AMD ATI Radeon HD 5750 1GB PCIe

  • AMD ATI Radeon HD 5750 1GB PCIe
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Based on 9 scores, 32 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    4
  • Good:
    3
  • Average:
    0
  • Bad:
    2

Pros:

  • Excellent Performance, Reasonably Priced, Supports DirectX 11, Supports Multiple Displays
  • DirectX 11 support for less than $130; small form factor, low power draw make for a viable upgrade for compact entertainment PCs; same triple-LCD support as much pricier ATI cards

Cons:

  • Gets A Little Hot Under Stress
  • Still needs six-pin power connector; blocks adjacent expansion slot

Expert reviews and ratings

By BeHardware on -

Both the Radeon HD 5770 and the Radeon HD 5750 are excellent products. As well as being ready for Microsoft’s new API, they give good performance, are relatively undemanding in terms of energy and aren’t too noisy. They offer full connectivity,...

By DigitalVersus on 60

The card at a glance For our tests, we use the HIS Radeon HD 5750. It's based on ATI’s stock design with identical clocks and cooler. Connectivity is also standard with two DVI outs, an HDMI and a mini DisplayPort The bundle is limited with...

By TechTree on -

I know we got a little sidetracked after ATI dropped the HD5970 in our office, as I had promised the review of the mid-range cards next. But now, having covered all the price segments, we finally come to a very important one - the mid-range gaming...

By ComputerPowerUser on 80

Because it’s based on the same GPU as the 5770, the specs on the Radeon HD 5750 vary only slightly. This GPU has nine of the 5770’s 10 SIMD engines enabled, which gives it 720 stream processors and 36 texture units, but because the ROPs aren’t...

By PCWorld India on 86

The ATI Radeon HD 5750 continues ATI's dominance of graphics cards and rises to the Top...

By X-bit Labs on -

AMD’s mainstream products have taken up the DirectX 11 banner now. We guess the new Radeon HD 5700 series is a success and virtually free from noticeable drawbacks. There is currently a hiatus in the Radeon HD 5x00 line-up at $160-199. What card is...

By Legion Hardware on -

Manufacturer: AMDPrice: $145 USAuthor: Steven WaltonEditor: Kylie PerrinDate: 2/11/2009DISCUSS REVIEW [ Conclusion ]Overclocking your graphics card is a very quick and easy way to get a little extra performance out of your system. The overclock that...

By Guru of 3D on -

Guess what, I think I like the 5750 over the 5770 even better. The 5770 is a really nice little card! However the 5750 is merely 10~15% slower yet far more attractive in price (nearly a quarter to a third cheaper). The Radeon HD 5750 is available in...

By The Tech Report on -

The performance comparisons we made in this review aren't entirely fair, in the sense that we've pitted older, larger chips with wider paths to memory against the 5700-series cards. The GT200b GPU in the GeForce GTX 260 has nearly three times...

By AnandTech on -

4 chips in 6 months.This is the schedule AMD’s GPU engineering teams committed themselves to for the launch of the Evergreen family. The entire family from top to bottom would be launched in a 6 month period.Last month AMD took the first step of...

By Tom's Hardware on -

They don’t have a good point of reference, so they’re seeing Radeon HD 5770/5750, Radeon HD 4870, and GeForce GTX 260 on the shelf next to each other for the first time. Available for $145 online, and with consistently better performance than the...

By PCPer on -

The Radeon HD 5770 and HD 5750 impress but don't really dominate over NVIDIA's options as I'd hoped they would. AMD continues to avoid the death blow to NVIDIA by not upping performance or cutting prices to that next degree, but it is hard...

By HotHardware on -

If you're in the market for a new, affordable graphics card to go with that Windows 7 rig you've got planned, we'd say do yourself a favor and look into the Radeon HD 5700...

By HardOCP on -

If you are on a budget and want a new video card, and require the latest features and technology support with a very enjoyable gameplay experience, the Radeon HD 5700 series should be on your short...

By Phoronix on 90

We have only had our hands on these new ATI Radeon HD 5700...

By Neoseeker on -

The HD 5700 series offers a formidable feature set for the relatively low introductory price they are targeted to sell for (about $160 and $130 USD). While on a strict price-per-performance metric, the 5700 series will not destroy the competition, when...

By Computer Shopper on 88

The low-cost Radeon HD 5750 is a good choice for those on a budget who game on smaller monitors, but who still want DirectX 11 support for future games....

International Review By Technic3D on 84

AMD brachte mit der HD5750 eine DirectX 11 fähige Grafikkarte mit einer für den Preis angemessenen Leistung, wenn man denn DirectX 11 nutzen möchte bzw. kann. Sie ist für ca. 120,- Euro bei edel-grafikkarten.de erhältlich, wobei...

International Review By Les Numériques on 60

Une petite carte que l'on aurait aimé plus silencieuse. Sinon, pour un joueur occasionnel et équipé d'un écran de petite résolution, elle peut faire...

International Review By ComputerBase on -

Radeon HD 5970, Radeon HD 5870, Radeon HD 5850, Radeon HD 5770 und Radeon HD 5750 lautet das derzeitige DirectX-11-Aufgebot von ATi, das in Zukunft noch erweitert wird, um weitere Preissegmente ansprechen zu können. Zu allen bis jetzt erschienenen...