Reviews and Problems with Diamond Multimedia Radeon HD 7750
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Cost-effective Video Card Upgrade
Gene Montgomery, Amazon
14 October 2014
Summary: This item replaced the Radeon 4250 that was originally in my Dell Inspiron 530. It plays every game I've tried smoothly. It also works well (with the fglrx driver) in Lubuntu 14.04. I use the HDMI and DVI (with a DVI-HDMI cable) outputs to connect two monitors for extended desktop.
Summary: Tried getting this card up and running under Ubuntu and had some difficulties. Once past that it worked fine. Since it doesn't explicitly state support I will let that slide. Worked right out of the box as expected under Win7.
Great, lightweight, low power Graphics Card that'll do everything for the avg user
William Bueno, Amazon
4 March 2014
Summary: Got this card for Hackintosh Desktop I built. I was looking for low profile graphics card that was compatible with OSX out of the box / reliable and required minimal config. While this item is not sold for this use, I can't rate it negatively for that reason alone, That is because the item did work...
Summary: I usually say something about technology after a sustained use cycle. This is pretty recent. The drivers are particularly pleasing as I have just migrated from a Dell machine whose GEForce drivers were killing me inside to my own upgraded beauty where the AMD drivers are helping things along without...
Summary: I had just bought a new machine, with an AMD APU and an older ATI version of a graphics card, it was good, but I wanted better. This card along with my new APU (FX-6200) make MOH Warfighter very playable, the Mass Effect trilogy play better than they do on my on my Xbox 360S.