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XFX ATI HD 5750 DDR5 Dual DVI, HDMI & DP £85.64 @ Scan

£85.64 @ Scan
Looks like a good price. Thse are brand new DX11 cards. (Price is for those with free shipping, otherwise + £6.99) http://www.xfxforce.com/en-gb/products/graphiccards/hd%205000series/5750.aspx … Read More
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Looks like a good price. Thse are brand new DX11 cards.
(Price is for those with free shipping, otherwise + £6.99)

http://www.xfxforce.com/en-gb/products/graphiccards/hd%205000series/5750.aspx

512MB GDDR5 memory
ATI Eyefinity technology with support for up to three displays(1)
ATI Stream technology(2)
Designed for DirectCompute 11 and OpenCL
Accelerated Video Transcoding (AVT)(2,5)
Compliant with DirectX® 11 and earlier revisions
Supports OpenGL 3.1
Dual-mode ATI CrossFireX technology support for highly scalable performance(6)
ATI Avivo HD video and display technology(3,7)
Dynamic power management with ATI PowerPlay technology(7)
DL-DVI, DL-DVI, DisplayPort, HDMI
PCI Express® 2.0 support
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#1
Impressive Crossfire results, and low power consumption (16W Idle 86W Peak!!) . Mmmm !

http://www.motherboards.org/reviews/graph_video.html?test=hawx1&d1=178.5&d2=159&d3=184.33&d4=191.68&d5=165.03&lab1=ATI HD 5770 CF&lab2=ATI HD 5750 CF&lab3=ATI HD 5850 CF&lab4=EVGA GTX295&lab5=EVGA GTX285

http://www.legitreviews.com/images/reviews/1105/ati_5700_specs.jpg
#2
Compliant with DirectX® 11


So tempted; great deal voted hot!
#3
Link seems to be to 512MB version.
#4
that is cheap and having them in crossfire would look badass
#5
good deal this, half tempted to get one for my htpc
#6
gbailey141
Link seems to be to 512MB version.


Yea, ur right. The 1GB version is £30 more. Details ammended. (Just grabbed them from the XFX site. Strangely XFX have 1GB in the description of this part number, even though it's listed as 512MB.)
#7
Leepox
that is cheap and having them in crossfire would look badass


http://img.hexus.net/v2/internationalevents/cebit_hannover_2006/xfx/xfx_stand_small_6.jpg XFX / Badass ;)
#8
Personally I'm still trying to decide between a HD5850 or a 4890. I know the 4890 isn't DX11 and uses more power, but it is around £80 cheaper atm and the performance difference isn't massive in most games at 1920x1200 until you bump up the AA and AF. Choices, Choices...
#9
liddleninja
Personally I'm still trying to decide between a HD5850 or a 4890. I know the 4890 isn't DX11 and uses more power, but it is around £80 cheaper atm and the performance difference isn't massive in most games at 1920x1200 until you bump up the AA and AF. Choices, Choices...


Tell me about it! I have a 4870 ATM, and trying to decide should I go crossfire, or DX11 or :thinking:
#10
liddleninja
Personally I'm still trying to decide between a HD5850 or a 4890. I know the 4890 isn't DX11 and uses more power, but it is around £80 cheaper atm and the performance difference isn't massive in most games at 1920x1200 until you bump up the AA and AF. Choices, Choices...


as a 4890 owner im not sure id recomend on right now... the idle power use is somewhere in the region of 60W.... and above all the standard cooler is stupidly loud when youre playing any game

two 4770s in crossfire would be a lot of bang for buck right now (£58 per card on ebuyer last time i checked) ... or a 5770 which is around £120...

I wouldnt be too worried about DX11 as there wont be too many games that support it for a while yet
#11
That's a great card - voted hot. Personally holding out until the new year, got too many presents to buy people at the moment!
#12
Can this card really drive three displays? If so in what configuration?
#13
GrumpyOldFella
Can this card really drive three displays? If so in what configuration?

I think it's dual DVI + DisplayPort which is limiting. Not 100% so check the reviews.
#14
Would this be noisy during normal (not in-game) running conditions?
#15
Looks so good, whats the minimum psu ?
#16
This is a nice card at a nice price - I picked up the 1 GB version for £102 delivered a couple of weeks back from micro direct, but they are now out of stock: http://www.microdirect.co.uk/Home/Product/42612/VTX3D-Radeon-HD-5750-1GB-Retail-Dual-Link-DVI
#17
spobby
Looks so good, whats the minimum psu ?

