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VTX3D HD7750 £79.99 @ dabs

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A little cheaper than the previous deal posted for £86.30 on ebuyer. The card is equivalent to the GTX 550ti but is a little cheaper and uses about 30% less power.

It should run most games on fairly high settings without anti-aliasing. Works out as a very good card for HTPC users who'd like to use do a little bit of light gaming on the side or for those with fairly weak psus (recommended is 500w) who'd like an upgrade.

It seems VTX3D is the same company who own powercolor so it should be similar to the powercolor HD 7750.
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This is a review for the HIS version but both seem to run at stock speeds so no difference in performance

It does Skyrim at 1920x1080, Ultra detail and with FXAA without going below 30fps during the test. The 5750 models should all be powered purely throught PCIe slot as well so no need for an extra cable on your PSU
Anyone know how much of an performance improvement this would give over my son's 4670?
Which is better this 7750 or the 6770?
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http://m.tomshardware.com/reviews/gaming-graphics-card-review,3107-7.html is a good place to check the relative performance of cards, the 7750 is roughly equivalent to the 550 ti. If your card is 3 tiers or below on this it should give a decent performance boost.

Anyone know how much of an performance improvement this would give over my son's 4670?
This should give much better performance than the 6670.

Which is better this 7750 or the 6770?
They show similar performance. The 7750 uses a little less power but if you have the 6770 already it'd be better to either get a second one for cf or go for a 560 ti.

Edited By: thesign on Feb 18, 2012 15:15
Good deal and well explained in your 1st comment excellent work.
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Edited By: thesign on Feb 19, 2012 10:19
Pretty killer price-performance. Get that in 4-way CrossfireX and you could run any game out there at full whack. A GTX 570 isn't far off from £240 so it's a pretty decent deal.
If you're looking to go into high-end gaming I'd say go for a couple (or more) of these and you're laughing.

FTR, I'm an Nvidia fan :)
The 7800 series is out very soon :)
If you want to compare video cards, click on this link

ATI card comparison

And compare the folowing columns.... Texture fill rate, Pixel fill rate, and memory bandwidth. All the other info is useful, but those I've mentioned are the important ones....obviously the higher the better.

This link is the same chart but for Nvidia cards, treat likewise
This card has exceptionally low power draw especially when idling and does not require an extra power connector great for htpc
A good card for the money. Some poor reviews but that was mainly down to the original price of £100. At £80 its able to compete a lot better.

Performance is similar to a 5770 or 6770. Or on the Nvidia side, a 550 Ti.

Not worth an upgrade if you have the above cards.

P.S. as some have mentioned, I would not recommend crossfire/SLI, you are always better getting the most powerful single card you can.

It's main appeal is its very low power draw and heat output. Great for adding to a Dell or Acer etc. that never originally came with a graphics card and whos cooling/PSU does not allow for anything higher.

The recent 6850 deals that have been popping up are better value for money and as Nvidia brings out their new cards in March/April, prices will continue to fall making the older cards better.

But if you need a new card now and don't have another £20 or a higher watt PSU, this is a great deal. Heated added.

Edited By: xela333 on Feb 19, 2012 15:11
Age old question - Is it better to buy one £200 card or two £100 cards and run them together?
Age old question - Is it better to buy one £200 card or two £100 cards and run them together?

£200 card. If the HD7700 drops from its £115 price tag to £100 then crossfire may be an option as it scales very well. HERE
Interesting, building a new machine in the next couple months. Would probably go for the more expensive card and then add a second to crossfire it later, but not sure what the 3.0PCIe cards are going to be priced at and if it's worth it.
May yet go nvidia.
Age old question - Is it better to buy one £200 card or two £100 cards and run them together?

£200 card. If the HD7700 drops from its £115 price tag to £100 then crossfire may be an option as it scales very well. HERE

one thing you do noticed with that link is that the 7770 is 128 bit .... shame that .. i'm still swaying towards a 6850 myself
hi is this Cross fire compatible?
Would this be a good replacement for my recently deceases Nvidia 8800GT?
@ listerdude I'd say it would be a decent replacement faster and draws less power

I got HD6870 very happy with it
I got HD6870 very happy with it

Good for you....

Thinking about the 7750 albeit the Gigabyte version for a computer for my mother. The performance is overkill but its one of the few low end card with a display port, and it has very low power draw.
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Why so hot? For just £10 more you can get a new Radeon HD 6850. Unfortunately the crippled 128 MN bus is really the bottleneck here. Yeas it's quite a but cheaper than it's big overpriced brother the 7770 but the 6850 for £89.99 is a much better deal for anyone wanting a budget to midrange graphics card for gaming. The power consumption has been improved but even still it'll take longer than 3 years to recoup the savings based on an average user of a few hours a day. Not voted myself as it is the cheapest I believe for this card but for gaming there are better alternatives available.
The 6850 didn't do majorly better than this in the reviews I've read and hopefully with the lower power consumption of this card, we'll see more fanless ones for those of us running HTPCs or who are just sensitive to noise. I'm just looking for something for my second PC, for my mates to use for multiplayer games when they're over (got a 6950 in my main PC), so don't want to spend a lot and I've spent time and money making both PCs ultra-quiet, hence the desire for a fanless card.
Looks like they're no longer offering free delivery, so the price is now £83.98 or £84.99 with next day delivery.

BTshop are also selling the same card to £80.00 with delivery at £2.48.

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