Radeon HD 7750 1GB DDR5 Work With my Pc?

Hello I have a,

Windows 7 Home Premium
Pentium Dual Core E5800 3.2 Ghz,
With 4.00GB Ram
64 bit OP System

I have a very weak graphic card at the moment and I'm looking for a good graphics card at low budget.

Im wondering if the Sapphire Radeon HD 7750 1GB DDR5 Will work with my computer specs listed above.

Here is the link the the Graphics Card:

Thank you,
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  1. Best answer
    Technically, it should. The Radeon HD 7750 is a PCI-e 3.0 card and is supposed to be compatible with a motherboard that has a PCI-e 1.0/1.1 slot.

    The reason I state technically, is because most people who are upgrading to a PCI-e 3.0 card typically has a motherboard with a PCI-e 2.0 slot. Before the PCI-e 3.0 standard there was the PCI-e 2.1 standard and there were a few complaints about a PCI-e 2.1 card not working in a motherboard with only a PCI-e 1.0/1.1 slot. It was very rare, but that problem did exist. Some of the problems were fixed when the motherboard manufacture release an update BIOS. If they released one at all...
  2. I researched other questions on the same topic about this graphic card and the same PC and it worked fine and fit fine is what I read, it's just that I want to double check with the "masters" at technlogoy before I buy it.
  3. I pretty confident that it will work.

    Like I said, the issue with PCI-e 2.1 cards was very rare.
  4. Sorry one more question,

    There is the same graphic card but it is a low profile version. It's just smaller in its height thats all, what do you think will work better? The Original or The Small Profile for my computer.
  5. yes it will work i have the asus version with E7500 Cpu and intel G41 Motherboard
    and it works great

    i have a 19 inches screen and i am able to play heavy games like BF3 on semi ultra setting and got 40-70 frames
  6. So the The Sapphire HD 7750 or the Sapphire Hd 7750 Small Profile ? I dont think there is a difference...
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