Reviews and Problems with Asus GeForce GTX750 TI OC 2GB GDDR5 (GTX750TI-OC-2GD5)
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Amazing graphics at 1080p, card is easy to overclock with GPU Tweak II
Brant A., Amazon
10 December 2015
Summary: I had recieved the package in great condition, with no rips or tears in the cardboard, and it worked immediately after installing it into my computer. The experiance with the graphics card overall is great! The only problem I have run into, is that I never got the mail-in rebate that I requested.
Summary: This graphics card is a great deal for the money the 750ti's run good and cool and for 120$ this made my cheap little athlon x2 220 run ok I will be upgrading to a 860k but my point is that this card can make just about any PC a gaming computer
Summary: I went from AMD Radeon HD 8670D graphics to the asus geforce GTX 750TI graphics, and the difference was monumental! This card is better in every way possible. I most definitely would mot hesitate to buy again!
Summary: Purchased in September and seemed to work fine but then it started to cause boot issues and when my PC did boot, there were green lines and dots all across the screen. I switched to onboard video and everything worked fine, so I know it was the video card.
Summary: I can play any next gen game on high to very high settings and this thing never gets about 35 degrees celsius. As an added bonus, it makes no noise whatsoever and comes with useful software for overclocking and boosting fan speeds.
Summary: Runs multiple monitors on Linux very well. I purchased this this card because I wanted to run more than 2 monitors on my Ubuntu 14.04 system. While this card might be a bit overkill for my needs I'm very happy with the end results. I now have 3 monitors connected and running flawlessly.
Summary: Great ASUS Graphics card. I bought this ASUS graphics card for my custom built computer which has an ASUS P8P67 PRO motherboard. Installation was easy. Windows 7 recognized the card and installed the driver for it.
Summary: This graphics card is not the best, and it is definitely not intended to run new games at 4k resolution. What this card is though is a solution for the budget minded who want to play the latest games but do not want to break the bank in doing so.
So I still have a good PC, and now a better card to use ...
A Cormier, Amazon
8 August 2015
Summary: For the price, this card runs most games at maxed settings with no trouble, and I have an older PC. Newer games I imagine I'll have to lower the settings (I have a 2.2 Ghz, Quadcore Phenom CPU, 8 GB DDR2 Ram, and an Asus m3a-32 deluxe mb).