Originally Posted by Germany_chris
More CUDA cores the 750 and 760 are fine cards if you need CUDA therefore not overkill if you are not a gamer.
How useful CUDA is to the average user now? Not very, if at all. But yeah, you do have a point....but even given the point, the GTX 750 is just too new.
I wouldnt be getting one for use with windows now, let alone linux.
The GTX 760 is much better supported, and has, what 60%+ more CUDA cores? If you're doing CUDA its a much better way to go. Yeh, it does eat alot more power, but at least its stable, well tested and has good driver support. For now. I'm sure that the 'maxwell' GTX 760 version (I'd guess GTX 860, but who knows) will be a nicer card than the GTX 760. Given time.
But I'd rather let the windows gamers work out the kinks in 'maxwell' and get one in a 18 months or longer over buying one now.......