Sapphire 11202-00-20G Radeon HD 7750 1GB DDR5 HDMI / DVI-I / DP PCI-Express Graphics Card

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Sapphire 11202-00-20G Radeon HD 7750 1GB DDR5 HDMI / DVI-I / DP PCI-Express Graphics Card

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  • 128-bit DDR5 Memory
  • dual slot vga card
  • pci express 3.0

Sapphire Radeon HD 7750 1GB DDR5 HDMI / DVI-I / DP PCI-Express Graphics Card
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Sapphire 11202-00-20G Radeon HD 7750 1GB DDR5 HDMI / DVI-I / DP PCI-Express Graphics Card

Sapphire 11202-00-20G Radeon HD 7750 1GB DDR5 HDMI / DVI-I / DP PCI-Express Graphics Card

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3 thoughts on “Sapphire 11202-00-20G Radeon HD 7750 1GB DDR5 HDMI / DVI-I / DP PCI-Express Graphics Card

  1. 4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Best graphics card you can get that doesn’t need PSU auxiliary input, April 20, 2012
    By 
    Helder

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    I’ve always been amazed at how AMD low-power graphics card performed against NVIDIA counterparts at the same price. Let’s say HD 4670 vs. 9600 GT, HD 5670 vs. 9800 GT and HD 6670 vs. GTS 250. Ok, all NVIDIA cards are (a bit) faster than those of AMD, but the great deal behind, is that AMD cards use half as much power. I bought this Sapphire HD 7750 for my second PC (Intel Pentium G620, ASRock H61 motherboard, 4 GB RAM) and I’m still able to play Mass Effect 3 at 1920×1080 with around 50fps. My system uses 225W average, so I wasn’t forced to buy a new PSU, with that generic 250W PSU was enough. When it comes down to low power consumption and high performance for the money, without doubt, the Radeon HD 7750 is the best graphics card you can get that doesn’t need PSU auxiliary input, and it can stand against AMD’s own HD 6770 and NVIDIA’s GTX 550 Ti, which use twice as much power.

    UPDATE: just bought two more for my little brothers, couldn’t be happier

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  2. 4.0 out of 5 stars
    One minor issue, otherwise a great card, May 31, 2012
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    J. Hercik “spicymonkey13” (Chicago, IL) –
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    I wanted to upgrade the performance of a slightly older (2008) PC and decided a new graphics card would be the best investment. After much research, I decided on the 7750 mainly due to its low power consumption. I also decided to go with the Sapphire brand thanks to a different Amazon review claiming it expelled heat better than most other cards.

    On my Vista 32-bit system, it bumped up the Windows Experience Index rating from 5.2 to 5.6 (with the gfx card coming in at a 5.9) and gaming performance definitely improved. The only issue I ran into with the installation was that this card completely knocked out my sound in the on-board speaker and both the front and back audio outlets. I think the PC expected all outgoing audio to feed through the HDMI port to a monitor/TV with built-in speakers which was not my set-up. I was initially upset at the thought that I’d need to buy a separate sound card when what I had was working just fine.

    Several hours, repeated driver reassignments, multiple update downloads and countless forum searches later, I stumbled onto a solution. Someone had posted a fix for a related issue in a different scenario and I decided to give it a try. It involved me going into the system BIOS at start-up and re-enabling the on-board audio. Sure enough, it was set to “disabled” and a few clicks later…I had sound!

    I don’t know if this issue was caused by the card itself or the driver CD that came with it, but it sure was frustrating. Hope this helps anyone else who may run into the same problem.

    TL;DR? – This card may disable your on-board system audio. It can be fixed through the BIOS menu.

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  3. 4.0 out of 5 stars
    Good value for the money, May 27, 2012
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    A. Cheriyan “Mathews” (San Diego) –
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    I’ve bought two Radeon cards before this one and they worked just fine (a long time ago). This one works as expected. Given the incredible efficiency (performance-power ratio) and price, I’d say this is a good deal for someone who likes to play games occasionally and need a decent enough GPU for other purposes. I’ve taken off one star because of a known driver issue where the display flickers on Windows 7 because of the aggressive underclocking of the core and memory. So every time you are active for a while, you won’t see a problem but when you idle and then become active (scroll down a webpage after idle for a couple of seconds), you will see this nagging flicker at the bottom of the screen. Apparently, this is no option in the ATI Catalyst Center to fix this. So I work around it by downloading Asus’ GPU Tweak utility. I had to bump up the 2D clocks to a default value of 400 Mhz(core) and 800 Mhz(memory). The defaults were 300 MHz and 600 MHz respectively. This is something that should be handled by the driver (they shouldn’t be lowering the clocks to break functionality). I hope they fix this in future versions of the driver. Installation of the card was a breeze and the driver included was the latest.

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