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I was wondering if anyone has any experience using the new nVidia 750 TI cards.

 

While spec wise the 770 4GB is a monster, so is the pricetag at $500 USD.

 

(My price here in Japan.)

 

Where as the 750 TI 2GB comes in at $180 USD, half the power at 2/5ths the price.

 

Running a single main 1920x1080 display with an extra 1280x1024 for MFCD's only.

 

No plans to add additional monitors in the future. No plans to upgrade to 4K for at least 4-5 years.

 

Has anyone used a 750TI? What kind of framerates do you get?

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I think that 750 is not worth it. You better go for a 6xx older GPU than that. The main reason is the number of cores inside:

 

750 TI - 640 cores

770 GTX - 1546 cores

 

The video RAM became also very important. At that moment the 4 GB of the 770 is good enough to play anything you need.

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Don't get the 4GB card unless you are running 1440p or higher. There are no gains and sometimes it performs poorly compared to the 2GB card. I have the 770 2GB and its an amazing card. So save the money and go for it instead.

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Okay, I'll have to think about it a little more. I'm upgrading from a 550 TI but the 770 is expensive and my motherboard is only PCI Express 2.0, not 3.0.

 

I'm just not sure I can justify a card that costs 2.5 times more at this point...

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Okay, I'll have to think about it a little more. I'm upgrading from a 550 TI but the 770 is expensive and my motherboard is only PCI Express 2.0, not 3.0.

 

I'm just not sure I can justify a card that costs 2.5 times more at this point...

 

The PCIe 3.0 is irrelevant.

I am driving 5 monitors with a 680 2G on PCIe 2.0 and it works amazing considering the total number of pixels involved.

 

Get the 770 2G, it is a very good card and the sweet spot now for price/performance.

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For DCS 2Gb or 4 Gb VRAM is not so relevant. Therefore for other engines the extra 2Gb is quite a punch because I afford to load uncompressed textures directly to RAM so the CPU power is preserved. You have just to evaluate your own needs.

 

Just no 750 :D !

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get the GTX770 2giga

i'm considering also to upgrade my GTX 580 to 770

giving 500 bucks for a GTX 780 is not worthing since the GTX 770 is way cheaper and have a great performance for a good price;)

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OP go for the GTX770, get a model with two fans. Save some money and get the 2GB version if you do not plan on playing higher resolutions. PCI-E 3.0 works fine in 2.0.

 

If that is still too expensive then buy a GTX760.

 

770 is a re-branded 680.

760 is an improved 670.

http://www.anandtech.com/show/7103/nvidia-geforce-gtx-760-review

 

GTX760 is slower than a 670.

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Two fan version would be quieter than a single fan version. My 550 TI sounds like a jet engine when the GPU gets over 70C...

 

After reading everyone's comments I think I will go with the 770 after all. It's a lot more expensive but the reality is it's just not worth upgrading to a 750 TI with only a small performance gain.

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Hi guys, sorry i hijacket the thread but on similar matter.

 

Im working on updating my computer and i have AMD FX-6300 CPU, Gigabyte 970A-UD3 motherboard , 8gb ram and thinking about getting myself Gigabyte GTX770OC 2gb GPU, since my motherboard is PCI-2.0 , can i have this GPU or do i need another motherboard since the grapiccard uses Pci-3.0?

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PCI 3 cards will work just fine in a PCI 2 slot.

 

EDIT: My sig. Mobo is PCI 2.0.


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I am using a zotac gtx770 4gb and I am very happy with it.

 

My motherboard is pci 2

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Same here I have a PCIE 2.0 and running the Asus 770GTX 2GB and love it

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I have a 770 4GB I decided against 2GB and I found up to 2.5GB of the video ram used. That's because I use the ground texture mod from Toby and Mustang I guess. That is on "only" FullHD /1080p.

If you have an additional monitor the 4GB may well be worth the added price tag... if you plan for a 4K Monitor etc. in the near future, either wait and get a real big card or at least 4GB! If EDGE or future mods include higher detail textures, 3GB may not be enough, let alone 2GB...

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