Synthetic Benchmarks

So we know the GTX 750 Ti runs cool, is quiet, and uses very little power, but how does it perform? Well my first set of tests were synthetic benchmarks like 3DMark Fire Strike and Unreal Heaven Benchmark 4.0. In 3DMark Fire Strike the GTX 750 Ti came extremely close to the overclocked 260X that we tested just this past week. We don’t have reference 260X performance numbers, but it is safe to assume that the 750 Ti edges it out. In Unreal Benchmark 4.0 the 750 Ti outperformed the overclocked 260X by a few FPS.

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garfi3ld replied the topic: #34111 18 Feb 2014 14:46
Today Nvidia launched their GTX 750 Ti and their GTX 750. This is the first of their Maxwell based cards. You guys should take a peak and see what its all about to see what to expect for their upcoming cards.
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SpeedBump replied the topic: #34118 19 Feb 2014 05:21
Nice card and good review. I had a couple GT240s when they were one of the fastest cards that didnt need the extra power. They were very useful cards and I see this one in my future. ATM, I don't see any "stockers" listed for actual sale. Found a good many here and there, but they all have 6pin requirements. I think that is kinda defeating the purpose here. I personally don't see a need for this card if it is going to require additional power. Just my take.

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