Diamond Announces Low-Profile HD 7750 With Eyefinity

Diamond has announced a low-profile HD 7750, the BizView BV750, aimed towards the business environment.

The card itself is an ordinary HD 7750 from AMD, with the differences being in the format and the display outputs. It ships with 1 GB of GDDR5 onboard. The HD 7750 GPU runs at 800 MHz, and the memory runs at 4.50 GHz. The BV750 is a low profile card that has only two display outputs, yet it still supports AMD's EyeFinity with up to three monitors. It has a splitter that ends on two Dual-link DVI ports, and it has a single mini-DisplayPort. As a result, it supports resolutions even above 5760 x 1080 pixels. The card appears to also ship with a low-profile adapter.

The card is already for sale through Diamond Multimedia's webshop and a number of online retailers with an MSRP of $119.99.

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  • slomo4sho
    Add another $30-100 for an active DP adapter if you don't have a monitor that supports DP input.

    It would be nice if eyefinity was actually useable out of the box for individuals without DP monitors. Also, the GTX 650 already supports 3 monitors out of the box so this is just a higher cost AMD alternative.

    ZOTAC ZT-61008-10M GeForce GTX 650
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  • Onus
    HIS, Sapphire and Powercolor have had LP versions of the HD7750 out for some time now, and they're cheaper. And, this one's a Diamond. Move along folks, you've all seen fail sauce before...
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  • bak0n
    slomo4shoAdd another $30-100 for an active DP adapter if you don't have a monitor that supports DP input. It would be nice if eyefinity was actually useable out of the box for individuals without DP monitors. Also, the GTX 650 already supports 3 monitors out of the box so this is just a higher cost AMD alternative. ZOTAC ZT-61008-10M GeForce GTX 650


    That is a 2 slot card. Look at the side angle and you'll see the fan way up. At that point you just get a true 2 slot card.
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