Novatech ATI Radeon 5750 "Single Slot" 1024MB GDDR5 PCI-E £54.98 @ Novatech - HotUKDeals
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This price is just ridiculous for a mid-range card of this spec.

The big plus point is the single slot card profile. The downside is unfortunately at the expense of a HDMI port :(

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Product Features


Memory: 1024 MB GDDR5
Core Clock: 700 MHz
Memory Clock: 4600 MHz
Memory Interface: 128 bit
Processor Streams: 720
Microsoft DirectX 11
DirectCompute 11
OpenCL
ATI Eyefinity technology
ATI Stream technology
ATI CrossFireX technology
ATI Avivo HD video
ATI PowerPlay technology
AMD Catalyst

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#2
Oooh... I was actually just about to buy a 5670, but this seems like a very good deal. Thanks.
#3
There's a review on Novatech thast says it takes up 2 bays (slots I presume).
Heat added for price

Edited By: stamfordblue on Jun 04, 2011 22:27
#4
brookheather
Or a faster GTS 250 for the same money:

[url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.co.uk%2FXFX-GEFORCE-GTS250-738M-DDR3%2Fdp%2FB002JAR74G%2Fref%3Dsr_1_7%3Fie%3DUTF8%26m%3DA3F5BGC3U9H8PE%26s%3Dgeneric%26qid%3D1307222062%26sr%3D1-7]http://www.amazon.co.uk/XFX-GEFORCE-GTS250-738M-DDR3/dp/B002JAR74G/ref=sr_1_7?ie=UTF8&m=A3F5BGC3U9H8PE&s=generic&qid=1307222062&sr=1-7[/url]

The gts 250 is an inferior card based on http://www.videocardbenchmark.net/gpu_list.php (ranked 80th as apposed to the 5750 which is 53rd). Also the gts 250 requires almost twice as much power as the 5750
1 Like #5
brookheather
Or a faster GTS 250 for the same money:

[url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.co.uk%2FXFX-GEFORCE-GTS250-738M-DDR3%2Fdp%2FB002JAR74G%2Fref%3Dsr_1_7%3Fie%3DUTF8%26m%3DA3F5BGC3U9H8PE%26s%3Dgeneric%26qid%3D1307222062%26sr%3D1-7]http://www.amazon.co.uk/XFX-GEFORCE-GTS250-738M-DDR3/dp/B002JAR74G/ref=sr_1_7?ie=UTF8&m=A3F5BGC3U9H8PE&s=generic&qid=1307222062&sr=1-7[/url]

Well according to this GPU chart the 5750 is actually 50% faster than the GTS 250

http://www.videocardbenchmark.net/gpu_list.php
#6
Ordered. I can't believe my old (ancient) graphics card is ranked 800+ on that list where 5750 is ranked 53. oO
#7
Sounds like a bargain & free delivery too. Any idea what power supply needed to run this card?
1 Like #8
ant eg
Sounds like a bargain & free delivery too. Any idea what power supply needed to run this card?

450w is recommended. I have an xfx radeon 5750 running perfectly on a 300w PSU. My other componants are an overclocked celeron e1400 processor, 1 hard drive, 1 stick of 2gb ram, dvdrw and a couple of fans.

Ive been able to play every game ive tried so far including COD blackops, pro evo 2011, NFS hot pursuit, Bulletstorm and Crysis 2 - all perfectly playable on high settings and no computer crashes ever
#9
Very good price :) Heated.
#10
Ordered...Cheers OP ! Should be a reasonably cheap upgrade for my old-ish 9800Gt
#11
Will run with even a quality 250w PSU. Faster than 250 plus dx11 support, plus 3 monitor support.
#12
I presume a mini dispaly port to hdmi adapter will work and carry sound?
1 Like #13
Dunno what planet you are from but the 5870s are midrange not this entry level budget card
#14
Ordered! Thanks OP!! Spot on to replace my stuttering 9500gt
#15
Highway72
Dunno what planet you are from but the 5870s are midrange not this entry level budget card

No need to be rude. Tw*t

If you go to the video card benchmark site I posted earlier and go to the list of 'high' end video cards then this one is on the list. So 'mid' is perhaps an underassessment based on my judgement. I would deem an entry level budget card to be something like a radeon 4350 or 5450
#16
This IS a single socket card so you don't have to sacrifice another slot.
Just for reference NO VGA and NO DVI to VGA adaptor in box so if you still use VGA, get an adaptor.

fantastic card for the money handles many games very well, honestly cant go wrong!!

http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/best-graphics-card-game-performance-radeon-hd-6670,review-32183-7.html

Edited By: shuttsies on Jun 05, 2011 00:37: add link
#17
The 5870 was in the high end of the 5xxx series, the 57xx was the mid-range. The only higher card was the dual gpu 5970. Because of manufacturing issues with the new 6xxx, the 57xx originally remained in production to become the low range against the 68xx series mid range. Perhaps that is the source of Highway72's confusion.
The GTS250 is inferior to the 5750 by quite a margin, the exception being Crysis, and that may have changed with driver updates from AMD; been a while since I had both of those cards to hand.

