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Today marks the launch of Maxwell, Nvidia's latest product architecture, set to take the budget-oriented market with better power efficiency and strong gaming performance at the lower end of the spectrum. We're specifically looking at the MSI GTX 750 Ti Twin Frozr Gaming, a card that comes with an aggressive factory overclock out of the box, and looking to trounce AMD's R7 260X. This card looks very promising on paper. And MSI looks to have put quite a bit of tech into the budget-oriented card, so let's take a closer look and get it on the bench to see if real world tests can fulfill Nvidia's aspirations.
Introduction NVIDIA previously announced that the new GTX 780 Ti will be available November 7, 2013 at an E-tail price of $699. Purchase a GTX 780Ti/780/770 and receive a free copy of Batman: Arkham Origins, Splinter Cell: Blacklist and Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag, plus $100 off a SHIELD purchase, as part of its Holiday Bundle . As a result of the GTX 780 Ti joining our lineup, the new suggested e-tail price for GTX 780 is $499 and GTX 770 is $329. Purchase a GTX 760/660 and the holiday bundle consists of Splinter Cell: Blacklist and Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag, plus $50 off a SHIELD purchase. Also, today heralds the launch of GeForce Experience 1.7 and the beta release of GeForce ShadowPlay. For Fans of NVIDIA these releases would be something that will make them extremely joyful. What’s better than waking up to find a new NVIDIA GTX 780 Ti under the tree on Christmas morning? HOHOHO!
Just yesterday, NVIDIA released the remaining details on the 780 Ti. Nothing was terribly surprising, it will be released on November 7th with a recommended e-tail price of $699. Following the release, the price of the 780 and 770 will be dropped to $499 and $329 respectively. Buyers of the 780 Ti will also get the “The Way It’s Meant to Be Played Holiday Bundle with SHIELD” which comes with three free games and $100 off the Shield gaming device. The same goes for 780, 770, 760 and 660, (although the 760 and 660 only come with two free games and only $50 off shield). Here’s the official release from Nvidia:
The MSI GTX 780 Twin Frozr Gaming comes with a factory overclock, and a stylish cooler that promises low temperatures and noise levels. We know Kepler performance is off the charts, but how does this premium card from MSI stack up in today's most demanding games? Is it worth the expensive price tag? Let's dive in and find out.
We're looking at a custom implementation of the behemoth GeForce GTX 780. This one is from Gigabyte: the GTX 780 OC Windforce, sporting an insane factory overclock and a stunning cooler. The If you have he budget to afford something special that'll get you bragging rights along with a killer card, then read on to find out more about this Gigabyte card.
The Gigabyte GTX 760 OC Windforce is the latest in the company's popular model series, and this model now comes with an updated version of its namesake cooler. We have high expectations of today's launch, but can the Gigabyte GTX 760 OC Windforce continue the winning trend against AMD?
Looking to capitalize on the attractive mid-range performance gaming market with a price tag of only $249, the Nvidia GeForce GTX 760 looks to bring the features of its more powerful siblings at much lower price point. Can the GeForce GTX 760 continue the winning trend against AMD? Let's take a closer look and find out.
The Gigabyte GTX 770 OC Windforce comes with an updated version of its namesake cooler, sporting a new look in metal rather than plastic. Factor in an aggressive factory overclock and low temperatures, and we may have a killer card to showcase. But what about performance? Read on to find out more.
The MSI GTX 770 Gaming is the latest in the company's Gaming Series, a GPU in a broader range of gaming-oriented products. MSI has put together a very compelling package here for gamers who want strong performance and great cooling. Read on for more.
Another week, another new Kepler launch for Nvidia. This time it's the GeForce GTX 770 and it looks to pack a gaming punch at a more affordable price than the flagship 780. How does it perform? Read on to find out.
With a custom cooler and strong overclock, can the MSI GTX 650 Ti Boost Twin Frozr OC shove aside the Radeon 7790 and capture the minds and hearts of budget-conscious gamers? It looks very promising on paper, so let's get it on the bench and find out.
The non-reference Sparkle Dragon Cyclone GTX 650 derives its name primarily from the custom cooler (though you also get a factory overclock) that Sparkle has designed. It includes three fans that are swap-and-drop, allowing consumers the choice of Turbo, Stock, or Silent options to install in order to suit their preferences and needs. It's definitely innovative, but can the card compete in criteria other than price and fan design?
Today's review here is a look at the non-reference MSI GTX 650 Ti Power Edition, a model that sports a custom cooler and a factory overclock for only $10 more than the reference design. We expect some good things from this card and Nvidia has been extremely successful with the Kepler products, so will this card measure up? Can it beat the competing Radeon cards? Let's dive in and answer those questions and more. Click through for more.
The Nvidia GeForce GTX 650 Ti is the latest in the Kepler lineup, and while it may share a similar naming scheme as the GTX 660 Ti, it has some very distinct differences, not the least of which is a considerably lower price tag. Beyond the reference design card, however, some manufacturers are taking what appears to already be an impressive product and pushing things further, with improved power distribution, custom heatsinks for lower temperatures, factory overclocked settings, and even voltage tweaking capabilities for enthusiasts who want to extract the most our of their graphics card. ASUS is bringing all of these to consumers with the GTX 650 Ti DirectCU II TOP. Click through for more.
The Nvidia GeForce GTX 650 Ti is the latest in the Kepler lineup, and while it may share a similar naming scheme as the GTX 660 Ti, it has some very distinct differences, not the least of which is a considerably lower price tag. Costing about $149 for the reference design (and about $10 to $20 more for most partner cards), this creates a very interesting scenario, as it sits just above the Radeon 7770 in terms of price, so the question is whether this new Kepler card has the horsepower to compete in areas other than simply price. Nvidia has been extremely successful with the Kepler products, so will this card measure up? Can it beat the competing Radeon cards? Let's dive in and answer those questions and more. Click through for more.