Discussion in 'Reviews' started by W1zzard, Feb 17, 2014.
To read this review go to: http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/ASUS/GTX_750_OC/
$10 more and you can get the Ti version.
EDIT: Also ASUS messed up the idle clocks somewhere (probably with their PCB design) now that it uses more power than the Ti version.
Well, 28% improved perf/w over a 260X (basically the same size Dia), but the same overall summary performance and 6% worse perf/$. 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.
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
Is there a reference 750 review in the pipeline?
Ah, that explains it. Thanks.
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. For instance, GTX 560 SE ...
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.
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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