Discussion in 'Reviews' started by W1zzard, Aug 30, 2010.
To read this review go to: http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Powercolor/HD_5750_Low_Profile/
that is a stunning little card! fantastic review as always W1zzard.
it was really excellent to see that temps were still in check, noise levels weren't too high, great overclocking headroom was still availaible, and you can still CFX over the pci-e bus.
I think it's absolutely amazing to see the power you can get in low profile cards these days.
Fantastic review W1zzard.
Great to see that this card lives up it's expectations.
Just one thing I'd like to point out, it's that in Value and Conclusion, on the thumbs up, you said it supports and I quote:
Is this right?
fixed .. too many nvidia cards recently .. got like 6 reviews for the upcoming card next week
Alright! Glad I could help.
I look forward to those reviews.
At the end of the day reading Wizzards reviews makes it all good. I love coming back here. Unbiased opinions about cards n such. Keep it up.
really good card, If I needed a new HTPC card I would buy it
what upcoming card, is it in the 6 series
Seems to me it's most likely to be the GTS 450.
This has got to be the most impressive low profile card ever.
Five phases using Renessas DrMOS chippery and an onboard PCIe 6pin connector - nothing like conventional low profile card VRM. 256bit worth of GDDR5 onboard, though in clamshell mode, as in halved to 128bit.
About as fast as HD4870 at ~½ the wattage!
I have to say i am very impressed with this card, the only thing holding me back from buying one is the palit low profile gtx450 mainly due to folding and unknown noise and temps. my htpc has a passivly cooled ati 3450 thus useless for gaming or folding
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