Summary: Great bang for the buck. Video intensive games resolve nicely even at high resolution and frame rates. Quiet and well built. Only I didn't get mine from Amazon. The unit I ordered from them got left on my porch, completely unprotected, in a storm. I never opened it.
Summary: After installing the Gigabyte 7750 Graphics Card, I have to say that overall it's a great card. Runs everything I've thrown at it and increased my windows experience score to 7.5 from 7.1 with my Asus GT 640 2GB DD3 Graphics Card which this card has replaced.
Summary: I wanted a graphic card that didn't need a 6/8 pin aux power. But I also wanted one that could game half way decent. This it it! I have built many machines for both myself and others with high-end cards, but this build was going to be a budget gaming PC re-build with a small PSU and a 3GHZ Phenom II...
Summary: This graphics card is powerful enough to let me run Far cry 4 at 1080 with HIGH settings with effects (which are defaults of this card) and still fairly playable! I was also able to run Battlefield 4/Crysis 3 on HIGH settings smoothly without any issues at all!! This card doesn't run hot..
Summary: I've had this card for a long time now and recently its been giving me a bunch of trouble by causing my computer to go blank for a few seconds and then my computer returns to normal prompting a notification that my display driver has crashed but has successfully recovered.
Summary: I've had the graphics card for about 2 months now and so far it's been an awesome card. For the price and specifications I've been truly impressed with it. I can play warframe and many other games with excellent graphics at 1920x1080 on my Dell monitor with no lag at all.
worked for a little bit then started giving me trouble
19 March 2013
Summary: i bought this card a to replace the intagrated graphics on my cpu. when it arrived i installed it and the drivers then everything was great. after a week or so of use my monitors started flickering and adjusting the cables didn't work i tried downloading new drivers and then tried uninstalling the...
Summary: I recently built my own gaming PC, (With the help of the reddit buildapc subreddit.) and this card was priced around 95$ when I bought it. I have a monitor that's around 720p and I haven't run into a game yet that I can't crank up all the way at that resolution.
Summary: It seemed to be the best available for < $130, that didn't need an extra cable for power, and supports a VGA monitor without needing an adapter, like several of the newer video boards do. Of course the price has ratcheted down twice since I got it, about $10 each time.