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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 architecture.

Our colleagues at Neoseeker have examined the case of the Sapphire HD 7750 1GB Low Profile. That’s the opportunity to discover that, despite its minimalist cooler that might not reassure, the card does not even reach 60° C in Crysis 2 or Uningine Heaven 3.0 and enabled them to reach a total PC consumption of less than 150W, even with a Core i7-2700K overclocked to 4.4GHz! Icing on the cake, the card overclocked perfectly and the 1100MHz (800MHz against the original) GPU would be an objective quite possible for those who find a HD 7750 just a little too basic for their use…

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