Reviews and Problems with EVGA GeForce GTX750 TI 2GB GDDR5
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The best possible option for OEM computers that don't have 6-pin power connectors
Michael B., Newegg
3 days ago
Pros: I put the Superclocked version in a Dell Optiplex 9020 desktop computer for use with light gaming since the integrated Intel graphics just weren't powerful enough. The 750ti stays right around 60fps at maximum settings in nearly every game I have tried so far, which is pretty fantastic for such a...
Cons: I honestly can't think of any. It won't get 60fps at max settings in some of the very newest, most demanding games, but that's not really a Con since this truly is the best card you can get if your computer doesn't support more power hungry cards that need a separate power connector.
Summary: I've noticed some of the negative reviews saying this card will freeze or cause random reboots after a few minutes. Its not the cards fault the problems most likely with your motherboard!! This card is not compatible with all motherboards!!
Pros: I've owned this card for about 3 months and so far its been performing flawlessly. I've been playing Metro: Last light, Battlefield 3, Fallout 4 and Dying Light all on Ultra high settings with no lag and high fps. Don't hesitate, If you want great gaming performance at a low price this is the car...
Summary: I bought this not for video or games, but just for high res photo editing of full frame, 28 MP images. I thought a good video card was not necessary for just editing photos since I have a pretty high powered computer, but I didn't realize how much Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom relied on the GPU.
Pros: Produces excellent clarity on 30in monitor even for normal application windows. Runs Adobe Lightroom 6 seamlessly, even though its at the low end of Adobe's recommended video support. Small, quiet, relatively low power. Does not require top side power connection.
Cons: The supporting clocking and monitoring software downloads require you to create an account before they let you download. That's the ONLY reason I didn't give it 5 stars. For security reasons, I don't like having any more logins out there than necessary.
Summary: I've gotten two of these bad boys, one for me and one for my cousin who's getting into PC gaming.
Pros: Very quiet, plays new AAA games on medium-high 1080p at 60 fps. It's really small, so good for small cases Great price, fantastic for budget gaming PC, about the same price as a next gen console if you budget the parts correctly.
Cons: None so far, don't expect to play AAA games on ultra with this, or you're gonna have a bad time.
Summary: I've had two for the past year used in separate desktops. They work and run amazingly well. These graphic cards, as not being top end, have amazing graphics for video games and can typically run on high- ultra settings and still get 60+ fps.
Pros: They run great and look amazing. This graphics card seems to stay cool for running prolonged periods over time.
Summary: This is my second 750Ti - the first being a competitor's dual-fan model. The first one is a great card (and still going strong), but it is larger, and requires a six-pin PSU power connection because of the upgraded cooling system. Thing is, you don't *need* upgrading cooling on these.
Pros: Highly Efficient - lots of processing power for very little wattage. 2GB DDR 5 memory. Factory overclocked! Small - Only a single fan required to keep this GPU cool, so this card is short. Minimal Power Requirements - *NO* separate PSU connection needed, most any good-quality PSUs will be enough....
Cons: Requires two case slots. Other than that, none - if you don't expect ultimate gaming power.. This is not a high-end card, so as long as you understand that it is not meant for ultra-high-quality gaming at high resolutions, you'll be fine.
Pros: -runs all current triple A titles (GTA V, Battle Front, and Metal Gear solid 5) at 1080p med-high settings around 50 fps -low power use cause for a cost cutting on power supply -small size makes it good for micro atx cases -has all relative display interfaces and comes with dvi to vga adapter -ev...
Cons: -no sli or crossfire -takes two spots for display interface on the back of computer (these are not problems for me but worth mentioning)