|Screen Resolution||2560 x 1600 pixels|
|Max Screen Resolution||2560 x 1600|
|Memory Speed||5400 MHz|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Nvidia GeForce|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||2 GB|
ZOTAC GeForce GTX 750Ti 2GB GDDR5 PCI Express 3.0 DVI HDMI DisplayPort Video Graphics Card (ZT-70605-10M)
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- Chipset: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 Ti
- Video Memory: 2GB GDDR5
- Max Resolution: 2560 x 1600, Support 3x Display Monitors
- PCI Express 3.0
- Connectors: 1 x DL-DVI. 1 x HDMI. 1 x DisplayPort. VGA (with included adapter). Triple simultaneous display capable. HDCP compliant.
- Power requirements: 400-watt power supply recommended. 60-watt max power consumption
- Package contents: ZT-70605-10M graphics card, DVI-to-VGA Adapter, User manual, Driver Disc
- Extended warranty included with every graphics card purchase. User registration required on ZOTAC website.
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|Graphics Card Interface||PCI-E||PCI-E, PCI-E||PCI-E||PCI-E|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Nvidia GeForce||AMD Radeon||Nvidia GeForce||Nvidia GeForce|
|Graphics Card Ram||2 GB||2 GB||2 GB||2 GB|
|Graphics Ram Type||GDDR5||GDDR5||GDDR5||DDR5 SDRAM|
|Hardware Connectivity||PCIE x 16||PCI||PCIE x 16||PCIE x 16|
|Built-In Media||Graphics card, DVI-VGA adapter, Drivers & Utilities||Graphic Card||—||—|
|Item Dimensions||4.4 x 5.7 x 2 in||4.53 x 9.21 x 1.5 in||6.3 x 12.6 x 2.6 in||1.34 x 7.05 x 4.37 in|
|Memory Bus Width||128 bits||128 bits||128 bits||128 bits|
|Memory Clock Speed||5,400 MHz||6,000 MHz||5,400 MHz||5,400 MHz|
|Style Name||DisplayPort||—||—||STRIX GTX750TI 2GB OC|
Experience a next-generation gaming experience with the ZOTAC GeForce GTX 750 Ti graphics card. Engineered from the ground up for maximum performance and efficiency, the ZOTAC GeForce GTX 750 Ti graphics card delivers the performance gamers crave with best-in-class features that elevates PC gaming to the next level and a 60-percent greater energy-efficiency. The ZOTAC GeForce GTX 750 Ti graphics card supports the latest game-changing features including GeForce ShadowPlay to automatically capture the last 20-minutes of gaming to share your epic frags or live stream your gameplay with minimal performance impact. NVIDIA GeForce Experience support enables the ZOTAC GeForce GTX 750 Ti graphics card to run the latest games with the best combination of performance and visual quality without additional tweaking.
• NVIDIA GPU Boost 2.0 technology
• NVIDIA Adaptive Vertical Sync Technology
• NVIDIA SMX shader architecture
• NVIDIA PhysX technology
• NVIDIA CUDA technology
• NVIDIA 3D Vision Surround support
• NVIDIA SHIELD gaming-portable ready
• NVIDIA G-Sync ready
• ED 480p
• HD 720p
• HD 1080i
• Full HD 1080p
• Quad Full HD (4K)
• NVIDIA GeForce driver
• Microsoft DirectX 11.2 (feature level 11_0)
• OpenGL 4.4
• Microsoft Windows Vista/7/8 x86/x64
Top Customer Reviews
Though it comes with the Crossfire OC program, I chose to use the EVGA overclock utility since it's what I am use to. During Elite: Dangerous when I am docked in station, the fan kicks into around 60-75% of max and can be slightly annoying. What is the only complaint I have about this workhorse of a card! Liquid cooling can take care of that.
I highly recommend this card if you are looking to turn a sock PC into a gaming machine!
What finally moved me to pull the trigger on this Zotac one was that that it was priced really well at $149 and that according to some reviewers, the fan was very quiet. I can hereby confirm that this card is virtually inaudible and performs extremely well. Now I'm not usually running any benchmarks on my system, but this card runs extremely well. Let me give you some examples.
Before I continue, I should mention that I run my desktop and games in 720p for the simple fact that my Sony Bravia 37" HDTV has a native resolution of 1280x720, even though it accepts 1080p signals. That is why I don't see the point of cranking up the resolution in my games. I should also mention that at this point, I can easily be wowed with PC games since I have played all my previous games on Xbox 360, PS3, Wii and now Wii U (which I btw. love!).
On the the tested games and conditions under which I ran them.
1. Fallout New Vegas - Ran the game on my old Athlon 64 X2 5400+ with 4GB DDR2 memory and the Radeon card managed this game very well at Ultra settings and 720p, though it chugged a bit when trying out in 1080p. But at 720p, it ran very smooth with the occasional hiccup. With the Zotac GTX 750 Ti, this game runs as smooth as it can get, even on 1080p. And I'm not talking about indoor scenes, but the beautiful outdoor scenery, which it renders absolutely perfect without a hitch. Even when the action gets going, it barely budges, except for the occasional stutter caused more by the buggy game engine when it loads an enemy or a scripted event rather than because the card can't handle it. Hey, it's Bethesda for ya there!
