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Genius4sho 10,737 5,187 November 19, 2015 at 10:10 PM in Video Cards (10) More TigerDirect Deals
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Promoted 11-21-2015 by johnny_miller at 08:08 PM View Original Post
TigerDirect has PNY GeForce GTX 750 TI OC 2GB GDDR5 PCI-Express 3.0 Video Card (VCGGTX750T2XPB-OC) for $129.99 - $30 Rebate - $25 Visa Checkout Discount = $74.99. Shipping starts at ~$4.30 and varies by location. Thanks Genius4sho

Note, $25 discount will appear automatically at checkout when you select Visa Checkout as your payment method.

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Written by johnny_miller

Rebate is valid through 11/30/15 and limited to 2 per household. Refer to the forum thread for additional savings ideas. -johnny_miller

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Edited November 20, 2015 at 05:27 AM by BostonGirl
I have a pretty sweet deal that will probably be better than any black friday deal for this card.

To get this deal you will need to do a couple of things. First off props to TDMVP73 for posting the $25 off $100 Visa checkout deal here.

First go to this link:
http://www.tigerdirect.com/applic...atId=11972

During checkout choose "Visa Checkout" to get $25 off your purchase.

Here is the $30 rebate for this graphics card [highspeedbackbone.net].

Shipping for me was $5.70

The deal works out like this: $129.99 - $25 Visa Checkout - $30 Rebate = $75 + $5.70 shipping = $80.70.

For more savings if you have android (might be possible on iOS too) download the ibotta [ibotta.com] app. Search for Tigerdirect on the app. There's a $10 off $100 link that they will email you. Use that link to tigerdirect and they will give you $10 off via Cashback. Making your purchase $70.70.

You can also do this deal with the non-oc version for $5 less as seen here (I think it is worth the $5 extra to get the OC version):
http://www.tigerdirect.com/applic...atId=11972

If you want to use Ibotta with the non-oc version, unfortunately after you use the visa checkout $25 discount it will make the price $99.99. Meaning you will need to add a filler to your cart to be eligible for the $10 ibotta discount. Keep that in mind.

This graphic card's dimensions are 7.20" x 4.38". It does not need a PCI-e power connector. It runs at about 60w which is incredibly low. It can run on a PSU from 300w-400w but this of course depends on what CPU and other components you are using. Tiger direct doesn't mention this but the graphics card has HDMI but it is mini-HDMI. The package comes with a mini-HDMI to HDMI connector so that you can plug a standard HDMI cable into the connector then into the graphics card. This card is quite high on TomsHardware's hierarchy chart: http://www.tomshardware.com/revie...107-7.html.
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Dang you got this down good. Thanks!
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It is a good deal, but there will be 750 Ti for less next week.

Also, isn't this one $5 cheaper? http://www.tigerdirect.com/applic...atId=11972
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It is a good deal, but there will be 750 Ti for less next week.

Also, isn't this one $5 cheaper? http://www.tigerdirect.com/applic...atId=11972
Will it be the OC version though? You would be a gambling man! You could always return this if a better deal arrived or just refuse delivery. Also, I have that cheaper version in my OP already. That is the non OC version. The OC version is much faster overall.
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You should OC any of them if you care about performance. Then they will end up about the same. GTX 750 Ti OC really well.

BTW, thanks for the heads up on the $25 VCO deal. I missed that.
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Nice deal! I remember this being $80 AC/AR in the summer.
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You should OC any of them if you care about performance. Then they will end up about the same. GTX 750 Ti OC really well.

BTW, thanks for the heads up on the $25 VCO deal. I missed that.
It is possible that the OC versions are better binned and allow for more overclocking than the non-oc. This is the case with some cpus/gpus. It is only $5 more too.
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tempting ... is this card shorter than standard GPU ? I wanted a card for fractal Node 304 case which I needed a shorter card to clear the psu
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tempting ... is this card shorter than standard GPU ? I wanted a card for fractal Node 304 case which I needed a shorter card to clear the psu
This card is shorter than most modern graphics cards. Its dimensions are: 7.20" x 4.38". Simply measure inside of your case and see if those dimensions work. I believe it will. This graphics card is also special because it doesn't need a PCI-e connector from your PSU. Much lower power requirements, about 60w which is incredible, and it can run a ton of games! Check this video card hierarchy chart (scroll down the page a little bit): http://www.tomshardware.com/revie...107-7.html
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This card is shorter than most modern graphics cards. Its dimensions are: 7.20" x 4.38". Simply measure inside of your case and see if those dimensions work. I believe it will. This graphics card is also special because it doesn't need a PCI-e connector from your PSU. Much lower power requirements, about 60w which is incredible, and it can run a ton of games! Check this video card hierarchy chart (scroll down the page a little bit): http://www.tomshardware.com/revie...107-7.html
thanks !!! I think this is exactly what I need
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is this cuda capabble? compute capability?
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is this cuda capabble? compute capability?
It is cuda supported (link [geforce.com]) and compute supported (link [wikipedia.org]). Compute capability version 5.0
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Thanks OP
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Anyone know how much faster this would be compared to an original GTX 460 OC version? I know there's a hierarchy chart, but that doesn't tell much. (2 tier difference)

I used to play TF2 with the GTX460, but pulled it out since I got busy with writing my dissertation. I'm currently using the integrated graphics in i7-2600K, lol. Not playing any games so it's not really a problem, unless I go for a 4K monitor.

I wanted this card so it fits easily in my miniITX case, but the price was the one thing stopping me buying this.
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