As originally outlined in the GTX 760 graphics card design, there are several improvements to the clock speeds and image processing features that are notably apparent. The specifications can be found below.
NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 750 Ti is being directly compared to the GTX 660, as a replacement solution to those seeking similar performance. Furthermore, and one of the most important aspects of the design, is the 7" PCB length. This now gives systems builders (especially AVADirect) the opportunity to build smaller form-factor configurations that pack the power of efficient, high-end GTX series performance. Additionally, the GeForce GTX 750 Ti is (on average) 10% faster than the GTX 660, and 25-35% cheaper. This creates a solution that directly replaces the GTX 660, making the GTX 750 Ti a valuable asset to budget-constrained systems.
The GTX TITAN Black is to directly replace the original GTX TITAN design. Since the release of the GTX 780 Ti, the TITAN has taken a backseat based on the price-to-performance ratio. The remaining caveats of the GTX TITAN were the floating-point processing features, and 6GB of VRAM; useful for NVIDIA 3D Surround gaming, and displaying 4K resolutions. The GTX TITAN Black will, not only exceed the performance of the GTX TITAN and GTX 780 Ti, but feature the same unlocked cores of the GTX 780 Ti, as well as floating-point processing, and 6GB of video memory.
Naturally, AVADirect's partnership with NVIDIA continues down the path of unique, high-quality solutions to cater requirements for enthusiasts, professionals, and gamers. AVADirect recently refreshed its small form-factor offerings to squeeze as much practical performance in mini-ITX, and mATX configurations - Making the GTX 750 Ti an integral part of that process.
All respected configurations will now carry the NVIDIA GTX 750 Ti graphics processing units as an option, offered by various manufacturers of NVIDIA graphics processing unit models.