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Front view of GeForce GTX 760

Reasons to consider the
Nvidia GeForce GTX 760

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Much better 3DMark06 score 24,480 vs 5,378 More than 4.5x better 3DMark06 score
Better 3DMark vantage graphics score 30,030 vs 20,401 More than 45% better 3DMark vantage graphics score
Better passmark score 4,966 vs 3,690 Around 35% better passmark score
Higher memory bandwidth 192.3 GB/s vs 86.4 GB/s Around 2.2x higher memory bandwidth
Higher effective memory clock speed 6,008 MHz vs 5,400 MHz More than 10% higher effective memory clock speed
Much higher crysis 3 framerate 58.7 fps vs 20.4 fps Around 3x higher crysis 3 framerate
Slightly better floating-point performance 2,258 GFLOPS vs 1,728 GFLOPS More than 30% better floating-point performance
More render output processors 32 vs 16 Twice as many render output processors
More texture mapping units 96 vs 40 56 more texture mapping units
Slightly higher pixel rate 23.5 GPixel/s vs 16.32 GPixel/s Around 45% higher pixel rate
More shading units 1,152 vs 640 512 more shading units
Higher BioShock infinite framerate 68.2 fps vs 46.7 fps More than 45% higher BioShock infinite framerate
Wider memory bus 256 bit vs 128 bit 2x wider memory bus
Better passmark direct compute score 2,305 vs 1,677 More than 35% better passmark direct compute score
Front view of GeForce GTX 750 Ti

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Nvidia GeForce GTX 750 Ti

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Slightly higher clock speed 1,020 MHz vs 980 MHz Around 5% higher clock speed
Higher turbo clock speed 1,085 MHz vs 1,032 MHz More than 5% higher turbo clock speed

Benchmarks Real world tests of GeForce GTX 760 vs 750 Ti

Passmark Industry standard benchmark for overall graphics card performance

3DMark Vantage Graphics Industry standard benchmark that tests DirectX 10 GPU performance

3DMark06 Industry standard benchmark that tests DirectX 9 GPU performance

BioShock Infinite 1920 x 1080 - Ultra preset + DX11 (DDOF)

Crysis 3 1920 x 1080 - Very High preset + 16xAF + 2xSMAA

Passmark Direct Compute Measures performance of general-purpose computing using Microsoft DirectCompute

Reviews Word on the street

GeForce GTX 760  vs 750 Ti 

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Gaming power consumption is roughly similar to the reference design, which is impressive because Palit's card comes with much higher clock speeds on both GPU and memory.
GeForce GTX 760

