Reviews and Problems with Sapphire Radeon HD 7750 1GB
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Great video card for Dell Optiplex 755 DT, however included micro-HDMI adapter is fragile.
Vincent Lai, Amazon
11 December 2013
Summary: Great video card! Plays all the Steam games with good detail and performance. No worries about the low 280w power supply that the computer has after running it about 5 months now. Adapters are included for all three connectors. Docked a start for including an very fragile micro-HDMI adapter. The micro-hdmi end connector a is a bit long, and was easily be bent by weight of an hdmi cable after a couple of weeks.
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.
Summary: I bought this card to replace a Radeon HD6450 because I couldn't play any game with it. Even though I'm not a hardcore gamer, I enjoy playing some recent games once in a while. Installation was easy on my HP Pavilion Slimline and I did not have to change the PSU (220W). I've been using it for 2 weeks now and I'm completely satisfied with this video card. I can play the latest SimCity and Starcraft II with max resolution/settings.
Summary: I installed this in a new Shuttle HTPC I built for my living room. It plays all current games at meduim to high settings(depending on the game) and performs very well with streaming video and XBMC The best part is that it runs cool and draws all of its power from the PCI-E slot without need for a dedicated plug.
Summary: The card BARELY fit in my mini-tower. It installed and played my Sims 3 beautifully for about 10-20 minutes before it began lagging significantly, especially in build mode. It was such a pain I took it to my local computer shop where (for $30) they diagnosed a cooling issue with this card in my tower. They suggested another fan which could be mounted atop my computer, altering the design, for an extra fee; alas, I just returned this card.
Summary: For most people, the 7770 is a no-brainer to buy instead of the 7750 since the difference is so little. But I bought this for my HTPC so I wanted a cool and quiet card that drew little power. This is an excellent choice for a high-end HTPC if you want to use madVR with high settings for high quality video playback. For basic HTPC use, a 6450 or Trinity would suffice. This card fits in a pretty niche market IMO.
Pros: Fairly quiet, Runs cool, No PCI-E power connector required, Uses little power
Cons: 7770 is only a bit more and performs quite a bit better
Summary: My son purchased this to replace the integrated graphics in a Dell Inspirion 660S (slim case). He seems very happy with it; his games have been playing much more smoothly than with the integrated. The box says a power supply of 400w is required, however it has worked with no problems using the Dell PSU of 230w. It really did fit into one slot. Of course, he would have liked a more powereful card, but with the limitation of the slim case (my bad for choosing this..
Summary: This card is a great improvement over my old GeForce gt210. I did have some issues installing the drivers. Problem solved by using driver sweep and removing all previous video drivers. Now I can actually play games that are less than 5 years old.
Summary: I've had it installed on my gaming rig for a few months now without any issues. I took off one star because the drivers crash sometimes, that is, more often than they should but not constantly. Of course there's better cards out there, but this one is a good deal.
Great card, fair price, true low profile / small form factor!
P. Sue, Amazon
18 December 2012
Summary: Needed to upgrade the graphics adapter for a Dell Studio 540 Slim. It's a nice computer but the integrated graphics card is minimal; certainly not powerful enough for 3D games of this time. There's plenty of horsepower there with it's Intel Core 2 Quad, 8 GB RAM, 64bit CPU, and 7200 RPM SATA drive... all bottle necked at the graphics adapter. Sadly the stock power supply unit (PSU) isn't adequate to power a modern graphics card either.