These past few days a series of leaked photos of the upcoming NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 and GTX 750 Ti graphics cards surfaced, giving us more idea about what these two new GPUs will look like, and their expected performance. Both the GeForce GTX 750 and GTX 750 Ti are based on the new GM107 28nm Maxwell silicon, that is said to be more power efficient compared to its predecessors. Check out their respective leaked images and specifications below.
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750
Here you go guys, a full blown leak of the upcoming GeForce GTX 750 revealing to us what this graphics card will look like including some specs leak thanks to ChinaDIY. Both the GTX 750 and 750 Ti comes with a 6pin PCI-E power connector, but it was mentioned by WCCFTech that the external power is not required for the GTX 750, meaning it will run fine on PCI-E slot alone. Perhaps the external power is only required for stability and overclocking (if it can be OCed) purposes.
The GeForce GTX 750 is powered by the new GM107-300-A2 chip and is expected to have 512 CUDA cores clocked at 1020MHz with boost speed of 1085MHz. It comes with 1GB (or 2GB) GDDR5 memory clocked at 5000MHz. It has a mini HDMI port, DVI port and VGA port.
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 Ti
Based on the leaked images of the PCB of the GTX 750 Ti, it draws its power from a 6-pic PCI-E power connector. Unfortunately, those are the only images leaked for the GTX 750 Ti, unlike with the GTX 750 which was a full blown leakage.
According to reports, the GeForce GTX 750 Ti will have a Maxwell GM107-400 chip with 640 cores clocked at 1085MHz, and boost clock speed of 1163MHz. It will also have 2GB GDDR5 memory clocked at 5400MHz and is expected to be unveiled this month together with the GTX TITAN Black Edition.
One thing I noticed from these two Maxwell graphics cards is that they don’t have an SLI finger connector. This probably means that the GTX 750 and GTX 750 Ti are non-scalable cards and does not support SLI configuration. Or probably they do support SLI configuration but does not require an SLI bridge, just like in the AMD Radeon R9 290x and R9 290.