AMD Radeon HD 7750 1GB GDDR5 PCIe
Usable on almost any PC.
Efficient power usage.
Does not block a second expansion slot.
Does not require a separate power supply plug.
Not fast enough to play at full HD.
Performance rarely surpasses that of older cards that cost only slightly more.
By uk.hardware.info on February 04, 2013
Today Futuremark released a new version of its popular 3DMark benchmarking software, which has been part of the standard Hardware.Info tests since the first version appeared in 1999. Futuremark seems to be taking a cue from Apple with the name this...-
By uk.hardware.info on December 03, 2012
When we review a new graphics card on Hardware.Info and list the benchmark results, the charts also include other cards from the current and previous generation to put things in perspective. We typically don't go back further in time to avoid...-
By Expert Reviews on August 29, 2012
It may now be bigger and need external power, but AMD's tweaks to the HD 7750 make it a capable budget graphics...80
By PCWorld New Zealand on May 17, 2012
Following on from our look at AMD’s latest úber-powerful graphics cards from their HD 7900 series, we now cast a glance down towards the other end of the performance spectrum at the HD 7700 series.Aimed towards HTPC (Home Theatre PC) users...70
By goldfries.com on April 29, 2012
I thought I give the HD 7750 CFX setup a try, considering the card is quite cheap, has low power consumption and could possibly be a decent setup. This review was made possible by Asus Test Setup The computer setup used for this review. ...-
By X-bit Labs on April 24, 2012
The AMD Radeon HD 7770 GHz Edition and Radeon HD 7750 graphics cards have come to replace the Radeon HD 6770 and HD 6750 and are indeed faster, yet not fast enough to compete with Nvidia’s previous-generation solutions, particularly the GeForce...-
By pcworld.com_techhive.com on April 23, 2012
If you need a bottom-dollar graphics upgrade that will work in almost any modern PC, this is a good choice. You can get a lot more performance elsewhere for not much more money,...70
By MadShrimps on March 23, 2012
The new Radeon HD 7750 card from AMD comes with the 28nm GCN architecture, lower power consumption and interesting features found on the high end 7970 like ZeroCore Power, PCI-Express 3.0, Eyefinity or full support of the HDMI (for 4K resolutions)...-
By Expreview on March 09, 2012
As the successor of Radeon HD 6750, Radeon HD 7750 outperforms the former by 15%, so the card is quite competent. In consideration of 30% price difference between Radeon HD 7770 and Radeon HD 7750, performance gap of 20% is acceptable.Currently Radeon...-
By DigitalVersus on March 01, 2012
Power consumption is well controlled on this card and is lower than the old generation. Nevertheless performance in gaming isn’t as good as expected and it only just merits a three-star rating....60