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EVGA NVIDIA GTX 750Ti SC 1176MHz (Boost 1255MHz) 5400MHz 2GB 128-bit GDDR5 HDMI DVI-I DP PCI-E Graphics Card

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  • NVIDIA TXAA Technology
  • NVIDIA GPU Boost 2.0
  • NVIDIA PhysX Technology
  • Microsoft DirectX 11.2 API (feature level 11_0) with Direct Compute 5.0 support
  • NVIDIA CUDA Technology
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Technical Details
BrandEVGA
Item Weight739 g
Product Dimensions40 x 25 x 6 cm
Item model number02G-P4-3753-KR
Screen Size6.7 inches
Graphics Card DescriptionEVGA Nvidia GTX 750Ti SC
Graphics RAM TypeDDR SDRAM
Graphics Card InterfacePCI-E
Wattage400 watts
  
Additional Information
ASINB00IGQ4Z3S
Best Sellers Rank 752 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight739 g
Date First Available11 Feb. 2014
  
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GTX 750 and GTX 750 Ti cards give you the gaming horsepower to take on today's most demanding titles in full 1080p HD. They deliver 25% more performance than previous-generation cards and up to twice the power efficiency thanks tothe next-generation NVIDIA Maxwell architecture. Plus, they come loaded with GeForce GTX gaming technologies like NVIDIA GameStream, G-SYNC, and GeForce ExperienceIf you're looking for hyper-realistic gameplay, stunning visuals, and exceptional value, this is your graphics card.

Box Contains

EVGA Driver/Software Disc
(1) DVI to VGA Adapter
EVGA Accessory Pack
User Guide

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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By I. R. Humphrey on 16 May 2014
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EVGA make some very nice hardware and this card is no exception. I tend to be of the opinion if it looks good on the outside it's good on the inside.

This is a remarkably compact card considering how powerful it is. It will run all the latest games quite easily if not on absolute maximum settings. If you're playing slightly older games you should easily be able to max out the graphics.

The power consumption is extremely low (60w) which means it should work in a fairly basic proprietary desktop PC with a 300w PSU - it doesn't require any supplementary power plugs.

It is also very quiet unlike some cards which sound like a jumbo jet taking off.

One of the clever features of the card is Adaptive V-sync - look up the Nvidia website for an explanation. This feature is not turned on by default - you need to go into the Nvidia control panel.

My system

Dell XPS 8700
CPU: i7 3.4-3.9Ghz
Memory: 8GB 1600Mhz
GPU: EVGA GTX750Ti
PSU: 460w
OS: Windows 8.1

Here are some benchmarks with the graphics set to High/Ultra:

Frames per second

BioShock Infinite Avg: 56.300 - Min: 49 - Max: 62
Farcry 3 Avg: 47.621 - Min: 24 - Max: 61
Blacklist Avg: 49.683 - Min: 44 - Max: 58
Hitman Absolution Avg: 49.567 - Min: 37 - Max: 61
Thief Avg: 53.083 - Min: 40 - Max: 63
Crysis Avg: 40.200 - Min: 32 - Max: 48
Crysis Warhead Avg: 35.300 - Min: 27 - Max: 42
Crysis2 Avg: 35.100 - Min: 27 - Max: 45

To sum up it's; good value, well made, performs extremely well and it's power efficient.

Highly recommended.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By James Black on 7 April 2014
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A great card if you want to cut back on your power usage while maintaining good frame rates. Ran this with a 4770K processor, 8GB of RAM and a 120GB SSD. The system idles in desktop at 44 Watts and peak power consumption during gameplay was 145 Watts. Tested in 3Dmark06 on full settings getting a score of 14280, compare this to a AMD 7790 cards score of 11353. This card does not require a 6 pin power connector but draws all its power from the PCI Express socket and at only 6 inches in length can fit in virtually any computer.
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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Northerns on 28 Mar. 2014
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I have had my Gaming PC for just over a year now and it's been absolutely amazing until a couple of months ago. I upgraded to this graphics card to replace my Ati Radeon HD 6670 which is by today's standards is very underpowered and low end. I have never before experienced 1080p gaming before, I used to have to lower my resolution to make the games playable. But, now I can play games at Maximum graphics settings (Including battlefield 3) at 1080p, at always over 40fps, even on the bigger 64 player servers! Always over 40 fps! Incredible!

Benchmarks with i5-3330 Quad Core CPU (1920 x 1080) and 8GB RAM

Battlefield 3 - Ultra settings 40-80 FPS
Skyrim - Ultra Settings 60-100 FPS (depending on the area you are in)
Planetside 2 - All high settings 60-80 FPS (Again, depending on environment and scale of battle)
Empire: Total War - Maximum settings - 190 - 300 FPS (Depending on environment and how close you are to the action)
Arma 3 - Very High settings - 50-70 FPS in towns, and 80-110 in forest or desert-ish area)
DayZ Standalone - Very High Preset settings - 30-80 FPS (Depending on environment)

Hope those benchmarks help!

IMPORTANT CONSIDERATION: This card does not come with a code for a downloadable game as specified in the questions section above! Does come with a poster though... Just what I always wanted...

I was absolutely astounded at what this card can do considering the price and the fact that it does not require an extra power connector (which is great because my PSU doesn't have a spare PCIe power cable).

Specs:
CPU: i5-3330 Quad Core @ 3.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Harley george on 13 May 2014
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This card is perfect for the people who feel like giving their pc a bit of a kick...

1. It runs perfectly fine on a 300w psu (so it does not need to be 400w+ like it says).

2. On these games I hit a solid 60fps in 1080p max settings in most places and it rarely went sub 40fps; skyrim, borderlands 1/2, mass effect 1/2/3, total war shogun 2 and rome 2, soulstorm, command and conquer and dawn of war 2.

3. In farcry 3 on med-high settings it was hitting 50-60fps however when molotovs, guns, cars and explosions were happening it went as low as 20fps.. not bad still for the price.

4. Arma 2 dayz mod, arma 3 and dayz standalone were on 1080p low to mid were hitting 47fps max when exploring however when in major cities or in an intense gun fight it dropped to as low as 17fps... dont be swayed by this however because even high end pc's struggle to get a solid 50fps+ in medium plus settings.

All of these figures were made on a £200 hp pc with;
Amd a8 5800 apu
4gb Ram (non specified)
1tb hdd
1case fan
And a 300w stock hp power supply.
So nothing powerful or special...

So on a really cheap home pc spend £130 on this card rather than £700 on a gaming pc and you will have yourself a really cheap reasonably high performance rig that is deffinately a great starting point for entry level pc gamers with a tighter budget.

Get this card sling it in your cheap tower and play the games right!

Happy gaming :)
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