ASUS GTX750 Ti Review

Introduction and Technical Specifications

ASUS GTX750Ti Review


There was a lot to like about the nVidia GTX750Ti when we reviewed it the other day. The Maxwell architecture promised an improvement to power consumption and delivered in spades. Or Watts. Performance was decent if unspectacular but we knew that it was being limited by the cooler. The nVidia GPU Boost 2.0 is now so effective that overclocking cards manually is becoming pointless, yet you require a great cooling solution to maximise the potential of this technology.

Enter ASUS who have applied their twin-fan design to the GTX750Ti and brought us a card that not only looks much beefier, but potentially will unlock the performance of the Maxwell GPU.

Technical Specifications

As we've only just looked at the GTX750Ti we'll do a relatively brief overview of the ASUS card today, so see what performance improvements it can bring. Out of the box it brings a 52MHz improvement to the base clock, and a 65MHz increase on the boost clock.

- Core Clock: 1072MHz
- Core Boost Clock: 1150MHz
- Memory: 2048MB GDDR5
- Memory Clock: 5400MHz
- Memory Interface: 128-Bit
- Processing Cores: 640
- Bus Type: PCI-Express GEN 3.0
- Display Connectors: 2x DVI, 1x HDMI
- HDCP Capable
- DirectX 11.2
- OpenGL 4.4
- PhysX Enabled
- CUDA Enabled
- 3D Vision Enabled
- NVIDIA Surround Enabled
- 1x 6-Pin PCIe Power
- Warranty: 3 Years 

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Most Recent Comments

07-03-2014, 13:25:49

Not bad for a lower end card.
I think there is a typo in the AVP graph for the Club3D 7950 Royal King though.

EDIT: No typo, just seems the 7950 royal king got worse performance than all the other 7950s in AVP for some reason. The HIS 7950 got 78fps for example.Quote

07-03-2014, 14:11:33

Regarding the strange placement of the power connector, if you look at the PCB, you'll notice the GPU is towards the back of the card and power delivery circuitry is near the power connector.

If they wanted to place the power connector where it normally is, it would have meant running metal tracks almost the full length of the PCB carrying a reasonable amount of current which wouldn't be a good idea really.Quote

07-03-2014, 22:18:40

That you reached a firmware limit in the overclock is interesting. I hope they will change this in a later update if its not a core restriction. IF thats the case right across the board for Maxwell cards then it could be an exciting time for GFX card overclockingQuote

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