Nvidia GTX 750 Ti Is Revealed

/ 6 years ago


A report from a Chinese technology publication has revealed details of the next card to be arriving in the Nvidia GTX 700 series. The GTX 750 Ti, or GTX 760 SE, will come in to replace the Nvidia GTX 650 Ti Boost but will also be designed to be faster than the GTX 660. The GPU is based on GK104 and uses 960 CUDA cores putting it below the 1152 on the GTX 760 and making it the same as the GTX 660 which also has 960. It has the same 80 TMUs that the GTX 660 has but has more ROPs, 32 instead of 24, and a wider memory bus of 256 bit instead of 192 bit.

Clock speeds are expected to be quite high with 1033MHz on the core, 1098MHz on the GPU boost speed and 6GHz/6008MHz effective on the memory. There are no details on when Nvidia will launch the GPU but it is expected to come well in time for the flurry of FPS shooter releases later on this year (Battlefield 4 and Call of Duty: Ghosts) to capitalise on PC gamers wanting new video cards. It isn’t yet known what pricing will be and what the official launch date will be but we will of course bring you those details as we get them. We also don’t know what the fate of the GTX 660 and GTX 650Ti Boost will be when this card is released, one may get the chop or both may get the chop.

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