EVGA GeForce GTX 750 1GB SC Video Card Review

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EVGA GeForce GTX 750 1GB SC Bundle

NVIDIA didn’t sample too many GeForce GTX 750 video cards when they released the GeForce GTX 750 Ti and it looks like we found out why really quickly.  Companies like EVGA have been able to release overclocked GeForce GTX 750 1GB cards that perform essentially the same as stock GeForce GTX 750 Ti cards and they are doing it at a lower price point! The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750Ti 2GB video card left us with a better overall gaming experience when we really pushed the image quality, but you usually run our of horsepower before frame buffer. For example in Far Cry 3 we were able to get the card to stutter at 8x MSAA, but we wouldn’t game there 24/7 as we were averaging below 20 FPS. If you lower down the MSAA or disable it you are quickly over 30FPS and no longer using over 1GB of memory and that means the stuttering is gone. That makes the GeForce GTX 750 Ti 1GB graphics card very interesting as you can play pretty much any game title out there at 1080P as long as you dial in the image quality settings or give the GeForce Experience software a try. It should be noted that EVGA sells 1GB and 2GB versions of the GeForce GTX 750. Doubling up the memory will run you another $10 on the original MSRP.

EVGA GeForce GTX 750 Video Card Models:

  • EVGA GeForce GTX 750 2GB Superclocked - 02G-P4-2754-KR – $139.99
  • EVGA GeForce GTX 750 1GB Superclocked – 01G-P4-2753-KR – $129.99 (currently $119.99 After Rebate)
  • EVGA GeForce GTX 750 2GB – 02G-P4-2752-KR – $129.99
  • EVGA GeForce GTX 750 1GB - 01G-P4-2751-KR – $119.99

When it comes to pricing the EVGA GeForce GTX 750 1GB Superclocked card that we looked at today is hands down the best overall value. We wouldn’t suggest spending an extra $20 to double up the GDDR5 memory and you are getting a heck of a card for $120.  EVGA also has a game bundle promotion going on right now where you get Painkiller Hell & Damnation, Deadfall Adventures and Rise of the Triad for free. Those aren’t huge game titles, but the fact you get any game titles is a nice perk for a $120 video card.  The EVGA GeForce GTX 750 Ti 2GB video card is currently $149.99 shipped, so you are getting the same general performance and saving yourself some money if you don’t want to push the bleeding edge.

We are still impressed by what NVIDIA has done with the new Maxwell GPU and the EVGA GeForce GTX 750 1GB Superclocked video card is a card that we feel was done right. We really like the fact that EVGA included a DisplayPort 1.2 connector on the card for G-Sync and the GPU cooler was more than enough to keep this card super cool and pretty damn quiet. We also enjoyed the overclocking headroom that was still left on this card and had a blast getting 1450-1500MHz clock frequencies on the GM107 Maxwell GPU!

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Legit Bottom Line: The EVGA GeForce GTX 750 1GB Superclocked card is the card to have if you are looking to spend around $100 to $130 and are planning on gaming at 1080P.

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  • Skeptical

    Gotta say that the temperature benchmarks for this article seem a bit off. 29 degrees idle and 55 degrees load seem to be the accurate numbers. I have no idea how this article got 19 degrees and 42 degrees? I mean was the computer set up in a freezer?

    • http://www.gamingworm.com/ Muqsit

      Bro look it’s SC version also the flow of air in casing matters too.

  • Bibicyclette

    Pokers hello …

  • Brian Blair

    Ill be dxxed! I figured the 260x would outperform the regular 750, But it really is not much slower than the Ti. I still do not see justification for upgrading from my current 650Ti , With no gpu boost function the regular 650Ti’s it can overclock like crazy. Especially if you modify the 650Ti’s Bios to unlock the rest of your voltage. However I will run into the problems like this 750 did in the review if I go past 1GB.

  • GamingRabbit

    Ye, its ridiculous to think about my GTX 590 uses 149Watts in IDLE!!

  • ?

    stupid mining cunts

    • WhoCares

      ??

      • Brian Blair

        I agree, A stupid worthless waste of time, It just drives up prices making crappy cards like mine and others prices go way up, It hurts to try to upgrade now, Thanks to that I will be stuck with the stupid 650Ti for awhile. They are too dumb to realize the whole thing is a scam, You really think once your bit coins become worth anything the Federal Reserve Nazi’s Will stand for it?

        • WhoCares

          Well, at least that’s a valid point. But why should we assume that the Federal Reserve will have any credibility left in 10, 20, 30 years? Quite a bold assumption there.

        • Brian Blair

          I agree with that!
          In my opinion the federal reserve never had credibility! The federal reserve was one of the worst things ever done to this country. They of’course conveniently used the excuse of the great depression to push it on us too! But if anyone can read a history book, Or if the books have not been burned yet LOL, People would learn the truth. And the truth is it was military production during WWII that brought the USA out of the depression, And not the federal reserve at all. And still today they of’course have a dramatic excuse to promote any anti-liberty anti-constitutional BS. And for some reason people let the wool go over their eyes and never speak out.

  • Jordan

    Just picked up two of these… Gotta say I’m blown away by the little cards. Mining Doge @ ~255Kh/s PER with the stock clocks and only drawing 55w?!? Amazing! Don’t know of any other cards that I can stuff 2 of in a stock dell and pull 500Kh/s without upgrading anything else.

  • basroil

    Looks like Nvidia really just got rid of the need to test power consumption on those cards… Can’t wait to see what the 860 series does to power consumption, should be an absolute beast for performance/power

    • http://www.gamingworm.com/ Muqsit

      Leaked benchmarks showed GTX 870 will have TDP of 150 Watts