Voted hot!

Edited By: CashMoney on Jun 05, 2011 00:47
#18
I have a 7900GS gfx, with and AMD 4600+ x2 CPU, will the CPU be a bottleneck for games? and how much better will this be than the 7900GS?
#19
Oh dear. I remember buying the 4850 just last year for double this price.
#20
These Crossfire really well iirc, would be a fantastic gaming setup if you have a half decent PSU.
#21
rash
I have a 7900GS gfx, with and AMD 4600+ x2 CPU, will the CPU be a bottleneck for games? and how much better will this be than the 7900GS?

I have a celeron e1400 (inferior processor to yours) with this card and games run fine (see post number 9). The card is better than the 7900 GS (GPU benchmark ranking of 185 for the 7900 gs compared to 52 for the radeon 5750)

Edited By: Chet on Jun 05, 2011 00:56
#22
Chet
rash
I have a 7900GS gfx, with and AMD 4600+ x2 CPU, will the CPU be a bottleneck for games? and how much better will this be than the 7900GS?


I have a celeron e1400 (inferior processor to yours) with this card and games run fine (see post number 9). The card is better than the 7900 GS (GPU benchmark ranking of 185 for the 7900 gs compared to 52 for the radeon 5750)


Cool, thanks, things change quite fast in the computing world and even though i work in the same field its time consuming to keep up with these.
#23
Good stuff - anyone know how to get HDMI on it? like will it have a DVI to HDMI adapter??
#24
Sweet, old gpu is blank screening under any slight stress, very annoying! do not need a powerful cared but this seems like a sweet deal been waiting for this site to come up trumps!

Cheers op, heat added !!
#25
Many thanks OP. Ordered.
#26
I've got a GTS 250 with a AMD phenom x2 550 processor with 4gb of ram is it worth geting this card or am i better off geting more memory and better processor?
#27
Cool i was after a card after my HD4870 packed up ,would have gone for this , but manged to get a Geforce GTX285 for £50 this morning off Bay of E ..... w00t ...

:p
1 Like #28
haha midrange !? lol - midrange entry level maybe. You will be dissapointed if you want bells and whistles in any new game with this, MID RANGE ! haha !

BTW the list you are referring to is a pile of nonsense, even though my card is ranked number 2, I dont know who made it up but the 590 is not slower than the 580 trust me, and the 5970 should be a lot higher than it is.

Edited By: Soulreape on Jun 05, 2011 02:23: edit
#29
Thanks, sounds like I'll get away without needing a new psu
Ordered & heated

Chet
ant eg
Sounds like a bargain & free delivery too. Any idea what power supply needed to run this card?


450w is recommended. I have an xfx radeon 5750 running perfectly on a 300w PSU. My other componants are an overclocked celeron e1400 processor, 1 hard drive, 1 stick of 2gb ram, dvdrw and a couple of fans.

Ive been able to play every game ive tried so far including COD blackops, pro evo 2011, NFS hot pursuit, Bulletstorm and Crysis 2 - all perfectly playable on high settings and no computer crashes ever
#30
Ordered and Heated too, low power consumption, good price, should do what I want it to do, can't be bad.

ps...this site is costing me a fortune !
#31
do these require a power connection from the PSU directly to the graphics card?
1 Like #32
The HD 5750 requires a 6 pin pcie connector.
#33
Would I notice much difference between this and a nvidia 9800gt?
#34
Matt.Wild
Would I notice much difference between this and a nvidia 9800gt?

Nope, you probably wouldn't notice any difference. The 5750 is a lot more energy efficient though. I really wouldn't buy this card in any case, you can get a second hand 4870 for less than £50 which is superior to this and a 5770 will offer a lot more performance for not much more money. 4870 still beats the 5770 though.
#35
cracking price but i reckon i'd want at least a 5770 for playing games with.

the novatech single slot 5770 is also a decent price
#36
MIDURIX
Matt.Wild
Would I notice much difference between this and a nvidia 9800gt?

Nope, you probably wouldn't notice any difference. The 5750 is a lot more energy efficient though. I really wouldn't buy this card in any case, you can get a second hand 4870 for less than £50 which is superior to this and a 5770 will offer a lot more performance for not much more money. 4870 still beats the 5770 though.


Thanks you've just saved me £50!
#37
How does this compare with the ATI 6870 that was on HUKD a week ago for £130?
#38
Have a look on the Toms Hardware benchmarks - one at random I picked shows 5750 @ 75 fps and GTS250 @ 81 fps:

http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/charts/2010-gaming-graphics-charts-high-quality/Left4Dead-2,2472.html
#39
GAVINLEWISHUKD
The HD 5750 requires a 6 pin pcie connector.

makes me feel a little better then, only a week ago a bought a 2nd hand 5670 for £40 (my Dell doesn't have a pcie connector)
#40
grrrr! Paid £75 for this a few weeks ago and that was a good price. Amazing price, really solid card. Get it!

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