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Promoted 08-29-2014 by iconian at 01:25 PM View Original Post
Tiger Direct has Asus GeForce GTX 750 TI OC Edition 2 GB GDDR5 PCI Express 3.0 Video Card (GTX750TI-OC-2GD5) for $149.99 - $20 rebate - $20 w/ coupon code IEI133834 - $15 with $15 off $100 code (details here) = $95 + free shipping. Thanks ngttri

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First time we have seen OC 750 Ti for below $100. -iconian


Price Comparison Our research indicates that Asus GeForce GTX 750 TI Overclocked Video Card is $35 lower (27% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $130 (after rebate). -iconian

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Edited August 29, 2014 at 12:39 PM by DeividdoSama
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I'm planning on piecing together a system based around the AMD FX-6300. I want to use components I have lying around but need a graphics card. This has a power connector whereas some of the other 750ti's don't. Will a 430 watt power supply be sufficient to use with this card and the 6300 processor?
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I'm planning on piecing together a system based around the AMD FX-6300. I want to use components I have lying around but need a graphics card. This has a power connector whereas some of the other 750ti's don't. Will a 430 watt power supply be sufficient to use with this card and the 6300 processor?
Yes, it would be sufficient. The power connector is simply redundancy, as the power consumption of this card is at the very limit of what a PCI-e slot can offer.

http://www.techpowerup.com/review...750_Ti_OC/
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I'm planning on piecing together a system based around the AMD FX-6300. I want to use components I have lying around but need a graphics card. This has a power connector whereas some of the other 750ti's don't. Will a 430 watt power supply be sufficient to use with this card and the 6300 processor?
If it's a good one from a reliable PSU maker (Corsair, Seasonic, Antec, others I can't think of at the moment) then yes, it's plenty with enough left over for hard drives, fans, and optical drives. Unless it's an older PSU then you have to factor in capacitor aging which I don't know much about.
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Yes, it would be sufficient. The power connector is simply redundancy, as the power consumption of this card is at the very limit of what a PCI-e slot can offer.

http://www.techpowerup.com/review...750_Ti_OC/
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If it's a good one from a reliable PSU maker (Corsair, Seasonic, Antec, others I can't think of at the moment) then yes, it's plenty with enough left over for hard drives, fans, and optical drives. Unless it's an older PSU then you have to factor in capacitor aging which I don't know much about.
Thanks to both of you. The power supply is a new Corsair CX430 that I've had for a little while.
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I'm planning on piecing together a system based around the AMD FX-6300. I want to use components I have lying around but need a graphics card. This has a power connector whereas some of the other 750ti's don't. Will a 430 watt power supply be sufficient to use with this card and the 6300 processor?
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Thanks to both of you. The power supply is a new Corsair CX430 that I've had for a little while.
I bought this card the other day. I am using it with a 500W power supply (EVGA) with no problem. I don't think you will have any issues unless your case is loaded up with a lot of old spinning hard drives and fans. The reference models of the 750ti do not have an external connector and require a 300W PSU. (I think max drain via the PCI bus is 75W) ASUS added some fans to the card. This and to allow for overclocking they added the external power plug.

I flipped the codes for in-game currency that comes with the card on eBay for $18 buy it now and it sold within the hour. If you want to put in the listing in the game card/code section of eBay, I suggest print it out and say you are selling it as the physical item, but offer to send an electronic copy to buyer right away, and mail the 'card'. (eBay can be flaky and remove listings when it comes to digital-only goods from private sellers. )

Anyway, I have enjoyed the card. I have it paired with an A10-7850K. Had I to do it over, I would have went with the AMD FX CPU. I thought I would use the A10 for a while by its self, but got the itch for a stand alone GPU.
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Priced matched staples. They 110% pmed me twice on accident. Total AR 77

Edit: I think they calculated the 20$ instant savings twice.
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First time I've seen the 750 Ti under $100. Figured for that price, might as well replace my GTX 460. No complaints on the performance of the 460, just like to stay current.

I like that this one has the redundant power connector as well. I feel more comfortable knowing power is delivered via beefy molex connector than tiny PCIe pins. I'm sure it doesn't matter, but I like it anyway.
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Was about to post this myself and then I saw yours. Amazing deal, picked one up for myself.
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Tempted as my sli 460s and physx 8800gtx need a refresh but will hold out till end of the year.
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Shopdiscover will bring this down to 88 AR AC
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FYI, the image seems to indicate this comes with the crappy Nvidia $150 in-game cash voucher. It's for $50 in each game (Warface, Path of Exile, Heroes of Newerth). You can sell it on eBay for like $15-$20 if you aren't going to use it.

This is a pretty decent card. I paid $110 for it a few weeks ago. An okay upgrade over my Radeon HD 5770 which was usable but not as smooth as it used to be.
I also wanted an Nvidia card to go with my Nvidia Shield which works, but I found I don't actually want to play PC games on that tiny screen since it's so hard to see anything.
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Quote from drunksmokingjur View Post :
Priced matched staples. They 110% pmed me twice on accident. Total AR 77

Edit: I think they calculated the 20$ instant savings twice.

I tried to PM and didn't get it. I went with OP's deal instead. How exactly did you do your live chat?
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I bought this card the other day. I am using it with a 500W power supply (EVGA) with no problem. I don't think you will have any issues unless your case is loaded up with a lot of old spinning hard drives and fans. The reference models of the 750ti do not have an external connector and require a 300W PSU. (I think max drain via the PCI bus is 75W) ASUS added some fans to the card. This and to allow for overclocking they added the external power plug.

I flipped the codes for in-game currency that comes with the card on eBay for $18 buy it now and it sold within the hour. If you want to put in the listing in the game card/code section of eBay, I suggest print it out and say you are selling it as the physical item, but offer to send an electronic copy to buyer right away, and mail the 'card'. (eBay can be flaky and remove listings when it comes to digital-only goods from private sellers. )

Anyway, I have enjoyed the card. I have it paired with an A10-7850K. Had I to do it over, I would have went with the AMD FX CPU. I thought I would use the A10 for a while by its self, but got the itch for a stand alone GPU.
I went ahead and ordered this. This coupled with the FX-6300 should give me a better gaming computer than my current HTPC, which is an AMD 960T and 6570 graphics card.
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