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NVIDIA GTX 750 Ti will hit the market on February, it will be based on Maxwell

NVIDIA GTX 750 Ti will hit the market on February, it will be based on Maxwell

January 24, 2014 9:14 am0 comments

The NVIDIA GTX 750 Ti is been floating around for a couple of months now, but is hasn’t been officially released. Some sources say this model was canceled thanks to the less than impressive performance of the GK106, theoretically used in that card.

In any case, the point is that a new source has said NVIDIA will release the GTX 750 Ti in February, but unlike what we’ve seen so far, it’ll feature a GM107 chip, that is, a Maxwell, the next graphical generation of the company.

This can only mean one thing: If the chip they’ve used in the newest graphics card is actually the GM107, this means it’s a mid to low-tier device, although its performance should be pretty much the same as a GTX 650 Ti Boost.

It’s also worth noticing that Maxwell devices will keep the 28nm manufacturing process, since the 20nm process can’t ensure good results yet.

Nothing has been officially stated about the number of shaders of its frequency, though it wouldn’t be surprising if it features a 128 or 192-bit memory bus.

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