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Diamond Multimedia Announces Radeon HD 7750 BizView Graphics Card

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Diamond Multimedia today announced the availability of the Biz View 750 (BV750) Low Profile AMD Radeon HD 7750 1G GDDR5 video graphics card, the new addition to BizView Multi Screen Video Cards line. The BV750 is built with award-winning GCN Architecture and the AMD Radeon HD 7750 Series GPU with the industry's first 28nm GPU design and GDDR5 memory. Performance and power-saving are both come to a higher level.

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7750 - 5760 resolution - fast paced gaming experience.
Somebody needs to be shot in the face and vaporised.
 
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hehe.. i like the shroud design, it looks like full size card in smaller size
 
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Sweet :). It says: "along with Xfire technology", so can you software crossfire these on a mATX board e.g?
 
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There was a time when Diamond cards were synonymous to high end gaming. Nowadays, even their box looks all plain and stuff.
 
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7750 - 5760 resolution - fast paced gaming experience.
Somebody needs to be shot in the face and vaporised.
Bad Piggies :laugh:
 
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There was a time when Diamond cards were synonymous to high end gaming. Nowadays, even their box looks all plain and stuff.
Yep, they just pretty much buy whole cards and change the name now. Customer service is horrible too. I stopped buying their brands for at least 5 years now
 
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I gave up on Diamond GPU cards years ago as their products were always Bug ridden. You couldn't pay me to use one of their products these days.