ZOTAC launches GeForce GTX 750 series with completely new design in China

Published: Feb 19th 2014, 09:17 GMT

ZOTAC GTX 750 Ti (2)

I don’t know why ZOTAC only released these cards in China. The worldwide versions look rather poorly compared to them.

Remember when I told you there will be Maxwell cards with 30% overclock? Well here they are. Both cards have a boost clock of 1320 MHz, that’s 29% over the reference base clock. I think these are the fastest Maxwell cards on the market.

ZOTAC has two, the GTX 750 Ti and GTX 750, both running with the same GPU clocks. What’s even more interesting, both have overclocked memory: 750 with 5400 MHz and 750 Ti with 6000 MHz.

Hopefully ZOTAC will adopt this design for its whole lineup, imagine the same card with 3 fans. Personally I would choose the version with black fans.

What’s your impression of this new approach from ZOTAC, do you prefer the old design or the new one?


ZOTAC GTX 750 Ti (1) ZOTAC GTX 750 (2) ZOTAC GTX 750 (1)

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