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Are all 750ti's created equal?

#1mlmorgan23Posted 3/29/2014 8:10:02 AM
I am on the new end of PC gaming and not quite sure of the differences.
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#2Jprime666Posted 3/29/2014 8:13:52 AM
There can be differences. Some might have a higher clock speed, or a better cooler.
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#3ThePCElitistPosted 3/29/2014 8:14:08 AM
You're going to have different variations of binned cards from different manufacturers. The higher binned ones usually end up being sold as Factory OC or SC GPU's.
#4mlmorgan23(Topic Creator)Posted 3/29/2014 8:27:24 AM
On the skyrim board, I was told that my GPU was my bottleneck.

AMD FX-Series FX-6100 (3.3GHz)
16GB DDR3 1TB HDD Capacity
Windows 8.1 64-Bit
NVIDIA GeForce GT 640 2GB

Someone was kind enough to recommend the 750ti (due to cost). When looking to find one, there were quite a few in a range of prices. Is there anything else that is most pertinent I should be looking at when I do purchase one?

Thanks for the help
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#5mlmorgan23(Topic Creator)Posted 3/29/2014 8:27:24 AM
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#6Flaktrooper123Posted 3/29/2014 8:29:51 AM
Of course not, non-reference models are aplenty and they have different coolers and default clock speeds. I am not sure which one is the reference model
#7Jprime666Posted 3/29/2014 8:44:03 AM
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814487024
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#8cancerstormPosted 3/29/2014 8:44:22 AM
not all silicon chips are made equal
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#9mlmorgan23(Topic Creator)Posted 3/29/2014 8:47:03 AM
Jprime666 posted...
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814487024


Thanks!
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#10maybecallsPosted 3/29/2014 8:49:41 AM
Some of them have additional 6 pin power connectors, as do some of the non-Ti GTX 750 cards (eg the latest 2GB models).

If your PSU isn't very good (eg 300w or something) I would opt for the cheapest 750Ti you can find. If your PSU is decent, I would consider spending a wee bit extra and opting for a GTX 660 or R9 270, instead.