Reviews and Problems with Zotac GeForce GTX 750 Ti 2 GB
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Card is working great to re-hab an older system into something that can ...
23 January 2015
Summary: Card is working great to re-hab an older system into something that can play relatively current games at a decent frame rate. Loved the fact that I didn't need to upgrade the power supply. Not for full bore gaming rigs, but a nice card for a great price.
and I am extremely happy with the performance overall
judy knudsen, Amazon
31 December 2014
Summary: I have a beater comp in a 760 Dell Optiplex that needed some upgrades. RAM was improved to 8gb, operating system Win 7 home premium 64 bit, CPU upgraded to an e8600 Core 2 Duo, and this card. This card will NOT fit in an Optiplex case without a bit of work. The faceplate is a 2 slot, so I took a grinder and some tools and sliced the plate in half to get rid of the ventilation grille side.
Summary: I'm very happy with this product, I'm running this with a G series Pentium dual-core at 3ghz with 8gb's of RAM and a 300w power supply, and it runs all games I've thrown at it on high/ultra with no frame rate issues (Except GTA 4). It's a big step up from my very old ATI X700, for example Skyrim wouldn't even load before, and now it runs it perfectly smooth at ultra!
Summary: This thing is wicked powerful. I recently built a new gaming PC with this card, and I love it. It is a video card, but it also comes with a built in HD sound card, so it's great. The downside is it uses a mHDMI connection, and my cord was HDMI. I solved the problem with a DVI cable, though, which works fine.