Gaming PC Graphics Card on a Budget

After almost 8 years I have decided I needed a new graphics card for my gaming rig. I was rocking a GeForce 8800 GS (overclocked of course) which I purchased on a budget also, which was starting to show its age with more modern games and with the imminent release of GTA V for the PC I don’t think the 8800 would cut it.

So after careful consideration and shopping around I managed to stumble over a GeForce GTX 750 Ti in PC World for a smidge under £120 which I quickly snapped up and chucked in my PC. Now I am getting reasonably high frame rates on current games on max settings, like Bioshock Infinite, I run through the entire game (which is a really good game btw) in ultra settings with an average of 60fps.

Here is a graph from NVidia’s website showing FPS results for some games on this card.


Image credit NVidia

And for those who like graphs, here is another one benching the GeForce GTX range against each other


Image credit NVidia

Final Thought

For those of you wanting to get your fingers on a decent graphics card for some of the more demanding games on a budget, go grab yourself a GTX 750 Ti as they preform really well for the amount of cash you have to throw at it.

(ASUS) NVidia GeForce GTX 750 Ti 2GB

(ASUS) NVidia GeForce GTX 750 Ti 2GB

Value for Money





      • - Good Value for Money
      • - Easy to Overclock
      • - Great Cooling
      • - VGA Out
      • - 2 x DVI(D) + HDMI


      • - Takes 2 bays in case
      • - Needs 6 pin power

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