Summary: I got this to do crossfire/dual graphics with an AMD A10 6800k. There were mixed reports if it would work with a 7750 or not so I decided to give it a try anyway. Worked perfectly, and I saw terrific improvements. Haven't run this card by itself so I can't give any opinion on that.
Summary: This card is an good bang-for-buck. It can play all my videos that I want on it with no problem, with low power draw, and while being low profile. This is one of the few low profile cards you can buy (with some power behind it).
Summary: I'm running a Dell Dimension 5150 with typical specs except I've installed additional RAM bringing the total up to 4GB. After installing this video card in May, I'm still not sure it's doing anything.
Summary: I have used this card for a couple of months in an aging intel quadcore with 4 gb memory, windows7 64bit and a ssd drive and I must say it works great. I can play on 1680x1050 resolution with high settings in most all games, though be careful with shadows and anti-aliasing settings.
Summary: EDIT: I left out important info..... They make this card in 3 variations (AX7750). This is the AX7750 1GBD5-DH. Make sure you get the GDDR5 RAM and it's a good idea to get one with a DISPLAYPORT as well. It helps with 3D and multiple monitor set-ups.
Summary: This graphic card made an improvement to my HP Pavilion p6216f performance. It increased the PC performance from 3.3 to 5.8. However I also upgraded the PSU from 250W to 500W and upgraded the CPU AMD Athlon II to AMD Phenom 4 HD9750.
Summary: Pros: Single slot, very quiet and it doesn't need a power connector. It's a great card if you are looking for the most powerful card that doesn't need a power connector, and it's a quite single slot as well! Cons: None really, it's priced a bit high but in time prices will come down.