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Sapphire Radeon HD 7750 1GB DDR5 HDMI / DVI-I / DP PCI-Express Graphics Card 11202-00-20G

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Sapphire Radeon HD 7750 1GB DDR5 HDMI / DVI-I / DP PCI-Express Graphics Card

From the Manufacturer


The new SAPPHIRE HD 7700 series is a new family of graphics cards targeting the enthusiast on a budget and mainstream users looking for increased graphics performance. It is based on the second family of GPU’s from AMD built in its new 28nm process and featuring the highly acclaimed GCN optimised graphics processing architecture.

7750 1GB GDDR5
7750 1GB GDDR5

APP Acceleration is the name given to the enhanced performance of a wide range of applications using the stream processing capabilities and specific hardware features of the graphics architecture. Typical applications include Video encoding and decoding, compression and multiplexing for media distribution, gaming or video conferencing. APP acceleration can also enhance everyday tasks such as Internet browsing, Office applications and the file compression with supported software suites.

Innovation for over 11 years!

SAPPHIRE Technology is a manufacturer and global supplier of graphics cards, small form factor PCs, mainboards and more since 2001 and has consistently been the worldwide market leader with its graphics products.


Key features:

  • AMD HD3D Technology: Enjoy the most immersive experience possible with full support for High Definition Stereoscopic 3D, a technique that presents 2D images (movies, games, photos) in a format that creates the illusion of three-dimensional depth when using compatible 3D displays / glasses / software.
  • AMD HD Media Accelerator: Optimize and dramatically improve video playback on your computer by taking advantage of hardware video acceleration from your AMD Radeon GPU. With full 3D stereoscopic decode you can enjoy it all in 3D. AMD HD Media Accelerator speeds up the decode of one 1080p and one 1080i HD video streams simultaneously by hardware, and the new hardware encodes/transcoder processes your media content faster than ever!
  • AMD Eyefinity 2.0 featuring support for stereo 3D-multi-display stereoscopic 3D support via DisplayPort 16K X 16K maximum display group resolution-output up to 268 megapixels per GPU. Perfect for powering HD displays.
  • Accessories: DVI to VGA Adapter
  • Dimensions: 170mm long x105mm wide x43mm high
7750 1GB GDDR5

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Technical Details

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Summary : Screen Size, Screen Resolution, Graphics Coprocessor, Graphics Card RAM
Screen Resolution 4096 x 2160
Processor 800 MHz
Memory Speed 4500 MHz
Graphics Coprocessor Radeon HD 7750
Chipset Brand AMD
Graphics Card Ram Size 1 GB
Brand Name Sapphire Technology
Item model number 11202-00-20G
Operating System Microsoft Windows 7
Item Weight 1.2 pounds
Product Dimensions 9.2 x 2.5 x 6.5 inches
Item Dimensions L x W x H 9.25 x 2.5 x 6.5 inches
Processor Count 1

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ASIN B007B5V614
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4.5 out of 5 stars 72 customer reviews

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Best Sellers Rank #817 in Computers & Accessories > Computer Components > Graphics Cards
Shipping Weight 1.2 pounds
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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Date First Available February 20, 2012

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I've always been amazed at how AMD low-power graphics card performed against NVIDIA counterparts at the same price. Let's say HD 4670 vs. 9600 GT, HD 5670 vs. 9800 GT and HD 6670 vs. GTS 250. Ok, all NVIDIA cards are (a bit) faster than those of AMD, but the great deal behind, is that AMD cards use half as much power. I bought this Sapphire HD 7750 for my second PC (Intel Pentium G620, ASRock H61 motherboard, 4 GB RAM) and I'm still able to play Mass Effect 3 at 1920x1080 with around 50fps. My system uses 225W average, so I wasn't forced to buy a new PSU, with that generic 250W PSU was enough. When it comes down to low power consumption and high performance for the money, without doubt, the Radeon HD 7750 is the best graphics card you can get that doesn't need PSU auxiliary input, and it can stand against AMD's own HD 6770 and NVIDIA's GTX 550 Ti, which use twice as much power.

