Nvidia reveals new GTX 750 graphics cards, report confirms they run Titanfall better than Xbox One

Wednesday, 19 February 2014 08:40 GMT By Dave Cook

Nvidia has lifted the lid on two new graphics cards in the GTX 750 series, and one site has stress-tested one model to find that it runs Titanfall better than Xbox One can.

Gamespot reports that it managed to get Titanfall running at 58fps/1080p using Nvidia’s GTX 750 Ti card. The game will run at 720p on Xbox One.

The new GTX 750 Ti comes in at $149.99 while the GTX 750 will run you $119. Both cards run off Nvidia’s Maxwell architecture and are said to allow for double the performance of Kepler, while offering users an HDMI and two DVI outputs.

The site adds that the GTX 750 Ti comes with 2GB of GDDR5 memory, while the GTX 750 packs 1GB. You can find the official Nvdia introduction to both cards here.

Nvidia is also gearing up to fully unveil the GTX Titan Black, the successor to its Titan series, which comes with a GK110 Kepler chip and 6GB of GDDR5 memory. Gamespot adds that the card may cost around $1,000.

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