Thursday, December 17th 2015

BIOSTAR Announces GeForce GTX 750 Ti OC Graphics Card

BIOSTAR is proud to bring gamers the best in performance and value and brings both to gamers with its GeForce GTX 750 Ti graphics card for mainstream gaming. Powered by the high-efficiency Maxwell architechture, the BIOSTAR GeForce GAMING GTX 750 Ti OC delivers stunning visuals with low power draw. Complimented by 2GB of GDDR5 on a 128-bit wide bus, you can play the latest games smoothly thanks to this Special GAMING OC revision designed to meet competitive gamers' needs, its 640 CUDA cores are factory overclocked to 1127Mhz with a Boost frequency of 1178Mhz for that extra kick.

The FPS unique dual-fan cooling design helps keep the GTX 750 Ti OC cool and running in top condition while looking the part as well. Designed to complement the BIOSTAR GAMING line of motherboards. The BIOSTAR GeForce GAMING GTX 750 Ti OC supports multiple displays via dual DVI and mini-HDMI output. Enjoy a higher level of gaming with the higher clocks thanks to BIOSTAR's GAMING OC. Faster than reference clock speeds improves gameplay by shifting the GTX 750 Ti to overdrive, churning out more frame rates for a smoother gaming experience.
Keeping your card cool is important to get the most out of your card. The new BIOSTAR GAMING FPS design cooler cools the full-sized PCB card and maintain ideal temperatures. Quiet operation also ensures no distraction so you can game in full immersion without worrying about noisy fans.

For more info on the GEFORCE 750Ti GAMING/OC visit this page.
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16 Comments on BIOSTAR Announces GeForce GTX 750 Ti OC Graphics Card

#2
Fabio Bologna
Exactly what I was thinking... I mean... WHAT??? It wasn't also a particularly great card to be honest! I fyou're a poor guy, like I am, you couldn't even buy one and then later on down the line add another one for sli!! :(
Don't really know what to say about this "news"...
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#3
john_
Not again. Biostar is announcing this card every 3 months and they always show this card as a new card that can be used together with their latest motherboard.

btarunr, just check older Biostar's PRs about this 750Ti and older Biostar's PRs about motherboard+gpu combos.

This is an old card.
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#4
silentbogo
That is super-late. I own an MSI 750Ti Gaming and this year I already feel that I am pushing its limits. Not sure if Pascal will bring some lower-end cards on the market, but at this moment you should only invest in this card if you are on a super-tight budget, or need a low-power solution.

GTX950 costs only $40 more, but gives on average +40% performance boost in 1080p. It also supports 2-way SLI, which makes it far more superior comparing to 750Ti, no matter how far you push GPU clocks.

I purchased my card at the beginning of this year for ~$80 used, and already gave it its run for the money. It might be OK for another year or so, but I think I will upgrade much sooner: almost all titles I've purchased on Steam in 2015 only run at medium/low settings in order to provide playable 50+FPS ().

Don't get me wrong, 750Ti is an excellent card, but for a new PC or a GPU upgrade it is not good or cost-effective.
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#5
revanchrist
LMAO looking at the posts above. You guys have never heard of the "new" 750Ti do you? All those recently manufactured 750 Tis had been upgraded with a cutdown GM206 from a GM107. Yes its 640 cores is still weaker than a 950's 768 cores and 960's 1024 cores but still it's more powerful than the old 750 Ti while still retaining the same power envelope and also same price of course. Undeniably it's a shitty card for people with a shitty psu, but at least this company Biostar is not trolling around with an almost two years old card.
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#6
john_
revanchrist
LMAO looking at the posts above. You guys have never heard of the "new" 750Ti do you? All those recently manufactured 750 Tis had been upgraded with a cutdown GM206 from a GM107. Yes its 640 cores is still weaker than a 950's 768 cores and 960's 1024 cores but still it's more powerful than the old 750 Ti while still retaining the same power envelope and also same price of course. Undeniably it's a shitty card for people with a shitty psu, but at least this company Biostar is not trolling around with an almost two years old card.
LMAO at yourself and your arrogance. Not only VR75T5XUX1 is an old model, but also it is not a 750 but a 750Ti if you haven't noticed. Only 750s with 512 CUDA cores have an updated version with Maxwell 2 architecture. 750Ti doesn't have a new version with a GM206 GPU.

