HIS HD 7750 iCooler 1GB GDDR5 Low Profile Video Card Review

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

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The HIS HD 7750 iCooler 1GB GDDR5 Video Card is a great option for a lower profile computer build. Like for example, a quiet Home Theater PC setup and while it's not a hardcore gamers card, gaming performance is acceptable. The core speed on this product is 800MHz and the 1GB of GDDR5 128 bit memory is 4.5GHz DDR.


 

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Anonymous

Hey, I recently became interested in the HD 7750, for I'm looking to upgrade from my GT 430.
http://www.hwcompare.com/11762/geforce-gt-430-vs-radeon-hd-7750/
I was very closed minded at the time of my GT 430 purchase, sadly. I actually really wanted a GTS 450. I now see that the HD 7750 slightly out-performs the GTS 450, and uses 5w less than my GT 430.

I have a 300w 18a PSU that handles everything just fine.
Pentium Dual Core E5700 @ 3.00GHz
4GB DDR3 RAM
GT 430 2GB <-- on a 128-bit bus (The obvious marketing scam)
MOBO has PCI E 2.0 slot
and...
20" VGA monitor max res 1600*900

I use my PC for gaming, although it's not very good at it.
My question is: Would this be the best GPU upgrade without upgrading the PSU?

AMD = Low end master
Nvidia= High end master
^^^Wish I would've known that.

~Thanks

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Important question:

I am considering this card for my Mini-Itx HTPC. Need to know how wide the card is when installed and how long the card is from front to back. My itx case has the PCI express port on the side by the case with some space, and vents on the case for the fans to blow out, but not sure if there is enough room to install with the fans. Thanks!

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Here ya go. Dimension: 19.4 X 12.2 X 3.6 cm

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Anonymous

Any way I could get the measurements from the PCI-e connector to the end of the fans (width). I want this card since it has the two fans (and slightly cheaper than all other 7750 LP's) but afraid they will not fit my my eMachines EL1358G-51W case.. if not I guess I'll have to go with a SAPPHIRE 100357LP and will cost me $7 more for shipping.

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Thanks Rodney! Though as I though it is way to long for my mini itx case. Its is only 12 inches long in total, I need a low profile AND short card. I have a Intel core i3 with HD2000 IGP, and can actually play Skyrim on low settings, but after a while it needs a break. Any suggestions? Thanks again.

Anonymous

the card is dookie! probably cant even run minecraft! Z_z

Anonymous

Is this more powerful then a 6850?

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No, the 6850 would be faster, but the difference depends on the game/benchmark.

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Some of you are totally missing the target audience for this product... This product is NOT A GAMERS VIDEO CARD, it's more of a low profile solution with adequate gaming performance. Fact is, it's a great low cost solution for slim build, like a HTPC or a simple multiple display setup.

Anonymous

What a piss poor packaging setup. I bet that little piece of foam helped out. HIS garbage.

Anonymous

NO THIS CARD IS SUPER DOOKIE.

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i like this card perfect for home theater pc and i like the cooler on it (=

Anonymous

i agree this card is dookie lololol

Anonymous

Does it support CrossFire, though? Its cheap price makes it a pretty good candidate for a CrossFire configuration.
Then again, a lot of games today still don't properly support CrossFire, and a CrossFire hardly gives any benefit for a home-theater set-up..

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It supports software crossfire only.

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Note that the benchmark results were done at 1280x720.

Anonymous

str8 dookie!

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Poor for gaming, but if you're using this for a home theater PC setup or a multiple displays hope, it's great