Today is the launch date of NVIDIA's Maxwell GPU in the form of the GeForce GTX 750 series! The first manufacturer to send us a press release is MSI, they reveal the GTX 750 GAMING and GeForce GTX 750 Ti GAMING.
Both cards feature the NVIDIA GM107 GPU, the difference lies in the number of CUDA cores and the memory. The GTX 750 Gaming has 512 cores, they are clocked at 1085MHz with a 1163MHz boost and the card is equipped with 1GB GDDR5 memory clocked at 5010MHz. The GTX 750 Ti Gaming on the other hand has 640 cores with the same clockspeed as the regular 750 but it's equipped with 2GB GDDR5 memory clocked at 5400MHz. Both models feature DL-DVI-D, HDMI, D-Sub outputs.
MSI, leader in Graphics Card Technology, is pleased to announce the availability of its new GTX 750 and GXT 750 Ti models. MSI offers models aimed at performance in the GAMING series with the GTX 750 Ti GAMING and the GTX 750 GAMING as well as models rounded for everyday use, the GTX 750 1GD5 and GTX 750 Ti 2GD5. One stand-out feature is the low power consumption that requires the need of an external power connector. This enables low-power builds with next-gen NVIDIA Maxwell graphics power and features.
MSI's GAMING series is designed to provide gamers with quality they can rely on. For Graphics Cards this means you get the best thermal solution and components to make sure you stay cool and stable no matter how long your gaming session is. The Twin Frozr IV Advanced is remarkably silent while maintaining excellent temperatures while the Military Class 4 components are designed to remain stable in extreme conditions. The MSI Gaming App puts the gamer in control with a choice of Silent, Gaming and OC modes to utilize performance or silence based on the need of the gamer.