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Supports up to three displays.
Looks and finish.
VaporX cooling system.
Direct X 11 Compatible.
Eyefinity Multi Display Capable.
VaporX Heatsink Technology.
Price compared to HD5770.
Cooler does not blow warm air out from the case.
By PC Advisor on June 29, 2010
The Sapphire ATI Radeon HD 5750 Vapor-X isn’t an expensive graphics card, but it does suffer from being rather too close in pricing to the already very solid 5770. The differences aren’t great, but when you aren’t really getting quite...
By XSReviews on April 13, 2010
The Vapor-X model, designed by Sapphire, offers a few added extras: the Vapor-X cooler is the largest giving cooler temperatures and quieter...
By Metku.net on February 08, 2010
ATI's whole 5-range of graphic cards seems to be performing great, and while doing that the new series also seems to draw less power than the old ones. Good job all round! The higher end models have had serious availability issues, but these lower...
By TestSeek Labs on December 15, 2009
The Radeon 5000 series of graphics cards were rather recently released by AMD/ATI and for the very first time in a couple of years, AMD/ATI (hereafter referred to as only AMD) is back in the performance lead. NVIDEA will release their next generation...
By InsideHW on December 07, 2009
DirectX 11: Windows Vista vs. Windows 7Right after launch of Windows 7, Microsoft released update for Windows Vista that contains DirectX 11: Windows Vista Platform Update. Thanks to this new Vista update, DirectX 11 is not exclusive to Windows...
By Legit Reviews on December 02, 2009
If you're not looking to spend a small fortune on the fastest card available, this card should be on your Short list. It performs great on the latest games and has DirectX 11 support for future games all for the low price of $149.99. ...
By HardwareHeaven on November 29, 2009
In its standard form the Radeon 5750 is a card which provides a great balance of value and performance. It regularly provides playable framerates at resolutions up to 1920x1200 and in games such as Left 4 Dead 2 it is even possible to play at...
By Hardware Canucks on November 24, 2009
I’ll admit to being quite unimpressed with the HD 5750 when it was first released due to its close proximity to the HD 5770’s price versus the massive performance gap between the two cards. After using it and its bigger brother extensively...
By Rage3D on November 18, 2009
SapphireThe Sapphire HD5750 VaporX is a very capable card. It has much to offer the multi-purpose PC consumer, who isn't only an enthusiast gamer but a media aficionado and environmentally conscious person also. The broad range of talents from this...
By Motherboards.org on November 03, 2009
The Sapphire Radeon HD 5750 Vapor-X video card is a slightly faster overclocked version of their regular HD 5750 card. While a 10MHz overclock on both the core and memory clock speeds is not much, that is not the point of this card. The Vapor-X video...
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