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XFX Radeon HD 5750 512MB GDDR5 £69.24 delivered @ ccl
XFX Radeon HD 5750 512MB GDDR5 £69.24 delivered @ ccl

XFX Radeon HD 5750 512MB GDDR5 £69.24 delivered @ ccl

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Amazing graphics card at this price (mid-high end). Cheapest I can find anywhere else is £80+

Only 4 left to order! I don't think this is for those who have 300w PSUs as it has a 6 pin power cable, indicating that it needs more than the standard power from pci-e slot

Now, more people than ever can experience real innovation in DirectX 11 gaming with XFX ATI Radeon HD 5750 graphics cards. Loaded with advanced technology, these graphics cards have the power and premium features you need for fully immersive gameplay. Expand your visual real estate across up to three displays and get lost in the action with revolutionary ATI Eyefinity Technology. Using ATI Stream technology, accelerate even the most demanding applications and do more than ever with your PC. The first graphics cards in this class to offer full support for DirectX 11, the Radeon HD 5750 enable rich, realistic visuals and explosive HD gaming performance so you can dominate the competition.


Main Features
Get unrivalled visual quality and intense gaming performance and for today and tomorrow with support for Microsoft DirectX 11
With ATI Eyefinity technology get the ultimate immersive gaming experience innovative ‘wrap around’ multi-display capabilities
Tap into the massive parallel processing power of your GPU with ATI Stream technology and tackle demanding tasks like video transcoding with incredible speed
Experience the speed, responsiveness and performance of ultra-high bandwidth GDDR5 memory
ATI CrossFireX technology in dual-mode offers advanced scalability
ATI Eyefinity technology with support for up to three displays
ATI Stream Technology
Designed for DirectCompute 11 and OpenCL
Accelerated Video Transcoding (AVT)
Compliant with DirectX 11 and earlier revisions
Supports OpenGL 3.1
Dual-mode ATI CrossFireX technology support for highly scalable performance
ATI Avivo HD video and display technology
Dynamic power management with ATI PowerPlay technology
DL-DVI, DL-DVI, DisplayPort, HDMI
PCI Express 2.0 support
512MB GDDR5 memory

22 Comments

thats a fine price!

would make a top cross fire - have 4 cards cheap gaming pc

Good price but the stock isn't live so if you order don't bank on actually receiving it.

Min power requirement 450w rules my Dell Vostro out!

Would this be any good for the upcoming Total War game? I don't fancy buying a massively poweful card just for one game

Mighty Anorak

Min power requirement 450w rules my Dell Vostro out!



I used to run a 8800gt & Q6600 on a stock Dell 350w (Vostro 410) both folding 24/7 so i wouldn't worry about it (_;)

PSU requirements for some of the current GPUs...

futuremark.yougamers.com/for…929
Edited by: "andyt1969" 11th Feb 2011

High end? I have the 1gb version of this and I wouldn't call that high end.

Mighty Anorak

Min power requirement 450w rules my Dell Vostro out!


I'm currently running a Sapphire HD5670 on an Antec 350W, when apparently requires a 400W PSU - no stability problems at all!

SuperSambo

High end? I have the 1gb version of this and I wouldn't call that high … High end? I have the 1gb version of this and I wouldn't call that high end.



I was going to make the same point, really good price for what it is but a mid to high end card it is not. Voted hot tho, good bang for buck

Wiley

I'm currently running a Sapphire HD5670 on an Antec 350W, when apparently … I'm currently running a Sapphire HD5670 on an Antec 350W, when apparently requires a 400W PSU - no stability problems at all!



The 5670 sips power like a diesel engine does fuel, the 5750 uses double at peak load but even a 300w Dell psu will run it fine.

I have the slower 5650, i must just say that the 5650 and 5750 are the perfect home theatre cards. Audio on the card means that the hdmi delivers graphics and audio. The quality of output is superb as is the ability to display multiple 1080p streams without stutter.

I have had this card display four separate hd signals at once. Currently using to run my skyhd through my w7 media centre, virtually silent, 100% reliable. And virtually zero CPU usage, even when decoding the hd streams.
Edited by: "gazter" 11th Feb 2011

where does it stand compared with HD4870 @756mb ?

XFX *spits* one of worst for support ... least in Europe

Banned

masterchieff

don't take my word, but i think the 4870 is more powerful, but uses a lot … don't take my word, but i think the 4870 is more powerful, but uses a lot more power. i think it's similar to the 5770 (just looking quickly), but doesn't have directx 11 support for future releases.



yes 4870 is equivalent to 5770, but the 5770 supports DX11 and uses less power

active cooling on a low power card = nonsense. Seriously, the only reason one should consider this card is for its low power consumption. But then you'd expect to have a passive cooler. You can't do any sensible gaming on it. And for those of us who don't play games this card is overkill.

I got one of these bad boys (1gb) version, watercooled and running at 5770 speeds (yea I know its not quite the same performance).

Already had the cooling setup so it cost me nothing runs 28 deg idle ~50 deg load, and I play loads of modern games at 1080p. Performance vs price is really good on this card, getting another one once the 1gb prices drop.

Good price for mid range card. Dont expect fireworks from this bad boy though. Heat added

jamadaia

XFX *spits* one of worst for support ... least in Europe



I RMA'd an xfx4890 without problem. But i would still take an Asus / EVGA card over XFX any day of the week

Tyranicus66

Good price for mid range card. Dont expect fireworks from this bad boy … Good price for mid range card. Dont expect fireworks from this bad boy though. Heat added



Agree - definitely 'mid-range' rather than 'high' although two in X-Fire at this price would be very interesting. Price still good for the performance though, so heat added.

Gimme 4 X Gtx 580's to hell with the money,the enviroment (and my social life)!!

gooddeals9

yes 4870 is equivalent to 5770, but the 5770 supports DX11 and uses less … yes 4870 is equivalent to 5770, but the 5770 supports DX11 and uses less power



thanks guys, both of you. i fried mine with static when i took it out to clean its radiator. some learn the hard way.

i think i will go for GTX460. cheap ones go for 100£ on good days.
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