HIS HD 7750 IceQ X Turbo 1GB GDDR5 Video Card Video Review
12 December 2012
Summary: The HIS HD 7750 IceQ X Turbo 1GB GDDR5 Video Card one of the better 7750 products available with faster core and impressive cooler. The core speed on this product is 900MHz (stock is 800Mhz) and the 1GB of GDDR5 128 bit memory is 4.5GHz DDR.
HIS HD 7750 iCooler 1GB GDDR5 Low Profile Video Card Video Review
12 October 2012
Summary: The HIS HD 7750 iCooler 1GB GDDR5 Video Card is a great option for a lower profile computer build. Like for example, a quiet Home Theater PC setup and while it's not a hardcore gamers card, gaming performance is acceptable.
Summary: Like the HD 7770, the HD 7750 sees the same problem with its biggest threat being from AMD themselves. While $109.99 is a nice price point, the issue is if you head on over to Newegg, you're going to see HD 6850 video cards can be had for $129.99 after rebate.
Conclusion: Not to repeat too much on what we’ve seen and found in the 7750 Pro reference card review with regards to positioning in the market and it target audience, we have to say that again we can see that the 7750 is an ideal upgrade for the everyday user who wishes to bring their system right up to date...
HIS HD 7750 iCooler 1GB GDDR5 Video Card Video Review
16 February 2012
Summary: While the HIS HD 7750 iCooler 1GB GDDR5 Video Card isn't high-end it's packed full of features and technologies. This video card for someone who's on a budget, does some gaming, but heavy on multi-media.
Summary: AMD's new Radeon HD 7750 is the lower cost version of the HD 7770. Naturally, lower price means lower performance, but the ratio is in favour of the HD 7750. Price/performance considered the card is a better deal than the Radeon HD 7770.
Pros: 20% performance increase over last generation, Most power efficient graphics card in the world, Extremely quiet in idle, Good overclocking potential, Native full-size HDMI & DisplayPort output, No PCI-Express power connector required, Adds support for PCI-Express 3.0 and DirectX 11.1, Support for...
Cons: Price too high to be competitive, Not overclocked out of the box, Overclocking gains very little additional performance, No software voltage control, CrossFire works only via PCI-Express, No adapter included for dual DVI output, CCC Overdrive limits too low