In Game Benchmarks

Now that we know that Maxwell can perform, we just need to find out what you can expect from the GTX 750 Ti while actually gaming. To do that I ran through our benchmark suite of 11 different games. The test suite consists of a range of modern games, hopefully a few will help you determine how well the GTX 750 Ti will perform for you.

Before I look to see how well the card performed compared to the other cards, I took a look through the results to get an idea of how well it handled all of the games running on their highest settings at a resolution of 1920 x 1080. Of the 11 games 9 of the games had an average of 30 frames per second or more. That is what most would consider playable. Of those 9, two were above 60 FPS with a third being just a few FPS short. 60 FPS would typically be considered completely smooth. While its obvious that the 750 Ti doesn’t hold a candle to the high dollar video cards we sometimes get in. It is still very impressive that so many of the games in our benchmark suite resulted in more than playable FPS. The few that were a little lower should only require a couple setting changes to enjoy them as well.

In the benchmarks that favor AMD cards typically the 750 Ti still performed with or just slightly higher than the overclocked 260X and overclocked HD 7790’s. In the benchmarks that favor Nvidia cards the difference between the 260X and the 750 Ti was even greater. I can’t wait to see what the 750 Ti could do with a comparable overclock as well.













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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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