UPDATE: just bought two more for my little brothers, couldn't be happier
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I wanted to upgrade the performance of a slightly older (2008) PC and decided a new graphics card would be the best investment. After much research, I decided on the 7750 mainly due to its low power consumption. I also decided to go with the Sapphire brand thanks to a different Amazon review claiming it expelled heat better than most other cards.

On my Vista 32-bit system, it bumped up the Windows Experience Index rating from 5.2 to 5.6 (with the gfx card coming in at a 5.9) and gaming performance definitely improved. The only issue I ran into with the installation was that this card completely knocked out my sound in the on-board speaker and both the front and back audio outlets. I think the PC expected all outgoing audio to feed through the HDMI port to a monitor/TV with built-in speakers which was not my set-up. I was initially upset at the thought that I'd need to buy a separate sound card when what I had was working just fine.

Several hours, repeated driver reassignments, multiple update downloads and countless forum searches later, I stumbled onto a solution. Someone had posted a fix for a related issue in a different scenario and I decided to give it a try. It involved me going into the system BIOS at start-up and re-enabling the on-board audio. Sure enough, it was set to "disabled" and a few clicks later...I had sound!

I don't know if this issue was caused by the card itself or the driver CD that came with it, but it sure was frustrating. Hope this helps anyone else who may run into the same problem.

TL;DR? - This card may disable your on-board system audio. It can be fixed through the BIOS menu.
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I was in need of a new video card - only had the one that comes with the computer when you buy it. The thing with me is that the budget was low, wanted to spend max of 100-110 if that. I found this card and tried to read as many reviews as possible, from there I made my purchase.

In terms of shipping, it arrived actually a day early and this was around Christmas!

Installation was simple and fast - meaning removal of old card and adding new card

Games played:
The Sims 3 - no changes noted, maybe a bit more crisp on water, and lanscape

Rift - Before on low quality settings, with new card on Ultra settings. Just on the lo in screen I had no idea there was stuff behind the toon! In game, just amazing! Colors everywhere! Runs smooth

SWTOR - Was playing it on low settings before, afterwards, went to High settings and WOW! I had no idea how beautiful everything looked. Imagine that the ceiling is reflected back on the floor, that alone blew me away!

World of Warcraft - I had my settings mostly on Good with a few adjustments ranging from low to high (this one only for view distance since I cant stand the "fog" you get on low settings for distance). With the new card, all settings to Ultra. The game is so vibrant and smooth, it felt a bit new haha...But seriously, I had a person ask me why I was running faster than her when we were in a starter zone where I had no talents or anything to boost speed. Now that could be my actual computer, but it never happened before the change.

Overall I am very satisfied and I didn't break my budget to get my upgrade. Please note I am not all that tech savvy or an IT person or anything like that.

Hope this review has helped, everytime I log into SWTOR and go to Hoth, I just take screenshots because the graphics just look so breathtaking!
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I'm something of a PC hardware specialist, and I must say that this card is the most efficient component I've ever owned. You'll read that it uses up to 75w max. That estimation is only to indicate that this 800MHz version doesn't require a 6-pin power connector. It actually uses a max of ~45w. On average, it uses ~43w.
This phenomenal graphics card uses so little power and offers performance between Nvidia's GTS 450 and GTX 550 Ti.
For instance, GTA IV maxed out @ 1080p- Min 40fps
BF BC2 high settings lowest AA @ 720p- Min 57fps
Left4Dead2 Maxed out @ 1080p- Min 60 fps
^^My PC: Pentium Dual Core E5700 3GHz, HD 7750, 4GB DDR3 RAM (insert clock speed here)^^
That's something to brag about considering the GTS 450 uses double the power.
Sapphire's version seems to be the best choice, as HIS is known to have toy-like fans. XFX offers weird versions of the card such as a 2GB DDR3 version with a huge heatsink. The cooling part of the card uses as much power as the chip itself. Sapphire's GDDR5 version has a solid fan + heatsink and runs quietly (if that matters to you).

Summary (for people allergic to reading): No other graphics card for $95 performs as well as the Sapphire HD 7750.
It handles everything you want it to, and you can use that stock 250-300w PSU with no worries. Even when paired with a power-hungry 3rd gen Intel Core i7 CPU, a system's full power usage can remain just below 200w.

Just buy it.
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