Depends on what other components you have. For a non extreme desktop a decent quality 300W would be fine.
#18
it has two dvi's, one hdmi and 1 displayport, you can use upto a comibination of 3 at anyone time. so its future proofed with displayport. I recommend going for a 5770 for around £120ish then when funds allow add another to get crreamy goodness. low power comsumption, also in cf the performance is similar to the 5870 which would be around £30 more, plus you get to output to 6 monitors/tv's
#19
Your right though, this is definately htpc material, also potentially the gpu can be passively cooled.
#20
Agharta
Depends on what other components you have. For a non extreme desktop a decent quality 300W would be fine.


Well i have a dell , 1 dvd rw, 1 hdd , 3gb ram , core 2 duo proccessor , and 300w psu...

Is this card good for gaming ?
#21
spobby
Well i have a dell , 1 dvd rw, 1 hdd , 3gb ram , core 2 duo proccessor , and 300w psu...

It will very likely be fine although check that your power supply has a 6 pin PCIe power adapter which this card needs. If not you can use a molex to PCIe power adapter which should come with the card but if your Dell is fairly modern it may well not have any molex power connectors. In that case it gets a bit unwieldy as you’d need two SATA to Molex power adapters and then use the Molex to PCIe adapter. See eBay item number 390081000088 for an example of the former.

spobby
Is this card good for gaming ?

Yes but probably only for resolutions up to 1680x1050.
#22
tahir_owen
it has two dvi's, one hdmi and 1 displayport, you can use upto a comibination of 3 at anyone time.

1 of those 3 has to use the DisplayPort output though.
#23
How does this compare to a HD 4870 ? Which is faster ?
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/522822/xfx-hd-4870-512mb-gddr5-graphics-ca
#24
[QUOTE=Agharta]1 of those 3 has to use the DisplayPort output though.[/

im sure you can use a hdmi output to a monitor, although displayport isn;t widely available, more and more monitors are starting to have them, for example dells 27" and 30" range. Also you could buy an adapter from displayport to hdmi/dvi

http://www.tvcables.co.uk/cgi-bin/tvcables/displayport-to-dvi-adapter.html
#25
Super hot!
#26
hessian
How does this compare to a HD 4870 ? Which is faster ?
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/522822/xfx-hd-4870-512mb-gddr5-graphics-ca


See here

http://www.anandtech.com/video/showdoc.aspx?i=3658&p=11
http://images.anandtech.com/graphs/5700_101209230406/20460.png
http://images.anandtech.com/graphs/5700_101209230406/20444.png

http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/forum/hardware-canucks-reviews/24214-xfx-radeon-hd-5750-1gb-gddr5-review-12.html

http://images.hardwarecanucks.com/image//skymtl/GPU/HD5750/HD5750-77.jpg

I would rather crossfire two 5770's. Jsut need to wait for the price to drop a little more :D
#27
would this sit nicely in my dell vostro 200?

low power psu (300w) but seems to say here it only suck 85w at max???

not techno - help please!
#28
Carlos007
would this sit nicely in my dell vostro 200?
low power psu (300w) but seems to say here it only suck 85w at max?

It doesn't have a PCIe power connector so you'd need to buy some adapters; see my previous post on this issue.
The other question is how long is the card and does it fit in yor case. No idea!
#29
Agharta
It doesn't have a PCIe power connector so you'd need to buy some adapters; see my previous post on this issue.
The other question is how long is the card and does it fit in yor case. No idea!


opened my case - loks like plenty of room..

here is a review if you can have a loosee...any more help and I would be grateful..

http://www.trustedreviews.com/pcs/review/2007/08/29/Dell-Vostro-200/p3
#30
Carlos007
opened my case - loks like plenty of room..
here is a review if you can have a loosee...any more help and I would be grateful..

There's no more to say really, just read my previous post which details the required power adapters.
#31
Agharta
There's no more to say really, just read my previous post which details the required power adapters.


thanks though for taking the time - much appreciated - I'm very tempted now to go for this :thumbsup:
#32
Carlos007
thanks though for taking the time - much appreciated - I'm very tempted now to go for this :thumbsup:

The reference design for this card is 8.5" but this could well be shorter judging by the photos on XFX's website.
banned#33
Agharta:
There's no more to say really, just read my previous post which details the required power adapters.


This says you need 450W psu or 600W if running in Crossfire mode.

Hope that helps!
#34
beach86
This says you need 450W psu or 600W if running in Crossfire mode. Hope that helps!

