Which ATI HD 7750 should I get?

Hello,
I´d like to buy a new ATI HD 7750 but I don´t know which version I should get.
It´s important that it doesn´t need a extra Power supply.
It should have a VGA port but if it doesn´t got a VGA port then I could use a DVI to VGA adapter too.
I can´t decide between the MSI R7750 OC version and the Gigabyte 7750 OC .
Or should I get another version of HD 7750 or is there a better Graphic card without any extra power supply??
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  1. The 7750 is the most powerful video card that doesn't require any extra power connections. If it's these two you're talking about, I'd say get the Gigabyte - theirs is clocked higher than the MSI.
  2. what about the difference between opengl 4.1 and 4.2? the lack of eyefinity doesn´t disturb me because I only have 2 monitors xD
  3. Honestly couldn't tell you, apart from 4.2 being about a year newer - I doubt it'll make a huge impact, though. Many people are still running video cards that are older than OpenGL 4.1, and I've never heard of any issues arising out of that.
  4. go for sapphire radeon HD 7750 OC.this is so far best.this card has exact same specs what AMD has in their website.it comes with 850 MHz core speed,50 MHz higher than the original,u can add upto 900MHz with latest catalyst center.gigabyte comes with older open GL 4.1 instead o3 4.2
  5. I never tought about the Sapphire version. Does it include a VGA (D Sub) adapter?
  6. A quick run-down:

    Sapphire OC has DVI, HDMI, and DisplayPort. Clocked at 850MHz, $115.
    Gigabyte has DVI, D-Sub, and HDMI. Clocked at 880MHz, $110.
    MSI has DVI, HDMI, and DisplayPort. Clocked at 830MHz, $120.
    XFX Double D has 2x DVI, HDMI, and DisplayPort. Clocked at 900MHz, $115.
  7. XFX Double D needs a extra power supply which I don´t have.
    I think I will get the Sapphire version because on their homepage they say that there is an D Sub adapter included + they even OCed the GDDRM5
  8. I ordered the Sapphire 7750 OC 100 for € with Dirt Showdown included I hope it will do its job and work correctly in my system ^^

    Thank you both that you helped me a little ^^
  9. Yes,sapphire version comes with DVI to VGA adapter
  10. hope i helped
  11. Trespator said:
    I ordered the Sapphire 7750 OC 100 for € with Dirt Showdown included I hope it will do its job and work correctly in my system ^^

    Thank you both that you helped me a little ^^

    i bought sapphire radeon hd 7750 1gb ddr5 a few days ago. it contains a vgi, 1 hdmi and 1 display port. if you have a vga port then i would recommend you to buy 7750. and also no extra pins required.it would be better if you tell your specs.
  12. It arrived yesterday and it´s pretty good, too good for my system .
    I have a
    AMD Athlon X2 7750 OC 3,1ghz
    2 x 2 gb Corsair 800mhz DDR2 RAM
    ECS GF8100VM-M5 (V1.0) (I know , it´s a pretty bad MB, used its Onbaord GPU Nvidia GT8100 until yesterday xD)

    my only problem now is, that my CPU is sometimes too slow for some games
  13. Trespator said:
    It arrived yesterday and it´s pretty good, too good for my system .
    I have a
    AMD Athlon X2 7750 OC 3,1ghz
    2 x 2 gb Corsair 800mhz DDR2 RAM
    ECS GF8100VM-M5 (V1.0) (I know , it´s a pretty bad MB, used its Onbaord GPU Nvidia GT8100 until yesterday xD)

    my only problem now is, that my CPU is sometimes too slow for some games

    yes, you might get trouble with gta4
  14. BSNL said:
    i bought sapphire radeon hd 7750 1gb ddr5 a few days ago. it contains a vgi, 1 hdmi and 1 display port. if you have a vga port then i would recommend you to buy 7750. and also no extra pins required.it would be better if you tell your specs.


    You mean DVI, not VGI. Sapphire does not make them in VGI (VGA?).
  15. Take the one with gddr5 doesnt matter what manufacturer .
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