Summary: The 750gtx card is fast and budget friendly. No matter which brand you choose, this is an awesome series of the Nvidia 700. I can run all current games on high setting and the games do not lag. The fan is quiet and dissipates a lot of air, while keeping the gpu cool. Another reason I chose Gigabyte brand is because of the design of the gpu. Overall I would buy from Gigabyte, especially since they have a reputation of producing reliable computer motherboards.
Summary: I did alot of research on video cards in this price range before deciding on the GTX-750. In all of the benchmark tests the 750 out performed all the others in its class. Even doing as well or better than higher priced cards. So I took the plunge and picked up this one as it was the best price. And I have always had good luck with Gigabyte products in the past. Installed this in my Intel i3 system and it runs newer games like a champ.It actually exceeded my expectations.
Summary: Not used for gaming, but for lower end drafting work with Vectorworks 2014. Significantly better performance was found over the GTX 640, but did not have a GTX 650 to compare it to. Powers (2) 23” monitors @ 1080 with no observed glitches in drafting. Combined with an Asus Gryphon Z87 board, 8GB Kingston Hyper X Blu, and a Corsair CX500 P/S for a reasonably priced, stable workstation.
Summary: Compared to my HD 6570 1GB GDDR3 it just wooped its butt. So far im able to run games at 1080p on High or ultra(have not done BF4 testing yet). Works very well with my 120Hz 1080p LCD TV but here the thing people dont know get a DVI to VGA adapter! because the one that they give you(even though it doesnt say it comes with one) works but issues cause its the only port thatll work unless you dont have it plugged in.
Summary: Recently bought an Asus M51BC box and after frequent crashes on a 15 year old game, determined that the chintzy 350w AC Bel power supply needed replacement, so I do so with a Corsair CX-600 series. Nevertheless, the video kept crashing so it was clear that the AMD Radeon 8750 (unsure of actual model, system reported it as an R7 200 series) wasn't up to the job. I ordered the Gigabyte and installed it today.