Very good card for those interested in upgrading their PC
4 August 2014
Summary: Very good card for those interested in upgrading their PC. It's powered by the PCie slot. My machine with a measly 430W power supply had no problems running it. Performance is acceptable in 1080p, and phenomenal in 720p.
Summary: It starts 5 month ago once in awhile it blackout, so I have to shut off my pc and reboot, but farther it getting worse, now it blackout almost every day, some times twice a day. So I send it out for warranty, after one month still nothing so I have to wait , and wait I dont know for how long.
Summary: If you don't quite have the money for an upper tier card this is a great choice, especially if you have a lower end psu in your desktop. This card does not need an extra power connector. All of the great performance you get comes from the mobo's pci slot.
Summary: The HIS iSilence 7750 is my go-to card for new computer builds. No problems with the card, ever. It plays bluRay, Wow, TSW, and even BF4. Frame rates are 30+ with medium settings and max view distance. I have bought 3 of them locally for new computers.
Summary: By the numbers, this should be a great HTPC/productivity video card. It's silent, sips electricity, has a compact heat sink for a passive cooler, yet it's surprisingly powerful, and Windows 7 (64 bit) reports a 7.4 Windows Experience Index number for Desktop and Gaming performance.
Summary: Expected a mediocre performance when I bought this for $100 a year ago. Still a powerful performing card still even after a year later. I was extremely satisfied when playing BF3 at high settings 80 fps, Crysis 3 at high around 50-60 fps. I highly recommend this card for a budget gaming pc.
WOW....much better fps when playing Battlefield 4!!
7 November 2013
Summary: I dropped this in my Dell Inspiron 660 Desktop, and POW!! It looks amazing. While the 660 is not really a gaming machine, I get great results playing Battlefield 3 and 4. It stays pretty cool under load, and has taken the jerking out of the games. The PSU in the 660 is only 300watts.