Originally Posted by themasterprawn
cheers for this post. I have a 755 sff and I had put a geforce 730 into it. The results are a mixed bag to be honest. I was looking at the 750 that you were alluding to in the first post. Have you fitted this and was it a success ?
This card sits a little uncomfortably on these capacitors as well. So was wondering how you got on with the galaxy ?
Wow, I haven't been on OCN now in almost 2 years. I randomly came back and saw a message from another member back in OCTOBER 2014 asking me a similar question and I feel so bad that I left him hanging.
Anyways, long story short life got in the way and I just sort of forgot about OCN. But now I'm back, at least for the time being.
I was in fact able to fit the 750 Ti Slim and the last time I used the machine (ironically or unironically depending how you look at it, ALSO almost 2 years ago) it ran brilliantly and flawlessly. I do vaguely recall have an issue with the capacitor but I forgot what I did in the end.
Much like the person who PM'ed me, I'll post an update with pictures as soon as I get a chance to do so, as I know there are other 755 SFF users who have probably stumbled across this thread through Google while searching for options or after having the same idea that came to my mind that this little box can ACTUALLY serve as a mini-LAN machine.
Rob, I'm not surprised to hear that you weren't happy with the 730. That thing is barely passable as a "graphics card", and the 750 Ti will actually give you the ability to play games as long as you lower the settings or play games older than the past 1-2 years. IIRC when I last used this thing it I played CS:GO, and it ran shockingly well at 1080p. When I fire it up (and go through almost 2 years worth of Windows updates
), I'm going to install Overwatch and see if it's passable at 1080p without having to turn every setting down to minimum. I do feel somewhat confident with the Q9550S at the heart of this tiny rig that the 750 Ti SHOULD be able to do just that and do it while not dipping below 60fps, but we will see.