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Zotac GTX 750 Ti 2GB GDDR5 Dual DVI Mini HDMI PCI-E Graphics Card

- Nvidia GeForce GTX 750 Ti GPU
- 2GB GDDR5 Memory
- PCI-Express Interface
- £90 in game for Warface, Path of Exile, and
Heroes of Newerth (£30 for each game)
- FREE download coupon for watch-dogs Offer on
selected cards only.

Same price at amazon but you don't get Watch Dogs.
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banned#1
good value
#2
Bought the OC version from Novatech for £99 last week, it's £109 now. Worth the extra £9 for the OC? Probably.
Didn't get Watchdogs though
#3
i dint think the 750 series had watchdogs either
1 Like #4
Terrible value, Not voted either way. Cards like 7870 beat this card by around 90% and is around the same price.
#5
Is this a good card as after another one ?
2 Likes #6
Altoman
Terrible value, Not voted either way. Cards like 7870 beat this card by around 90% and is around the same price.

Some figures on GPU Boss here.
6 Likes #7
This card is aimed at the low power consumption and low noise markets, at which it is King! This needs no supplementary PCIE 6 pin connector and uses under 70W under load, compare that to the 7870 that needs a min. 500W PSU (AMD figure, not mine) and you can see where this product fits in the market; HTPC's, upgrading OEM PC's with poor PSU's and no 6 pin connector.
#8
Will this make a decent upgrade from 2x 460 GTX in SLI configuration? been a while since I've looked into PC gaming, but they run relatively hot and I thought I could buy a cheapish new card to replace them
2 Likes #9
donkykunk
Is this a good card as after another one ?

no.. get a 770.
2 Likes #10
valerydarcy
donkykunk
Is this a good card as after another one ?

no.. get a 770.


no.. get a 780 Ti instead..

or why not a gtx titan black/295x2/290x.. seriously, it depends on your budget.
#11
thx Op just what i was looking for :)
#12
If you are after a graphics card with very low power consumption, in a small case and/or HTPC, then this would be a good option. But for anyone else, probably best to spend a bit more for an R9 270 or up.
#13
I have no idea about pin connectors on GPU. Will this connect to a Dell XPS 3 year old computer?
1 Like #14
BeerGoggles
I have no idea about pin connectors on GPU. Will this connect to a Dell XPS 3 year old computer?

The 750ti is entirely powered by the pcie slot and does not require an extra power connector.
#15
For me this is the perfect Physx card.
#16
I'm considering upgrading my GPU and currently have a Core 2 Duo E7400 processor. I have a 512MB ATI RADEON HD 4550 at the moment that I've been happily gaming on very low settings for a few years and would like to try and improve the performance on a budget (£75 - 100). Any recommendations? Is this card suitable? I didn't buy it as a gaming pc in case you were wondering - just got into it after I bought the PC and discovered Steam about 5 years ago.
#17
I have a low profile Galaxy GTX 750 TI OC in a Lenovo SFF PC with a 250W PSU and an i5 3470 3.2Ghz and it works great, I've overclocked the RAM and GPU by 200Mhz each and it plays BF3 on ultra, 1080p & 2xMSAA between 55 and 60FPS in a 64 player online game.


Edited By: ummugumma on Jun 26, 2014 14:19
#18
devast8ndiscodave
For me this is the perfect Physx card.

Does Physx take that much computing power away from the GPU/CPU then? (depending on how you configure it)
I have my 560ti SLi setup and leave the Physx process on 'Auto'. I never thought it would have a big affect on the GPUs etc?
#19
ummugumma
I have a low profile Galaxy GTX 750 TI OC in a Lenovo SFF PC with a 250W PSU and an i5 3470 3.2Ghz and it works great, I've overclocked the RAM and GPU by 200Mhz each and it plays BF3 on ultra, 1080p & 2xMSAA between 55 and 60FPS in a 64 player online game.

I have the same card (KFA2 branded), and agree with you, superb performance per watt. Obviously there are better options available for people with 300w+ PSU's, but if you have a system with a weak PSU and don't want to/can't upgrade the it, these cards are the best option.

I previously had a HD 7750 in my SFF PC with 240w PSU, and the GTX 750 Ti stomps all over it and runs perfectly stable when overclocked.



Robdk
I'm considering upgrading my GPU and currently have a Core 2 Duo E7400 processor. I have a 512MB ATI RADEON HD 4550 at the moment that I've been happily gaming on very low settings for a few years and would like to try and improve the performance on a budget (£75 - 100). Any recommendations? Is this card suitable? I didn't buy it as a gaming pc in case you were wondering - just got into it after I bought the PC and discovered Steam about 5 years ago.
You'd see a very nice increase in performance with this card, but there may be better/cheaper options depending on your PSU (wattage, and whether you have the power connectors).

