Tuesday, September 18th 2012

Club 3D Announces Radeon HD 7750 4GB and 1GB DDR3 Graphics Cards

Club 3D presents today its latest addition to the Radeon HD 7000 series, the Radeon HD 7750 4GB DDR3 and 1GB DDR3 graphic cards. The Radeon HD 7750 4GB DDR3 offers an incredible amount of frame buffer for those budget minded gamers.

Both cards utilize a custom cooler design with a single slot 50mm fan that ensures the card to remain cool at 57 ⁰C on average when gaming, extending the lifespan of the card and operate stable at high speed. The HD 7750 4GB also consumes 3W less power under load and is fully powered through the PCI Express interface, meaning it does not require an external power connector, offering more compatibility with older generation power supplies. Run games at full HD by upgrading from your old onboard graphic card and boost performance by up to 7x compared to previous generation Radeon graphic cards. Add more and faster memory and enhance your internet experience, watching online video's, photo and video editing has never been this smooth and fast, experience true speed with the Club 3D Radeon HD 7750 4GB DDR3.

OVERCLOCK
The Radeon HD 7750 offers great performance with the GPU clocked at 800 MHz and the memory at 1600 MHz, with an overclocking headroom at 900 MHz for GPU and 2000 MHz on memory and Beyond.

FEATURES AND ADVANTAGES
The Club 3D Radeon HD 7750 4GB embodies the maturity of the 28nm process, and the scalability of the Graphics Core Next architecture. This card also features an extension to AMD Powertune technology called "ZeroCore Power", which allows the graphic card and its components to save power by dynamically adjusting both voltage and clockspeed to a mere 3W with ZCP idle mode enabled.

ZEROCORE POWER
AMD is introducing with the Southern Islands chipset their long idle power saving technology. Now the graphic card can turn off most of its functional units of the GPU, when they are unused, leaving only the PCI Express bus and other components active. This as a result, reduce the power consumption from 15W at idle to under 3W in long idle, a power level low enough that ZeroCore Power shuts off the fan as there is no heat generated further saving energy.

ZeroCore Power will put CrossFireX grapics cards in ZCP mode when not in use.

Graphics Core Next (GCN) Architecture and AMD App Acceleration
A revolutionary new architecture. Jump right into GPGPU applications today with Microsoft C++ AMP and OpenCL for spectacular performance with the GCN architecture. From video editors to Internet browsers, AMD App Acceleration is a supercharger for everyday applications. The Club 3D Radeon HD 7750 was engineered for the revolution in GPU compute.

PCI EXPRESS 3.0
4 years after the introduction of PCI-E 2.0, the all new PCI-E 3.0 specification is now introduced. Providing 1GB/sec per lane bidirectional, which for a X16 device means 16 GB/sec, doubling 8 GB/sec on the previous generation.

FAST HDMI TECHNOLOGY
With the introduction of the HD 6000 Series, HDMI 1.4a implementation allows the graphic card to enable Stereo 3D on HDTVs or monitor displays, this same feature is also found on the new HD 7750. Now with the introduction of HDMI support for 4K x 2K displays, the HD 7950 is now able to run 4K x 2K displays (max resolution 4096x3112) over HDMI along with being able to support 1080p Stereo 3D at 120fps (60Hz/eye), with the current standard set at 48fps (24Hz/eye).

AMD HD3D TECHNOLOGY
AMD HD3D is a technology designed to enable stereoscopic 3D support in games, movies and/or photos. Additional hardware (e.g., 3D-enabled panels, 3D-enabled glasses/emitter, Blu-ray 3D drive) and/or software (e.g., Blu-ray 3D discs, 3D middleware, games) are required for the enablement of stereoscopic 3D. Not all features may be supported on all components or systems—check with your component or system manufacturer for specific model capabilities and supported technologies. AMD HD3D technology is enabled on ATI Radeon HD 5000 Series GPUs and above using Catalyst 10.10 or later, however Blu-ray 3D playback is only supported on AMD Radeon HD 6000 Series GPUs and above.

APPLICATION PERFORMANCE
Take Handbrake, for example. Handbrake is a world renowned, open source video transcoding utility for Mac OS, Windows and Linux. Millions of people use this application every day to prepare videos on their PC for use on the road with smartphones or tablets. Over the past year, AMD has worked closely with the development team to introduce OpenCL acceleration into the transcoding pipeline, and the performance is exceptional.

Other applications used by millions of people every day, like WinZip®, can now leverage the tremendous compute power of Graphics Core Next, too. Compared to both processors and competing graphics cards, AMD Radeon products can free system resources and get you back to work more quickly.

Efficiency was a corollary goal. By transitioning to the industry’s first 28nm process, we could design an architecture that not only packed more compute units into a given space, but more complicated and capable compute units. Any of our GPUs can offer more performance than analogous products from previous or competing architecture and the HD 7750 is just the graphic card you are looking for, low power consumption while making quick work of applications like Adobe Photoshop CS6.

Learn more about the Club 3D Radeon HD 7750 4GB DDR3 here.

