Reviews and Problems with Sapphire Radeon HD 7750 1GB
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28 March 2013
Excerpt: In the past when it came to building a mITX based system the general rule of thumb was that you needed to have a low profile video card to go with it. The general thought process behind building a mITX system was that it was going to be as small as possible. With companies like BitFenix, Silverstone and Lian-Li choosing to focus on mITX more over the last year, this mentality has changed.
Summary: Synthetics -
The Sapphire HD 7750 Low Profile video card performs very well in synthetic testing. Scoring 2434 in 3dMark 11’s graphics test at 720p resolutions is no small feat for a budget card. Unigine V3.0 is also a taxing benchmark program and the 7750 managed to maintain an average of 23.6 frames per second (FPS) during that test.
DirectX 11 -
Testing using DX11 games showed that the Sapphire HD 7750 is able to handle games at 1680 X 1050 without too much issue.
Cons: Single Slot Cooler, Low Profile, Quiet Operation, Low Power Consumption, Full Size bracket included, Micro HDMI to Full HDMI converter Included, Mini DisplayPort to Full DisplayPort Converter Included, Included Tuning Application, No Additional Power needed from PSU
Sapphire Radeon HD 7750 Ultimate 1GB Graphics Card
13 July 2012
Conclusion: The Radeon 7750 launched not so long ago and hasn’t exactly been the most raved about card on the market, purely because the performance isn’t exactly staggering, but that’s not what the 7750 is all about and not why it was launched in the first place. It was launched to take a certain segment of the market and harness it by offering a great value card, which offers new technologies and is better than the previous gen card.
Excerpt: After looking at the Radeon HD 7750 from HIS in a standalone review and then looking at reference model paired with it for some HD 7750 CrossFire action , I swore that I wasn't interested in testing another one. Still if someone was ever going to get our attention with a version it was going to be the folks over at Sapphire and that's exactly what they did.
Excerpt: Sapphire has been thinking out of the box once again, and squeezed the recently released Radeon HD 7750 into a passively-cooled format. While we’re not totally smitted by the 7750, mainly due to its higher-than-we-would-have-hoped pricing, it’s not a bad card. Admittedly the 128-bit interface does limit it’s capabilities as well, but that aside, it [...
Summary: AMDs Radeon HD 7750 zielt auf preisbewusste Käufer ab, denen es ausreicht nur hin und wieder einen aktuellen Spieletitel anzuwerfen. Die Leistung reicht aus, um aktuelle Spieletitel ruckelfrei auf den Bildschirm zu zaubern, wenngleich hier und da ein bisschen die Qualität zurückgeschraubt werden muss. Gegen eine ähnlich teure GeForce GT 640 hat die Radeon HD 7750 ein leichtes Spiel. Die Leistungsaufnahme fällt deutlich besser aus und das obendrein bei höheren Frameraten.
Pros: Schlankes Low-Profile-Format, Für aktuelle Spieletitel schnell genug, Gute Energieeffizienz
Cons: Unter Last leider etwas zu laut, Vergleichsweise hohe Temperaturen