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XFX AMD Radeon HD 7750 1GB GDDR5 2DVI/HDMI/DisplayPort PCI-Express Video Card FX775AZDP4

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  • Chipset: AMD Radeon HD 7750
  • EngineClock: 900 MHz
  • Video Memory: 1GB GDDR5
  • Memory Clock: 4.5 GHz
  • Memory Interface: 128-bit
  • Max. Resolution: 2560 x 1600
  • Connectors: DVI-I, DVI-D, HDMI,?DisplayPort
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  • Brand Name: XFX
  • Model Number: FX775AZDP4
  • Item Package Quantity: 1
  • Graphics Coprocessor: Radeon HD 7750
  • Graphics Card Ram: 1 GB

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XFX AMD Radeon HD 7750 1GB GDDR5 2DVI/HDMI/DisplayPort PCI-Express Video Card

Product Information

Product Dimensions 4.4 x 1.5 x 8.8 inches
Item Weight 1.9 pounds
Shipping Weight 1.9 pounds
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ASIN B007Z3T5LU
Item model number FX775AZDP4
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4.8 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews

4.8 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #3,500 in Electronics > Computers & Accessories > Computer Components > Graphics Cards
Date first available at Amazon.com April 26, 2012

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By David Pierce on July 14, 2012
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I am running two of these in Crossfire, both purchased from Amazon.

These cards have a Crossfire bridge connector (standard for 7770s but not 7750s) as well as an auxiliary power connector.

I think they may have some parts in common with XFX's 7770 Black Edition. Both of the cards I purchased overclocked to 1 GHz Core / 1.25 GHz Memory without so much as a flicker or hiccough, and are FurMark/OCCT and Folding@Home stable.

They are QUIET. The double-fan cooler is silent at idle, and barely noticeable at load. They run fairly cool - <40C at idle. At load, ~50C is typical.

So, why only 4/5 stars?

The Cons: there are cheaper ways to get the same or better gaming performance. But those ways use more power and generate more heat. There are also less expensive 7750 variants available. You're paying extra for the nonstandard port layout (2x DVI, 1x HDMI and 1x Displayport. Most have 1 of each) and factory overclock. (900MHz vs. 800MHz for reference cards.)

If you buy these to do Crossfire, keep in mind that these do not include a CF bridge ribbon connector. You'll need to order one separately.

Also, the product registration process w/ XFX was relatively complex.

Finally, one of the two cards I purchased had a defective fan. (made cricket-on-meth noises above 1,000 rpm.) Catalyst Control Center will let you limit maximum fan speed, but the core temp on the effected card skyrocketed as a result. I've contacted XFX Tech Support, and am hoping for a warranty replacement of either the card or just the fan, but that's not resolved yet.
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So far so good, easy installation (you need one 6-pin PCIe power cable connector) and downloaded latest drivers (You have to register the product with XFX online though to get the driver).
Worked after reboot on 64-Bit Win7 Ultimate no issues.

The twin fans and cooler are impressive, neatly packaged across two slots. Noise wise I was expecting to hear the fans, but it is actually pretty quiet (I have it installed in a Thermaltake Level 10 GT, with a i7-3770K Ivy Bridge, ASUS P8Z77-V LK, - so it is running at full PCIe 3.0 bus bandwidth).

Not much of a gamer, but for OpenCL and number crunching it is fabulous with the 512 cores (Or stream processors as ATI would call it), use of photoshop and google sketchup (3-D) it is amazing, no lag or delays in zooming/rotating or copying large constructs. You also get 4 connection options, includes HDMI, but I am using DVI (Has one single and and also one dual port) (No VGA by the way, but that's not a bad point).

In terms of competition you cannot beat the price and value, nothing in Nvidia has the same performance for this price!
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I would suggest Crossfire for big screens, I tried running Skyrim on my 42" Vizio from my pc, pretty slow, but Thats because I didn't have 2 cards.. on a Smaller screen around 21-24" this card should have blazing fast speed... Just update it asap, ATI just released new firmware.. DX11 looks really nice. Battlefeild 3 looks amazing.. definitely a step up from my old 4850..

Benchmarks on a 42" vizio were pretty bad, 1080p high settings made everything look like pictures instead of videos...

I just want to get it out there that this cards not bad, but don't expect it to do HUGE resolutions smoothly without a secondary card. I don't have a Crossfire mobo..

I do have to say one thing, the fan is really quiet compared to my old HIS4850.. The only noise I hear in my tower is the HDD..

I'm still waiting for my rebate, 6-8 weeks is a LONG time to wait for a simple pre paid credit card..
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I wanted to compare this card and a gtx 550ti on a 400w PSU. Turns out my PSU was kind of faulty. I believe it only peaked at 400w, but should have handled 350w no problem, alas this was not what I got out of it. Both cards would eventually give out while in use if the settings were too high.
the gtx would die on anything higher than 800x600 within minutes. The 7750 took hours to die on both 720p and 1080p, and didn't die on resolutions lower than that. I'm very impressed by the power consumption on the card. As well, this 7750 seemed to out perform the gtx in everyway. The gtx barely seemed to surpass my onboard graphics for the few minutes it was on. The 7750 smoothed out everything, handled anti-aliasing to an extent and increased my resolutions dramatically. It's well worth the money.

Unfortunately I'm not convinced this one will operate to it's full capability on a 300w PSU like the non-overclocked version. As is the case I'm not quite sure what I would use it for.
I have an extra 700w PSU, but I'm going to get a beefier card for that unit.
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