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Promoted 09-29-2014 by Corwin at 06:32 PM View Original Post
Newegg.com has MSI GeForce GTX 750 1GB 128-Bit GDDR5 Video Card (01G-P4-2757-KR) for $99.99 - $10 w/ promo code VISACHECKOUT (must use VISA checkout) - $20 Rebate = $69.99. Shipping is Free. Thanks kit10dog
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Edited September 29, 2014 at 09:46 AM by kit10dog
One of Newegg shell shockers today, starts at 3PM PDT, so please don't tell me it shows different price now, wait for this shell shocker price to come up at 3PM Pacific.

Right now card is $140 minus $20 rebate. At 3PM it will be $100 minus $20 rebate and Visa Checkout code "visacheckout" - obviously you have to checkout via Visa Checkout. Code gives %10 off which will be $100-10-20=$70 free shipping, which is half of what EVGA asks for this card upfront now. Excellent ratings on all sites, great performance for this price.

Card:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Pro...6814487034
Rebate:
http://images10.newegg.com/upload...14jd56.pdf
Limit two per household, too bad it does not support SLI, for $140 for two cards it would have been great.
Remember - it's 3PM PDT today !!!
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Is one better off waiting for a 750 ti deal for gaming with an i3-4130? Would there be a big difference in fps at 720 or 1080?
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Is one better off waiting for a 750 ti deal for gaming with an i3-4130? Would there be a big difference in fps at 720 or 1080?
the TI offers roughly double the performance, so yes
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the TI offers roughly double the performance, so yes
I'd refrain from calling it double performance, the only "double" here can be referred to RAM size 2GB vs 1GB. Otherwise 640 CUDA cores on Ti vs 512 on regular GTX 750 is not nearly double, core clock is the same (for stock cards), memory clock is just 8% higher (again, on stock cards). Benchmarks clearly show 15-20% advantage of 750 Ti over GTX 750, which is on par with difference in price if not less. Lowest realistic expectation for GTX 750 Ti is $100, when there are rebates and coupons overlapping. That's 30% more expensive than this offer for 20% of extra performance.
In the deal that I have posted we have EVGA FTW version that has 1229MHz core clock which is much higher than ~1050MHz you'd find in lower range GTX 750 Ti (which you can expect for $100 after lucky combination of coupons and rebates). Plus ACX cooler with dual fans, and 6-pin power connector which allows all that overclock to happen.

C'mon, bluntly saying Ti is twice faster is not worthy of your nice amount of reputation.

Benchs:
http://www.anandtech.com/show/776...maxwell/14

http://www.guru3d.com/articles_pa...ew,16.html
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I do not think you can SLI the 750

But TU and repped

Rebate is for one card only per fine print

Limit One (1) rebate per qualifying rebate offer, per person, billing address, company, household and receipt/invoice/packing slip during the eligibility period, except were prohibited by law. Only one (1) rebate application per envelope
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I do not think you can SLI the 750

But TU and repped

Rebate is for one card only per fine print

Limit One (1) rebate per qualifying rebate offer, per person, billing address, company, household and receipt/invoice/packing slip during the eligibility period, except were prohibited by law. Only one (1) rebate application per envelope
I see limit (2) on rebate form in several places. What rebate form are you looking at?
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One of Newegg shell shockers today, starts at 3PM PDT, so please don't tell me it shows different price now, wait for this shell shocker price to come up at 3PM Pacific.

Right now card is $140 minus $20 rebate. At 3PM it will be $100 minus $20 rebate and Visa Checkout code "visacheckout" - obviously you have to checkout via Visa Checkout. Code gives %10 off which will be $100-10-20=$70 free shipping, which is half of what EVGA asks for this card upfront now. Excellent ratings on all sites, great performance for this price.

