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[Best Buy] CC/ME: ASUS Radeon HD 7750 1GB Video Card - $69.99 AR (PM = $67.49)

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[Best Buy] CC/ME: ASUS Radeon HD 7750 1GB Video Card - $69.99 AR (PM = $67.49)

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If you're comparing the 7770 and 7750 on price alone you're missing the big picture.

The 7770 requires an aux power connector.

The 7750 doesn't.

The 7750 uses just the pci-e slot for power.

Therefore, the 7750 serves as pretty much the most powerful vid card you can get (last time I checked) that you can slap into a basic computer without having to worry about upgrading your power supply etc. This serves the many people that have sub-400/500 dollar Dell systems and the like ... as well as people with HTPC systems.

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Can this be used plug and play in a Intel Power Mac?
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is this a good graphics card? can it run new games like Battlefield3, crysis2, farcry3 at high graphics, 1650*1080 res, and maintaining a smooth 30fps?
(maybe i'm pushing it, medium-high graphics?)
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unoriginal5 wrote:
Feb 10th, 2013 1:28 am
is this a good graphics card? can it run new games like Battlefield3, crysis2, farcry3 at high graphics, 1650*1080 res, and maintaining a smooth 30fps?
(maybe i'm pushing it, medium-high graphics?)
It'll run those games just fine, and although you probably won't hit 60fps with the more taxing games, it'll hit 30fps easily.
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how is this card vs the one in my sig: nvidia GTS 450?
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Anyone know if this was a rebranded card?(As in last gen tech with a new model number). Would also like to know if this is comparable to the XFX black edition card. Looking to run BF3 on low-med settings at 1920x1080. Usually I keep up with tech but I haven't kept up with the video card segment haha.
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blind56 wrote:
Feb 10th, 2013 11:09 am
Anyone know if this was a rebranded card?(As in last gen tech with a new model number).
I believe the 7750 is essentially the same as the 6670 GDDR5.
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JustBob wrote:
Feb 10th, 2013 4:30 pm
I believe the 7750 is essentially the same as the 6670 GDDR5.
From this, it looks like the 7750M ranks about the same as the 6670 GDDR5. The 7750 is three lines above. Whether that's significant, I have no idea.
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