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Exclamation Fanless 750/750TI!

Palit has announced fanless versions of the 750 card called "KalmX" and these should be perfect for HTPC use though the next-gen Maxwell right around the corner will include more HTPC improvements and new codec support along with HDMI 2.0.
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Sure why not. I'll hit the like button. Too bad they don't do half height.

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In response, ASUS has dropped their own over-clocked 750TI with semi-passive cooling under their Strix product line. It is a superior card in every way due to it's clock-speeds and DisplayPort instead of VGA, except that it only goes completely silent when certain criteria are met though it's billed as being pretty quiet to begin with, so it may not matter. It's definitely the card you want to get if you think a 750 TI is ideal for your media playback AND you want more power for gaming.
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Sure why not. I'll hit the like button. Too bad they don't do half height.
Ask and ye shall receive! Low-profile 750/750 TI cards are coming from Gigabyte this month and next month! With DVI, DisplayPort, and dual-HDMI connectivity!
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Sure like a week after I just bought new parts for my parents HTPC to do 3D, I coulda just added one of these to their Pentium. Lol.

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http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/P..._750_Ti_KalmX/

Seems perfect for HTPC use but the cost is not going to win anyone over, particularly when there are other 750 TI cards costing significantly less with whisper-quiet cooling and better connectivity options.
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Zotac is joining in on the fun with a 750 (750TI likely to be shown shortly) and all the usual players are launching fanless 1-2GB Kepler-driven GT 720 cards.
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