Reviews and Problems with Zotac GeForce GTX 750 Ti 2 GB (ZT-70601-10M)
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absolutely awesome what an update
marty m., Newegg
6 January 2016
Summary: these 2 cards replaced 2 gigabytes GT-440 and what a huge difference not a huge gamer however i play a little W.O.T. and i went from low graphics and about 28-34 fpc to high graphics and 42-50 fpc
Pros: got 2 of these on sale for x mas at $ 94.99 1st ZOTAC product ever used and i'm sold low power usage, quiet,
Summary: This was a life saver, couldn't find anything to fit Dell OptiPlex 760 mini-tower (the full size not the slim desktop). I did have to cut the mount bracket in half, no huge job just a short time with a hacksaw.
Pros: good hard working card easy to power fits 760 OptiPlex (had to cut bracket in half, an easy fix) 2 gigabyte
Summary: I would say this card is a realistic card. good for the price, good for the performance for games, it can handle all performance hungry games with ease. I switched from a dell ati radeon hd 5770 1gb gddr5 and it was well worth the upgrade.
Pros: I love this card how it plays with mid settings, 1680x1050 on bf4 and stays above 30fps :3 I can play all top games on max resolution to my screen. stays cool in my dell OptiPlex 760. low power consumption. I got this card on black Friday >:3 $100
Cons: my only concern is the sudden drop in fps here and there. my thought is that since it doesn't have much of a power consumption now it can't keep an even flow of power. so it wouldn't be too stable than a pci-e power cable gpu. so the fps drops from low power.
Summary: Having a somewhat older build (mid ninties w/ iCore2 proc & 4Gb) I needed to step down a power hungry 650w p/s and AMD HD6870 combo to something a little more 'green'. I obtained a Rosewill 400w p/s and the Zotac GTX 750 Ti card (wanted a 2Gb solution to replace the 1GB AMD) for ~$150.
Pros: A quick swap and relatively inexpensive. Runs cool & quiet.
Cons: cooling solution not perfect, but still v. good
Summary: Low power and profitable to scrypt mine: I give it a stamp of approval. It hasn't died yet, and it's been going non stop for a month. I get 1.2mh out of the 4 assorted 750ti, and this one keeps up with the rest.
Thoroughly Enjoying Current-Gen Gaming With This Little Card
Kay Wrobel, Amazon
9 April 2014
Summary: This card has replaced an aging Radeon HD 4830 512MB DDR3 card, which has done a fantastic job in the past. But my recent revisiting of PC gaming, particularly BioShock Infinite, had prompted me to look around for something newer and better.