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  • #16
    Michael Nvidia provide this card????? if this is, good for nvidia

    Hopefully amd want send you cards (amd not go to bankrutpcy for send you some cards), this site its a few testing hardware on linux

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    • #17
      That's it, I'm buying ten of these.

      Your fault AMD, I bet the green blob will actually work with OpenCL.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Laser View Post
        (emphasis mine)

        Is this correct or an error? I cannot imagine there encoding support for these formats, and the name VDPAU implies otherwise as well.
        Only h.264 encoding through NVENC. The word "decoding" should have been used in that write-up.

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        • #19
          Nice. I bought a GTX 660 one month ago and its max power consumption is 110W (min 7W)Ö Looks like the 750 Ti is about as powerful? Well anyway itís a similar priceÖ

          Also nice to see that the performance per watt numbers are correct this time.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by profoundWHALE View Post
            Remember, the 750 GTX Ti is competing against the new Radeon R7 265. (which is basically the R7 260X Ti if we're using Nvidia product naming)
            Right. The 260X is priced against the 750 and the new 265X (Pitcairn slightly speed-bumped relative to HD 7850 IIRC) is priced against the 750 TI.

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            • #21
              Originally posted by stqn View Post
              Nice. I bought a GTX 660 one month ago and its max power consumption is 110W (min 7W)Ö Looks like the 750 Ti is about as powerful? Well anyway itís a similar priceÖ

              Also nice to see that the performance per watt numbers are correct this time.
              No, it's not as fast as the GTX 660 in games, not even as fast as the GTX 550 Ti Boost. OpenCL and CUDA have been improved though. The GTX 660 is a better deal because you can find it for about the same price.

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              • #22
                Comparing to a GTX 650 Ti BOOST is a joke considering it's 140W vs 60W on the GTX 750 Ti, the efficiency is way beyond and it's only slightly slower.

                Maxwell GPUs are Compute Capability 5.0 btw, for those that are wondering.

                https://devtalk.nvidia.com/default/t...26631/#4126631

                CUDA Capability Major/Minor version number: 5.0

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by wargames View Post
                  No, it's not as fast as the GTX 660 in games, not even as fast as the GTX 550 Ti Boost. OpenCL and CUDA have been improved though. The GTX 660 is a better deal because you can find it for about the same price.
                  Ah, good to know, and good for me then . Iím happy with my MSI "Twin Frozr" GTX 660 anyway because itís silent! And 7W on the desktop is pretty good. (Would be interesting to know if this number went down for the 7xx models.)

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by gonssal View Post
                    It's really a pitty you didn't include the GTX 660 in this test, because it would have been the most interesting card to compare the 750 Ti to, given they are almost in the same price range (660 arround 25$ more).
                    The 660 would absolutely kerbstomp this thing. It is slower than a 650ti Boost, which is in turn slower than a 660.

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                    • #25
                      From what I'm seeing, everyone is shipping bulky non-reference designs for the 2GB 750 Ti, which is not a good thing because those cards won't do well in off-the-shelf PCs due to their size and airflow requirements with the bulky dual-fan coolers/heatsinks.

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by TheLexMachine View Post
                        From what I'm seeing, everyone is shipping bulky non-reference designs for the 2GB 750 Ti, which is not a good thing because those cards won't do well in off-the-shelf PCs due to their size and airflow requirements with the bulky dual-fan coolers/heatsinks.
                        Not so sure about that but anyway, there are plenty of reference designs on the market, at least here in SE Asia.

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                        • #27
                          NVIDIA GTX 750 Ti and Ubuntu 13.10

                          Is it safe to say that I must install Ubuntu 14.04 in order for the NVIDIA GTX 750 Ti to work?
                          I am trying to install Ubuntu 13.10 and right where the install goes into graphics mode
                          my install stops. All I have is a flashing cursor.

                          In the process right now of downloading Ubuntu 14.04. If that does not work not sure
                          what to do next.

                          Thanks
                          Peter

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                          • #28
                            Overclockig

                            Is there any way to overclock those cards without using Windows?

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                            • #29
                              Originally posted by Michael View Post
                              I don't have the GTX 660. The comparison was limited to cards I have...
                              good GPU

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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by peterd View Post
                                Is it safe to say that I must install Ubuntu 14.04 in order for the NVIDIA GTX 750 Ti to work?
                                I am trying to install Ubuntu 13.10 and right where the install goes into graphics mode
                                my install stops. All I have is a flashing cursor.

                                In the process right now of downloading Ubuntu 14.04. If that does not work not sure
                                what to do next.

                                Thanks
                                Peter
                                Finally made it to work on 13.10. I installed with the integrated haswell graphics (nvidia card removed). Then, put the card back in and boot into text mode (with "text nomodeset" parsed to GRUB), download and install the NVIDIA binary driver, blacklist nouveau and reboot. This is what finally made it work for me ... I had to disable the integrated graphics in BIOS, otherwise it kept locking up the computer.

                                Hope this helps someone,
                                Peter

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