Sapphire Radeon HD 5750 1GB GDDR5 PCIe

  • Sapphire Radeon HD 5750 1GB GDDR5 PCIe
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Based on 15 scores, 31 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    7
  • Good:
    4
  • Average:
    1
  • Bad:
    3

Pros:

  • Very quiet, Very low power consumption, Massive overclocking potential, Reasonably priced, Support for DirectX 11, DirectX 10.1, Low temperatures, GDDR5 memory, Dirt 2 voucher included, Support for AMD EyeFinity Technology, Native HDMI & DisplayPort, Impr
  • Decent mid-level gaming performance, Energy efficient, Runs cool and quiet, Compact card will fit in smaller cases, Nice combination of connections out back: 2x DVI, 1x HDMI, 1x DisplayPort, Priced at about $135 (US), ATI Eyefinity Technology - cool if yo

Cons:

  • Not the best price/performance ratio, DirectX 11 won't be relevant for quite a while, Not as visually appealing as HD 5770 reference design, No support for CUDA / PhysX
  • 'Included' game isn't out yet, and you have to have a Steam account to get it, Hopefully DirectX 11 gets moving quicker than DirectX 10 did

Expert reviews and ratings

By TechRadar on 60

The HD 5750 is not a rampaging powerhouse. It can run games at 1,680 x1,050, but don't expect searing frame rates, especially when anti-aliasing and anisotropic filtering are on the cards.Moreover, DX11 effects, such as Tessellation and Multi-thread...

By Good Gear Guide on 80

For gamers on a budget, the Sapphire HD5750 1G GDDR5 is a pretty enticing offer. It comes with all the same gaming features as its bigger brothers (such as DX11 and Eyefinity support), but costs half the price. Highly recommended....

By XSReviews on 100

The 5750, as a budget gaming graphics card, is truly impressive. With all the new technologies invested in the Cypress cards (5850 & 5870) such as Eyefinity and Steam technology, and of course the ability to game under DirectX 11, the Juniper core makes...

By Techgage on

At this point in most of our graphics card reviews, I post information pertaining to overclocking, power consumption, and temperatures. Unfortunately, before we could wrap up our testing, the card died for some reason, so I was unable to complete...

By Bit-tech.net on 60

We’re at the crossover stage of DirectX 10 to DirectX 11 graphics cards, so the price of the older-generation GPUs like the GTX 260-216 is being driven down by the newcomers like the ATI HD 5770 and HD 5750. For this reason, new budget graphics...

By techPowerUp! on 94

Sapphire's Radeon HD 5750 is a worthy addition to the new HD 5000 Series lineup. Even though it might not win any beauty contest against AMD's reference design HD 5770, which comes with a very stylish modern looking cooler, it can score high on...

By Pureoverclock on 90

AMD's push to bring a 40nm GPU to the market was a smart move, and beating Nvidia to the punch was icing on the cake for the embattled company. Following their highly successful 4800 series cards, the 5700 series cards should help them continue the...

By RegHardware on 60

Cheap, but not cheap enough to justify the performance dip from the...

By Bigbruin on

Where to begin? The Sapphire Radeon HD5750 1GB graphics card does a lot of things better than you might expect from a 'mid-level' card. This isn't a top of the line gaming card, but it is does offer enough muscle to make games enjoyable even...

By Legit Reviews on

AMD now owns the DirectX 11 market and offers four cards, ranging in price from $109 to $379! ...

By Elite Bastards on

For so many years now, we've becoming used to seeing the launch of brand new architectures at the high-end for enthusiasts, and then having to endure a seemingly eternal (or almost literally eternal, if you're thinking about NVIDIA's current...

By Pro-Clockers on

To many the Sapphire HD 5750 is not the ultimate gaming card. And it is not. But for someone on a modest budget and refuse to put there last dollar a high cost GPU the HD 5750 really should be something to consider. We our testing the HD 5750...

By HEXUS.net on 71

18 AMD's cleaverIn an inevitable move of saturating the discrete graphics-card market with 5-series GPUs, AMD has launched the Radeon HD 5770 and HD 5750 cards, to be etailed, at launch, by a range of partners at £125 and £109,...

By Overclockers Club on

Sapphire and ATI have brought out a series of video cards that offer great performance for the right price point. Coming in at $159 for the HD 5770 and $129 for the HD 5750, you have a set of cards that compare well performance wise to the GTX 260 and...

By HardwareHeaven on 90

There are many positive aspects when looking at the 5750 and 5770. First of all they feature full DirectX 11 and DirectCompute 11 support. Next we have some great power consumption figures which drop as low as 16w when idle and then we have the great...

By Modders-Inc on 90

I will have to say that I was a bit taken when I got the email that the 5700 series cards would be coming out in a few days. I mean the 5800 cards have just barley gotten their feet wet and now the mid range cards are here. I am wondering if they are...

By Motherboards.org on

Each of the cards in the lineup has its own strengths and weaknesses. In terms of card design the five cards are all reference cards with none of them having higher core or memory clocks than the other similar cards in the lineup. XFX offers 5-Star...

By Expert Reviews on 80

Verdict: There's little to choose between the HD 5750 and HD 5770 at current prices, but we marginally prefer the faster card. The HD 5750 is the least expensive of the three new ATI cards we review this month, and currently the cheapest DirectX...

International Review By MadBoxpc on

La Sapphire Radeon HD 5750 no decepciona, pero hoy en día su precio de aproximadamente USD 135 la deja en una posición difícil (ya que rinde virtualmente igual) frente a la GTS 250, que ha sido parte de una serie de agresivas bajas de...

International Review By Tom's Hardware on

Wenn Sie alle Bilder sehen wollen, klicken Sie auf das Bild der Testkarte, dadurch kommen Sie in die Galerie.Die neue Radeon HD 5750 liegt hinsichtlich der Leistung zwischen der Radeon HD 4770 und HD 4850. Im Vergleich zur Radeon HD 5770 ist sie gut...