HIS HD 7750 iCooler 1GB GDDR5 Video Card Review

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HIS HD 7750 iCooler 1GB GDDR5 Video Card rated Great by 3dGameMan.com

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While the HIS HD 7750 iCooler 1GB GDDR5 Video Card isn't high-end it's packed full of features and technologies. This video card for someone who's on a budget, does some gaming, but heavy on multi-media.


 

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Anonymous

Hello

first of all i want to Thank You for the reviews. They are professionally done and pleasure to watch and listen (i play it at work just to listen coz its so entertaining)...

But i have a Question about not only 7750 graphic card but also a whole passively cooled computer.

1) I want to use LanBoy Air that You have reviewed but not for aesthetics but for the mesh and open construction so i guess good airflow is secured even with no case fans at all.

2) nofan cr 95 or 100 (donno what is actually the difference) - can You tell ma if it will probably fit or definatelly not in Air case ?

3) 7750 with some custom passive cooling on it.

all in all the new ivy bridge cpus will have also versions with tdp of 65 w + 7750 also 50 w. only one ssd drive.

Do You think it may actually make sense ?

Thank You for the reply
Aleks

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Case fans are required. Generally, you should have at least three; top, front and rear.

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Anonymous

this can't be compared with the 6850 but with a 6770.
the 7750 costs 109$ on newegg and will probably Drop the pprice 5 or 10 dollars in the next times and the 6770 is 10 bucks less.

it's a good choice i think, and it is a newer technology.

Anonymous

I'm curious, this appears to be a single slot card, yet supports crossfire. I have an NVIDIA 9600 gso that also is a single slot card, yet it is stated as having support for sli.. My question is, how exactly is this possible as both are a single slot card with no physical connection for a sli or crossfire bridge?

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It has a fan that takes up a second slot. If you try to fit a PCIe card directly below the GPU, it may or may not fit. With a PCI card, it may not fit.

I'm unsure if it's possible to replace the fan+heatsink and replace it where it takes up one slot instead of two.

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its hard to recommend this when a 6850 cost a little more(or even less if you look good) and much faster for gaming.

AMD should have made it cheaper or faster imo

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Nice, but I'd like to see video cards that don't take up two slots in the mid-high range. :)

I'm going to have to wait until I see more video cards that fill the needs for those who don't want to fit other three expansion cards in an mATX motherboard. :)

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Correction: When I said 7000 series, I misspoke. I mean that the 7700 series is low-range/end (budget).