KFA2 GTX 750 Ti OC 2GB Graphics Card Review
Ryan Martin / 6 years ago
A Closer Look
KFA2’s GTX 750 Ti OC is hardly the most menacing looking graphics card for what is being sold as an “OC” graphics card.
The back reveals the half height PCB but as I said it would have been great to see a bracket adapter that allows you to relocate the VGA port to the second slot at the bottom to keep the overall height of the card down.
The end of this unit reveals the cooling solution which is a lump of aluminium with widely spaced fines to allow for maximum performance with minimal airflow.
The fan on this unit is tiny, around 45mm so I don’t hold out much hope of the performance being dramatically better than the reference design.
As we said this card is a dual slot design even though the bracket is only a single slot.
The rear I/O contains VGA, HDMI and DVI. Personally I would have liked to have seen dual HDMI and DVI, or HDMI, DVI and DisplayPort with a DVI to VGA adapter provided. I think VGA is ancient and given this card is low profile it should be targeting the 4K playback market with dual HDMI or DisplayPort. Again I will mention I am sad to not see a rear I/O bracket adaptor which relocates the VGA to the second PCI slot reducing the height of the card to PCI half height.