After presenting the Radeon HD 7970 and 7950 in the high-end class, AMD continues to launch new product lines. Now, in middle class, AMD presented several series.
One of them is the Radeon HD 7750 that used on this Asus EAH7750-1GD5. The graphics card is relatively economical. Because the edges not have the power supply port. This meaning graphics card has power consumption below 75 watts.
In terms of appearance, Asus EAH7750/1GD5 design is very similar with Asus EAH6670/DIS/1GD5 which also present in this edition.
Both of this graphic cards have dimension, cooling system design (using aluminum heatsink), as well as a large fan that can be said almost alike. Similarly, output port options to the monitor are similar too, consisting of DVI, HDMI, and Display Port.
Despite having a similar appearance, thsi doesn’t mean both of this graphics cards have same performance anyway. Since different generations and class, Asus EAH7750/1GD5 clearly surpass the Radeon HD 6670. Performance is pretty good for a mainstream class with affordable price. However, in some heavy gaming, the graphics card looks overwhelmed when used in high detail settings.
|Unigine Heaven 2.5||35.5 fps||25.1 fps|
|– Medium||85.53 fps||67.36 fps|
|– Ultra||39.01 fps||27.32 fps|
|STALKER||68.9 fps||47.5 fps|
|core speed||820 MHz|
|memory speed||4000 MHz|
|memory capacity||1 GB GDDR5|
|price||U.S. $ 162|