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“Very clean GPU was pulled from a prebuilt. Doesn’t seem to have been taken apart for refurbishing or water cooling. Does have some light scratching on back hdmi port bringing down to a Grade B condition.”
Hdmi Standard Output, Dual-Link Dvi
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 Ti
ASUS NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 Ti 2GB GDDR5 Video Card – Grade B
About this product
NVIDIA introduced the GeForce GTX 750 Ti as its first graphics card to use the Maxwell architecture. Maxwell was the spearhead of a mobile first approach by the brand. Mobile first doesn’t mean mobile only. This is a desktop solution. The mission here is to provide maximum performance in a small form factor and with minimal power consumption. The GTX 750 Ti can really deliver. That can make it a superb choice whether your goal is 3D gaming, HD movies, or advanced graphics design.The Ti stands for titanium, and it indicates a GeForce GTX at the top of its particular series. This GeForce has 640 CUDA cores and a base clock of 1020 MHz. It also has a boost clock of 1085 MHz. That means that your card can upclock itself when you need it most. No overclocking is necessary. These graphics cards also feature 2GB of GDDR5 memory. That means more space for larger textures and less bottlenecking of your CPU. These NVIDIA GeForce GTX cards connect to your motherboard via a PCIe 3.0 x16 port. Low profile and standard PCIe ports are equally suitable options.The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 Ti GPU also features a silent mode. Silent mode drops the clock down to 1020 MHz. In that mode, the fans don’t have to spin, and even less power is consumed. That can be a great option when surfing the web or balancing your checking account. Even at full throttle, the low power consumption of this hardware can be impressive. At peak performance, consumption is between 60 and 70 watts. With a single monitor setup, idle usage is just about 5 watts.Before NVIDIA introduced this GeForce GTX, 60w was possible only in basic video solutions. This card, however, delivers the gaming performance needed to achieve 30 and 60 frames per second at 1080p. The NVIDIA software provides a hands-off experience by automatically dialing in games. This GeForce GTX decodes digital video with ease as well. Feed that video to a TV or monitor via a mini-HDMI output. In addition to HDMI, this GPU features two dual link DVI connectors. That means that you can run up to three monitors out of the box or four with the proper accessories.Everything you need to get started is included with the GeForce GTX 750 Ti. Simply pop it in to a PCIe port, close the case, and turn your computer on. No additional power is needed. Everything needed is provided through the PCIe port. Windows should automatically detect your card and install the necessary drivers. If you install the NVIDIA GeForce Experience software for your GTX 750 Ti, it will help keep your drivers current.The GeForce GTX 750 Ti can be a fantastic graphics processing solution that provides big performance in a small package. It can process 3D graphics and HD video with ease. It has the muscle for Photoshop, CAD, and other graphic design environments. It can also output HD audio via HDMI to a TV or home theater receiver. Better yet, it can give you all that graphics power and demands very little juice in return.