Reviews and Problems with Sapphire Radeon HD 7750 1GB
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Great for low PSU systems
Levi Watson, Amazon
4 days ago
Summary: Great GPU for the price if you have a low spec system or are worried about the PSU you have. I have a factory built HP ENVY H8-1534 and upgraded to this GPU, it can easily run games like Minecraft on ultra, and games like splinter cell blacklist and skyrim at high with 4x AA or ultra at 720p.
Summary: The OEM Nvidia GeForce GTX 8800 (768 MB) card in my circa 2006 Dell XPS 410 PC recently died. I didn't want to spend too much on this seven year old computer but also didn't want to downgrade my graphics/video performance either. The 375W PSU in my computer also limited my choices. Based on other users' reviews I purchased this card and was surprised at the smaller size (vs.
Summary: It's not a hardware issue, but a driver issue. The card runs in safe mode and without the drivers installed, though you can't play games. Once the proper drivers were installed, the screen distorted into pink and white horizontal lines and finally crashed to grey, which required a hard reboot. I tried it on two computers, both running Windows 7, and encountered the same error on both once the drivers were installed.
maybe the best low profile card and cost low power
xiaodong yin, Amazon
3 weeks ago
Summary: It works well with my Optilex 960. I worried the power issue before I bought it , but now everything going well. I just play some sports game like PES2014, and NBA 2K14. The graph is totally smooth under HD res.(1080p) and high quality render.
Summary: All that I can say is WOW! I purchased a pre-built system a little over a year ago, the HP h8-1214. It came with the FX-6100 cpu and Radeon HD 7450 gpu. The 7450 really was never a good game card so I decided to upgrade as best I could with the factory 300 watt power supply that came with my computer. The 7750 installed without a hitch. Just un-installed the drivers for the old HD 7450. Shut down the system and removed the old card and installed this one.
Beware if you're gonna use the mini HDMI or mini display port coz it wont display properly!
P. Lau, Amazon
4 weeks ago
Summary: Pros: 1. Tiny size, suitable for extremely small mini-itx case 2. Quiet fan Cons: 1. Rather shabby build quality 2. It comes with mini HDMI port and my monitor can't recognize the resolution properly, although it does come with a mimi-HDMI to normal size HMDI converter. End up i got to settle with the normal VGA cable (blue one) 3. Doesnt even come with DVI port!!! WTF!!!
Summary: Great card for my low profile mounting option. I have been using the card for over a month now and have had zero problems with heat build-up or power. It is currently installed in a slimline case without ventilation and using only a 250 watt power supply. I use it for hours of gaming without problems with stability even though some sites state the card requires a minimum power supply of 400 watts.