Gigabyte GTX750Ti Windforce Review
It seems to have been a long time since we've seen some box art. These days nearly everyone has moved across to a simple design showing the card, or perhaps even just the model number. The Gigabyte has a subtle design and we have to say we quite like it. Certainly compared to some that the recent past has thrown up.
Having recently looked at some big cards, the compact dimensions of the GTX750Ti always come as a bit of a shock. Of course it doesn't need to be large, and so in a lot of ways it's good that nVidia have taken the opportunity to keep the PCB as small as possible. Unfortunately being only one and a half fans wide, a technical measurement there, the Gigabyte Windforce cooler does hang off the back somewhat. Although we've got used to the Windforce cooler not being designed to fit certain cards, but instead Gigabyte take advantage of having a winning design and adapt it.
There is plenty of space and fins to ensure the air gets circulated as easily as possible whilst allowing the hot air to escape from a number of places, rather than being forced to exit from the rear of the card.
As primarily a balance between a low-power card and a good performer, the GTX750Ti only requires a single 6pin power input. Outputs are the now-standard nVidia selection of DVI, DisplayPort and HDMI.