Reviews and Problems with VisionTek Radeon HD 7750
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Good card for a slimline pc no extra power adapter ...
cesar rocha, Amazon
2 weeks ago
Summary: Good card for a slimline pc no extra power adapter psu low as 220 watts! I bought this card for my dell 660s lots of people said it needed a bigger power supply it doesn't. Fit in the slimline dell 660s perfectly. But it's just that it's made for slimline use not for fully 1080p ultra gaming. U can play on 720p medium to high games.
Summary: Performance is reasonable when it is working. I get a blue screen at least once a day due to this video card. Some days it is more annoying than others. I will be replacing this video card sooner than later.
Summary: There are newer drivers available from AMD but I could not get them to install or run properly.so I'm using Ver. 13.125 that came with the card and it seem to work fine. I has a difficult time getting registered with VisionTek. Sent an email and they manually set up my account. I also sent an email to tech support asking fi the adapters that came with the card were ACTIVE or PASSIVE and never got a response, yet. I'm happy overall and the reason for 4 stars.
Pros: Good value for the $. Works as intended for my purposes. I'm a software developer and need a lot of real-estate. I also watch videos, webinars, etc. For these purposes the card works great. I do not play games so can't help with that. The monitors were much easier to configure and arrange using AMD's Catalyst then Windows Enterprise 8.1 PC Settings.
Cons: I needed to run 5-23" monitors and had previously been using 2 of a single card. To run more than 3 independent monitors at a time you will need monitors with Displayport connections or ACTIVE adapters to connect them. The card comes with several adapters but these are all PASSIVE and will not help get past 3 monitors. I picked up several ACTIVE adapters and now have 5 independent monitors running without using Eyefinity..
Summary: I needed to set up a trading desktop connected to multiple monitors with good response time (but not a high performance setup as in gaming), and this card does exactly that, and fits my budget too. I was still somewhat leery of buying it, because this card seems to be a recent addition without any product overview or customer review (now there is at least one). The answers by "Tim K" to the questions submitted here were helpful - thanks Tim!
Pros: As the caption of this review says, connecting 5 monitors (with extended display setting) - 3 x Acer 24", 1 x HP 23", 1 x Dell 19" - to my Dell Inspiron 660 machine with this card was easy, once I replaced the short bracket attached to the card with the full-sized bracket that came with the package (which was easy too). Delivery was fast as expected, and installing the drivers and accompanying software from the CD went smooth as well. I paid $179 for this card, which ...
Cons: One consistent problem, for which I do not have a solution yet, is that each time after the monitors wake up from sleep, the open application windows lose their previous positions and move randomly all over the screens. This can be annoying when you have to rearrange several such windows over 5 screens every time they wake up. One thing I noticed that may or may not have a bearing on this issue is that, the numbering of monitors in the native Windows 7 Display manager...
Summary: Card works great, but switching the standard ATX bracket to the tall bracket for the standard chassis can be a challenge. The bracket holes fits snug around the HMDI port sockets, but I experienced difficulty also securing the bracket hole around the Display Port socket.
Summary: Bought two on accident ended up installing both in my Dell Optiplex 790, plays most games ok but didn't buy it for the gaming aspect really just wanted to have three monitors. You can Crosfire these particular cards with out a bridge When installed in my rig they push against each other pretty bad i was kinda afraid they could damage each other but haven't had any problems yet.
Pros: 3 monitor support on a low profile card Crossfire-able No extra power needed Full size HDMI 1 Display Port
Cons: No crossfire bridge, not a big deal I guess but i doesn't use a bridge. (I thought this would be bad for performance)
Summary: All the modern monitors I've connected to the card have worked fine with every display port adapter I tried. But, I have two older NEC monitors that would not work at all with the card with 4 different brands of displayport to dvi or vga adapters. They work with some no-brand Chinese displayport to vga adapter though. So, if issues, try swapping your adapters (a bunch of times), you might find one that works.
Pros: 6 monitors on one card! Working great with Debian "Jessie" linux + e17 but... see cons. Currently running 3 monitors at my sit station and 3 mirrors of those monitors at my standing station for 6 total. Two monitors at each station are rotated to provide more vertical space. Also ran 5 in a long row with three rotated. And, tried a layout with some horizontally oriented monitors above other horizontally oriented monitors. All layouts worked fine with the card. I menti...
Cons: Had to run the binary blob fglx driver to get this card to work properly. Hopefully the free radeon driver will work in the future. With the free driver, rotation did not work properly among other issues.