Summary: Sapphire's Radeon HD 5750 is a worthy addition to the new HD 5000 Series lineup. Even though it might not win any beauty contest against AMD's reference design HD 5770, which comes with a very stylish modern looking cooler, it can score high on all other criteria. Performance is decent, sitting right between the HD 4850 and HD 4870. Due to its more power efficient design it can take leading spots in idle power consumption and performance per Watt.
Pros: Very quiet, Very low power consumption, Massive overclocking potential, Reasonably priced, Support for DirectX 11, DirectX 10.1, Low temperatures, GDDR5 memory, Dirt 2 voucher included, Support for AMD EyeFinity Technology, Native HDMI & DisplayPort, Improvements to integrated HDMI audio device
Cons: Not the best price/performance ratio, DirectX 11 won't be relevant for quite a while, Not as visually appealing as HD 5770 reference design, No support for CUDA / PhysX