Overclocking Galaxy’s GTX 750 Ti GC Slim without Limits


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16 Responses

  1. jeff says:

    I cant find this card anywhere? Is it off market?

  2. jeff says:

    hey Apoppin,

    im looking for a low profile card for my htpc/mame/steambox rig. The issue is its only a 240watt power supply so this may not be the right card. The system only sucks 65watts right now so this card at 60 watts should be fine for the supply yeah?

  3. apoppin says:

    It should be OK if your PSU really does supply 240W

    If you want detailed answers for your questions, consider asking this question on ABT’s forum and post detailed specs of your system

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  5. pratik says:

    Who is better galxy gt 750 ti oc slim or zotac gt 750 ti ?? Which should i buy??

  6. pratik says:

    Please tell me which should i buy on the basis of performance!!!

  7. apoppin says:

    The Galaxy GTX 750 Ti is out of stock at the GALAX store. The Zotac is $115 shipped at Newegg. Both perform similarly although the Zotac is a 1GB vRAM card and subject to those limitations.

    Upon further checking, the 2GB Zotac GTX 750 Ti is $125 shipped at Newegg

    All of the 750 Tis appear to perform similarly to each other in terms of performance and especially in overclocking.

  8. pratik says:

    Both are available for me with approx same price but what should i buy for better performance? And all the forum said that galaxy gt 750 ti slim is low profile,therefore im little bit confuse between zotac gt 750 ti 2gb and galaxy gt 750 ti 2gb….

  9. apoppin says:

    If you run them at stock speeds, the GALAX GTX 750 Ti clocks at 1072MHz/1150MHz base/boost. The Zotac clocks at 1033MHz/1111MHz, so the GALAX card will be a little faster. Overclocking them yourself will return variable results based on each individual card, however, the overclocking potential should be similar.

  10. pratik says:

    I think after overclocking both the cards both come closer to radeon r7 265 isn’t it? So i can go for any one of them……

  11. apoppin says:

    Yes, GTX 750 Ti can overclock decently. Either card will be a very good choice. At stock clocks, the R7 265 will be faster than the GTX 750 Ti. With both cards overclocked, it will be a lot closer.

    Feel free to ask detailed questions on ABT forum and include your current PC HW and resolution that you play at for more ideas.


  12. pratik says:

    Thanks apoppin.is overclocking a card can damage it??

  13. pratik says:

    My psu is local so will it can handle nvidia gt 750 ti its wattage is 450 watt it is of mercuty brand or i will need to change it?
    My specs is core2 duo E7500 @2.93ghz,4 gb ram.can this specs are ok for playing games at medium to high settings.which will realse in next 1-2 years?

  14. apoppin says:

    You really ought to ask your questions on ABT forum.

    Overclocking does not generally damage a card unless safe voltage limits are exceeded. You cannot exceed safe voltage without defeating the safety features built into the cards.

    No idea about your PSU brand. A *quality* 350W PSU is usually fine for GTX 750 Ti.

    To you last question, probably not. The new PC games ported over from the new consoles are extremely demanding compared to even last year’s games. Some of them will not even launch if you have only 4GB of system RAM.

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