NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 TI is 15% slower than GTX 660?

Published: Jan 19th 2014, 11:52 GMT


According to Chinese website the upcoming graphics card known as GeForce GTX 750 Ti would be 10 to 15% slower than GeForce GTX 660.

The rumor has it that GTX 750 Ti is supposedly the first Maxwell based video card. If those benchmark results are even remotely true, then first Maxwell GPUs won’t be revolutionary in terms of performance, but that’s nothing surprising.

In the latest version of 3DMark the difference is not huge, it oscillates between 3 to 10%. The gap becomes much bigger in Unigine Valley showing almost a 30% difference.

The leaker did not reveal any details about the GPU itself, so we have no way of knowing if this is a real data.

At this point we should ask only one question: Is NVIDIA really going to start a new architecture with such a slow GPU?

Many thanks to Cloudfire777 for the tip!

Source: Coolaler

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