ASUS has done a nice job with this card; from aesthetics to overclocking, it's a very nice package for a decent price. They have gone above the stock specification, and added an extra power phase to ensure longevity, and overclocking performance.
While the placement of the six-pin connector is a little weird, I am glad it's present, as many GTX 750 TIs don't even have it! ASUS's selection of Samsung memory as opposed to Hynix did seem to help me gain a few extra MHz compared to others I have seen. My overclocks on this card were impressive for air cooling, and even at those high speeds I wasn't getting any artifacts, or stuttering.
The ASUS GTX750TI-OC-2GD5 is currently $149.99 on Newegg, before rebate. At that price, it offers the ability to play many newer games at acceptable levels at 1080p. To be honest, I didn't expect much from the heat sink, but it performed well beyond my expectations.
The cooling is what really helps set apart different GTX 750 Ti models, and ASUS delivers a solid and affordable solution. If you have a red and black motherboard, this would look really nice installed in your case.
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United States: The ASUS GTX 750 Ti retails for $139.99 at Amazon.
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