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..
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.
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...
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.
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.
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.