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PowerColor SCS3 HD7850 review

PowerColor SCS3 HD7850 review
PowerColor has already released its recently announcement,  the HD 7850 1GB SCS3 a passive card and therefore totally silent. Our colleagues at HeXus.net just post their test of the beast, which is indeed ready for grilling with an operating temperature close to 100 °C, even with ventilation box!  In other words, the true passive mode will hardly be possible with this beautiful beast, which rapidly locks out (throttle)… Read the full review at hexus.net.
May 20, 2013 | 71 Views | Components, Graphics Cards

PowerColor HD 7850 1GB SCS3 passive is official

PowerColor HD 7850 1GB SCS3 passive is official
UPDATE: Price added PowerColor had already tease their card on Facebook, and now come the time to formalize the first passive HD 7850 on the market: the HD 7850 SCS3. In terms of features it is important not to expect a factory or other overclocking. We are dealing with a Pitcairn Pro GPU of 1024SP clocked at 850MHz and accompanied by 1GB of GDDR5 1200MHz over 256-bit bus. It is cooled by an imposing radiator with 6 heat pipes of 6mm in diameter, but that is not the only reason for the success of the passive HD 7850. PowerColor also relies on the use of  the “Gold Power Kit”, a name that the company gave to the use of high quality components to reduce energy losses and therefore...
May 9, 2013 | 57 Views | Components, Graphics Cards

PowerColor prepares a passive Radeon HD 7850

PowerColor prepares a passive Radeon HD 7850
It sounds a little crazy at first, and yet … Power Color seems determined to propose in the near future a totally passive version of the HD 7850 and with standard base frequency of 800 MHz for the GPU and 4800 MHz for the memory: The PowerColor HD7850 SCS3. The solution passes through no less than 8 heatpipes and aluminum fins. The radiator does not exceed the impressions of the PCB, at least in the longitudinal direction. A very interesting project from the brand.  
April 12, 2013 | 48 Views | Components, Graphics Cards

Sapphire HD 7750 1GB Low Profile Review

Sapphire HD 7750 1GB Low Profile Review
If you need a low profile graphics card for your slim HTPC or why not upgrade a “large area” computer that does not accept this format there? If you do not abandon any desire to play, the choices become very rare and the small HD 7750 LP recently launched can become interesting choices for you while enjoying some games in addition to very good energy performance of the entry-level GCN...
September 17, 2012 | 126 Views | Components, Graphics Cards

Club 3D HD 7750 low-profile HTPC graphics review

Club 3D HD 7750 low-profile HTPC graphics review
Our colleagues from TechPowerUp! were interested in what could be the most powerful low-profile graphics card currently available on the market: Radeon HD 7750, by Club 3D. Quite rare in the low-profile card segment, Club 3D has kept the characteristics of the original, thus leaving the 512 processing units of its GPU at 800 MHz, while the 1GB of GDDR5 is clocked at 1125 MHz. While there is no...
August 30, 2012 | 166 Views | Components, Graphics Cards

HIS announces its HD 7750 Low Profile graphics card

HIS announces its HD 7750 Low Profile graphics card
After Powercolorformally , and Sapphire informally, here is HIS! The latter has its Radeon HD 7750 Low Profile, which means it can fit into a bunch of small PCs or HTPCs with pretty cool and powerful graphics. Certainly it will be LP, but its 40mm dual-slot cooler, depending on the case, may be problematic. Otherwise it looks pretty nice, I must admit that this type of format has generated not very...
July 26, 2012 | 181 Views | Components, Graphics Cards

Zotac launches GeForce GT 630 and 640: Passive graphics for HTPC

Zotac launches GeForce GT 630 and 640: Passive graphics for HTPC
Zotac, the miniPcs expert, launched yesterday two new graphics cards with passive cooling, particularly suitable for the design of multimedia computers (HTPCs). Zotac Geforce Gt 630 Zone Edition While the integrated GPUs of AMD and Intel platforms provide modern Full HD video decoding, and the dedicated entry-level GPUs are not at the level of most video games, what good are these cards graphics? The...
July 18, 2012 | 262 Views | Components, Graphics Cards

PowerColor HD 7750 LP: A single slot low profile Radeon for HTPC

PowerColor HD 7750 LP: A single slot low profile Radeon for HTPC
PowerColer offers a Radeon HD 7750 Low Profile format aimed to HTPC. As it’s names shows, it works without additional power connector. The PowerColor HD 7750 LP is a single slot solution in Low profile format. It features a 28 nm Cape Verde 800 MHz GPU supported by 1GB of GDDR5 at 1,125 MHz operated by a 128-bit memory bus. Under the hood we find 32 CoreNext TMUs and 16 ROPs. The manufacturer...
July 2, 2012 | 353 Views | Components, Graphics Cards
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