Nvidia Announces Two New Entry-Level Graphics Cards

Nvidia has just announced two entry-level graphics cards that utilise the company’s Maxwell architecture and provides users with more bang per watt. The Nvidia GTX 750 and 750 Ti is built with a 28nm fabrication process but makes use of a more efficient means of distributing power across its graphics cores. In terms of benchmark scores, this means that the cards can deliver top-level performance at medium…

 

Nvidia has just announced two entry-level graphics cards that utilise the company’s Maxwell architecture and provides users with more bang per watt.

The Nvidia GTX 750 and 750 Ti is built with a 28nm fabrication process but makes use of a more efficient means of distributing power across its graphics cores. In terms of benchmark scores, this means that the cards can deliver top-level performance at medium settings with less power consumption in contrast to other cards.

An additional benefit of the new cards is that its power efficiency allows them to be installed on smaller mini-ITX cases since they need less aggressive cooling to operate.

The Nvidia cards will go head-to-head with AMD’s R7 cards in terms of pricing with the GTX 750 Ti to cost $150 while the slightly less powerful GTX 750 will retail for $120.

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