Edited By: jukkie on Jun 26, 2014 15:57
#20
jukkie
ummugumma
I have a low profile Galaxy GTX 750 TI OC in a Lenovo SFF PC with a 250W PSU and an i5 3470 3.2Ghz and it works great, I've overclocked the RAM and GPU by 200Mhz each and it plays BF3 on ultra, 1080p & 2xMSAA between 55 and 60FPS in a 64 player online game.

I have the same card (KFA2 branded), and agree with you, superb performance per watt. Obviously there are better options available for people with 300w+ PSU's, but if you have a system with a weak PSU and don't want to/can't upgrade the it, these cards are the best option.

I previously had a HD 7750 in my SFF PC with 240w PSU, and the GTX 750 Ti stomps all over it and runs perfectly stable when overclocked.



Robdk
I'm considering upgrading my GPU and currently have a Core 2 Duo E7400 processor. I have a 512MB ATI RADEON HD 4550 at the moment that I've been happily gaming on very low settings for a few years and would like to try and improve the performance on a budget (£75 - 100). Any recommendations? Is this card suitable? I didn't buy it as a gaming pc in case you were wondering - just got into it after I bought the PC and discovered Steam about 5 years ago.
You'd see a very nice increase in performance with this card, but there may be better/cheaper options depending on your PSU (wattage, and whether you have the power connectors).

Thanks for the reply. I've got a 450w PSU and I'm fairly sure I have spare power connectors as it was from PC specialist so was built with scope to upgrade.
#21
I'm just starting to put together a custom build in an m-ATX chassis and the thing I know the least about (because I'm not a gamer) is the GPU.

The GTX 750 Ti cards have been getting a tonne of great reviews but it's tricky to decide on a specific manufacturer's version. I considered the Zotac but some reviews mentioned it was noisy when compared to other GTX 750 Ti cards. After much deliberation, gnashing of teeth, etc., I've plumped for the MSI GTX 750Ti Gaming card. It's only about £14 more than this and from what I've read, is a better card (i.e. faster, cooler and quieter). Having said that, it doesn't come with the 'free' game but I couldn't care less about that.
#22
americanv8
Bought the OC version from Novatech for £99 last week, it's £109 now. Worth the extra £9 for the OC? Probably.
Didn't get Watchdogs though

Any feedback on that model? Specifically relating to fan noise, and how low you can set fan rpm with Afterburner.
#23
Robdk
jukkie
ummugumma
I have a low profile Galaxy GTX 750 TI OC in a Lenovo SFF PC with a 250W PSU and an i5 3470 3.2Ghz and it works great, I've overclocked the RAM and GPU by 200Mhz each and it plays BF3 on ultra, 1080p & 2xMSAA between 55 and 60FPS in a 64 player online game.

I have the same card (KFA2 branded), and agree with you, superb performance per watt. Obviously there are better options available for people with 300w+ PSU's, but if you have a system with a weak PSU and don't want to/can't upgrade the it, these cards are the best option.

I previously had a HD 7750 in my SFF PC with 240w PSU, and the GTX 750 Ti stomps all over it and runs perfectly stable when overclocked.



Robdk
I'm considering upgrading my GPU and currently have a Core 2 Duo E7400 processor. I have a 512MB ATI RADEON HD 4550 at the moment that I've been happily gaming on very low settings for a few years and would like to try and improve the performance on a budget (£75 - 100). Any recommendations? Is this card suitable? I didn't buy it as a gaming pc in case you were wondering - just got into it after I bought the PC and discovered Steam about 5 years ago.
You'd see a very nice increase in performance with this card, but there may be better/cheaper options depending on your PSU (wattage, and whether you have the power connectors).

Thanks for the reply. I've got a 450w PSU and I'm fairly sure I have spare power connectors as it was from PC specialist so was built with scope to upgrade.
I had a look around, and to be honest this 750 Ti may be the best performance you can get in your budget anyway, with the added bonus of saving electricity, as the next worthwhile step up in performance would be a HD 7870 @ £120 (+ delivery if you don't get free delivery with Scan), and the extra power consumption would add up in the long run, and a further bonus of the 750 Ti being a very quiet card, even under full load.



