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NVIDIA EVGA GTX 750 TI SuperClocked 2GB gddr5 - @ Dabs £111.98 delivered
NVIDIA EVGA GTX 750 TI SuperClocked 2GB gddr5 - @ Dabs £111.98 delivered

NVIDIA EVGA GTX 750 TI SuperClocked 2GB gddr5 - @ Dabs £111.98 delivered

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This is SuperClocked version - Base Clock: 1176 MHz
Boost Clock: 1255 MHz, compare with standard - 1020MHz and 1085MHz. Aprox. 15% more powerfull then other 750ti version. One of the best budget, video cards you can get. Only good feedback all over internet

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Original Poster

Possibly 2% cashback with TCB and Quidco.

cold

better card for cheaper

For a new 750ti, there isnt much better around, and certainly not at this price point. Good find, if someone needs a 750ti this is probably the one to go for.

Particularly for mITX builds limited by space.
Edited by: "HertzVR" 12th Jan 2015

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thebuyer

coldbetter card for cheaper



it is cheaper, but please read description 1st - 1033MHz/1111MHz - that's where the catch is People don't bother to read. Price is what they going for.

Edited by: "Kill8ill" 12th Jan 2015

Good price but I think you should hold out to the new amd lines

Kill8ill

it is cheaper, but please read description 1st - 1033MHz/1111MHz - … it is cheaper, but please read description 1st - 1033MHz/1111MHz - that's where the catch is People don't bother to read. Price is what they going for.



Overclock it?

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chapchap

Overclock it?


Generally non reference are pretty close to their max MHz unless you watercolor

deanc555

Good price but I think you should hold out to the new amd lines


the 750ti normally works without extra power and a 350/400 watt normally would do.
for the GPU benchmark score combined with power usage, doubt amd will match that for a while.

HertzVR

For a new 750ti, there isnt much better around, and certainly not at this … For a new 750ti, there isnt much better around, and certainly not at this price point. Good find, if someone needs a 750ti this is probably the one to go for.Particularly for mITX builds limited by space.



Is this a low profile model?

deanc555

Good price but I think you should hold out to the new amd lines



GTX 960 is getting released some time this month (26th iirc? not 100% sure), probably better to wait for that. AMD have alot of ground to make up when it comes to the efficiency of Maxwell.

Dave_dave69

Is this a low profile model?



Not that I can see, but there are low profile versions of the 750ti around. Which would be unthinkable for equivalent cards just a few years back. I think I read the low profile version doesnt come with a proper low profile bracket (which is bonkers), but it can be done...

Joooordaaaaaaan

GTX 960 is getting released some time this month (26th iirc? not 100% … GTX 960 is getting released some time this month (26th iirc? not 100% sure), probably better to wait for that. AMD have alot of ground to make up when it comes to the efficiency of Maxwell.




I'm keen to see the 960 too, but suspect it will be stuck twixt and between. The 970 seems too good value at the c.£230 price or so they often come up as, I cant see where the 960 will fit.

HertzVR

Not that I can see, but there are low profile versions of the 750ti … Not that I can see, but there are low profile versions of the 750ti around. Which would be unthinkable for equivalent cards just a few years back. I think I read the low profile version doesnt come with a proper low profile bracket (which is bonkers), but it can be done...



thanks

cheapest low profile I can find ebuyer.com/666…wcB


Nvidia GeForce GTX 750Ti GPU
2GB GDDR5 Memory
PCI-Express Interface
Includes Low Profile Brackets


£106.70 inc. vat

Edited by: "Dave_dave69" 12th Jan 2015

deanc555

CommentGenerally non reference are pretty close to their max MHz unless … CommentGenerally non reference are pretty close to their max MHz unless you watercolor



In my experience,and with all the different GPUs I have had ( and overclocked all of them) I don't agree. Not saying water cooling isn't important when you really want to go sky high but you can easily push most cards 10/20%.

HertzVR

Particularly for mITX builds limited by space.



The description says this requires an additional expansion slot and the picture also shows it as being dual slot so it's not going to fit in anything except the largest ~10L+ Mini-ITX cases that have the second slot to support DTX boards.

lovelycuppatea

the 750ti normally works without extra power and a 350/400 watt normally … the 750ti normally works without extra power and a 350/400 watt normally would do.for the GPU benchmark score combined with power usage, doubt amd will match that for a while.

Well I think what you meant was that if you install a 750ti in your rig it will use extra power but will not require you to have pcie power connectors.

EndlessWaves

The description says this requires an additional expansion slot and the … The description says this requires an additional expansion slot and the picture also shows it as being dual slot so it's not going to fit in anything except the largest ~10L+ Mini-ITX cases that have the second slot to support DTX boards.



My case is exactly 10L, but is limited by the shortest dimensions of course. A 17cm card like this is perfect, the dual slot not an issue on cube cases or similar.

I'm sure you are right about some more media focussed cases, but for alot of mITX builds this would be great.

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deanc555

CommentGenerally non reference are pretty close to their max MHz unless … CommentGenerally non reference are pretty close to their max MHz unless you watercolor

deanc555

CommentGenerally non reference are pretty close to their max MHz unless … CommentGenerally non reference are pretty close to their max MHz unless you watercolor



Maybe 6 years ago or AMD but that's certainly not the case with nvidia anymore. The 750, ti and 9 series cards are easily overclocking without changing the cooler. I'd personally get a cheaper card and overclock yourself.

lovelycuppatea

the 750ti normally works without extra power and a 350/400 watt normally … the 750ti normally works without extra power and a 350/400 watt normally would do.for the GPU benchmark score combined with power usage, doubt amd will match that for a while.



I dunno... They're rumoured to be using a 20nm production node. That would (if true) be a much lower power design.
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