The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 Ti video card has been in the news for the past several weeks and today is no different. The latest build of GPU-Z that came out today officially supports the unannounced GeForce GTX 750 Ti and the PCOnline forums has some benchmarks that are said to be from a GeForce GTX 750 Ti. In Futuremark 3DMark 11 with the performance preset it looks like the GeForce GTX 750 Ti scored P4188 3DMarks with early drivers and then in 3DMark Fire Strike it scored 3170 points. The performance numbers leaked over a week ago showed a score of 4019 in 3dMark Fire Strike and P5820 in 3DMark11, so this is a pretty big difference in performance results.
Not much is known about the test system other than the fact that an Intel Core i7-4770K processor was used. The poster used GPU-Z 0.7.5 that doesn’t officially support this processor, but it did show that it has 960 CUDA cores running with a base clock of 1098MHz with a boost clock of 1176MHz. The 2GB of GDDR5 memory showed up as being on a 128-bit bus and ran at 1350MHz (5400MHz effective).
Rumor had it that the non-TI variant of the GeForce GTX 750 would not be using Maxwell. The change log for the latest build of GPU-Z noted that the GeForce GTX 750 will be using GM107 (GeForce Maxwell), so it looks like both are going to be Maxwell based! This will be the first of many GPUs on this architecture, so we can’t wait to see how these perform.