Learn more about the Club 3D Radeon HD 7750 1GB DDR3 here.
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17 Comments on Club 3D Announces Radeon HD 7750 4GB and 1GB DDR3 Graphics Cards

#1
Ghost
Coming up on "The Forums": why can't I play games on high settings? My video card is 4GB!
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eidairaman1
by: Ghost
Coming up on "The Forums": why can't I play games on high settings? My video card is 4GB!
ya funny thing is these should be GDDR5 based parts.
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#3
THE_EGG
In all seriousness, why do companies stick huge amounts of RAM on low/mid range video cards when they can't actually utilize all of it? Is it just a marketing tool? or.. am I missing something?
I do like the single slot design though.
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#4
Ghost
by: eidairaman1
ya funny thing is these should be GDDR5 based parts.
4GB version should not be at all. 2GB is an overkill for 7750.
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#5
eidairaman1
by: Ghost
4GB version should not be at all. 2GB is an overkill for 7750.
eh not really more games are using the 2GB Frame Buffer actually.

Ya I agree with the Singleslot design. Too bad there is no quad fire though.

btw different markets and niches ok.
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#6
Ghost
by: eidairaman1
eh not really more games are using the 2GB Frame Buffer actually.

Ya I agree with the Singleslot design. Too bad there is no quad fire though.
But to make games use 2GB VRAM, you need to run them with high settings, high levels of AA at high resolution, etc. 7750 isn't fast enough to handle these settings, so it won't make use of 2GB VRAM. Unless we're talking about CF configs, ofc.
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eidairaman1
by: Ghost
But to make games use 2GB VRAM, you need to run them with high settings, high levels of AA at high resolution, etc. 7750 isn't fast enough to handle these settings, so it won't make use of 2GB VRAM. Unless we're talking about CF configs, ofc.
at a certain resolutions that card will actually need it.
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#8
btarunr
Editor & Senior Moderator
by: THE_EGG
In all seriousness, why do companies stick huge amounts of RAM on low/mid range video cards when they can't actually utilize all of it? Is it just a marketing tool? or.. am I missing something?
I do like the single slot design though.
Because there actually is a gargantuan market for such cards.
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#9
Ghost
by: eidairaman1
at a certain resolutions that card will actually need it.
It would need it, IF it was fast enough. But it's not. Almost all TPU benchmarked games, except Diablo III, Battleforge and Starcraft II, show that 7750 is not fast enough to play @ 1920x1200 with 4xAA. Which means one won't be playing at these settings. And that means that 2GB is indeed an overkill for this card.
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#10
eidairaman1
by: Ghost
It would need it, IF it was fast enough. But it's not. Almost all TPU benchmarked games, except Diablo III and Starcraft II, show that 7750 is not fast enough to play @ 1920x1200 with 4xAA. Which means one won't be playing at these settings. And that means that 2GB is indeed an overkill for this card.
for such a card at the lower resolutions would need it, BF3 i heard actually fills it up.
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#11
Ghost
by: eidairaman1
for such a card at the lower resolutions would need it, BF3 i heard actually fills it up.
Nah, at res this card can play at, BF3 won't use much more than 1GB.

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#12
sergionography
by: THE_EGG
In all seriousness, why do companies stick huge amounts of RAM on low/mid range video cards when they can't actually utilize all of it? Is it just a marketing tool? or.. am I missing something?
I do like the single slot design though.
because most people will look at a pc with 4gb vram vs 2gb and automatically assume the 4gb one is better, even though a 2gb gddr5 is actually better
so its all a marketing trick which works for majority of people
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#13
blibba
by: eidairaman1
eh not really more games are using the 2GB Frame Buffer actually.

Ya I agree with the Singleslot design. Too bad there is no quad fire though.

btw different markets and niches ok.
Quad fire would be gimped by bandwidth. Probably lower min FPS at high settings than a single GDDR5 7750.

by: sergionography
because most people will look at a pc with 4gb vram vs 2gb and automatically assume the 4gb one is better, even though a 2gb gddr5 is actually better
so its all a marketing trick which works for majority of people
Yup.
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#14
eidairaman1
by: blibba
Quad fire would be gimped by bandwidth. Probably lower min FPS at high settings than a single GDDR5 7750.



Yup.
ya true since this is GDDR3 they are talking about, (Borked card)
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#15
NeoXF
...maybe run a RAM-drive off of it? LOL

In all seriousness tho, yup, marketing gimmick, trust me, a lot of idiots go for it, some will go for stuff with bigger that/more of that even after you've shown them charts proving being trounced by cards with "lesser" specs...
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#16
nt300
by: Ghost
But to make games use 2GB VRAM, you need to run them with high settings, high levels of AA at high resolution, etc. 7750 isn't fast enough to handle these settings, so it won't make use of 2GB VRAM. Unless we're talking about CF configs, ofc.
The game will still not use up all that 2GB VRAM. Game developers have bad habbit of bad gaming coding. They need to resolve this problem then we will see 2GB and 4GB being properly used.
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#17
Ghost
by: nt300
The game will still not use up all that 2GB VRAM. Game developers have bad habbit of bad gaming coding. They need to resolve this problem then we will see 2GB and 4GB being properly used.
That's what I'm trying to say. BF3 gets over 1.5GB tho.
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