MSI GTX750Ti Gaming Review

Test Setup, Temps & Power Usage

MSI GTX750Ti Gaming Review

Test Setup

MSI GTX750Ti Gaming
Intel Core i7-3960X @ 4.6GHz
ASUS Rampage IV Extreme
Corsair Dominator Platinum
Corsair AX1200i
Corsair Neutron GTX
Corsair H100i
Windows 7 x64 

Temperatures

Despite a much higher final clock speed the MSI comfortably fits in below the ASUS thanks to the outstanding Twin Frozr cooler with which the MSI card comes equipped.

MSI GTX750Ti Gaming Review

Power Draw

Finally power draw. Given the extra clock speed available with the MSI it's not surprising that it draws a little more power, although it's still paltry compared to the 400+ Watts drawn by a big budget card such as the 290X. 

MSI GTX750Ti Gaming Review  

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Most Recent Comments

11-03-2014, 18:18:27

mike22122
will there be an aftermarket backing plate available you reckon? really irritates me personally, all the good looks hidden underneath, for me a backing plate is so important if case has a windowQuote

12-03-2014, 00:56:04

qhfreddy
I don't think it would do so well on a cheaper motherboard... If I was in MSi's position I would have put in the 6-pin as PCI-e power is notoriously unreliable.Quote

12-03-2014, 02:27:38

ander01se
Been interested in one of these since the 750 Ti first appeared for my second PC. And with MSi being my favorite of the three big ones, I guess I have no excuse anymore. Quote

12-03-2014, 06:12:59

tinytomlogan
Quote:
Originally Posted by qhfreddy View Post
I don't think it would do so well on a cheaper motherboard... If I was in MSi's position I would have put in the 6-pin as PCI-e power is notoriously unreliable.
Thankfully youre not though matey.... It not being there is so much better than it being there like the asus one. Watch the video and I explain why.Quote

12-03-2014, 09:52:59

qhfreddy
Quote:
Originally Posted by tinytomlogan View Post
Thankfully youre not though matey.... It not being there is so much better than it being there like the asus one. Watch the video and I explain why.
My point was not that the asus one was good, rather than that the lack of a pci power connector could be an issue with some setups due to the motherboards having inadequate power delivery to the pci slot.Quote
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