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I have a GTX 750 ti ... I find it to be an excellent card for the money , what you say about power is exactly the reason I opted for a GTX 750 ti ... you don't need to spend on another power supply , the graphic power this thing delivers is great , I'd call it next gen it measures slightly better than the xbox 1 does on passmark . I didn't see the need to get ahead of xbox 1 because in many ways they are the benchmark that's what most game developers are thinking about when they make games these days, besides a more powerful card will only bottleneck with my amd fx 4 core processor . For the average gamer this is the card to get.
i shd of went throught it b4 posting xD
im still gonn go wiht the 750 Ti becuase the 760 is $300 and im still trying to fit a $300 i5 in my build costing. so seeing as this is my first build im going to go wiht the 750 Ti and see how it goes then i will do for now becuase there is always time to upgrade when i get some more money as i am only a 14 year old gamer ahah any one else agree or disagree please reply to me!
I use a Gigabyte Nvidia 760, and was very satisfied. 60 fps in most games with medium-high graphics and low temps.
I recently had my first complete build with an AMD FX-6300, 8gb ram 1600 and Zotac GTX 650...I upgraded to an EVGA GTX 750ti to smooth out my games and more importantly, not increase tdp. Tight budget forced me to use a cheap 550w psu so I didn't want to overload it. To answer the question of why the GTX 750ti even exists is simple...no additional power cord and extremely low tdp. This is an apples to oranges comparison where you would simply use one or the other depending on psu limitations.
Hey look! They made a next gen console for pc!! Thats cute.
And you don't think sony gets giant Markdowns from manufacturers? Your logic is flawed bud.
Man i have 1440x900 monitor XD i can play bioshock in 150 fps wit 750ti XD
I was just exaggerating a bit.
Removing the mail in rebates takes an extra $50 but that still is less $1200 you think it would take.
but the PCPP list you've shown as a lot of discounts. When the prices are normal again, it will jump to 490$, and without the 8GB RAM.
How do you go from $150 gpu to $1200? http://pcpartpicker.com/p/jqvrpg This build at the time of posting this costs ~$430 (in the US) and will have no issues playing games (above the PS4) and will be bottlenecked by the power of the gpu. If you wanted to match the ps4 for price you could put in the gtx750 for $100 but the extra $30 seems better. You don't need an i7 to game which this video shows very well http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0LDM43_cKn0. Hope this clarifies things about gaming on a PC, i know this comments old but i figured it would help people seeing this comment in the future.
Hello I have to add a comment and say I just built my third gaming computer and this time I was able to get a i5 4590 3.3 ghz 8gb 1600 ram 120gb ssd 1tb hd. I was able to get an Asus gtx 750 ti oc open box product from microcenter. I am a gamer and I will say when I was playing grid autosport I set the graphics to high settings and on the first turn when everyone crashed I tried to rewind and it froze my computer. So since then I set the graphics to medium and now am able to play for hours while the windows media player playing and I have absolutely no slowdown or hiccups. Its a pretty good card but I only payed 137 for it I think its a decent deal being that I can play almost all my games smoothly on med to high settings. If I had a choice I would choose the gtx 760 though next time.
PS4 In some places costs $1500.
That looks pretty good to me ;D I would suggest a little bigger power supply, even something like a 500W or 600W in case you want a larger graphics card at some point. if your on a budget the 750 ti looks nice in your build, at this point however, I do not suggest the 760 considering AMD R9 270s & 280s went down in price. I got an Asus R9 280 while it was cheap and they still out preform the 760, and the higher range R9 270Xs give a bang for the buck at the same performance as the 760. But if you have about 180$ I would suggest the AMD cards
760 is definetly better than 750 ti, but if the price bites, get a 660/660ti
Looks like a pretty good mid-range build, if you ask me. That FX processor with 6 cores is borderline insane :D But a few suggestions: 1) Switch that WD Green out for something else. The Green HDD:s are meant for secondary storage, because of their throttling speeds a lot. I myself got a 60GB Intel 330 SSD as my boot drive, and a 1TB Western Digital Essentials external HDD for mass storage. I'm getting an internal WD Green as secondary mass storage, but I wouldn't install anything on it, due to the throttling. 2) Get a bigger PSU. I'm on 500 watts, and I'm a bit scared that the 760 will bring my total consumption close to the limit. A 650W should definitely cover all your needs, as well as leave leeway for future upgrading, so I'd suggest that. Otherwise you're pretty much set with your setup :)
Hey, I'm on a Budget and was wondering if I should get a 750 Ti or 760. (First-time Builder) Her are my current parts if you wouldn't mind taking a look: http://ca.pcpartpicker.com/p/23VrYJ Thanks :)
but that would cost a lot more. XBox One and PS4 use an 100$ APU. You really can't reduce that price anymore. Adding a GTX 750/GTX 750Ti would add 120$/150$, and that's not very cool price for consoles. REMEMBER, consoles are budget orientated. No one would like to buy a 1200$ console!
Beet the PS4 too ;p
I agree with one point. The 750ti seems to be an entry level card, and shouldn't be considered "mid grade," but given it's size, power consumption, and price, packs quite a bit of a punch. To me this just seems to be a "teaser" of Maxwell architecture, and fits right into the "I bought a Dell or an HP and need a better graphics card without upgrading my 250 watt PSU" market. Although this card lags behind the 760 noticeably, where it truly shines is performance-per-watt. If they made a Maxwell GPU that consumed the same amount of power as a 760, and costs roughly the same, it would probably blow it out of the water. Furthermore, the GTX 760 seems to perform at about 155% of what the 750 Ti can do, but costs about 166-180% of the 750ti. Seems good to me.
This poor mans graphics card beat the cruddy x-bones gpu. That is hilarious!
wow idk wtf happened there but I guess I ironically repeated myself somehow when it deleted my comment and I had to re type it...
Also, I'd like to add without repeating myself that this seems more like a BUDGET gaming card, as opposed to being so leniently referred to as a 'mid range card'.
One more thing I'd like to add without repeating myself is that is seems like the 750 and the 750ti are BUDGET cards, and no means more leniently classified as a true mid level gamer video card.
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