Card:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Pro...6814487034
Rebate:
http://images10.newegg.com/upload...14jd56.pdf
Limit two per household, too bad it does not support SLI, for $140 for two cards it would have been great.
Remember - it's 3PM PDT today !!!
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I see limit (2) on rebate form in several places. What rebate form are you looking at?
The webpage in the PDF link


https://evga.4myrebate.com/?oc=EGA-21270

EDIT: I just checked your link. It appears the two forms do not agree. I would print out this rebate and circle the part about two rebates when submitting since there is always someone who does not get the word at times.
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I was debating between a 750 or a 2gb 260x to put in a rig to sell. I'm at work so I do not have access to many of the tech sites. Is one really that much better than the other? Price is a huge factor since this is to sell. Thanks to anyone who would reply!
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I'd refrain from calling it double performance, the only "double" here can be referred to RAM size 2GB vs 1GB. Otherwise 640 CUDA cores on Ti vs 512 on regular GTX 750 is not nearly double, core clock is the same (for stock cards), memory clock is just 8% higher (again, on stock cards). Benchmarks clearly show 15-20% advantage of 750 Ti over GTX 750, which is on par with difference in price if not less. Lowest realistic expectation for GTX 750 Ti is $100, when there are rebates and coupons overlapping. That's 30% more expensive than this offer for 20% of extra performance.
In the deal that I have posted we have EVGA FTW version that has 1229MHz core clock which is much higher than ~1050MHz you'd find in lower range GTX 750 Ti (which you can expect for $100 after lucky combination of coupons and rebates). Plus ACX cooler with dual fans, and 6-pin power connector which allows all that overclock to happen.

C'mon, bluntly saying Ti is twice faster is not worthy of your nice amount of reputation.

Benchs:
http://www.anandtech.com/show/776...maxwell/14

http://www.guru3d.com/articles_pa...ew,16.html
Thx! That's what I was thinking... Will this one require the 6 pin connector to operate in standard mode or can it run right off the PCI express slot?
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the TI offers roughly double the performance, so yes
The reason why I told people never take tech advices from Slickdealers...
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Thx! That's what I was thinking... Will this one require the 6 pin connector to operate in standard mode or can it run right off the PCI express slot?
It's hard to say if it will run without 6-pin attached. In one of the EVGA replies to feedback on card they state that it should run fine with most PSUs, in requirements it states same 300W minimum as all other GTX 750, I guess you can use molex->6pin adapter if you don't have separate feed for it and it should be fine. I doubt card need much power through that 6-pin anyway, more likely it's just for stability at power spikes.
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C'mon, bluntly saying Ti is twice faster is not worthy of your nice amount of reputation.
Reputation is a poor indicator of knowledgeable posts. People get far more reps auto-posting deals and having avatars with boobs in them than they do providing valuable information, unfortunately Confused

I bought this card for a work PC because I needed multiple, expandable monitors. Running a 2560x1440 and a 1920x1200 has never been a problem, but it's hardly taxing the card. This is an IDEAL "I don't game, but I want a video card to sit in a reliable PC for five years" card. Could, and might, add a third monitor to my setup.
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Reputation is a poor indicator of knowledgeable posts. People get far more reps auto-posting deals and having avatars with boobs in them than they do providing valuable information, unfortunately Confused

I bought this card for a work PC because I needed multiple, expandable monitors. Running a 2560x1440 and a 1920x1200 has never been a problem, but it's hardly taxing the card. This is an IDEAL "I don't game, but I want a video card to sit in a reliable PC for five years" card. Could, and might, add a third monitor to my setup.
^ Totally! And if you do game a slight bit you will have a decent experience.
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Quote from Keyser_Soze_09 View Post :
Reputation is a poor indicator of knowledgeable posts. People get far more reps auto-posting deals and having avatars with boobs in them than they do providing valuable information, unfortunately Confused

I bought this card for a work PC because I needed multiple, expandable monitors. Running a 2560x1440 and a 1920x1200 has never been a problem, but it's hardly taxing the card. This is an IDEAL "I don't game, but I want a video card to sit in a reliable PC for five years" card. Could, and might, add a third monitor to my setup.
Just to use this post as reference and not the total experience, gpu boss states a 1gb ddr5 750 is better overall than a 2gb ddr5 260x. I ran a 260x with a fx-6300 and could achieve around 30fps on the second highest graphics settings for Crysis 2 at 1080p. Dropping to 1600x900 I could run it on Ultra without issue. Tom's gpu chart states the 260x is 1 tier higher than a 750 and equal to a 750ti. With the stats being so close, this is where someone with first hand experience able to give testimony would really help. At this point, I'm inclined to think for gaming the 260x is the smarter buy. Thoughts?
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