The new mid range GPU lineup will feature the GeForce GTX 750 Ti and GeForce GTX 750
The Vitamenese forums leaked a few slides on NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 750 Ti and GeForce GTX 750 graphics cards which are based on Maxwell, which is the newest form of graphics core created by the green team. This new Maxwell architecture is known to enhance performance and power efficiency.
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These leaked slides are those which were apparently presented by NVIDIA itself on a conference in Ho Chi Minh City. Quite interestingly, these slides show the detailed plans of NVIDIA on their 2014 GPU lineup which will present the latest Maxwell core architecture. The initial generation of the GPU core will form the start of the Maxwell lineup which will feature the SMM (Streaming Multiprocessor Maxwell), replacing the SMX which was featured on Kepler. The GM107 GPC ‘Graphics Processing Cluster’ will include five of the streaming multiprocessors which will be connected to the Raster Engine.
Talking about the SMMs, these are going to feature the Polymorph Engine 2.0 which consist of Vertex Fetch, Tessellator, Viewport transform, attribute setup and the stream output. With the 1st generation NVIDIA Maxwell core, the per-core performance will see a drastic improvement by 35%.
The GeForce GTX 750 Ti and GeForce GTX 750 are going to form part of the GeForce lineup for 2014 and the reason why the GTX Titan Black isn’t featured on this lineup is because this the mid range lineup according to the leaked slides.