What do you mean set up?
Just download it and run the command line from the posts above
The only work you need to do is the tuning... and making the Pool account
ASUS GTX 750 Ti is $154.99 http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00IB9P1KG/
MSI GTX 750 Ti (TF) is $163.98 ($10 MIR) http://www.superbiiz.com/detail.php?name=MSI-750TI2
Gigabyte GTX 750 Ti is $165.38 http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814125502
* Gigabyte packs only reference number of phases but uses ferrite chokes instead of iron ones (plus Low RDS(on) mosfet) for the secondary phase. ZOTAC single fan might be the same way.
ZOTAC GTX 750 Ti $149.99 https://www.superbiiz.com/detail.php?name=ZT-750TI2G
* this is the single fan one, the dual fan one has pcb shot over on purepc.pl (http://www.purepc.pl/karty_graficzne/test_geforce_gtx_750_i_750_ti_premiera_architektury_maxwell?page=0%2C4
PNY GTX 750 Ti $160.30 http://www.shopblt.com/cgi-bin/shop/shop.cgi?action=thispage&thispage=0110040015010_BUU5165P.shtml&order_id=!ORDERID
^ No PCB shots thus far as far as I know
Palit GTX 750 Ti StormX Dual
^ PCB shot on http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Palit/GTX_750_Ti_StormX_Dual/4.html
suggest reference with ferrite chokes & low RDs(on) mosfet , no 6-pin
I don't think EVGA is going to be any good for mining since it looks like secondary phase uses an Iron choke and d-pak mosfet like reference design. It will likely explode after a week.
I forgot the main reason why I came back to this thread
Actual VTC hashrate is 125-129 KHS without overclock, and about 135-137 KHS with OC.
I've gotten these cards to hash at 310-320kh/s for the last 12 hours stable, drawing about 90 watts from the wall per card while hashing.
Edit: I've got these cards stacked on top of each other in a desktop tower and they stay very cool. 48-60C with just the case door open and no external air movement.
Feb 20th : http://www.pcper.com/news/General-Tech/NVIDIA-Coin-Mining-Performance-Increases-Maxwell-and-GTX-750-Ti
With the new version of cudaMiner on the reference version of the GTX 750 Ti, we were able to achieve a hashrate of 263 KH/s, impressive when you compare it to the performance of the previous generation, Kepler-based GTX 650 Ti, which tops out at about 150KH/s or so.
GTX 750 performance
Despite this, the MSI GeForce GTX 750 Gaming, with a bit of overclocking, was able to do about 159 khash/s
To help us consistently hit 159 khash/s, we also overclocked the GPU to the same 1363MHz core / 1553MHz memory (6.2GHz effective) as we did in our overclocking testing earlier.
Due to lack of Displayport, ASUS/MSI/Gigabyte/ZOTAC/PNY cards are not adequately hedged via GPU. G-sync requires displayport 1.2.
EVGA seems like it would be a good bet until you see the PCB without the cooler, with the d-pak and iron choke for secondary phases. I'd buy it in a heatbeat except for that fact (it's a big problem when you're using memory intensive algorithms with a single phase memory that is powered by d-paks).
The GTX 750 Ti SC is the ideal card if it weren't for that (base to SC difference is the copper core insert on the heatsink). The GTX 750 Ti FTW befuddles me as the market value is $170+ and it is close to 10 inches like the MSI but only packing 3 phases for the core and d-pak + iron choke for the memory phase.