EVGA Launches GTX 750 and GTX 750 SC With 2GB GDDR5

Subject: Graphics Cards | March 3, 2014 - 07:33 PM |
Tagged: nvidia, maxwell, gtx 750, evga

EVGA recently launched two new GTX 750 graphics cards with 2GB of GDDR5 memory. The new cards include a reference clocked GTX 750 2GB and a factory overclocked GTX 750 2GB SC (Super Clocked).

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The new graphics cards are based around NVIDIA’s GTX 750 GPU with 512 Maxwell architecture CUDA cores. The GTX 750 is the little brother to the GTX 750 Ti we recently reviewed which has 640 cores. EVGA has clocked the GTX 750 2GB card’s GPU at reference clockspeeds of 1020 MHz base and 1085 MHz boost and memory at a reference speed of 1253 MHz. The “Super Clocked” GTX 750 2GB SC card keeps the memory at reference speeds but overclocks the GPU quite a bit to 1215 MHz base and 1294 MHz boost.

  EVGA GTX 750 2GB EVGA GTX 750 2GB Super Clocked
GPU 512 CUDA Cores (Maxwell) 512 CUDA Cores (Maxwell)
-    GPU Base 1020 MHz 1215 MHz
-    GPU Boost 1085 MHz 1294 MHz
Memory 2 GB GDDR5 @ 1253 MHz on 128-bit bus
I/O
1 x DVI, 1 x HDMI, 1 x DP
TDP 55W 55W
Price $129.99 $139.99

Both cards have a 55W TDP sans any PCI-E power connector and utilize a single shrouded fan heatsink. The cards are short but occupy two PCI slots. The rear panel hosts one DVI, one HDMI, and one DisplayPort video output along with ventilation slots for the HSF. Further, the cards both support NVIDIA’s G-Sync technology.

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The reference clocked GTX 750 2GB is $129.99 while the factory overclocked model is $139.99. Both cards are similar to their respective predecessors except for the additional 1GB of GDDR5 memory which comes at a $10 premium and should will help a bit at high resolutions.

Source: EVGA
March 3, 2014 | 09:43 PM - Posted by arbiter

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