
ensabrenoir
.....would have been three barrels full of monkies type of fun if these cards could sli......
Would have been somewhat pointless even if SLI was supported. Three 750Ti cost 450$ and for that might as well buy a 780 and save yourself one slot and hassle with SLI. The only thing the 750Tis would have over that is power consumption and, maybe, noise.
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ensabrenoir
Urobulos
Would have been somewhat pointless even if SLI was supported. Three 750Ti cost 450$ and for that might as well buy a 780 and save yourself one slot and hassle with SLI. The only thing the 750Tis would have over that is power consumption and, maybe, noise.
Seen 750's going for little over $120 where i live and two with a decent overclock would be fun. The point of sli and xfire is to use low end cards combined to match or surpass high end. Given whats fun to me would be a hassle to others...the tweaking and pushing would be fun to me and fun doesnt have to be rational.
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#4
RCoon
Gaming Moderator
ensabrenoir
Seen 750's going for little over $120 where i live and two with a decent overclock would be fun. The point of sli and xfire is to use low end cards combined to match or surpass high end. Given whats fun to me would be a hassle to others...the tweaking and pushing would be fun to me and fun doesnt have to be rational.
Lack of total VRAM wouldn't be ideal for high end gaming though.
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#5
RejZoR
It's gonna be loud. I had the HD4850 with similar thin cooler design and it was a bit sucky.
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#6
Nordic
RejZoR
It's gonna be loud. I had the HD4850 with similar thin cooler design and it was a bit sucky.
Did your 4850 use 30w?
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#7
dj-electric
james888
Did your 4850 use 30w?
lol, true. Not 30, but about 55 at load.

Although, HD 4850 had a pretty dense copper spike array in side.
Still, 55W vs 110W+

Will it be loud? most chances that it will, yes.
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#8
RejZoR
There is no way 750Ti uses only 30W under load...
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#9
1d10t
Fan unit is complete disaster and utter crap...$150 card and 50 cents fan?Eminem fan will surely laughed at this...
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#10
ensabrenoir
RejZoR
It's gonna be loud. I had the HD4850 with similar thin cooler design and it was a bit sucky.
Was thinking the same.... but the 750's are verry low power and with that metal housing i'm thinking to help disperse heat that fan shouldn't spin up too much. This card ain't aimed for intense usage so that fan could ruin it
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Nordic
RejZoR
There is no way 750Ti uses only 30W under load...
I just fact checked myself. W1zzards testing shows ~50watts average during gaming. I just know that in 750ti bios you can unlock the power from a stock 30w to 60w which is where I got my reasoning.
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#12
GhostRyder
This is what I wanted to see from the beginning when I first saw the 750ti!

This is going to be cool, can't wait to see some reviews on this version!
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#13
Casecutter
Hum, a single slot 750Ti it's alright..., but not all any stretch. Would hope to see more half-height, single slots, but oddly such form-factor even as 750 spec are far and in-between . For all its lower TDP, and micro/M-ATX being so fashionable, I can't reason why every big name AIB isn't all over Maxwell and producing more of such cards that where they can ask higher margins. Seems there's a couple of the more the boutique card names doing it, but why aren't more AIB taking full-advantage of such hypothetical merits Maxwell’s?
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#14
Assimilator
It's so cute! But they should've rather gone with 1x DVI + 1x full-size HDMI + 1x DisplayPort.
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#15
GorbazTheDragon
Urobulos
Would have been somewhat pointless even if SLI was supported. Three 750Ti cost 450$ and for that might as well buy a 780 and save yourself one slot and hassle with SLI. The only thing the 750Tis would have over that is power consumption and, maybe, noise.
Just the fact that it's SLI is inherently the problem. At least for someone who takes gaming seriously as competition, stuttery garbage is the last thing I want.
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#16
lZKoce
Casecutter
Hum, a single slot 750Ti it's alright..., but not all any stretch. Would hope to see more half-height, single slots, but oddly such form-factor even as 750 spec are far and in-between . For all its lower TDP, and micro/M-ATX being so fashionable, I can't reason why every big name AIB isn't all over Maxwell and producing more of such cards that where they can ask higher margins. Seems there's a couple of the more the boutique card names doing it, but why aren't more AIB taking full-advantage of such hypothetical merits Maxwell’s?
Half height and Low profile is a hard combo to come by as you pointed yourself. I don't think it can be handled thermally. A bit back Palit gts450 , probably the only LP card with a blower type of cooling, had it's own sticker on it: carefull hot surface. They knew what's gonna happen.

There is a LP 750 Ti from KFA2 (Galaxy) with a 2-slot cooler though. There isn't much effort into LP cooling. Probably the market is too small. I guess you can fit a cheaper AIO with a bracket on it and would do wonders. The mounting holes are usually the same as on the bigger counterparts.

That's one of the reasons I get so annoyed when there's only one slot on LP cases. Even IF you use a single slot LP card, there's no room to breathe.
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#17
bim27142
Too long for my Jonsbo U1 case (modded to fit a single slot GPU)... this is almost perfect... "almost"... :) I think I'll just have to proceed with a "transplant" project I guess (inspired by TH).
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#18
rhythmeister
Necro post, yes, BUT I was hoping somebody on this planet could help me locate this or the Galaxy variant of this card as an upgrade to an ageing HD 7750!
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#19
xorbe
rhythmeister
Necro post, yes, BUT I was hoping somebosdy on this planet could help me locate this or the Galaxy variant of this card as an upgrade to an ageing HD 7750!
The Elsa is from Japan I believe.
http://kakaku.com/item/K0000691092/
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#21
xorbe
rhythmeister
Ah, now I need a translator or the location of the Galaxy version!
Here's a direct link to their top listing, might help. It's a separate login from USA and UK.
www.amazon.co.jp/dp/B00NA309A0
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#22
rhythmeister
I think I'll be creating wanted threads on lots of computing forums :laugh:
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