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    HIS HD 7750 GPU Review

    AMD recently came out with its Tahiti and Graphics Core Nextarchitecturewith a bang in the HD 7970 and HD 7950. Today, HIS released the first of at least two mainstream cards, the HIS HD 7750. We are going to put the card through its paces and see how it fares in our testing.

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    Same issue here. Lol. o.O
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    same here just tried in firefox and ie it just cuts off mid sentence.

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    Looks like half of the article got lost between the final revision and publication. I've dug up the most recent complete revision and updated the article.

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    Nice review, Joe.

    While reading the Anandtech review of the hardware, it looks to be decent as long as you aren't pushing it at high res or high settings. Then again it looks to be more of an HTPC card as well and not really made for high-end gaming.

    At least price/performance wise at around $100 it may fit in a bit better than the 7770 that can't beat a 6850 for the same (or cheaper) price. Although for about the same price the 550ti beats the 7750 in pretty much every benchmark.


    Also, it looks like (due to the publishing issue) that the BF3 results weren't included. Also the signature line at the very end is messed up.
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    ^To be fair though; the GTX 550 Ti requires a 6-pin connector. This card requires none. So performance/watt ratio is solid.
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    I wonder if the card will overclock well or if it may be constrained by the supply from the pci bus instead of having a 6 or 8 pin power connector also.
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    Well the OC seemed to be constrained by the limits of CCC. So perhaps with a tiny voltage boost you could hit 1ghz? And allow it to perform a lot better?
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    The card is limited by the power it recieves from the pcie power connector. I found that out through testing mine. If you slap something like an untouchables onto it, I'm sure it could clock to the moon much like the 7970.

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    I ordered this card this morning to drop into my old Gateway HTPC system. It's running an old Phenom 9650 with 3 gigs of ram and a 2400 pro (ugh) and I'm hoping for it to allow my girl to be able to play Skyrim. Great review, now I have a better idea of what to expect from it.
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    Looks like you were right about the price being close to $100 - 3 are on newegg, the HIS one you reviewed and an Asus card for $110, and an MSI card with a dual slot cooler for $120. Good price for the numbers it's putting up.
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    I was curious about performance per dollar, so I'll just leave this here...

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    110? That'd be worth it.. Over here the 7770 costs 180.. Which is 10 more than a better performing HD 6870. I can only estimate the HD 7750 to be around 150-160. Ish. Sigh. Our HD7970 Asus Direct Cu II model just came in too.. At 770 dollars. lolwut. ><
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    Quote Originally Posted by MattNo5ss View Post
    I was curious about performance per dollar, so I'll just leave this here...

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    While those numbers are almost always true (low to midrange cards are better performance pier dollar) I'd love to see a graph of cards that are comparable to the 7750 including yesteryear cards like the 6850, etc.

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