While I usually write guides for high-end hardware, there is a growing demand for overclocking guides for mainstream products such as the GTX 750 Ti. I decided to go pick up an ASUS GTX 750 Ti, and give it a spin. The GTX 750 Ti is based on NVIDIA's Maxwell microarchitecture, and features 2GB GDDR5, as opposed to the 1GB on the GTX 750. While both the GTX 750 and the GTX 750 Ti both feature a 128bit memory bus, the GTX 750 Ti has a higher stock memory clock at 1350MHz versus the 1250MHz on the GTX 750. The GTX 750 Ti also features 640 shader units, as opposed to the 512 on the normal GTX 750.
This is ASUS's Overclocked GTX 750 Ti; it features a pretty big cooler with dual fans. In comparison to the PCB length, the fan shrouds are actually a little bit longer. The black PCB is a nice touch that helps the GPU match the majority of motherboards that feature black PCBs. The red accents would match perfectly with a ROG series motherboard, and the styling of this GPU is very desirable. ASUS features a memory clock of 1350MHz, and a boost clock of 1150MHz on the core. Let's see what's hiding under the hood.
PRICING: You can find the ASUS GTX 750 Ti for sale below. The prices listed are valid at the time of writing, but can change at any time. Click the link to see the very latest pricing for the best deal.
United States: The ASUS GTX 750 Ti retails for $139.99 at Amazon.
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