The GeForce GTX 750 Ti is lower-end mid-range graphics card with support for DVI, HDMI and DisplayPort.
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Pro Very low power consumption
The 750 Ti does not require a 6-pin PCIe power connector and gets its power from the PCIe slot of the motherboard. During gaming situations, maximum power usage of the 750 Ti is around 60 watts. It's predecessor - the GTX 650 Ti - uses a whopping 110 watts.
Pro Slightly higher performance than Xbox One and PS4
In terms of power, the GTX 750 Ti offers good performance in 1080p games with medium settings. Games such as Tomb Raider and Bioshock Infinite perform well on 60 frames per second and high settings, and manages to run Titanfall at 60 FPS with anti-aliasing, which is an improvement over Xbox One console performance.
The GTX 750 Ti manages to achieve an average framerate of 37 FPS in Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag in 1080p with normal settings, 42.4 average FPS in Grid 2 at ultra settings and 50.4 frames per second in Metro: Last Light with medium quality settings.
Con Previous generation chip
The GTX 750 Ti chip has been around since 2014, and both NVIDIA and AMD are introducing new mid-range graphics cards in the remainder of 2016. As the new generation uses much smaller chips, performance improvements will be substantial - making the 750 Ti largely outdated.
Con No option for SLI
SLI - short for Scalable Link Interface - allows you to use two or more identical cards in order to increase performance. Unfortunately, SLI isn't supported on the GTX 750 Ti which means you can't use multiple cards.