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The Radeon HD 7750 measures only 17cm (6.6in) long and operates at 800MHz. The HD 7750 reference card has a single slot cooler that uses a low-profile heatsink and fan measuring 3cm tall. The heatsink itself is 9.5cm long, 7.5cm wide and is cooled by a 65mm fan. The I/O panel has a dual DL-DVI connector, a single HDMI 1.4a port and a DisplayPort 1.2 socket.
No extra power connectors needed.
Runs cool and quiet.
Standard size HDMI and Display port Connections.
Great noise and temperature figures.
ICooler HSF assembly is excellent.
Fan at 100% is virtually silent.
Excellent build quality.
Fairly high price.
Canít exactly run games at full settings.
Single-slot cooler would make more sense.
No voltage control.
Lacks AMD CrossFire bridge.
Not overclocked out of the box.
CrossFire works only via PCIExpress.
No adapter included for dual DVI output.
By TechSpot on March 16, 2012
The Radeon HD 7700 series scaled well in Crossfire, achieving about 80% efficiency. The cards choked in King Arthur II, which was only released in late January and will presumably receive better driver support soon. If you exclude that title, the HD...
By 3dGameMan on December 10, 2012
Video Review: The HIS HD 7750 iCooler 1GB GDDR5 Video Card is a great option for a lower profile computer build. Like for example, a quiet Home Theater PC setup and while it's not a hardcore gamers card, gaming performance is acceptable. The core...
By Real World Labs on August 23, 2012
The HD 7750 is a good graphics card, more for its multimedia capabilities than all our gaming horsepower. This is due to both AMD and Nvidia not dramatically increasing the performance of their mainstream graphics card year over year. So, what we...
By Overclockers Online on April 09, 2012
The HIS 7750 iCooler 1GB is not your hardcore gaming GPU and it is not meant to be. What it is, is a silent and good performer for an entry level gamer. With no need for an extra power connection and its silent operation it is an ideal choice for a...
By Testfreaks on March 07, 2012
The HIS 7750 video card really surprised me in its performance, especially when compared to much larger, more power hungry video cards. For a card without any external power connections it does very well. This card can run many games at 1080p...
By 3dGameMan on February 16, 2012
Video Review: While the HIS HD 7750 iCooler 1GB GDDR5 Video Card isn't high-end it's packed full of features and technologies. This video card for someone who's on a budget, does some gaming, but heavy on multi-media....
By HEXUS.net on February 16, 2012
Yesterday saw the launch of two AMD GPUs destined for the mainstream graphics-card market. Known to you as the Radeon HD 7770 and 7750, we think that, while based on solid underlying technology, AMD's got its pricing wrong. Special edition cards...
By Guru of 3D on February 16, 2012
Final Words & Conclusion HIS outs a lovely card on the market in terms of power consumption, heat levels and the extremely low noise levels. But let's get one thing out of the way first, the R7750 is not a gaming card unless you are stuck at a...
By HardwareHeaven on February 15, 2012
Clearly the aim of the 7750 is to offer as much performance and as many features as possible at the £99/$109 price point so it comes as no surprise to see the reference model keep design and components used to a minimum. It is therefore nice to see...
By Pureoverclock on February 15, 2012
The Radeon 7750 is an intriguing graphics card. It costs a good $20 more than select HTPC cards which aren't good for gaming, but about almost $20 less than the nearest competition from Nvidia. Neither a powerhouse gaming card, nor a diminutive HTPC...
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