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XFX HD 7750

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July 9, 2012 6:42:11 PM

Well I want to know your opinion about this videocard because I'll buy this card.
Sistem Specs:
Phenom II X4 3.2 Ghz
CM Hyper 212+
ASUS M4A75T-M
4 Gb Kingston HyperX 1333 Mhz
600 Watt PSU (Need upgrade)

Currently running onboard graphics, but I want to buy this card: http://xfxforce.com/en-us/Products/Graphics-Cards/AMD/A...

I'm not a huge gamer, i like to play games in good resolutions (If it's possible in 1080p) and good quality but not ultra or something like that.

What do you think about the XFX HD 7750?

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July 9, 2012 6:57:49 PM

If you need more information to give your opinion just ask. I'm running low on budget, so this is the only option.
July 9, 2012 7:11:26 PM

I would suggest the HD 7770, but if you're low on budget this 7750 model is still a major upgrade over integrated graphics. Just don't expect everything to run on ultra settings at 1080p.
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July 9, 2012 7:20:52 PM

My 6850 performs admirably at 1080p. The 7750 should offer upgraded performance.
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July 9, 2012 7:29:52 PM

The 7750 will definitely be an upgrade over integrated graphics, however I'd really recommend you try to stretch your budget (assuming you're close to your max already) to get something like this Sapphire 7770 or this Gigabyte 6850. The 7770 and 6850 are roughly on par in terms of performance, with the 7770 a little less powerful, but drawing significantly less power (and running cooler).
July 9, 2012 7:37:05 PM

mousseng said:
The 7750 will definitely be an upgrade over integrated graphics, however I'd really recommend you try to stretch your budget (assuming you're close to your max already) to get something like this Sapphire 7770 or this Gigabyte 6850. The 7770 and 6850 are roughly on par in terms of performance, with the 7770 a little less powerful, but drawing significantly less power (and running cooler).


The 6850 looks great too, but i live in mexico so it's almost imposible to get nice videocards. So that's why the XFX HD 7750 is my only option.
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July 9, 2012 7:52:58 PM

jrayx said:
The 6850 looks great too, but i live in mexico so it's almost imposible to get nice videocards. So that's why the XFX HD 7750 is my only option.

See, that makes things much more sensible now. The 7750 is a good card, and if it's the best option you've got available, go for it - XFX is a great brand. The 7750 should be capable enough of getting playable framerates (30+, most likely 45+) at 1080p as long as you keep the anti-aliasing off and possibly some other settings (depends on the game, really).

It is also possible to Crossfire 7750s, however I don't know how much the drivers have improved for that. At that point though, there'll likely be something better in stock anyway. So, to answer your original question: I think XFX's 7750 will be a good card for you.
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