MSI is known for making some of the best GPUs on the market today, and this GTX 750 did not disappoint. It is not only extremely power efficient, but it is also a pretty good overclocker. While I wasn't able to match the performance of an overclocked GTX 750 Ti, I was able to get the card to levels where gaming would be acceptable on a 1080P monitor.
The MSI TWIN FROZR IV N750 TF 1GD5/OC is currently $139.99 on TigerDirect, before rebate. Its cooler is very nice - better than many factory overclocked GTX 750 TIs. One thing that really stands out is MSI's attention to quality and detail. The VRM circuit is of great quality, and this GPU would go great with a MSI Gaming series motherboard.
This is a card for more power conscious individuals; it is meant to allow you to play games without boosting your electricity bill through the roof. The card's aesthetics are not only pleasing to the eye, but its value is also easy on your wallet. So, if you are in the market for a low power GPU that you can actually play games with, then take a look at the MSI GTX 750 Gaming.
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