( 4.6 Average / 13 Ratings )
Before you go off at me and tell me I should've got and AMD card I'm and NVidia fan and I love this graphic card. Goes well with my CPU. (Intel i3-4150)
Great graphics card for my needs. Drivers were tricky, but that's 'cause I'm on Linux and it won't automatically install NVidia's drivers because they aren't open-source. >200FPS on Minecraft with max settings, what can you say?
Its take like a fraction of second to get the full 1080p when you play a video in Full screen mode, could be monitor not sure.
Chosen for the need to run 4 monitors, it does that. I would have preferred that this card was powered by the motherboard rather than a 6 pin connector.
Edit - Sent in for rebates for $30 each, but never got them, which makes the card cost $140. That and the need to run the 6 pin power makes this the last time I buy a card from Gigabyte. I suggest the EVGA 750TI (02G-P4-3753-KR) instead, but only has 3 monitor outputs.
I planned on getting either a FTW edition of SC edition EVGA 750 Ti, but Fry's Electronics was all out. Of course this is the same chip so no big deal right? Looks pretty great and it works good. Plays whatever games i want to play, and on good settings too.
Powerful for it's age. Can't comment on value as I got it free.