Evga Introduces GTX 750 2GB FTW Graphics Card

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Phillip Wager

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still think the 660 is the best bang for your buck at this price point considering i've seen them as low as 170; Also ive seen amd 7850s for 150 as well but the 750 does fill the niche of someone with a low end prebuilt system that needs good graphics but couldn't afford to also upgrade their power supply to accommodate high end graphics. i don't see a point in this EVGA unless you are just diehard nvidia/evga fan and you just want the best you can for less than $150.
 

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You know how it is. Until there's a credible lead with an AMD GPU in the works capable of beating the 780ti across the board, nvidia will continue trickling out low-mid range cards.
 
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I'm still trying to figure out how this card is relevant at all. I could have a number of much better Nvidia cards for just slightly more, or a 7870 for roughly the same price.I feel like Nvidia had a bunch of lower/mid-level Keplers sitting around and were like, "Well, screw it, let's release another card made for no one."
 

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Except that the 750 and 750Ti are not Kepler cards as they are built on the Maxwell architecture but are using the same 28nm node.
 

Pedasc

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Enough with the low end Maxwells already. Bring out a Maxwell GTX880.
I'm actually hoping for a GTX870 or GTX860. I want something decently fast that runs cool and quiet to replace my old GTX470. I'd like to upgrade but I want really quiet this time and I want enough of a boost in performance to make it worth my while.Of course I want the GTX880 out as well to help drive the prices down.
 

tadej petric

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Too bad EVGA doesn't ship to my country (if so I'd have EVGA 660 probably, bought before 7xx).They an Asus are the best for sure in making top tier cards.
 

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What EVGA really needs to do is offer a true single slot, low profile GTX 750 and GTX 750 Ti. Tom's Hardware already proved that TDP is not an issue with a low profile cooler and can be adequately cooled with a dual-slot passive cooler. So, why is it that no manufacturer has yet to offer a slim design when the vast majority of consumers have stated they want this kind of single-slot low profile solutio? UGH!!!!!
 
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Do we really have any definitive proof this is true? I mean, why release your latest chip arch on a mediocre card? It doesn't really make sense, in fact it makes me question if the chip yields are what has been delaying the release of major Maxwell cards.

I think if you can release a mid-range card on the new architecture, you should wait until you can also release a performance card, too.
 

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Did you not read any of the various articles that have been published about those cards?
 
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