Reviews and Problems with Sapphire Radeon HD 7750 1GB
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Good performance and easy installation
5 days ago
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.
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.
Summary: First let me start off with my current PC: Dell Optiplex 760 Small Form Factor (SFF), Windows 7 32 Bit OS, 4GB RAM, Intel Pentium E6500 (Pentium Dual Core Wolfdale), WD Green HDD, stock Dell PSU (235W) and a Asus 24" LCD running at 1920 X 1080 (native resolution). Originally I was using a Sapphire HD 4550 512GB GPU, would barely handle a lot of games and if I could run them it was at low resolution and lower settings.
Summary: Very nice and quite - since it has no fan - was my main requirement. I can play 3D games in 1900 x1080 - automatically selected not messing around.GTA iV and Call of duty MW3. This games ram in much lower resolution wit the stock Dell Radion card. Easy to find into my Dell SPS8300 (i7, 12GB Ram) Recommend not use the driver provided - Go to directly to AMD.com and down load the latest driver and install it from the start. It will save you doing the install twice.
Summary: Very nice upgrade for my old Inspiron 530. Had a noticeable effect on framerate (I'm getting about 120fps in Team Fortress 2) and overall visual quality. I.E: Skyrim. To top it off, it's pretty quiet, I very rarely notice any noise.
Summary: Just installed this today on my HP Envy. I have never installed a graphics card before but it was very simple after watching a youtube video. I purchased this to improve my framerate in FFXIV and it definitely did the trick. I was running 15fps on the lowest settings before installaion. Now with standard settings I am 60fps. This is a great card for a casual gamer that is tight on funds.
Summary: Beats the daylights out of my nVidia card of similar stats. I think I'm going to get another one of these at regular profile height for my main rig. This vid card is LOW PROFILE!!! Don't forget that! It is, however, only one slot, which is nice in a tight spot. You also need to make sure you have a beefy power supply for this. I think it needs 350+ watts. I got a 400+ and it runs great in my low profile dell. I play Guild Wars 2 on almost max settings with no lag.