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i was wondering if the sapphire or asus radeon hd 7750 is worth the money over the sapphire radeon hd 6670 ddr5 it like a 20 dollar difference
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  1. so do you think it worth the 20 dollars
  2. If you're a gamer, yes. Well worth it. What resolution is your monitor?
  3. it a crap monitor but if worth it. does it have crossfirex support. also will a athlon ii x3 450 drag it down or is fine. i not look for a great rig but one to play battlefield good
  4. unless its a power supply issue you can get a HD 7770 for 110$ FS right now assuming you live in the US


    and that should be a decent bump from teh 6670 ddr5 and the 7750
  5. but if it worth it i will get it
  6. what fs is that crossfirex
  7. i dont get why it so mch cheaper than the other ones the hd 7770 fs 110 dolllars
  8. mrhenry_01 said:
    i dont get why it so mch cheaper than the other ones the hd 7770 fs 110 dolllars



    FS is free shipping when talking about online sales. the hd 7770 is on sale at the moment hence the price. Its a factory overclocked gigabyte model.
  9. mrhenry_01 said:
    it a crap monitor but if worth it. does it have crossfirex support. also will a athlon ii x3 450 drag it down or is fine. i not look for a great rig but one to play battlefield good

    The card will be fine with the Athlon processor. But BF3 is a graphically demanding game at higher resolutions. That is why I asked what yours was. That card will be OK with medium settings at 1680x1050. Below that you can turn on more of the eye candy.
  10. the reviews of the hd 7770 say it bad because of black screens
  11. mrhenry_01 said:
    the reviews of the hd 7770 say it bad because of black screens

    What reviews?
  12. clutchc said:
    What reviews?



    the limited # of reviews on the 7770 i posted on newegg, most of which are firmware update related
  13. so is worth it to get it and is the firmware fixed
  14. will a 450 watt work
  15. yeah
  16. i tink i will go with the more reliable radeon hd 7750 from asus thanks
  17. Yes, the 7750 is worth it. It will work with your 450W PSU, and doesn't need the power supply to be connected to it. All you have to do is plug it into the motherboard, plug in the display port and turn on your computer and your ready to play.
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