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. I can run Battlefield 3 on mid to high settings in 1080p, though my CPU (AMD-A10-5800k) is probably bottlenecking and higher fps is more than likely possible. I get a solid 40fps most of the time. Other games get similar performance.
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. Runs most games around HIGH settings well, is very quiet, and runs fairly cool. It's a great upgrade for a budget gaming pc.
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. As long as your case has some fans the card will stay cool. Remember that video cards often run happily at 80 C for many years. The card does not have a power connector, as it is not needed.
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. Un-installed my previous card and it's drivers, plugged in the HD7750, downloaded the latest drivers from AMD, and everything looked good on my primary monitor.
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. This card comes with software that will allow you to overclock the core speed. The only problem I have had is the system crashes when I try to overclock.