GPUBoss Review Our evaluation of 750 Ti vs 650 Ti among Desktop GPUs


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Nvidia GeForce GTX 750 Ti 

GPUBoss recommends the Nvidia GeForce GTX 750 Ti  based on its noise and power.

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Differences What are the advantages of each

Front view of GeForce GTX 750 Ti

Reasons to consider the
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More memory 2,048 MB vs 1,024 MB 2x more memory
Higher texture rate 82.64 GTexel/s vs 64.4 GTexel/s Around 30% higher texture rate
Better fire strike factor score 33.8 vs 24.78 More than 35% better fire strike factor score
Higher memory clock speed 1,502 MHz vs 1,350 MHz More than 10% higher memory clock speed
Lower TDP 60W vs 110W More than 45% lower TDP
Front view of GeForce GTX 650 Ti

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Significantly higher crysis 3 framerate 44 vs 20.4 Around 2.2x higher crysis 3 framerate
More texture mapping units 64 vs 40 24 more texture mapping units

Benchmarks Real world tests of GeForce GTX 750 Ti vs 650 Ti

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yeah yeah they are all obsolete the 1080ti is the king now
This site is a shit
why so mad niga
i'll kill yo mother broke ass
None of the above cards will age well in 3 to 4 years... You will need to buy a flag ship card, gtx 780, r9 290, r9 280x to get that kind of longevity out of a video card. Mid/cheap ranged cards like r7 260, gtx 750ti and gtx 650ti are designed for gaming right now and not for long term.
over rated player !
thanks brah ! i hope the release of FURY cards lowers prices of r9 280 in Pakistan... please pray that it does so i can buy it for meself... so r9 280 or r9 280x ?
HAAALLLPP someone.. i need a gpu and i hav 3 ooptions r7260x , 750ti and 650 ti , which one to buy ???
so 750 ti <<< 650 ti ??? wtf
gtx 650 ti Better Than r7 260x ?
Thanks for the answer, i'm enjoying my new 7950 :>
It does not bench lower, What you are seeing is less compute numbers, But the 750 Ti is faster as far as FPS in games, Maxwell architecture is different. It is no where near 20% faster as people are saying, You actually will get a better price to performance ratio with the 650 Ti because it is cheaper and only a little slower. I ran a 650 Ti with my old i5 750 system, And it was a wonderful GPU, It will play anything you want and at decent settings. And I was able to use High allot and sometimes Ultra, And Medium, I never had to use low.
This is a great card for OEMs, sadly they wont ever use it.
@disqus_0NhC9jT9UN:disqus Bro you seem like the only one who know better than any one here. Which card will you suggest me to buy so i can play watchdogs,crysis3 , hitman absolution and can play games for upcoming 3 to 4 years.I am little short on budget so what do you suggest.
Ok all fanboy opinion aside, If you need a card just to play games and you are limited with money, The best choice if you are willing to spend $149 is the R7 265, It has the same performance as the GTX 660, And at $149 it is the same price as the 750 Ti, (it only needs 1x6pin and a decent 450w PSU) But if you do not want to spend much at all, The 650 Ti will do fine, You can buy a 2gb version of the 650 Ti now for $120, I am not sure the 2GB would make much difference on either the 750 Ti or the 650 Ti with only a Memory bandwidth of 86.4GB/s , But I have been running a 1GB 650 Ti for close to a year and it has had no problem playing any games, (Except AAA has to be turned down in a few games) I just recently replaced my 650 Ti with a R9 270 , And the R7 265 is only 10% slower, and has the same memory bandwidth of 179.2 GB/s, So it should handle any game fine at 1080p on max, Especially if you get a R7 265 with the duel fans, It should overclock nice and cool, I think they still have a Duel Fan Power Color R7 265 for $149, That would be the best buy. But if you have a low watt PSU, I suppose you may be stuck with a 750 Ti, Also I was expecting the AMD drivers to stink and be faulty, Turns out the AMD drivers have improved, They are still not as good as Nvidia's drivers, But they work now without fault.
I said that it needs at least 1x6 Pin. shouldn't even correctly boot without the 6pin connected...way weird. But I guess it's not impossible. But yea, the 750(ti) needs no connectors at all since the maximum draw is 60 Watt.
Am I to understand you are saying the 650 Ti needs 2-6 pins? I have never seen that. Mine will actually function without its 6 pin until it gets loaded then the screen shuts down.
I bought one the other day to covert a workstation with a FirePro card into a machine that can handle games on the cheap. Biggest bound was the 320W power supply. Old card ran about 70TDP. so the 750Ti runs with no problems what so ever. I can't run some games in super ultra modes, but all the games i'm running at equal or better settings than my other "gaming" machine (it's a couple years old now) with a 6770. It will even handle Star Citizen on low 1600x900 @ 55FPS.
A lot of the information here is incorrect.
The 650 Ti still has about twice the TDP, will require a MINIMUM of an extra 6pin and thus...eliminates a good array of OeM and older PC users (also certain SFF PCs) that want a cheap upgrade by only exchanging a single piece. Not to mention...from a gaming standpoint the 650 Ti isnt actually better. The 650 Ti wins in BENCHMARKS due to the texture mapping units. In games the 750 Ti is sometimes on the same level, sometimes better and sometimes weaker (speaking of stable FPS here). The 750 Ti is still a viable option for many low cost builds. (so is the 650 Ti)...but the 760 that you mentioned before simply is not as it almost costs twice the big.... and has no chance of finding room/enough power in many oem/older PCs (ffs the 760 STOCK versions already need 170 Watt...that is almost TRIPLE the amount of a 750 Ti. while aftermarket versions go WELL beyond that (above 200)
$100 more yes and the power costs is minimal so that should cause any real problems. The 650 ti is a better card and is also a small card.Not to mention you can get the 650 ti for less.
You're a joker. The 760 costs about 100€/130USD more than the 750 Ti. Not to mention the 750 Ti wasn't designed with highest gaming power in was designed as card with highest ppw ratio and a TDP/Size small enough to fit in pretty much EVERY OEM PC. But it's nice to hear such an opinion from a blind uneducated fanboy. Even Nvidia states that the 750 Ti is an entirely different genre of card... 760 and 660 Ti will easily suck up 130-170 Watts depending on model while the 750 Ti maxes out at 60 Watts, trades blows with the 650 Ti/260X and even the 660 in games that aren't as reliant on the texture mapping units (look up some tests if you'd like)...and all that in a card small enough that it will fit into pretty much every mini and midi case and OEM PC with weak power supplies(as it doesn't even need an extra 6pin). At least TRY to learn something out of that.
the 750 is a crap card for people who can't afford a real one. Just like amd is for idiots who can't count where price is somewhat equal you have to look beyond the mhz and pay attention to the actual math. Same can be said of the 750- a turd, which is simply an entry level card for someone who does not have one yet. Safe bet on buying a 760 if your low on cash or pick up a 660 ti on ebay for about $190 if you look hard enough.
why the hell does it benches worse than 650Ti?
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