Reviews and Problems with Sapphire Radeon HD 7750 Ultimate
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This card really performs!
Edward Chun, Amazon
4 May 2014
Summary: I have a pc psu without the 6pin power for graphix card, so couldn't buy a better card and this card was recommended as the best without additional power cable, so my expectations on performance were quite low, but gathered it would still be better than the stock card installed. So far, the card has exceeded my expectations in performance and value. Haven't had any problem with lag or jitters while playing games, even in the highest quality settings.
Summary: My youngest got into Minecraft big time and although the graphics are crude, our vintage Nividia Geforce could only handle the game action with a reduced frame rate etc. This card appealed because I am on a mission to silence our family server. I had some doubts about its G3D benchmark when compared to the fan-cooled R9, say. I did not really know how much power Minecraft required.
Summary: Good low price GPU, super fast delivery. would definitely recommend it to anyone. great buy, obviously this graphics card will not out run something like a GTX780 but its good for a cheap build
Summary: Provided you're not planning on playing the latest games with all the bells and whistles then this is a decent solution, and not a bad choice for a HTPC that will be doing light gaming. Now the actual pros and cons of using for an HTPC build are that it's a very low power GPU, being one of the few that can be powered entirely by the PCIe bus, requiring no additional power cable.
Summary: It has provided seamless performance in all games and applications that I have run using it. I would definitely recommend this card to anybody who doesn't want to/doesn't have the capability in their system to use the HD 7770 card.
Summary: Bought this to replace the GeForce GTS 240 in my Dell Studio XPS 8000. Very pleased indeed. Fits perfectly. No problem that it occupies the height of two bays. Unlike my old card, it requires no internal wiring, as it draws all its power through the PCI-E slot. The recommended PSU wattage is 400+, but it seems generally agreed by the technical community on the Internet that 300W is sufficient (although not less), so I'm not anticipating problems with my 350W PSU.