- 640 CUDA Cores
- 2GB 128-Bit GDDR5
- PCI Express 3.0
Works well enough, I guess. 03/16/2014
This review is from: ZOTAC GeForce GTX 750 Ti ZT-70601-10M Video Card
I could not get my Linux PCs to boot with this card installed.
This was kind of an impulse buy. I should have researched it a bit more, but I got in a hurry after I updated my Ubuntu install and found out that my old video card had been orphaned. The amount of work required to get the old card going looked daunting. I figured, I should just get with the times, and get a newer card.
When this card arrived, I installed it, updated my drivers and rebooted. Everything looked fine, until a second reboot. The system got stuck on the loading screen and would go no further. I thought I had a blown card, so I pulled it, and dropped in another Linux PC (Mint 16, this time). Mint got stuck loading on this PC, too. A little bit of Googling indicates that Linux might have a problem with the 750ti. OK, over to my trusty Windows 7 gaming PC. The Windows machine boots and runs fine with this card. So, the gaming machine got to keep the card, and I installed it's old 550ti in my desktop. It needed that upgrade anyway.
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