Biostar Announces Overclocked Model Of Nvidia GTX 750 Ti
Barely a month after the launch of its version of GeForce GTX 750 Ti GPU, Biostar has unveiled an overclocked model of the same graphics card. The Biostar GeForce Gaming GTX 750 Ti OC will feature Nvidia’s Maxwell 1.0 architecture and given its specifications, it should be perfect for gaming rigs to handle most modern games without requiring a lot of power.
The 750 Ti OC comes with 2GB of GDDR5 video memory on a 128-bit bus. The number of CUDA cores remain the same at 640 while the clock speed is increased to 1127MHz and the GPU will feature a Boost of 1178MHz. As expected, it also features Nvidia exclusive stuff like PhysX, CUDA and PuroVideo HD technology.
The card also has a nicely designed dual-fan cooling system in place to ensure that the card remains cool even in the most intensive gaming sessions. The Biostar GeForce GAMING GTX 750 Ti OC boasts a mini-HDMI output as well as dual DVI. The GPU requires a PCI Express 3.0 x16 slot to function and given how Nvidia’s GPU are very light on the power draw, most users won’t even need to replace their PSU in order to use GTX 750 Ti OC.
While the GTX 750 has been replaced by the latest GTX 950 for quite some time now, Biostar doesn’t seem to be ready to discard the old GPU yet. If DirectX 11 gaming at low-medium settings is what users are looking for, the 750 Ti OC is by no means a slouch even in many recent games and might actually be cheaper than a GTX 950.