NVIDIA GTX 750Ti - The New Weapon Of Choice!


Hey Y'all!

We've been lucky enough to get an exclusive hands on experience of the NVIDIA’s latest GPU, the GeForce GTX 750Ti. First off, a bit of background info and the key selling points of this new card:

Key selling points
  • Small - Not quite SFF but still small enough for most of our small cases.
  • Un-powered - The maximum it will use is 60w
  • Cheap to buy at around £100
  • Runs fairly cool at around 70c under full stress.
  • Good Performance - Suitable for most all-round performance vs. heat/power consumption.
  • Quiet operation. Whilst under full stress it wasn't even audible past the room ambience - even with the case side off.

Listed Features:
  • Release Date: 18/02/14
  • Price Tag: Approx £100
  • Power Consumption: 60w
  • GPU: Maxwell GM107-400
  • GPU Process: 28nm 148mm²
  • Core Clock: 1085MHz
  • Boost Clock: 1163MHz
  • Memory: 2GB GDDR5
  • Memory Clock: 5400MHz

In terms of power, this card is power friendly. Take a look at these comparisons of cards:

With these specs in mind, we set about putting the GTX 750Ti through some tests & benchmarks to see where it fits in the market and we were pleasantly surprised :yes:

Here is our test PC Specs:


AeroCool DS case
Corsair TX850M PSU
ASUS Maximus VI Impact
Intel i7-4770k CPU (No overclock set, just XMP profile for memory speed)
16GB Kingston Hyper X Ram, 1600MHz
Western Digital 1TB Caviar Black HDD
Corsair H60 Liquid Cooler

Cards tested with this setup:

AMD Radeon R7-260X

Programs Used to Test:

Unigine Valley








We see this card as an excellent budget GPU, that sits perfectly within NVIDIA’s current line up; GTX 650, GTX 750, GTX 750Ti, GTX 660, GTX 760.

Furthermore, the performance of the GTX 750Ti is noticeably better than AMD’s equivalent model, the Radeon R7-260X. Even though the R7-260X did perform better during some of the benchmarks, such as the Vertex Shader and Geometry Instancing, the key point to take in is that the GeForce GTX 750Ti was ahead in all our 3D tests, so is streets ahead in terms of gaming performance.

It's also worth noting that the GTX 750Ti doesn’t actually require a direct feed from the power supply, whereas the slower, power hungry R7-260X does. The GTX 750Ti uses almost half of the power the AMD equivalent uses, so you’ll be even saving on electricity bills!

The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750Ti is a great little card that is able to play the latest titles (BF4, COD and even the upcoming TitanFall), straight out of the box. At this price, it without doubt takes the crown as the ultimate budget GPU for gaming. Not only that, with its small footprint we’re sure it will be a key figure in a number of SFF rigs moving forward, and maybe even a Steam Machine (who knows?).

Check out our new range of PCs based on the GTX 750Ti, all available to order today - www.pcspecialist.co.uk/desktop-pcs/gtx-750-series/

What do you think? Discuss here


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Not noisy and low temps, i think it is a nice budget gpu especially for mini PCs. That's a great extensive review! Please continue doing them with future GPU releases :)