HIS HD 5750 iCooler IV 1GB (128bit) GDDR5 PCIe (DirectX11) graphics card £65.11 delivered @ saverstore.com - HotUKDeals
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Fantastic value mid-range graphics card. £59.12 + postage

pci express card with hdmi, display port and DVI connections

Behold, Hightech's technologically advanced, feature-rich graphics processors. Plug in for a ridiculously immersive HD gaming experience unlike anything you've ever seen. Or heard, or felt in the pit of your stomach. Suddenly, you're not just playing Colin McRae - DiRT 2. You're getting dragged through the gravel by it.
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#1
xfx one at awd-it for same price, also same price at we are elecs. So pretty standard
#2
anyone know how much better this is to a 4670 1GB?
#3
Max-Power
anyone know how much better this is to a 4670 1GB?


In the region of 50% faster. very good deal at this price.

Review of this card here: http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/HIS/Radeon_HD_5750_iCooler_IV/

Hard to find a direct comparison between the 5750 and the 4670, as they are not really in the same class. 5750 really sits between the 4850 and 4870.

Edited By: andyken on May 19, 2011 14:10: .
#4
Currently have a 5450 1gb card in my PC, dont do any games, only use it for phot editing, so not sure if I would see any benefit from the upgrade?

Any advice, would it be worth the upgrade for non games stuff.?

Edited By: flashyphotos on Jun 10, 2011 17:58
#5
flashyphotos
Currently have a 5450 1gb card in my PC, dont do any games, only use it for phot editing, so not sure if I would see any benefit from the upgrade?

Any advice, would it be worth the upgrade for non games stuff.?

No. Nvidia cards, with CUDA may help with Photo-Editing, but not by much. Unless you are doing lots of manipulation of ~5-10MB images, I wouldn't bother.
#6
Bad price, can get 5770s from various websites at £70 including delivery even a 5850 at £100 just a shame. Hot deals deciede to ban certain companies from having posts on here.
#7
I'm after a graphics card that supports CUDA (for video editing) in this kinda price bracket can anyone recommend anything?
#8
betabeta
Bad price, can get 5770s from various websites at £70 including delivery even a 5850 at £100 just a shame. Hot deals deciede to ban certain companies from having posts on here.


You cant get a 5850 for £100 ive been looking for a decent card now for a week on all the sites and 5850's are £125+
#9
betabeta
Bad price, can get 5770s from various websites at £70 including delivery even a 5850 at £100 just a shame. Hot deals deciede to ban certain companies from having posts on here.

mind telling where that might be / what companies were talking about? :P
1 Like #10
booper
I'm after a graphics card that supports CUDA (for video editing) in this kinda price bracket can anyone recommend anything?

A GTS 450 will give you 192 Cuda cores for £82.40 @ Amazon, £17 more than this deal, but really does speed up video encoding of H.264 footage in apps that use it well, like Cyberlink Power Director 9 64Bit Edition etc.

Edit: The Amazon deal is on the right under more buying choices, can't link to it directly for some reason.


Edited By: toaster on Jun 10, 2011 20:04: I can
1 Like #11
qaiszero
betabeta
Bad price, can get 5770s from various websites at £70 including delivery even a 5850 at £100 just a shame. Hot deals deciede to ban certain companies from having posts on here.


mind telling where that might be / what companies were talking about? :P


Im still waiting to hear where the 5850 is for a £100 as i will buy 2 at that and if the OP is referring to Aria the cheapest 5850 is a XFX at £123 delivered and its preorder they don't have any, i personally think hes talking out his backside and obviously has no clue about the prices of components.
1 Like #12
@Polly69

http://www.****.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=GX-259-SP

In stock and ready to ship.

Some people are eligible for free delivery. Not sure exactly how you qualify, but I believe there is a required post count of 100 odd.

Over...clockers is obscured in the URL. Are they banned or something?


Edited By: Marekj on Jun 10, 2011 20:41
#13
How about a NVIDIA GeForce GT 430? Says it supports CUDA. Or is a GTS 450 going to be miles better for video editing/CUDA stuff
#14
Remember it depends on your other hardware. I have this card with i5 3.2ghz 1600 memory and there is not a game that i have played yet that has made this card struggle. crysis 1 on maxed out setting and this card can handle that too.
but if you have a DDR2 system instead of a DDR3 then you will compromise the full potential of the card.
But all in all this Card is great in the right system
#15
flashyphotos
Currently have a 5450 1gb card in my PC, dont do any games, only use it for phot editing, so not sure if I would see any benefit from the upgrade?

Any advice, would it be worth the upgrade for non games stuff.?



well as my above posting. I have this in my PC ad I can play any game on high settings. It depends on the rest of your hardware. its very important
#16
I want to do triple monitor setup, can this do that?
#17
How odd. I posted this weeks ago and today it gets hot lol. I posted another radeon 5750 in the meantime for under £55 (all sold out within a few hours) from novatech. Worth keeping an eye out

With regards to the 3 monitor set up - I have the xfx version of the 5750 which does have eyefinity which supports 3 monitors. I don't know if this is card, being a 5750 also but a different brand, offers the same function
#18
booper
How about a NVIDIA GeForce GT 430? Says it supports CUDA. Or is a GTS 450 going to be miles better for video editing/CUDA stuff

GT430 has half the cuda cores of the GT450 at 96 and less than half the gaming performance, but it's cheaper by up to £28 - it'll still work well for video editing just not quite so quick at encoding.
#19
Don't bother with all the GT 430s and the like, they really are bad, unless you want one for the low profile aspects. Just get a used 9800GT or similar, they're way way ahead and can be had @£30~£40 used.
#20
Alot of BS in this thread, this card is vastly more powerful than a 430 and is on a par with a 450, a 5770 is slightly more powerful than both of them.
This card is capable of handling any games you may wish to play on decent settings, you may have to turn detail down a little on resolutions of 1080p and more but it will still look good.

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