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EVGA GeForce GTX 750 Ti FTW 2GB PCIe Graphics Card @ £99.97 on PCWorld.co.uk

£99.97 @ PC World
If this is the model that I think it is being sold by Currys/PCWorld, then it's the cheapest I've seen it go for online!.. If you're after a good mid range GPU for yourself or as a gift for someone th… Read More
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2y, 6m agoFound 2 years, 6 months ago
If this is the model that I think it is being sold by Currys/PCWorld, then it's the cheapest I've seen it go for online!.. If you're after a good mid range GPU for yourself or as a gift for someone then this has got to be the best choice for an upgrade!..

The EVGA 2 GB GeForce GTX 750 Ti PCIe Graphics Card gives you stunning visuals, exceptional frame rates and the smoothest gaming possible.

Game on

With 2 GB of dedicated graphics memory and a blazingly fast clock speed of 1189 MHz, the GTX 750 Ti gives you the power and efficiency you've always desired, making this model the gamer's ultimate weapon.

The next-gen architecture has been built to handle the most demanding titles in Full HD 1080p. EVGA's GPU has been designed for maximum performance in the latest DirectX 11 games, delivering up to 25% better performance than previous generation cards.

Powerhouse graphics

The GeForce GTX 750 Ti comes fully loaded with GeForce GTX gaming technologies such as NVIDIA GameStream, G-Sync and GeForce Experience, which combine to produce a best-in-class gaming experience.

The revolutionary G-Sync technology eliminates screen tearing to produce the crispest and most responsive gaming experience.

Triumphant technology

GPU Boost monitors advanced settings like temperature target, overclocking and overvoltage to ensure the graphics component brings out the best in every game.

At high frame rates, Adaptive V-Sync is enabled to eliminate tearing but turns off at low frame rates to prevent stuttering. This delivers a much smoother gaming experience, leaving you free to immerse yourself in the action.

A number of games support Anti-Aliasing. This allows post-processing graphics improvement and provides even higher fidelity graphics. Fast Approximate Anti-Aliasing technology flattens jagged edges to deliver smooth lines with minimal impact to performance.

More graphics convenience

With outputs including DVI, HDMI and a DisplayPort you can integrate this premium graphics card as you please.

The PCI-E 3.0 connection helps to provide some of the quickest data transfer, and NVIDIA 3D Vision Surround support makes it simple to enjoy Full HD 3D gaming across multiple screens.

Bring more to your gaming experience with the commanding EVGA 2 GB GeForce GTX 750 Ti PCIe Graphics Card.
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#1
Great deal! I bought the gtx 750 for the same price :(
#2
Excellent deal if you've got a Zoostorm, Dell, HP or similar with a 300w PSU and you want to do some gaming.
#3
I have a now-aging GTX 650Ti (slightly OC'ed) and was considering upgrading to optimise my Inquisition experience. I'm not sure this is enough of a jump to justify the outlay.
#4
I was in a similar position with a Dell XPS desktop that was knocking on a bit and decided it was not really worth money being spent on it so took the plunge and bought a new PC.

But for a mid-range gaming card with low(ish) power consumption this is a decent price.

Edited By: riccom on Dec 11, 2014 15:26
#5
Says out of stock...
#6
Whoopsies, I never looked whether it was in stock or not, my bad!.. LOL :P
#7
Looks like it's back in stock over here in East Midlands!..
#8
apologies for being thick but I can't see anywhere if this is a low profile card or not?
#9
Dave_dave69
apologies for being thick but I can't see anywhere if this is a low profile card or not?
NOPE, the cooler should give you a BIG clue!.. :P LOL
1 Like #10
trueno2k
Dave_dave69
apologies for being thick but I can't see anywhere if this is a low profile card or not?
NOPE, the cooler should give you a BIG clue!.. :P LOL

:) thanks - I don't think it will even fit in my fridge!
#11
Thanks OP. Son been looking for an upgrade to his 6670.
1 Like #12
How is this not hot when http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/graphics-card-palit-gtx-750-ti-stormx-oc-2gb-92-99-ebuyer-2033230 got nearly 400 degrees? This is at least 15% faster than a "standard" 750 Ti, with very ample OC possibilities due to the ACX cooler.
#13
Mad_Mink_C
How is this not hot when http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/graphics-card-palit-gtx-750-ti-stormx-oc-2gb-92-99-ebuyer-2033230 got nearly 400 degrees? This is at least 15% faster than a "standard" 750 Ti, with very ample OC possibilities due to the ACX cooler.
Good GPU, shame the price has gone above £100, plus it doesn't look as bad ass as this GPU!..
#14
Mad_Mink_C
How is this not hot when http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/graphics-card-palit-gtx-750-ti-stormx-oc-2gb-92-99-ebuyer-2033230 got nearly 400 degrees? This is at least 15% faster than a "standard" 750 Ti, with very ample OC possibilities due to the ACX cooler.
Because the other one is cheaper and you can overclock all of them and it's luck as much as anything how far you can push them.
#15
Add a cheap item to take it over £100 then use the £10 off voucher to bring price down to around £90
#16
dom99
Add a cheap item to take it over £100 then use the £10 off voucher to bring price down to around £90
And where did you find this?
1 Like #17
This GPU is stock OCed to the max (for the 750ti), with better temperatures since the cooling is much better. It also has an (optional) PCIe 6 pin connector. Definitely more overclockable than the Palit. Looks better as well with the colour.
#18
Now OOS. Has anyone ordered and got dispatch notification? Or is it a misprice that is going to get cancelled.
#19
I'm afraid it looks like it has been removed from the website which means they should have stopped selling this model!.. :(
#20
I haven't heard anything yet, even though it is supposed to be delivered to the store for collection TODAY :|

I know it's not spectacularly cheap (Amazon sells it for £119) but still, if I ordered something I expect to get it.
#21
o2 moments always has £10 off £100 spend voucher codes, just download the O2 moments app if you have an O2 sim card. You also get a load of free stuff around Xmas time like free bike lock from halfords, free teas and coffees from places like cafe nero.
#22
Mad_Mink_C
I haven't heard anything yet, even though it is supposed to be delivered to the store for collection TODAY :|I know it's not spectacularly cheap (Amazon sells it for £119) but still, if I ordered something I expect to get it.

Just got an email asking me to collect.

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