I decided to cover an affordable mainstream GPU this time, as more and more people are looking to save money by overclocking mainstream parts to the performance levels of high-end products. Many mainstream parts are just cut down versions of their high-end brethren, and the GTX 750 is no exception. Today I am looking at the MSI GTX 750 1GB Gaming (non-TI).
The main differences between the GTX 750 and the GTX 750 Ti are that the GTX 750 usually has one GB less GDDR5, and 512 shader units versus 640. Nevertheless, they both feature 16 ROPs, the GM107 core, 1.87B transistors, and the same default core clock.
MSI is one of the best known brands for gaming GPUs, and it is no surprise they are able to churn out really appealing video cards, generation after generation. Recently, MSI has focused heavily on their gaming series, which is a really nice thing in my opinion, since it makes it easier to match their GPUs to their boards.
MSI decided to toss a very nice cooler onto their GTX 750, which features TwinFrozr IV technology. As far as stock clocks go, this GTX 750 features a 1059MHz core with 1137MHz boost, and a 1250MHz memory clock.
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