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MSI HD 5750 1GB GDDR5 £98.68@Ebuyer

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6y, 6m agoFound 6 years, 6 months ago
*****Please don't compare this to a standard HD5750, this is the equivalent to an overclocked edition, just MSI let you do this yourself rather than pre-overclocking.******

8CM Engine Fan Thermal Design

* Use large 8CM engine fan to provide quiet and cool working environment.
* Copper Base for GPU to have better heat dissipation.

MSI Afterburner Overclocking Utility

* Support over-voltage function of GPU.
* Support advanced fan speed control.
* Support Kombustor burn-in test program.


Military Class Components

* SSC (Solid State Chock) has No Buzz noise
* Hi-C CAP for GPU provides more precise voltage
* All Solid CAP for longer lifespan.


Native HDMI Output

* Support both 1080P HD movie playback and 7.1 Channel audio transmission.

Specification

GPU ATI RadeonTM HD 5750
Codename Juniper LE
Stream Processors 720 Units
Core Clock 700 MHz
Memory Clock 4600 MHz
Memory Size 1GB GDDR5
Memory Bus 128 bits
Output HDMI / DVI-I / D-Sub
TDP 86W
Card Dimension 183*112*34mm
Form Factor ATX
DirectX 11
OpenGL 3.2
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#1
Please note this uses a full hight heatsink and 8cm fan so takes up 2 full slot spaces. It also requires 1 six pin pci-e connector.

Here are some benchmarks, while not the identical card to the MSI it uses the same heatsink so should give you a good idea on performance.
#2
Just out of interest how quieter or how noisy is the fan on the graphics card. Its just current card fan noise is loud, well annoying. Was tempted to go the passive route but can't find a decent one.
#3
The 5750's are imo the best value for money card on the market judging by the reviews and benchmarks. Not only do you get very good performance across the board, as well as being DX 11 compatible, but also the power draw of the graphics card is tiny compared to every other card that is either in the same category or better. Purely from memory, it's something silly like 30w when idle, 80w at full load, with every other card being at least double those figures (even 5770), which is why ATI have marketed the 5750 as the energy saving card from it's newest range. So it's great for the environment and your electricity bills too - over a year or two the savings on the electricity bill (if you're someone who uses the PC constantly for e.g. games) could be pretty decent. Plus the temperature from the reviews is also significantly tiny compared to other cards (including 5770), so again, very good with summer coming up and for those with already hot PC's.

Wish I could get one. However, I have PCI-e x16 version 1.1, instead of 2.0 or 2.1. This card is version 2.1, and only backwards compatible to 2.0. So it wont work in my motherboard, wouldnt even POST with it.
#4
freezspirit
Just out of interest how quieter or how noisy is the fan on the graphics card. Its just current card fan noise is loud, well annoying. Was tempted to go the passive route but can't find a decent one.


Well don't have this card myself but as larger fans move the same amount of air at a lower RPM then it should be quieter than a stranded model. Also as it has a larger heatsink (weighs 91g more than standard model) it will disperse the heat better so should require less cooling from the fan so less noise.

As for passive cards then no it won't. I had a 4670 passive which was fine for gaming on my old plasma (1024x768) but wouldn't be upto the task of plating FPS at 1920x1080.

So as £100 only buys you a 512mb 5750 most places and this should have no problem overclocking to near 5770 levels this is a great buy. I would be getting one if I hadn't just bought a 5830.
#5
freezspirit
Just out of interest how quieter or how noisy is the fan on the graphics card. Its just current card fan noise is loud, well annoying. Was tempted to go the passive route but can't find a decent one.


Product Description
8CM Engine Fan Thermal Design

* Use large 8CM engine fan to provide quiet and cool working environment.
* Copper Base for GPU to have better heat dissipation.

MSI Afterburner Overclocking Utility

* Support over-voltage function of GPU.
* Support advanced fan speed control.
* Support Kombustor burn-in test program.


