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HIS H775F1GD Radeon HD 7750 1GB (128bit) GDDR5 Displayport HDMI DVI (HDCP) PCI Express X16 3.0 Graphics Cards

by HIS

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  • PCI-e 3.0Support Armed with the latest PCI-e 3.0 bus design maximizes performance by delivering double bandwidth per lane of PCI-e 2.x.
  • Game Better & FasterWith full Microsoft DirectX 11.1 support, the card is ready for next generation DirectX games. Equipped with AMD HD3D technology, you can enjoy a stereo 3D experience in the latest 3D games.
  • Sounds BetterOutput protected high bit rate 7.1 channel surround sound over HDMI with no additional cables required, heightening the sense of reality!
  • Enjoy HD BeautyWith Full HD 1080p support, the card delivers high quality 1920X1080 graphics, enabling seamless full-screen video playback. See HD, hear HD and feel HD

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7 x 2 x 4 inches ; 2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.6 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B007827196
  • Item model number: H775F1GD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (59 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: February 15, 2012

Product Description

More Graphics, Less PowerThe new architecture of the card gets more usable processing power for your money, enabling better frame rates in the latest games at high resolutions. In addition, with AMD PowerPlay & AMD PowerTune technologies, you can optimize the balance between performance and power consumption of your system by adjusting the engine clock during runtime of the card. Manage the power and keep your wallet loaded!

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I can play most games in really good settings.
Amazon Customer
It is the a very good performance for very little money.
Von Neely
I highly recommend this card for a budget gaming pc.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Marcus on September 9, 2012
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I owned a 4800 series radeon card for years, made by HIS as well. Finally I decided to upgrade after a total PC upgrade to improve for Guild Wars 2 and Battlefield 3. I will list my specs later on in the review. After receiving the card in its particularly nice packaging I installed it as normal. The card is actually quite small, a good chunk smaller than my old 4800 card and only has one fan. To my further surprise, the card actually doesn't connect to your power supply at all. I have never personally seen this before, I knew that this card was good for power/energy but not quite to that extent. Techpowerup stated in a review it's the most energy efficient 7000 series card on the market right now.

What it lacks in fans and power it makes up for in performance! The card works perfectly on start-up, I even used the software that came with it after start up just to ensure it was properly connected and not missing anything. The software disc also worked like a charm and the card was running in easily ten minutes. The card runs cool and quiet, I had the side of my PC off to ensure fan was running and it was silent, fan worked as well. Card has one DVI port, HDMI port and a Display port. I'm only using the DVI at this point. It's also fits a PCI x16 3.0, pretty standard.

I have tested this on some older games (Dawn of War, Civilization 4 etc), obviously handled it without issue. But the big one here is Guild Wars 2.

Been running guild wars for about a week now pretty heavily, the card stays quite and cool. I have max settings on, except one shaders setting on medium because I actually prefer a dull look over hard highlights.
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20 of 24 people found the following review helpful By K. New on February 23, 2012
I recently purchased an Core i5 2320 rig w/on-board graphics and 12 MB RAM. My power supply is only 350 Watts so upgrading to a dedicated graphics card meant installing a new PSU. I'm trying to stay on a reasonable budget and didn't want to deal with a new PSU so I was looking for a decent card with low power consumption to see if I could skirt by. My timing was great because within weeks of my PC purchase came these new HD 7750 cards that are rated at only 55 watts, which means no separate power cables needed (all power comes off the slot). In real world tests, this card uses much less power and are being rated as the most power efficient modern cards available. It runs very cool with reference cards getting buy with passive cooling. This HIS card has a nice fan, good enough for over clocking, but large enough that it occupies the space of two slots. I'm an occasional flight simmer and needed the added graphics muscle to play Il2 Cliffs of Dover, which is notorious for bringing top-of-the-line rigs to their knees, even with monster graphic cards. My monitor is older with a native resolution of 1280 x 1024, so this card, to my amazement, runs smoothly with all the settings on high. I only choke a little when flying over London at low altitude with buildings maxed out. I am stunned how well this card performs considering that it is a low to mid range card, albeit with all the newest features. For the price and how little power this powerhouse sips, its an awesome purchase - especially someone wanting to upgrade from on-board graphics and a modest PSU with minimal fuss. Installation took me three minutes!Read more ›
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By ambiotic syndrome on June 10, 2012
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Personally I've done a lot of shopping/researching prior to purchasing this graphics card. This one however is a great graphics card compared to a lot I've seen sold on amazon and in local computer shops. Although it clearly states minimum 400watt power supply, it doesn't have the extra plug so it doesn't need extra power like the power hungry cards, uses pci-e motherboard power, which even at a slight overclock, only needs about 60 watts max of power consumption to use. I run most of my games now on high to ultra settings without any issues. And I use a 1600x1200 resolution, I can still maintain about 50fps(frames per second) on most of the FPS (First Person Shooters like modern warfare 3)and 60+ frames per second on World Of Warcraft on ultra settings using the 1600x1200 resolution with no issues at all. I highly recommend this to anyone that doesn't have a large power supply cause this Will work for anything from a 200watt PSU on up. It's a big card, and takes up the space of two slots due to the heat-sink and fan shroud. So take that into consideration when buying this card, make sure you have a pci-e (2.0 will work, the 3.0 is better connectivity to the Motherboard as stated by the manufacture) for it and the adequate open space so it can stay cool w/o obstructions in the way. Fan is reasonably quiet seeing how it's been OC'd a bit. Although if you plan on overclocking a whole lot, then I suggest you get yourself at least a 400watt PSU, to get the most out of your card without bottle-necking your computer.

Pros:

No second power source from PSU to use
Has iTurbo (safe overclocking tool for card)
Not as noisy as my old graphics card was
Easy installation of the card, no special tools needed but a screwdriver.
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