Add graphics horsepower to your PC with the MSI GeForce GTX 750 Ti Gaming Graphics Card. The GTX 750 Ti GPU has 640 CUDA cores clocked at 1020 MHz and can be boosted up to 1163 MHz when boosting in the card's OC mode. The GPU is coupled to 2GB of GDDR5 vRAM clocked at 5400 MHz with a 128-bit interface. Not only for graphics rendering, the CUDA cores can also be leveraged for hardware acceleration of parallel processes such as video rendering.
To take advantage of the card's factory overclock, MSI has its Gaming App. The Gaming App allows you to choose one of three modes for the card's operation that best fits your processing load. Silent mode has the least overclocking of the three, this way the fans rarely have to spin up. Gaming Mode, which is the default, has a moderate overclock for stable operation along with a speed boost. OC Mode has the highest performance of the three modes and runs the GPU at its fastest speed.
The front panel of this card features three outputs; one DVI-D output which supports resolutions up to 2560 x 1600, one VGA output for legacy analog displays and projectors, and one HDMI output for newer televisions, projectors, and computer monitors. The HDMI output supports resolutions up to 4K, allowing for the display of high-resolution content on compatible displays.
To keep the card cool, even when overclocking, MSI uses its own Twin Frozr IV cooler. The Twin Frozr IV cooler uses two large fans to whisk away hot air and lower the GPU's internal temperature.