They're just covering themselves because there are plenty of shoddy P/Ss that don't deliver what they say on the tin. A decent quality 300W is fine.
#35
Agharta;6922391
They're just covering themselves because there are plenty of shoddy P/Ss that don't deliver what they say on the tin. A decent quality 300W is fine.

Manufacturer`s state psu for 1 reason and 1 reason alone.....for the product`s to function correct and with the highest safety standards.
Now if you think a Quality 300 Watt psu is fine for this product then That`s fine ,it`s your opinion, but don`t state it`s fine to other`s, as this will give them a false scene of security .
When there system starts playing up in a few months or even worse goes BANG! and they loose everything, for using an underpowered psu , would you say it was fine then?
By far the most problematic causing componant in the PC is due to PSU ,if you get this wrong , then your nightmares are just about to begin.
#36
kevann
By far the most problematic causing component in the PC is due to PSU, if you get this wrong, then your nightmares are just about to begin.

Which is why I suggested using a quality power supply in the first place. :thumbsup:
A quality power supply if underrated for the task in hand will gracefully shut itself down and not damage the system. Whereas a poorly designed P/S that is rated for a higher wattage might well cause problems.

If you’d read the spec of the Dell PC in question which has a 300W P/S you’d realise that when adding this card to it the total load would rarely if ever hit more than 150 - 175W DC. A decent spec 300W P/S can handle that easily.
Even a Core i7 Bloomfield rig is only pulling about 200W DC with this card.

According to Xbitlabs this card only pulls about 44 – 61W maximum in practice.

http://www.xbitlabs.com/images/video/radeon-hd5770-hd5750/5700_power3dm.png

http://www.xbitlabs.com/images/video/radeon-hd5770-hd5750/5700_powerfur.png

kevann
Now if you think a Quality 300 Watt psu is fine for this product then That`s fine ,it`s your opinion, but don`t state it`s fine to other`s, as this will give them a false scene of security .

Exactly, it’s my opinion just as you also have an opinion. It’s up to others to decide whose opinions to take on board as that’s their responsibility and not yours.
#37
Agharta;6922906
Which is why I suggested using a quality power supply in the first place. :thumbsup:
A quality power supply if underrated for the task in hand will gracefully shut itself down and not damage the system. Whereas a poorly designed P/S that is rated for a higher wattage might well cause problems.

If you’d read the spec of the Dell PC in question which has a 300W P/S you’d realise that when adding this card to it the total load would rarely if ever hit more than 150 - 175W DC. A decent spec 300W P/S can handle that easily.
Even a Core i7 Bloomfield rig is only pulling about 200W DC with this card.

According to Xbitlabs this card only pulls about 44 – 61W maximum in practice.

http://www.xbitlabs.com/images/video/radeon-hd5770-hd5750/5700_power3dm.png

http://www.xbitlabs.com/images/video/radeon-hd5770-hd5750/5700_powerfur.png


Exactly, it’s my opinion just as you also have an opinion. It’s up to others to decide whose opinions to take on board as that’s their responsibility and not yours.
#38
Looks like the manufacturer`s got this wrong then :whistling:
#39
kevann
Looks like the manufacturer`s got this wrong then.

No, they are just very conservative and have to cover all bases. e.g. a heavily over-clocked Phenom II is a power hog so if you had one of those with 4 HDDs, TV card etc AND you over-clocked this GPU then even a 'quality' 300W P/S would not cut it.
But when you read between the lines and don't just take things at face value you see that for the person that asked who had a Core 2 Duo in a basic system that 300W is easily enough if it's of decent quality. Believe me or not, the facts are out there if you look beneath the surface.
#40
I'm fascinated by the debate and almost ashamed to ask this question...

The man reason for wanting to upgrade is that I have returned to flight sims having bought Flight Sim x. I 'm fed up of most shooters at the moment though that is not to say if I find a recent game out there it will not take my fancy - I guess though middle age has something to do with it!

My current card an x1300 pro seems to do a job with flight sim x so i don't expect any card upgrade on this particular software will require the max out of the card (and thererfore I assume not the max wattage?).

I'd love though to connect to my 37 inch tv via hdmi and get a full screen flight sim - does the card pull more watts to output via hdmi to a large lcd tv? Will my paltry 300 watt handle it in your opinion. I will though probably get a half decent upgrade to 450 watts or more in the long term.

Scuse my lame knowledge again - nearly bought the card tonight but thought i would chip in one more time. At least I'm learning something!

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