Gainward GeForce GTX 750 Series Unleashed – See Its Features and Specifications

Gainward, one of the leading brand in enthusiastic graphics market, has recently announced their brand new GeForce GTX graphics card based on the new super-efficient Maxwell architecture – the Gainward GTX 750 Ti and GTX 750 series. The first generation Maxwell architecture performs 35% more performance per cores than the previous Kepler architecture, and offers twice the performance per Watt ratio. Check out the rest of its features and specifications below.

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The Gainward GeForce GTX 750 Ti and 750 series require no external power connectors. It is the best solution for the basic person computer with limited system power budget to upgrade to GeForce GTX graphics solution.

Gainward GeForce GTX 750 Ti and 750 series leads by GTX 750 Ti “Golden Sample”, which is factory over-clocked at 1202MHz base clock (1281MHz boost clock) and 3004MHz memory clock speed. With 180MHz over-clocking speed, Gainward GTX 750 Ti “GS” performs up 15% more than NV’s GTX 750 Ti reference clock speed under games and benchmark score. To compete with AMD’s R7 260X, it wins for almost all popular games not only the frame rates but consumes only 52% power. The Gainward GTX 750 Ti and GTX 750 are all factory over-clocked, with 65MHz more than NV’s reference clock, offer better C/P value for your choice.

Gainward GTX 750 Ti Golden Sample

Gainward GTX 750 Ti

Gainward GTX 750 Series Maxwell GPU

The whole Gainward GTX 750 Ti and 750 series come with Gainward superior hardware design:

  1. Solid capacitors – longer lifespan and great reliability under high temperature
  2. Super low RDS(on) MOSFET – lower power loss, lower temperature
  3. High quality Ferrite core chokes – lower operating temperature and lower noise under heavy loading operation

EXPERTool utility adds support for new fan control feature, allows users to change fan curve by their requirement.

The new NVIDIA driver brings GeForce Experience and Shadowplay for the gamers to enjoy the best gaming environment and share their greatest gaming moments. With NVIDIA Gamestream technology and NVIDIA Gameworks, the PC gaming has come into the next generation with the whole GeForce GTX graphics.

With Gainward superior design for the GeForce GTX gaming GPUs and NVIDIA technology, users will experience a whole new class of entry and enjoy exceptional fill of the performance enhanced and quieter game play.

Gainward GeForce GTX 750 Series Specifications

SpecificationsGAINWARD GeForce GTX 750 Ti “Golden Sample”GAINWARD GeForce GTX 750 TiGAINWARD GeForce GTX 750
GPU ChipNVIDIA® GeForce GTX 750 TiNVIDIA® GeForce GTX 750 TiNVIDIA® GeForce GTX 750
Stream Processor640 cores640 cores512 cores
Base Clock1202 MHz1085 MHz1085 MHz
Boost Clock1281 MHz1163 MHz1163 MHz
Memory Clock3,004 MHz2,750 MHz2,550 MHz
Memory Type, Bus Width6Gbps GDDR5, 128 bits6Gbps GDDR5, 128 bits6Gbps GDDR5, 128 bits
Memory Size2,048 MB2,048 MB1,024 MB
Maximum TDP60 watts60 watts55 watts
Output PortsVGA, Dual-link DVI, miniHDMIVGA, Dual-link DVI, miniHDMIVGA, Dual-link DVI, miniHDMI
External Power ConnectorNoneNoneNone
Bus InterfacePCI-Express 3.0PCI-Express 3.0PCI-Express 3.0
TechnologiesNVIDIA MAXWELL architecture
GeForce Experience
Microsoft DirectX 11.2 API (feature level 11_0), Shader Model 5.0 support
Microsoft DirectCompute and OpenCL Support
NVIDIA GPU Boost 2.0
NVIDIA Adaptive Vertical Sync
NVIDIA CUDA Technology
NVIDIA PhysX Technology
NVIDIA 3D Vision Ready
OpenGL 4.4 support
PCI Express 3.0
Multiple monitors support, up to 3 monitors display simultaneously
Driver Disc including Gainward award winning Expertool tuning Utility
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