Edited By: jukkie on Jun 26, 2014 17:18: .
#24
jukkie
Robdk
jukkie
[quote=ummugumma] I have a low profile Galaxy GTX 750 TI OC in a Lenovo SFF PC with a 250W PSU and an i5 3470 3.2Ghz and it works great, I've overclocked the RAM and GPU by 200Mhz each and it plays BF3 on ultra, 1080p & 2xMSAA between 55 and 60FPS in a 64 player online game.

I have the same card (KFA2 branded), and agree with you, superb performance per watt. Obviously there are better options available for people with 300w+ PSU's, but if you have a system with a weak PSU and don't want to/can't upgrade the it, these cards are the best option.

I previously had a HD 7750 in my SFF PC with 240w PSU, and the GTX 750 Ti stomps all over it and runs perfectly stable when overclocked.



Robdk
I'm considering upgrading my GPU and currently have a Core 2 Duo E7400 processor. I have a 512MB ATI RADEON HD 4550 at the moment that I've been happily gaming on very low settings for a few years and would like to try and improve the performance on a budget (£75 - 100). Any recommendations? Is this card suitable? I didn't buy it as a gaming pc in case you were wondering - just got into it after I bought the PC and discovered Steam about 5 years ago.
You'd see a very nice increase in performance with this card, but there may be better/cheaper options depending on your PSU (wattage, and whether you have the power connectors).

Thanks for the reply. I've got a 450w PSU and I'm fairly sure I have spare power connectors as it was from PC specialist so was built with scope to upgrade.
I had a look around, and to be honest this 750 Ti may be the best performance you can get in your budget anyway, with the added bonus of saving electricity, as the next worthwhile step up in performance would be a HD 7870 @ £120 (+ delivery if you don't get free delivery with Scan), and the extra power consumption would add up in the long run, and a further bonus of the 750 Ti being a very quiet card, even under full load.


Nice one, thanks for your help ☺
#25
I'm torn between this or a r9 270x. Dithered for months!

Will be running this on 430w Corsair. Would it cope with the 270x or am I safer going for this?

Upgrading from a 7770
#26
Arstar
americanv8
Bought the OC version from Novatech for £99 last week, it's £109 now. Worth the extra £9 for the OC? Probably.
Didn't get Watchdogs though

Any feedback on that model? Specifically relating to fan noise, and how low you can set fan rpm with Afterburner.



I haven't played around with any settings yet, but out of the box I can't hear it. Doesn't seem to be any louder than the Radeon 4350 it replaced
#27
I have a HD7790 2GB OC version, it freezes and restarts my PC at 1075Mhz clock speed, underclocked to 950Mhz, but still think its too high, or is my voltage/memory high? Is my card 'better' than this one?
#28
gowingnator
I have a HD7790 2GB OC version, it freezes and restarts my PC at 1075Mhz clock speed, underclocked to 950Mhz, but still think its too high, or is my voltage/memory high? Is my card 'better' than this one?

If it wont run at its default speeds send it back, unless you hve a poor PSU and cant supply it enough power.
No your card is not better than this one.
1 Like #29
soo, got it just now, installed runs funtastic, but no coupons as yet hope they arrive later :)
#30
Robdk
I'm considering upgrading my GPU and currently have a Core 2 Duo E7400 processor. I have a 512MB ATI RADEON HD 4550 at the moment that I've been happily gaming on very low settings for a few years and would like to try and improve the performance on a budget (£75 - 100). Any recommendations? Is this card suitable? I didn't buy it as a gaming pc in case you were wondering - just got into it after I bought the PC and discovered Steam about 5 years ago.

it might be ok, it may cause a bottleneck with the CPU i could be wrong. i am sure somebody will correct me. personally i wouldnt bother.
#31
gowingnator
I have a HD7790 2GB OC version, it freezes and restarts my PC at 1075Mhz clock speed, underclocked to 950Mhz, but still think its too high, or is my voltage/memory high? Is my card 'better' than this one?

AnandTech GPU 2014 bench
7790 vs 750Ti

Not sure it's worth the price for some gains as R9 270 isn't vastly more expensive.
#32
Have the Gigabyte version of this as it was the only 750ti with 2 HDMI ports (which is odd).
Solid card, runs everything I can throw at it on max settings.
Think gigabyte version might be better specs too....
#33
Looking at a potential upgrade from a 5850 as I have recently tried watchdogs and wolfenstein and although they were playable the framerates were not consistent. I was playing on medium settings.

Is this going to give me a performance boost as I only want to spend around 100 quid.

I have a quad core phenom 2.5ghz
6gb ram
650 PSU

Will I have next gen graphics or close to it with this card?

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