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ASUS GTX 750 OC 1 GB

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Today, NVIDIA also launched the GeForce GTX 750, which is similar to the GTX 750 Ti, just with fewer shaders and lower clocks. The ASUS GTX 750 OC is overclocked out of the box to provide some extra performance while still being power efficient, cool, and quiet.

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$10 more and you can get the Ti version. o_O

EDIT: Also ASUS messed up the idle clocks somewhere (probably with their PCB design) now that it uses more power than the Ti version.
 
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Well, 28% improved perf/w over a 260X (basically the same size Dia), but the same overall summary performance and 6% worse perf/$. It needs to have a better BfB equation to take any real foot hold. This hardly custom OC (3-4%) card should’ve been a $130 part, as they didn't gussie it up with any great level of cooler or other components.
 
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$10 more and you can get the Ti version. o_O

EDIT: Also ASUS messed up the idle clocks somewhere (probably with their PCB design) now that it uses more power than the Ti version.

The stock 750Ti uses a lot of 1.038v and 1.175v, whereas this ASUS 750 (non-Ti) uses a lot of 1.063v and 1.200v
 
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Is there a reference 750 review in the pipeline?
 

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The stock 750Ti uses a lot of 1.038v and 1.175v, whereas this ASUS 750 (non-Ti) uses a lot of 1.063v and 1.200v

Ah, that explains it. Thanks.
 

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Is there a reference 750 review in the pipeline?
No, NVIDIA said they are not sampling reference design cards, even after I told them the ASUS card might not show the awesome efficiency NVIDIA wants to display.

I'm hoping I can find a reference design or at least reference clocked card to buy, so I can include its results in our graphics card comparisons
 
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No, NVIDIA said they are not sampling reference design cards, even after I told them the ASUS card might not show the awesome efficiency NVIDIA wants to display.

I'm hoping I can find a reference design or at least reference clocked card to buy, so I can include its results in our graphics card comparisons

It messes up my xlsx chart when TPU doesn't have a review of the stock clock model. :( :p For instance, GTX 560 SE ...
 
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No, NVIDIA said they are not sampling reference design cards, even after I told them the ASUS card might not show the awesome efficiency NVIDIA wants to display.

I'm hoping I can find a reference design or at least reference clocked card to buy, so I can include its results in our graphics card comparisons

Well that's weird to say the least. I mean like especially the bolded part. After I read your ref 750Ti review I was quite looking forward to see the ref 750, especially the power side of things. Came back later to just see the Asus one and I immediately went to pg 23 only to be disappointed by the numbers the Asus gave you. Such a shame really.
But thanks anyway. Hope you can find a ref card. :)
 
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That would have to be the ugliest video card I have ever seen.
What was the ASUS design team smoking ?
Must be some really good stuff.
 
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