Galaxy Microsystems Ltd., a well-known graphics cards manufacturer from Hong Kong, is going to release a reduced version of GeForce GTX 750 Ti adapter, adding Razor to its codename. The new-comer features a small-sized design and requires only one slot on the motherboard for efficient functioning. It is based on Nvidia Maxwell GM107-400 GPU with 640 CUDA cores, 16 ROPs and 40 TMUs, running at 1020 MHz clock frequency.
The card is equipped with 2 GB of GDDR5 memory (128-bit interface), operating at 5400 MHz frequency. Power supply subsystem has got 4-phase design that is quite enough for entry-level and middle-end needs. It should be stressed that this model consumes not more than 60 W power; therefore, it does not require additional power sockets.
Connection of PC monitors might be realized due to three video ports: VGA, HDMI and Dual-Link DVI. Cooling of all internal components is relied on a small-sized VGA-cooler. Its framework consists of a nickel-plated heatsink, a copper base that comes in direct contact with GPU, memory modules and voltage regulators. This duet is replenished by a single low-noise fan that supports PWM technology.
Furthermore, Galaxy GeForce GTX750 Ti Razor is compatible with OpenGL 4.4 and DirectX 11.2 standards. It also supports such technologies, as GPU Boost 2.0, Adaptive Vertical Sync, CUDA, FXAA, TXAA, PhysX, and 3D Vision.