Military Class Components

* SSC (Solid State Chock) has No Buzz noise
* Hi-C CAP for GPU provides more precise voltage
* All Solid CAP for longer lifespan.
#6
Good deal, hot.
#7
Looks good, shame I'm skint :(
Need something that does proper HDMI out, my current card (8800GTS) keeps going pink! Changed the cables but still the same, and the TV works for other stuff.
#8
I need a good deal on another HD5870 - I hope this deal means that all ATI cards will be coming down soon
#9
How do these compare to a 4870? (not that I'm not happy with mine for now)
#10
JustExtreme
How do these compare to a 4870? (not that I'm not happy with mine for now)


not favourably. they're pretty much the same as a 4770/4850 performance wise.

i'm not upgrading until these next gen of cards drop a lot more in price. i've got 2 4770's in xfire that i got for £55 each. :)
#11
£107.68inc. vat?
#12
darkspark88
£107.68inc. vat?


Gone up. That didn't last long, still good value though. 12 sold so some people got some. If your interested keep an eye on it as Ebuyer like to fluctuate prices.:thumbsup:
#13
GAVINLEWISHUKD
Gone up. That didn't last long, still good value though. 12 sold so some people got some. If your interested keep an eye on it as Ebuyer like to fluctuate prices.:thumbsup:


Got me a 5770 vapor-x in Feb which I'm very happy with. Only cost £30 more so I think I got a good deal.
#14
darkspark88
Got me a 5770 vapor-x in Feb which I'm very happy with. Only cost £30 more so I think I got a good deal.


I agree HD 5770's a MUCH better. Have one myself and never been happier with a GPU purchase :thumbsup:
#15
ExileOmega
I agree HD 5770's a MUCH better. Have one myself and never been happier with a GPU purchase :thumbsup:


Well yes it's better but it's also 30% more expensive and isn't 30% faster. So I tend to look at GPU's on a GBP for the performance they give.
#16
leedale30
I need a good deal on another HD5870 - I hope this deal means that all ATI cards will be coming down soon


Same here, my Geforce 8800 is on it's way out. I'm starting to get artefacts when gaming and it's heating up something terrible which is having an effect on the rest of the system especially the CPU. 5870s seem to stuck at £300, a £50 drop would be great.
#17
The Radeon HD 5750 & HD 5770 cards are overpriced & overrated, as somebody has already pointed out the Radeon HD4850 gives an equal performance for 80 quid, and the Radeon 4870 1GB which is available for £100, stomps all over this card. Your paying extra for a DX11 card and to date there are only 5 DX11 supported games out there ... better wait for a real price drop on this card!
#18
RFV
The Radeon HD 5770 1GB card is overpriced & overrated, as somebody has already pointed out the Radeon HD4850 gives an equal performance for 80 quid, and the Radeon 4870 1GB which is available for £100, stomps all over this card. Your paying extra for a DX11 card and to date there are only 5 DX11 supported games out there ... better wait for a real price drop on this card!


Well a 4850 on most games is beaten and yes a 4870 does beat it in many games. On the other hand many people don't have the luxury of having it exclusively for gaming. Take watching a 1080p movie a 4870 will use 4 times the power and run 20 degrees hotter. This also helps with less demanding games keeping the system quiet. Not to mention the audio advantages.
The other big demand of my GPU is encoding/transcoding and 5 series cards are well above the equivalent 4 series card.

So if your 2FPS in Crysis is important to you then yes get a HD4870 1gb instead.:)
#19
GAVINLEWISHUKD
Well a 4850 on most games is beaten and yes a 4870 does beat it in many games. On the other hand many people don't have the luxury of having it exclusively for gaming. Take watching a 1080p movie a 4750 will use 4 times the power and run 20 degrees hotter. This also helps with less demanding games keeping the system quiet. Not to mention the audio advantages.
The other big demand of my GPU is encoding/transcoding and 5 series cards are well above the equivalent 4 series card.

