NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 Ti pictured and detailed

Published: Oct 3rd 2013, 09:59 GMT

MACY GeForce GTX 750 TI

The rumor about new mid-range graphics cards from NVIDIA seems to find some clarification.

NVIDIAGeForce GTX 760 SE / 750 Ti specifications


On PCEVA forums you can find some interesting details about the upcoming new graphics card from NVIDIA. The so called GTX 760 SE or GTX 750 TI is yet another GK104-based graphics card. This could actually be the same card that we found few days ago in the latest drivers.

The GTX 750 TI would be equipped with 960 CUDA cores, 80 TMUs and 32 ROPs. So technically this is a faster GTX 660 (has more ROPs — 32 vs 24), not necessarily a rebrand.

Additionally the clocks are not the same as on GTX 660, we are looking at 1033 MHz base clock and 1098 boost clock. Although this might just be the sample that was leaked (it doesn’t look like a reference board).

GeForce GTX 750 Ti has 2GB GDDR5 memory across 256-bit interface (another major change in comparison to GTX 660). With a memory clock at 1502 MHz, we have a bandwidth of 192.3 GB/s.

GTX 650, GTX 650 Ti, GTX 660 and GTX 760 price reduction

The same source claims that NVIDIA will now reduce the price on their GTX 650-760 lineup. The GTX 750 Ti will fit somewhere in between.

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 Ti specifications
GeForce GTX 660GeForce GTX 760 SE / 750 TIGeForce GTX 760
GPUKepler GK106Kepler GK104Kepler GK104
Fabrication Process28nm28nm28nm
CUDA Cores9609601152
Texture Mapping Units808094
Raster Operating Units243232
Memory Bus192-bit256-bit256-bit
GPU Voltage1.175V1.2V1.175V
GPU Boost1.02.02.0

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 Ti performance

Additionally we have first benchmark results. Card is compared with GeForce GTX 660 and GTX 660 Ti, all running at the same clock speeds — 1033/1098/6000 MHz. According to this data, the GTX 750 TI is around 10% faster than GTX 660 and 8% slower than GTX 660 Ti.

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 TI performance

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 Ti might be released this month, although no specific date was mentioned.

By the way, the card on the picture was manufactured by MACY.

Source: PCEVA

Many thanks to Skr13 for the tip!

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