GeForce GT 750M 

Released January, 2013
  • 941 MHz
  • 2 GB GDDR5
6.3 Out of 10

As for the Boost clocks, in practice that can increase the GPU core speed 15% or more over the normal value, with most games realizing a 10-15% performance thanks to the increase.
by Jarred-Walton (Apr, 2013)
Although we have no idea from which partner this GTX 750 comes, it features a rather simple dual-slot cooler and standard PCB design with a 2+1-phase VRM which draws power from a single 6-pin PCI-Express power connector.
by Slobodan-Simic (Feb, 2014)

GPUBoss Review Our evaluation of the GeForce GT 750M


Real world tests using the latest 3D games

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BioShock Infinite, Crysis 3, Dead Space 3, Diablo III and 1 more


Synthetic tests to measure overall performance

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Passmark, 3DMark 11 Graphics, 3DMark Vantage Graphics and 3DMark06

Compute Performance

General computing tests executed on the GPU

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Passmark Direct Compute


GPUBoss Score

Gaming, Benchmarks and Compute Performance

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Benchmarks Real world tests of the GeForce GT 750M

Passmark Industry standard benchmark for overall graphics card performance

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3DMark 11 Graphics Industry standard benchmark that tests DirectX 11 GPU performance

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GeForce GTX 860M

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

GeForce GT 750M
16.3 fps
GeForce GTX 860M
41.57 fps
GeForce GTX 850M
28.4 fps

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

GeForce GT 750M
9.85 fps
GeForce GTX 860M
18.75 fps

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

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CLBenchmark Raytrace Measures compute performance using OpenCL to do raytracing

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In The News From around the web

Courtesy of our long time sponsor you can win a post-Tax Day prize pack that includes both an EVGA Hadron Air mini-ITX chassis (reviewed by us here) as well as an EVGA GeForce GTX 750 graphics card.
With these components under your belt you are well down the road to PC gaming bliss, upgrading your existing PC or starting a new one in a form factor you might not have otherwise imagined.
As our regular readers may recall from our GTX 750 review, all of our GTX 750 cards have overclocked so well that they’ve hit NVIDIA’s clock offset limits, keeping us from overclocking any of these cards to their physical limits.
Meanwhile this driver release also contains new SLI profiles for Diablo 3, DOTA 2, NFS: Rivals, and Watch Dogs.

Nvidia GTX 750 taken apart and pictured

by Slobodan Simic |
While the GM107 and the GM108 will stay at 28nm, Nvidia is waiting for TSMC's 20nm node process to release its higher-end GPUs based on Maxwell architecture, so we are quite sure there will be some even more impressive performance per Watt numbers once those come.
As we wrote earlier, Nvidia's Maxwell architecture will bring some impressive power efficiency improvements, despite the fact that the first batch of the graphics card based on the Maxwell architecture will be actually based on current 28nm manufacturing process.
This means that higher frequency DDR3 memory just might come in handy with Kaveri APUs to unleash the full potential of the graphics core.
The Kaveri APU model showed a total of 13 CUs which amount to 832 Stream processors that is just a CU less than the top HD 7700 series card – Radeon HD 7790 and higher than the Radeon HD 7750 and Radeon HD 7770 (10 CUs/ 640 SPs) which could hint at the performance.

Specifications Full list of technical specs


GPU brand Nvidia
GPU name GK107
Market Laptop
Clock speed 941 MHz
Turbo clock speed 967 MHz
Is dual GPU No
Reference card None

raw performance

Shading units 384
Texture mapping units 32
Render output processors 16
Pixel rate 7.53 GPixel/s
Texture rate 30.1 GTexel/s
Floating-point performance 722.7 GFLOPS


Memory clock speed 1,000 MHz
Effective memory clock speed 4,000 MHz
Memory bus 128 bit
Memory 2,048 MB
Memory type GDDR5
Memory bandwidth 64 GB/s

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