So if your 2FPS in Crysis is important to you then yes get a HD4870 1gb instead.:)


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1. You don't need to pay over £100 for an HD 5770 to watch HD content, any HD4670 with an HDMI port will do that very nicely for £60 and with low power requirements

2. I'm a gamer not a tree hugger, I'm interested in the highest frame rates possible for online gaming, so if I'm paying over £100 for a DX11 card it had better be faster than last years DX10 cards of the same price, sorry to say that the 5770 is noticably slower than a 4870. Read the reviews on Anandtech, their opinions are that this card is underpowered, overpriced, and will price-drop significantly in the coming months.

3. If your into transcoding, encoding A/V material etc, the graphics card is not the defining factor, what is important is your CPU & Memory, they will have a far greater effect on the results, you'd be better off upgrading your memory or CPU than wasting £107 on this graphics card.

4. Since when has Crysis been the defining factor for buying any graphics card, it's an old game, that's been overhyped, it requires ridiculous amounts of GPU power to run on full settings, and frankly I find the game to be boring, Crysis is old news, things have moved on since Crysis was introduced in 2007, there are far better FPS games available now.

5. Do you actually own an HD 4870 card, I'm curious because I do, and can comfortably play Crysis all day with smooth gameplay, if the best you can do is get 2 fps out of this game using an HD 4870 1GB DDR5 card, then I suggest you RTFM - :whistling:

" If you value solely performance in today’s games, we can’t recommend the 5770. Either the 4870 1GB or the GTX 260 would be the better buy."
http://www.anandtech.com/show/2856/14
#20
RFV
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1. You don't need to pay over £100 for an HD 5770 to watch HD content, any HD4670 with an HDMI port will do that very nicely for £60 and with low power requirements

2. I'm a gamer not a tree hugger, I'm interested in the highest frame rates possible for online gaming, so if I'm paying over £100 for a DX11 card it had better be faster than last years DX10 cards of the same price, sorry to say that the 5770 is noticably slower than a 4870. Read the reviews on Anandtech, their opinions are that this card is underpowered, overpriced, and will price-drop significantly in the coming months.

3. If your into transcoding, encoding A/V material etc, the graphics card is not the defining factor, what is important is your CPU & Memory, they will have a far greater effect on the results, you'd be better off upgrading your memory or CPU than wasting £107 on this graphics card.

4. Since when has Crysis been the defining factor for buying any graphics card, it's an old game, that's been overhyped, it requires ridiculous amounts of GPU power to run on full settings, and frankly I find the game to be boring, Crysis is old news, things have moved on since Crysis was introduced in 2007, there are far better FPS games available now.

5. Do you actually own an HD 4870 card, I'm curious because I do, and can comfortably play Crysis all day with smooth gameplay, if the best you can do is get 2 fps out of this game using an HD 4870 1GB DDR5 card, then I suggest you RTFM - :whistling:

" If you value solely performance in today’s games, we can’t recommend the 5770. Either the 4870 1GB or the GTX 260 would be the better buy."
http://www.anandtech.com/show/2856/14


Not sure you read my post, but I will answer your points.

1) Well just for HD content a 4350 would be fine, why would you buy a 4670!? So you say I should buy a 4670 for HD and a 4870 for games, but I've spent £160 now which would have got me a 5830 oh and all the components to make a second machine! Not sure you have thought this through!

2) While yes I understand that the heat in the room and the fan can get tiresome when playing non action games. Back to the point of an all round system. Whilst once again I'll agree the 4870 is faster in most games but different review give different results. Component costs have gone up considerably this year as fabricators want to pull back the R&D costs so it's not just something thats effecting ATI but the market as a whole.

3) Once again why would I spend huge amount of money on a CPU when this task is far better suited to a GPU. You seem to be interested in benchmarks yet you seem to have overlooked that a 5750 will comfortably out do an overclocked i7 965. (example)

4) It was just an example. It is probably the most asked question on here relating to gaming use. People seem to use it as a reference point to how good a GPU is. Not a fan of it either TBH.

5) No I don't own a 4870 any more, I replaced with a 5830 I got on a good deal. But more to the point if I didn't have any of the above cards and somebody asked if I wanted the card in the OP or a 4870 for the £100 I wouldn't be taking home the 4870.

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