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Tuesday, 21 January 2014 18:14

Nvidia GTX 750 Ti Maxwell listed in Europe

Written by Slobodan Simic

US $225 in Hungary

Rumored for a mid-February release, we certainly did not expect to see Nvidia's GTX 750 Ti listed so early but it appears that Hungarian retail/e-tail shop jumped the gun and shortly listed ASUS GTX 750 Ti graphics card for 50,000 HUF, or around US $225.

Although there are not many details or the actual picture, the listed graphics card packs 2GB of GDDR5 memory, comes from ASUS and bears the GTX750TI-OC-2GD5 model name, which suggest that it is a factory-overclocked version. This also means that Nvidia most likely plans to give a green light on factory-overclocked and possibly, custom design, graphics cards from day one, which is always a good thing.

The price of 50,000 HUF, or around US $225, sounds a bit too steep, especially considering earlier rumors that the GTX 750 Ti fits between the GTX 650 Ti Boost and the GTX 660 in terms of performance, not between the GTX 660 and the GTX 760 as expected.

The GTX 750 Ti should be the first graphics card from Nvidia based on an all-new Maxwell GPU, so it will be quite interesting to see what kind of performance we can expect from Maxwell.

Via Techpowerup.com.

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