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XFX Outs FX 7750 Monster Graphics Card

Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, Jan 29, 2013.

  1. btarunr

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    To cash in on the Chinese Lunar New Year shopping season, XFX launched the FX 7750 Monster graphics card in the greater China region. Pictured below, the non-reference design Radeon HD 7750 graphics card uses 1 GB of GDDR5 memory across a 128-bit wide memory interface, reference clock speeds of 800 MHz core with 4.50 GHz (GDDR5-effective) memory; a swanky fan-heatsink with a 90 mm fan; 4-phase VRM that relies on the PCI-Express slot for power; and display outputs that include one each of dual-link DVI, HDMI, and D-Sub. The XFX FX 7750 Monster is priced at 799 RMB (US $128).

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    The PCB looks so empty, I wonder what's under the shroud, 2 chokes and 3 caps?
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    How is it a monster?
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    A MONTER waste of money? You can get a 7770 for that much.
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    Monster Huh???!! Wait until Someone actually tries to record some gameplay with their "monster" XFX 77Blah Blah edition.
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    HD7750 Monster, i genuinly laughed. And what a name... FX...
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    Its for the Chinese market noobs
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    Have you seen the 6670 Godzilla?
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    The red claw marks signify the "Monster" name - copied from the green claw marks that Monster Energy Drink uses. Very close to a trademark infringement, IMHO...
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    That's the point of this card. It's a MONSTER and it doesn't give a damn about any trademarks/copyrights! :laugh:
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    waste?
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    Oooo... I want two for a "MONSTER" cross-fire setup......

    OH wait, no cross-fire link...

    friggin monster forgot his dentures at home....
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    +1.

    Monster card? I would call that a monster marketing fail. And for that price, you could get a 7770...
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    so basically a 7750 with the casing of an ACTUAL graphics card put on top so it "looks" better????? im truly confused
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    Wow Face plant all around... When I first saw the title I figured it would be one of those 850Mhz, with a 6-pin, a decent power section, and I was considering something with single heat-pipe in extrude aluminum (like MSI) so you could OC it . Nope, no substance just piss poor marketing and Monster MSRP. The only thing that they could have done more wrong... staddle it with DDR3. :D
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    I was expecting some kind of crazy overclock budget card; I will be leaving now.

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