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HIS HD7750 Radeon Graphic Card H775P1GD

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HIS H775P1GD Radeon HD7750

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Summary : Screen Size, Screen Resolution, Graphics Coprocessor, Graphics Card RAM
Screen Resolution 4096 x 2160 pixels
Max Screen Resolution 4096 x 2160
Processor 800 MHz
Memory Speed 4500 GHz
Graphics Coprocessor Radeon HD 7750 PCIe
Chipset Brand AMD
Graphics Card Ram Size 1 GB
Brand Name HIS
Item model number H775P1GD
Item Weight 2.5 pounds
Product Dimensions 13.5 x 2.2 x 8.5 inches
Item Dimensions L x W x H 13.5 x 2.2 x 8.5 inches

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ASIN B00889STFI
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4.0 out of 5 stars 6 customer reviews

4.0 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #2,811 in Computers & Accessories > Computer Components > Graphics Cards
Shipping Weight 1.4 pounds
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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Date First Available May 23, 2010

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By Mark Dengler on December 25, 2013
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By the numbers, this should be a great HTPC/productivity video card. It's silent, sips electricity, has a compact heat sink for a passive cooler, yet it's surprisingly powerful, and Windows 7 (64 bit) reports a 7.4 Windows Experience Index number for Desktop and Gaming performance.

Un-installed my previous card and it's drivers, plugged in the HD7750, downloaded the latest drivers from AMD, and everything looked good on my primary monitor.

Trouble showed up when I connected the second monitor: the sync wasn't quite right and part of the display would periodically rip and tear. That would get better after running for a few hours but never went entirely away. Eventually I found a setting in the card's management software (Catalyst Control Center) that seems to have fixed the problem. Under My Digital Flat-Panels\Properties (Digital Flat Panel) check the box labeled "Reduce DVI frequency on high-resolution displays".

The next problem appeared when I connected a 3rd monitor: it would only work if I disabled one of the other two monitors. I thought these cards could run 3 monitors, but if so, I have not discovered the trick. Monitors 1 and 2 are 1920 x 1200 displays and the 3rd monitor is 1920 x 1080.

The 3rd problem, and it's the deal breaker, is that I can no longer play Blu-rays: the picture is recognizable but a shifting irregular patch of the screen continuously pixelates into 1/4" blocks. I have tried every permutation of settings in Catalyst Control Center that seemed likely to help with no improvement. However, after patching TotalMedia Theater 3 to the latest version, my Blu-ray playback problem went away so I'm raising my opinion from 2 to 3 stars.

Previous video cards on this and other machines just worked as expected: install the drivers and go. This one wants to be a project.
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The HIS iSilence 7750 is my go-to card for new computer builds. No problems with the card, ever. It plays bluRay, Wow, TSW, and even BF4. Frame rates are 30+ with medium settings and max view distance.

I have bought 3 of them locally for new computers. As long as your case has some fans the card will stay cool. Remember that video cards often run happily at 80 C for many years.

The card does not have a power connector, as it is not needed. It will not work with a second card in CrossFire, on most boards, as they do not supply 75 watts to the second PCI-X slot.

The card works well with two monitors. To use three monitors, one must use a displayport connector.
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By SteveB on January 16, 2013
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For the money this is a great card if you are looking for an upgrade. I have had this card running for several months now and no heat issues. As a gamer I think this card could be a bare minimum for a gaming graphics card these days. But if you are on a budget this card should have enough power to run any game out there. Sure it wont be as fast as more expensive ones but it will get the job done.
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