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EVGA adds two GeForce GTX 750, one with 2GB of memory and a SC one

EVGA adds two GeForce GTX 750, one with 2GB of memory and a SC one

March 9, 2014 5:52 am0 comments

EVGA has announced that they will expand its range of graphics cards based on the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 with two new models, both with 2GB of GDDR5 memory: the EVGA GeForce GTX 750 2GB and a SC (superclocked) model, which, as you can imagine, comes overclocked by default.

These EVGA models have the minimum possible length for the PCI-Express slot (notice that the card ends just beyond the slot), although its thickness is the one of a dual slot. EVGA has included a black aluminum heatsink, as well as a copper center to reduce the temperature, they say, by 5 degrees.

EVGA GeForce GTX 750

The normal model offers 2 GB of RAM, and the SC model offers a speed of up to 1215 MHz on the core (1294 Mhz in Boost mode) and memory at up to 5012 MHz. Remember that these models feature 512 CUDA Cores and a memory bus of 128 bits, offering a total bandwidth memory of 80 GB/s.

They will hit the market next week, but its price is still unknown.

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