Doesn't the ASUS' Quad monitor support mean anything or not significant enough to consider? I would choose the MSI without batting an eye but why can't it have quad monitor support as well?
Here's the scenario:
Hey guys! I am purchasing a new graphics card and I am deciding between two GTX 750 TIs from different manufacturers, both coming to $89.99 after rebate. First is the MSI, boasting a slightly higher clock speed and military grade capacitors and Direct X 12 but only supports up to 3 monitors. Second is the ASUS' GTX 750 TI which is also very nice looking but can support up to 4 monitors. so my questions are 1.Which is the better card 2.Which is the better value 3.Does the slightly faster clock speed, military grade capacitors, and coming with DirectX 12 pre-integrated outweigh the ASUS' Quad monitor capability? Ive also read this:
The MSI has the fastest clock out-of-the-box and should have a small edge on the Asus. But the Asus requires a 6 pin PCIe power connector and the MSI does not. So if you are into OC'ing your cards, the Asus may be able to OC higher w/o exceeding the 75W power limit of the PCIe x16 slot.
I will prob not be OC'ing, but would like to choose the one that is of better quality will last longer/stay cooler, and has the better/nicer features. Seems the MSI does have some nice features but that quad monitor possibility from the ASUS is definitely something to consider and is what makes me second guess the MSI.
MSI> http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.a ... =N82E168..
ASUS> http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.a ... =N82E168..