Good card, lets you play heavy games with very little power consumption
17 June 2013
Summary: I got this card for only $89 and I can play battlefield 3 with in 720p with high settings at reasonable speeds, I also play arma 2 and far cry 3, no problem what so ever, I got an FX 6100, 8gb ram...and The most important this card is very power efficient, just 55 watts max, Im using my old 800W generic and its working perfectly.
Summary: I cannot complain about the card itself, but in my experience and from what I see from others don't rely on the rebate. The Asus HD7750 replaced a Radeon 4790 with a dead fan and it's now paired with a i7-720 and 16GB of memory. Borderlands 2 and Arkham City both play great at 1650x1080 with all the goodies set to max.
Summary: Pros: * You could use this card with a power supply that doesn't provide that much wattage. This is the main reason i bought this GPU. I'm using this GPU on an old Dell computer with a 350W power supply. * It's really quiet. I can hear my HDD more than the GPU fan. * Has both HDMI and Display Port so that you can use the latest technologies on your monitor. * Games look great for the price.
Summary: The card seems well constructed and tested out 5-10% better overall on the common benchmark programs vs two crossfired 6570s which is not to shabby. The tweak software is poorly layed out. Definitely install drivers straight from AMD and do not use the one on the software disc that comes with the card. They are buggy. Other than that, the card has run nice and cool under load and wont disappoint at this price level.
Summary: I picked up this card in exchange for an Nvidia GT 610 that was given as a gift. I was so completely underwhelmed with the Nvidia's performance over my on board 9400GT that I returned it and decided on the ASUS AMD 7750 based on the online reviews which touted the card as the best bang for your buck in the price bracket. It requires no additional power other than a free PCIe slot.
Summary: When it comes to buying Asus, I'm usually pleased with the quality. I was not let down with this purchase except when it came to the height of the card - it's just a wee bit taller than my Apevia Q-Pack2 sliding motherboard tray accommodates. When it comes to performance, I'm getting at least around 30fps average in the Heaven benchmark. 3dMark 2011 not so much... but if you play games like Diablo 3 don't sweat.
Summary: I don't play games but amateur video editing. Loaded easy. Software kept trying to set me up for games. One month in I am happy. Note: Cyberlink PowerDirector 10 would not run with this card and the forums were useless. Had to upgrade to version 12 at a cost of £42.