GeForce GTX 750 Ti
Effective Memory Clock
Black / Silver
Expansion Slot Width
- 46 points
- 43 months ago
from completed build The "I work for minimum wage" Gaming PC
I love this card. When everyone says it is the best budget video card out there, they are not kidding. This thing has been killing any game I throw at it. I have been getting right around 60FPS in almost all games I play on it. At 1080p. The lowest I have had to go is medium settings, but most games run fine at High-Ultra. Mind blowing performance for $120.
- 26 points
- 21 months ago
from completed build Dell Optiplex 990 - Office Workhorse to Gaming Stallion
Used for $60. Absolute tank, can even play modern games at lowered settings.
- 25 points
- 38 months ago
from completed build Little Boy Blue - 1080p for under $500 with monitor and peripherals
For 40 bucks, you can't pass this up. The beloved 750Ti is all you need for 1080p and it plays everything at at least medium. Also a great Overclocker! Cool 'n' Quiet
- 22 points
- 40 months ago
from completed build King Austin
This is one awesome GPU, especially if you factor in the price. It's small and compact, which means it will fit in almost any case without issues. The black PCB, dark gray shroud and black fan/heatsink kind of give it a premium look, making the card beautiful and discrete. It runs very cool too, since there's a copper slug at the bottom of the heatsink, making heat transfer very efficient. The only let down of this card is the fact that the minimum fan speed you can set is 40%. Thal will make the card ultra cool, but I found it was too noisy for me. The way I found to deal with it was flashing in a custom BIOS and making the card "fanless" until it reaches a certain temperature, and then onwards the fan runs at 35%. If you're on a budget and want something that performs nicely, this is a pretty good card, especially if you don't care much about noise levels.
- 21 points
- 50 months ago
from completed build PHOENIX
Got this for a steal from Newegg. Fantastic card. Upgraded from an HD 7770 and nearly doubled the performance of the rig.
- 19 points
- 58 months ago
from completed build What is Sunlight
Worked Great was Better than Expected
- 18 points
- 54 months ago
from completed build Lubberkin / Mini-ITX
I am really impressed with this card. Can run CS GO / Dota 2 on max settings at 1080p. Witcher 3 on Medium settings at around 30FPS.
- 17 points
- 47 months ago
from completed build Surprise, It's an AMD!
I underestimated the power of this card. It can easily achieve 60+FPS in 1080p. I've tested it in League of Legends and Tomb Raider (2012). I haven't been able to really push it due to CPU limitations, however it can run both of those games on High, potentially even Ultra settings with a quad core CPU. It will definitely struggle with some newer AAA titles, but for the average joe or gamer on a budget, this is a fantastic card.
Under load, the hottest I've seen it get so far is 57C and that's with the fan operating at 47%! This card is very efficient. I do have an intake fan however that brings cool air directly onto the GPU. I will have to test the temps with that fan off.
- 16 points
- 53 months ago
from completed build Project Blue Ice
This is an awesome little graphics card for light gaming! It also gets all of it's power from the motherboard, so you don't need to plug in any additional power cables, just install the card and your done.
The included VGA to DVI adapter is also useful if you plan on reusing an older monitor (like me).
As far as gaming, I haven't put it through it's paces yet. Although, I have played Fallout New Vegas on ultra high settings, and it doesn't miss a beat.
- 15 points
- 48 months ago
from completed build Budget Gaming PC
Slightly older, but will run all of my games satisfactorily. Actually did defeat my expectations on performance. But, any game is very taxing because it is only 2GB so I have to make sure I don't have too many programs running at once.