Windforce 750 ti 4gb power consumption
As the title says, what is the power consumption of the card. Im sort of going for a budget gpu and dont have hdmi or dp on my monitor so only vga or dvi-i will work.
El_Scorpio said:Fairly low. TDP for this card is 60 W. The whole system consumption with GTX 750 Ti is no more than 200 W. Officially recommended power supply is 400 W unit.
Only part of your information is correct. Here are hte parts you are wrong about: The whole system consumption with GTX 750 Ti is no more than 200 W. This is not always the case. This is actually subject to the other hardware installed in the PC. If you use a CPU that draws around 125 Watts then add a 75 watt GPU and figure in Hard drives/ Solid state drives, fans, Optical drive ect. the total draw easily will go over 200 watts.
Next is the officially recommended PSU is not 400 watts but 300 Watts.
GTX 750 Ti GPU Engine Specs:
1020Base Clock (MHz)
1085Boost Clock (MHz)
GTX 750 Ti Memory Specs:
5.4 GbpsMemory Clock
2048 MBStandard Memory Config
128-bitMemory Interface Width
86.4 Memory Bandwidth (GB/sec)
GTX 750 Ti Support:
PCI Express 3.0 Bus Support
YesCertified for Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows Vista or Windows XP
NVIDIA GameStream, GPU Boost 2.0, 3D Vision, CUDA, PhysX, TXAA, Adaptive VSync, FXAA, NVIDIA Surround, G-SYNC-readySupported Technologies1
Yes3D Vision Ready
12 APIMicrosoft DirectX
Yes Blu Ray 3D
Yes3D Vision Live (Photos and Videos)
4 displaysMulti Monitor
4096x2160Maximum Digital Resolution
2048x1536Maximum VGA Resolution
One Dual Link DVI-I, One Dual Link DVI-D, One mini-HDMI Standard Display Connectors
InternalAudio Input for HDMI
GTX 750 Ti Graphics Card Dimensions:
Thermal and Power Specs:
95 CMaximum GPU Tempurature (in C)
60 WGraphics Card Power (W)
300 WMinimum System Power Requirement (W)
I have used the official Gigabyte site for information. It says 400 W recommended PSU.
El_Scorpio said:I have used the official Gigabyte site for information. It says 400 W recommended PSU.
Gigabyte is a AIB partner and the GPU you looked up was an overclocked model. The site I linked was Nvidia's official site.