MSI GTX750Ti Gaming Review
We saw some good clock speeds set by the MSI OC switch, but manually you can get a huge result, up to 1220MHz stock, 1298MHz Boost, although most importantly the cooling performance of the Twin Frozr means that the nVidia GPU Boost 2.0 could squeeze even more out of the little MSI, topping out at 1363.7MHz. Stunning.
Lastly an indication of how well the MSI Gaming card performs at both stock and overclocked when compared to the ASUS overclocked. The MSI GTX750Ti Gaming is good no matter what you throw at it, and the extra boost thanks to the awesome cooler only emphasises its position at the top of the tree.
During the filming of our video review we noticed that a few things had been changed with Afterburner Beta and the drivers for the 750 Ti. In real terms all this enabled us to do was push our base clock past the 1220MHz limit we had before. Without adjusting any voltages we managed to match the 1285 base clock that we got with the Asus and felt that this was a fair place to stop pushing so we had a good like for like comparison. Once the GPU Boost 2 had done its job the MSI pushed pass the 1349MHz maximum of the Asus up to a stupid 1413.5MHz! This is a completely stable clock, without any extra voltage and without a power connector on the card..... Madness.