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    All the years to come I want you to remember the one man who beat you. Cropels's Avatar
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    Newshit GTX 750 OC... The Best Idea

    It's not the GTX 750 Ti or GTX 750 16GB BOOST SSD Coolgate.

    Just a GTX 750 1GB

    The reason for this post is.. that there is not a lot of difference to GTX 750 and GTX 750 OC.
    I got this GPU 1 month ago, and I tried to burn it down...

    I used MSI After burner for this:
    -Power Limit 100%
    -Core Clock(MHz) +200
    -Memory Clock (MHz) +250
    -Fan Speed 85% (A single fan that can't cool a RAM)

    I tried benchmarks, Stress Test and Ultra Gaming 1080P (Actual Resolution 1920x1080) and... the Average FPS still there:

    Batman Arkham Origins:
    Without OC all Ultra = Min 14.5 FPS Avg= 46 FPS Max= 100 FPS (Looking at the sky)
    With OC all Ultra = Min 17 FPS Avg = 50FPS Max= 102 FPS (Looking at the sky)

    I can Put a lot of games and benchmarks here but it's a "short post".
    So the million question then... Does it really worth that I put an OC in my GTX 750 1GB? = NO it's the same thing (only with 4 or 7 FPS more) so I recommend to buy a better GPU
    If you watch a comparison in youtube you'll never get the right answer, while you are recording you spend like 10 or 30 FPS in that video, so just don't.

    Also I made an ultimate OC that can't play any game
    Core Clock +650
    Memory Clock +800
    This was before it crash and I can only say... I can only play TF2 with 20 FPS more (Actually running at 90 - 100 FPS)
    So at this point I need your opinion guys,

    Maybe I'm the only here in AOD with a GTX 750 1GB, or maybe not....

    Tell me if I can get more FPS (I don't care for video quality) with other kind of OC or I'm wrong and my GTX sucks. And also you know..... Bad English is Bad

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    A 750 1gb card won't get you far these days. A couple years ago, it may have been decent at best. I would recommend saving up for a 970 or at least a 960. Both are 4gb cards and are pretty decent by today's standards.

    Also, what CPU are you using?
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    I agree with AOD_Rainbow Dash.
    Today at least 3GB is needed. Best buy with price/performance will be GTX 970 from Nvidia & R9 390 from red team, especially if you're gaming on 1080p.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AOD_Rainbow Dash View Post
    A 750 1gb card won't get you far these days. A couple years ago, it may have been decent at best. I would recommend saving up for a 970 or at least a 960. Both are 4gb cards and are pretty decent by today's standards.

    Also, what CPU are you using?
    +1 Also, good point about your Processor, if you have a lower-end(Celeron/Pentium/Core i3 without out hyper-threading and below) CPU then any type of incremental improvements in the GPU wont do much(and in your case any, really) if any, to your Frame rates. 1 GB Frame buffer is not very optimal for 1080p, plus the 750( You may be able to slide by w/ a 750Ti with a 2 Gig Frame Buffer, and a core i3 w/ hyperthreading) isnt going to keep up well w/ 1080p. What settings do you generally run at?
    Last edited by AOD_Grady666; 08-16-2015 at 09:55 AM.

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    All the years to come I want you to remember the one man who beat you. Cropels's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by AOD_Rainbow Dash View Post
    A 750 1gb card won't get you far these days. A couple years ago, it may have been decent at best. I would recommend saving up for a 970 or at least a 960. Both are 4gb cards and are pretty decent by today's standards.

    Also, what CPU are you using?
    CPU: AMD FX 6300 3.8Ghz
    GPU: GTX 750 1GB
    RAM: PNY 8GB 1600Mhz

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    Quote Originally Posted by AOD_Grady666 View Post
    +1 Also, good point about your Processor, if you have a lower-end(Celeron/Pentium/Core i3 without out hyper-threading and below) CPU then any type of incremental improvements in the GPU wont do much(and in your case any, really) if any, to your Frame rates. 1 GB Frame buffer is not very optimal for 1080p, plus the 750( You may be able to slide by w/ a 750Ti with a 2 Gig Frame Buffer, and a core i3 w/ hyperthreading) isnt going to keep up well w/ 1080p. What settings do you generally run at?
    This games in High or even Ultra settings 60FPS+ 1920x1080p
    -Team Fortress 2
    -LoL
    -Left 4 Dead 2
    -Killing Floor 2 (No V-sync)
    -Dead Space 1/2
    -Outlast
    -Metro Redux (No SSAA, No Motion Blur, Tesselation Medium, No V-Sync)
    -Payday 1/2
    -Alien Isolation (No V-Sync)
    -Call of Duty BO II
    -Batman Arkham Games (No Physx)


    And this games in Medium or Low settings 40FPS less or more, 1920x1080 (No V-sync, No Blur Amount, No Shadows, No Tessellation)
    -Battlefield 4 / 3
    -Battlefield Bad Company 2
    -Sniper Elite
    -Fallout 3


 

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