Summary: I have this video card since 2010 and it still works with no problem! i never reviewed the item because i must of forgotten but i was thinking now that time has past so people would know that its 100 percent recomended! sorry for my english errors im from vzla! obviously there are new models of video cards but if you want to buy a nice decent one!
Summary: I went on a tear with upgrading my computer, which already had an Intel i7-920 processor. The one downside I faced when buying a new video card was that I needed a card that would run with a 460w power supply and this was the best card that I could find that stayed within those limits. I have been very happy with the card, which does run Directx 11, so games and other graphics can look their best.
Summary: Wow. Standard issue HP desktop. Replaced power unit with a 550 watt off the shelf unit and added this video card. I play flight simulator games (both RC type and Wings of Prey stuff) and the improvement was unbelievable! Best upgrade I've made. Ever.
Summary: I've owned this card for about a month now and haven't had any problems. I can play BFBC2 on maxed out settings at 1680x1050 (medium resolution), or at 1920x1200 and reduced settings. Either way the game looks great and is a huge step up from Intel HD (integrated Clarkdale). BFBC2 is the most stressing game I own, so that's all I'll comment on, but I'm not really a hardcore gamer so I envision this card lasting me for a few years.
Summary: Sapphire HD5750 card works great with HDMI display and Windows 7 64bit and i7-920 processor Used this product for over six months. AMD updates easy to install (better than Geforce) pros: Extra outputs (HDMI, DVI) very nice Sound HDMI RealTek compatibility very good, ATI software support outstanding cons: Finding AMD software support patches can be a pain sometimes
Summary: Put together a new computer from scratch for the first time, instead of rebuilding existing units. The major pieces are an Intel DP55SB Extreme mobo, i7 860 processor, 650wd-HD, Sony 7241 DVD-RW, Win7pro64, Nero 10, 4gb Patriot Viper 1600 RAM, and this Sapphire HD5750 card. I will write more on this later. The video card was my first major upgrade in video processing on computers since a couple of ATI x1950pro cards.
Summary: I am using this card on a Win7 x64 system with an i7-860 + ASUS P755D Pro. The card is running two 25.5" ASUS VW266H 25.5-Inch Monitors at 1920x1200 on each monitor (3840x1200 combined). I toyed around with eyefinity but decided not to use it since it made running programs at full screen troublesome since the center of the app is where the two monitors meet. That being said I can watch full screen video's and 3d screen savers and have no complaints.