Reviews and Problems with Sapphire Radeon HD 7750 1GB
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Good for a casual upgrade
Stephen Vines, Amazon
23 June 2013
Summary: I bought this as an upgrade for my wife's computer so that she can play games like skyrim and portal 2. This card handles both games well. For the money, it's a pretty good bang for your buck. However, for a few dollars more you can get much nicer cards(this is always the story in video cards). As a life long budget builder, I've always had good luck with AMD products, and the Sapphire brand has always worked for me.
Summary: Bottom line: I paid $95 and I'm not disappointed with the video card. It improved the Graphics and Gaming Graphics numbers on my Windows 7 Experience Index from to 7.4 from 6.7. This Sapphire Radeon HD 7750 1GB DDR5 replaced an integrated AMD Radeon HD 7660D. Receives stars for 1) Low power consumption. Runs great on a PC with only a 230W power supply. No power connections needed. 2) Bang for the buck. I dabble in video editing and this meets my needs.
Summary: This card seems perfect for my Slim Case HTPC and weak power supply. Increased graphics scores from 4.1 to 7.2 in Win 7. However, I can't get audio through the HDMI port. Connections are to my Yamaha Adventage AVR out to my Projector. The Catalyst Control audio section says " Display not capable of audio " or something like that. This is true, of course. But with another PC and Nvidia GT 610 card, I have no problem.
Summary: a really low-entry option... for the price it's OK, but I wouldn't recommend it unless you're really trying to save some bucks while being able to just watch some movies or play new games in low res.
Summary: I'm waiting for the price to go down to the previous sale price again so I can buy one for my other computer. I think Sapphire and AMD both had initial problems with the 7770 and 7750 cards, because there were a lot of driver problems and RMAs for HDMI connections. When it works, it works well. The 3rd card is trouble-free so far after 1 DOA and 1 failed after 10 weeks.
The Rebate is a Cheat!!! The Rebate Service Representative Hang up My Call!!!
6 July 2012
Summary: The video card is great. It consumes less power and generates less heat than my old HD4850 so that I don't worry about cooling and power supply. My old HD4850 works great on another my desktop, but it requires at least 400W power supply with separate +12V, extra cooling fans and a well-built chassis. The accessories in the box are a DVI-VGA, driver CD and user manual. However, the rebate is a cheat!
Summary: Well I bought it and it arrived quickly, the next day in fact, Installation was easy, but I've been having problems getting the darn thing to run. I'm assuming it's my own idiotic fault as I'm not great with computers, but sadly I can't give the product a proper rating. I wont lower the score to something ridiculous like 1 star simply because of my own idiocy, so an average 3 stars is awarded.
Good budget gaming card. When you don't get a faulty one.
J. Watson, Amazon
19 January 2013
Summary: I usually use the HD7750 GDDr5 cards for entry level gaming PC's I build up. The performance is a perfect balance of performance , cost, power usage and is cool running. However I have had two of these card faulty out of the box. The fault was the same with both. In Windows 7 the desktop would show pixel errors, when benchmarked using 3dMark11 or Heaven DirectX 11 this got worse with a total corruption of the display and a return two desktop error due to the driver...
Excerpt: La SAPPHIRE HD 7750 1GB GDDR5 offre un modo economico per migliorare le prestazioni grafiche se sei un giocatore su un bilancio o semplicemente vuoi migliorare le tue capacità grafiche . Dotato della grafica GCN architettura di elaborazione acclamato , offre un 800 MHz Clock di core . Molteplici opzioni di output includono Dual-Link DVI , HDMI con 3D , DisplayPort e DisplayPort 1.2 . Assaporare una coinvolgente esperienza 3D con AMD HD3D Technology, ...
Pros: non necessitare di alimentazione esterna, 2GB di memoria DDR3 a 128 bit,