The mid-range graphics card market has seen a lot of action as of late, with an infusion of new products and the discontinuation of popular previous-gen products. Last week it was AMD’s turn to announce a new card—the $150 Radeon R7 265—and with its arrival also came a price cut on the Radeon R7 260X, which can now be had for as low as $129, though the MSRP has been reduced to $119. Today is NVIDIA’s turn to introduce a new mid-range graphics card. But unlike AMD’s re-brand and soft-launch, NVIDIA is at the ready with a brand-new GPU architecture and cards should be hitting store shelves immediately. The new GeForce GTX 750 Ti and GeForce GTX 750 are the first graphics cards in NVIDIA’s line-up to feature the company’s Maxwell GPU architecture, which is an evolution of Kepler that’s designed to deliver higher performance and power efficiency...
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 Ti Maxwell GPU Review
its just a new card with low power consumption.. other than that its just another video card.. nothing special..
"The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 Ti - $149 MSRP"
If only it were true!! lol Typo in the description of a pic on the last page! D'oh!
Anyway, i'm a little disappointed in the performance of this card, however the performance per watt is rather impressive!
Corrected that, thanks. And I agree. Perf per watt is what the Maxwell arch is all about. If you consider what this $150 card can do, imagine what the high-end GPUs will do and in a their projected power envelopes.
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So this is the Nvidia card to use the MaxWell arch right? Efficient but nothing to too grand. Not a bad card though. At least it's a bump it Video Memory from the 750
I suppose it's a decent budget card if you combine it with an APU
I have SLI GXI 560 TI's - what's the best upgrade for this pair of cards? Would love to stay sub $500 for 2, but 780 TI seems a bit lower end than what I can afford and I want to go for a couple/few). Thanks for any recommendations!
Would rather be having a 780 and spending more. But if your on a budget. This is nice for sure!
Very good for the price
Awesome Review/Card Thumbs up!
I agree totally that this card is good for the money IF you do not want to upgrade your PSU, or just like running a lower powered Eco-Friendly system.
There will be a 760ti? When ?
Already out but only to OEMs...
cant wait to see the video card line with the maxwell gpu
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