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Galaxy Designs Supremely Overkill GeForce GTX 750 Ti HOF Graphics Card

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Is this like how companies make concept cars but never make loads of them or this supposed to actually take off somewhere?
If it's the former then I hope they reach an obscene clock, like 1.6ghz or some shit


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This has got me inspired to buy a 750Ti and just overclock it as far as I can, just to see what this first Maxwell chip is capable of!
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from a china market perspective it could make sense like:
nvidia has a "fixed price" per gpu.... but the chinese market is flooded with cheap cards thus you need:
1. differentiate from other or no selling point
2. use any resource you have to get the most of the gpu you get as "a bare BGA Tray Chip"
3. as resources around it are cheaper in china just slap a monster cooler on it why not...

it might be possible that even if it just runs a little faster than stock, this card makes sense on a different market

Do the give warrenty some years?
Do they sell only in PR China or also on Taiwan/Korean/Japanese Market?
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I don't think this is a bad idea for Galaxy to sell a card like this. The 750 ti series can oc on air anywhere between 1250-1500 MHz gpu core and 1300-1600 MHz memory ranges.
Looks like the card has a stable 1407 Mhz gpu clock, pretty impressive!! Check the article/review here.