It’s often hard to get excited about a new $149 graphics card, but NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 750 Ti becomes one of the rare exceptions. For starters, it doesn’t require a power connector, and it has half the TDP requirement of its nearest competitor – all despite promised performance improvements. What more can be said? Read on!
I’ve said it before, but it needs to be said again: AMD and NVIDIA are all about impeccable timing. A couple of weeks ago, I received an email from AMD telling me about its upcoming R7 265, which was set to replace the $150 Radeon R7 260X.
The reason for that model’s sudden existence became clear the following day when I received NVIDIA’s new $150 GeForce GTX 750 Ti in the post. Coincidence? Yep – sure.
Based on the introduction of these cards, it’s clear that both are going to compete well against each other – a point further proven by the fact that our results later will in fact show that the 750 Ti is a bit faster than the R7 260X.
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