2. Warp - An indie game by Trapdoor published by EA running Unreal Engine 3. EA. That should be a warning sign already. The game chugged like crazy on my Radeon 4830, especially when transitioning rooms. This is somewhat alleviated with the GTX 750 Ti, though still present. After replacing the Athlon 64 with the new FX-8320 and DDR3 ram, the chugging is minimized, but still there. This MUST be a horribly optimized game. Oh yeah, it screen-tears like crazy. Not very happy. But again, not the Zotac or NVidia's fault.
3. Bioshock Infinite - Now this game's performance just blows my mind. This game must be optimized fairly well because even my old rig with the Radeon 4830 ran the first half hour of the game starting on sea, then the light house, and the first sequences in Columbia extremely well. I was almost considering to scrap the entire upgrade and stick with my years old setup for a while longer. Until I entered the city of Columbia and stood in front of Father Comstock's statue. I should stress, that even with the old setup, I ran the game on Very High and even tried Ultra for kicks. But in this scene is where the fun ended with my old setup. Also, there's some kind of shop next to the statue. When you're inside that store, the frame rate dropped significantly. - Enter the Zotac GTX 750Ti. This card handles Bioshock Infinite beautifully all on Ultra settings and even the DX11 Alternate Lighing setting turned on. I also forced FXAA in the NVidia Settings Panel for this game. It looks soooo pretty that I could just sit there drooling at the sight of it. Now I have to add that I purchased the NVidia card first before the CPU upgrade, and so I had this little card running inside my old setup for about 2-3 weeks. And there were still some hiccups when Bioshock was loading new scenes. These issues have pretty much disappeared now that I have the FX-8320 in tandem with DDR3 memory (4GB only and VISTA!). There are a few off-scenes where not much actually seems to happen, like a guy shoe-shining some other guy's shoes, and weirdly, the framerate drops a little? But overall, I'd say the game runs perfect. Oh, and I have V-Sync on as well.
If I haven't made it abundantly clear by now, I am very impressed with and excited about the GTX 750 Ti. And Zotac has delivered a bare bones card, don't get me wrong, but it performs so well that I am tickled pink. Mind you that this card is pretty much designed like the NVidia reference board, and this is not overclocked at all. Would I see a performance increase if I did? How would I even know giving that my current set of games run sooooooooo extremely smooth (on 720p) that I probably wouldn't be able to tell the difference at all. Might be a different story with 1080p, might be a different story with other games, like Metro Last Light, Battlefield 4 or Crysis 3. But since I don't own any of these games, I can't pass any judgment other than this:
This card works great in 720p for new games and 1080p on older games.
A final niggle, but it's not really worth for me to take a star off: the HDMI port is a Mini-HDMI port, for which no cable or adapter is included. Luckily, I had one laying around from hooking up my tablets to the TV, so that's not an issue for me. Just be aware that you may have to purchase either an adapter or a new cable if you want to hook this up to your HDTV.
Final verdict: very much recommended for those that running games in 720p. Your mileage may vary with 1080p and newer games, but with PC games there's always the option to dial-down on the quality settings. I for one am very happy. Thank you NVidia for Maxwell and thank you Zotac for a budget price that fits my bill.
05/02/2014 EDIT: I finally got a hold of Metro Last Light, and after an initial setback due to an older PhysX driver that got installed with the game which rendered it virtually unplayable, it is now running smooth as butter with the latest PhysX driver from nVidia which fixes the issue. And let me tell you, it runs extremely well in 720p on very high setting and Advanced PhysX turned on. The particle effects are gorgeous and the lighting is fantastic. Most of all, the frame rate is at a stable 60 fps with V-Sync on. Absolutely fantastic!
05/18/2014 EDIT: And another game that struck my attention and runs really well with this card is Dishonored. This game actually runs well even on 1080p, again with what appears to be 60 fps, although I should add that Dishonored is "just" a DirectX 9 title. Just throwing that in here for those who were wondering about 1080p.
BF4 Multiplayer - 1080p Ultra 35-45 FPS - 720p Ultra 60-75 FPS
BFH Multiplayer - 1080p Ultra 30-45 FPS - 720p Ultra 55-70 FPS
Skyrim - 1080p Ultra 60+ FPS (Rarely dropped below 60)
Bioshock Infinite - 1080p Ultra 55-90 FPS - 720p Ultra 75-140 FPS
CS:GO, SC2, Insurgency, Dota:2 - 1080p Ultra 65+ FPS - 720p 85+ FPS
I replaced a Radeon HD770 with this. Should be getting about 50% improvement. A quick run through some games and I can see an definite improvement. Time will tell....
The card is quiet. There is no 6pin or 8pin connector needed for extra power. Amazing, but true!
I did have some installation issues. The card would spin up, but the BIOS would hang. Fortunately I still had my old HD7770, so I loaded it back up.... went to my motherboard site... and downloaded the latest BIOS. I updated the BIOS, and it worked. The note on the BIOS update was a fix for Nvidia cards hanging.... just like I was experiencing. All better now.
I really like a quiet computer. And, I despise the need to run fans at a high RPM just to push the hot air from the PC back into my room. Come summer, I do not want to be dealing with an 90+F computer room. Remember, 35C = 95F. With not needing an additional power cable connector, the card only uses the power from the PCIx slot, and thus, runs much cooler. When those overclocked rigs are running at 60C, that is 140F!!!!! Ouch.
So, quiet, and cool..... perfect for me. I'll be selling my old card, so my net upgrade cost will be minimal.
I'll update as my gaming evolves.
2/13/2016 update: Everything works great! I would say 'quiet', but to be fair I'd have to say 'no noise at all'... Yup. Perfect for me. Still 5 stars. FPS is very high compared to my competition - sweet.