Biostar IS trolling and probably you too. Just two examples

BIOSTAR Targets Gamers with Budget-Friendly GeForce GTX 750 Ti - Industry News - Overclockers Club 24 Feb 2015
Biostar Intros Gaming Z97X - GTX 750TI Combo Bundle November 5, 2015

The same card in every PR.
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#7
silentbogo
revanchrist
LMAO looking at the posts above. You guys have never heard of the "new" 750Ti do you? All those recently manufactured 750 Tis had been upgraded with a cutdown GM206 from a GM107. Yes its 640 cores is still weaker than a 950's 768 cores and 960's 1024 cores but still it's more powerful than the old 750 Ti while still retaining the same power envelope and also same price of course. Undeniably it's a shitty card for people with a shitty psu, but at least this company Biostar is not trolling around with an almost two years old card.
So far it was only confirmed for GTX 750, not the Ti.
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#8
revanchrist
john_
LMAO at yourself and your arrogance. Not only VR75T5XUX1 is an old model, but also it is not a 750 but a 750Ti if you haven't noticed. Only 750s with 512 CUDA cores have an updated version with Maxwell 2 architecture. 750Ti doesn't have a new version with a GM206 GPU.

Biostar IS trolling and probably you too. Just two examples

BIOSTAR Targets Gamers with Budget-Friendly GeForce GTX 750 Ti - Industry News - Overclockers Club 24 Feb 2015
Biostar Intros Gaming Z97X - GTX 750TI Combo Bundle November 5, 2015

The same card in every PR.
Of course you're right. Biostar must have made a mistake putting the spec and name of 750 Ti on the product page linked in the article. And they must be trolling around for putting the SLI logo on that product page too. You're absolutely right.
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#9
silentbogo
VR75T5XUX1 was announced a lot earlier. It first appeared on the Biostar website around a year ago and was "announced" on several occasions between Jan. 2015 Dec. 2014 and today.

http://www.techpowerup.com/218392/biostar-announces-geforce-gtx-750-ti-oc-graphics-card.html
http://www.techpowerup.com/209378/biostar-outs-geforce-gtx-750-ti-gaming-oc-graphics-card.html

In either case, there was never mentioned transition to Maxwell 2.0, nor implementing SLI support.
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#10
LTUGamer
I have noticed that sometimes local offices sends PR's after introducing product it new market. For example first PR appears in product debut day, the second one outs when product reaches European branch.

I hope that it happens. I would like to see Biostar graphics cards in Europe because now only motherboards are available here
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#11
xorbe
Yah I did a search on this last night when the article was posted. The card was announced almost a year ago in other markets. This is just a regional introduction. It's not a new sku.
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#12
peche
Thermaltake fanboy
whats the problem having budget saver combos?
stop complaining and bring more interesting news .... o_O
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#13
Chloe Price
peche
whats the problem having budget saver combos?
stop complaining and bring more interesting news .... o_O
IMO the price/performance ratio isn't just anymore what it used to be when talking about 750Ti..
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#15
silentbogo
It is not even a regional introduction, just a marketing push for Z170Z5 combo from last month. The only thing that bothers me is that the entire Maxwell lineup was announced a year ago, yet I am still unable to find a single place where I could buy any.

For the sake of satisfying my own curiosity I decided to check the "source".
http://www.biostar.com.tw/app/en/news/news.php?S_ID=233
... in regards of GM206 debate:
The BIOSTAR GeForce GTX750Ti:
In BIOSTAR's GeForce GTX 750 Ti using NVIDIA's first-generation "Maxwell" architecture, there are a number of architectural enhancements designed to extract even more performance per watt consumed. In fact, there is 35% more performance per CUDA Core on shader-limited workloads delivered.
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#16
schuck6566
I honestly think if I had the power,i'd drop the $170.00 on THIS puppy before a 750ti. If only 'cause it seems more likely to have better driver support for games. http://www.game-debate.com/hardware/index.php?gid=3006&graphics=GeForce GTX 960 Asus Turbo OC 2GB Edition BTW, Biostar states on their page that their Super GTX750ti uses "First generation Maxwell Technology" ""In BIOSTAR's GeForce GTX 750 Ti using NVIDIA's first-generation "Maxwell" architecture, there are a number of architectural enhancements designed to extract even more performance per watt consumed. In fact, there is 35% more performance per CUDA Core"" BUT EVERY GTX 750ti I checked(asus,evga,Gigabyte) Used THIS Maxwell GM107-400-A2 gpu processor. NOTICE MAXWELL?
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