The GeForce GTX 750 Graphics Card from EVGA has been designed for gamers and enthusiasts after the additional processing power a dedicated GPU can provide. Not only can the card help video game graphics render smoother motion with more detail, it can also provide compute assistance to a growing number of GPU-aware applications. Through APIs such as OpenCL and CUDA much of the workload created by computationally heavy activities, such as transcoding video, can be shifted to the GPU freeing CPU resources and in many cases performing operations faster than the CPU alone is capable of.
This version of the GTX 750 features a 1020 MHz GPU that can be boosted (overclocked) up to 1085 MHz. The GPU incorporates 512 CUDA Cores (stream processors) which not only act as general-purpose shaders for rendering display graphics, they also allow applications that support parallel programming to perform hundreds of simple computations at once. To move data to and from the GPU as efficiently as possible, it features 1GB of 1253 MHz GDDR5 RAM over a 128-bit memory interface. Because GDDR5 RAM moves data at four words per cycle, the effective memory clock speed is 5012 MHz, yielding a memory bandwidth of up to 80 GB/s.
The card can be connected to a variety of displays from computer monitors to HDTVs to projectors, even to many 3D devices. It features a DVI-I port which support digital as well as VGA displays, an HDMI port, and a DisplayPort. Through the HDMI or DisplayPort outputs it can drive displays with resolutions up to DCI 4K (4096 x 2160).
- Popular API Support
- Supports Microsoft DirectX 11.2, Direct Compute 5.0, OpenGL, OpenCL, CUDA, and other APIs. These APIs provide the interface required so that software applications can talk to the graphics card. By leveraging the processing power of the graphics card, GPU-aware applications can perform many computationally intensive tasks faster and more efficiently than when relying on the CPU or integrated graphics alone
- Nvidia PhysX Technology
- Full support for Nvidia PhysX technology, enabling an enhanced class of physical gaming interaction designed to yield a more dynamic and realistic experience
- Nvidia SMX Engine
- Next generation streaming multiprocessor built from the ground up for increased performance handling general-purpose computational tasks
- Nvidia GPU Boost
- Dynamically regulates GPU clock speed based on the workload of your game or application to maximize processing performance
- Nvidia Adaptive Vertical Sync
- Dynamically enables vertical sync based on your current frame rates to help yield smoother graphics rendering
- Nvidia Surround
- With a single card you can expand compatible games across three displays for an immersive, stereoscopic 3D experience. Nvidia Surround also supports triple screen gaming with non-3D capable monitors
- Nvidia 3D Vision Ready
- Support for Nvidia 3D Vision, bringing a stereoscopic 3D experience to the PC. Featuring a combination of wireless glasses and bespoke software, 3D Vision can transform compatible video PC games into full stereoscopic 3D. In addition, you can stream 3D movies and 3D digital photographs from Nvdia's 3DVisionLive websites to share your gaming experience
- Nvidia CUDA Technology
- Unlocks the power of the GPU's processor cores to accelerate the most demanding tasks such as video transcoding, physics simulation, ray tracing, and more, delivering performance improvements over traditional CPUs
- Additional Nvidia Technologies
- NVIDIA PureVideo HD Technology: The combination of high-definition video decoding acceleration and post-processing that is designed to deliver improved picture clarity, smoother video, more accurate color, and more precise image scaling for movies and video
- NVIDIA FXAA Technology: Shader-based anti-aliasing technology available from the NVIDIA Control Panel that enables accelerated anti-aliasing in many PC games
- NVIDIA TXAA Technology: Support for temporal anti-aliasing
- PCI Express 3.0 x16 Support
- Designed for the new PCI Express 3.0 bus architecture offering the highest data transfer speeds for the most bandwidth-hungry games and 3D applications, while maintaining backwards compatibility with existing PCI Express motherboards for the broadest support.