PowerColor HD 5750 Low Profile 1 GB 9

PowerColor HD 5750 Low Profile 1 GB Review

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AMD has had a complete DirectX 11 lineup for several months now, whereas NVIDIA is still building their product stack. The Radeon HD 5750 is one of the lower mid-range, budget-oriented models AMD is offering at this time, with the HD 5400, HD 5500, and HD 5600 series being slower. With a price range in the sub-$150 segment, these are also the cards that many of the budget gamers will buy, and NVIDIA will offer a new card, the GeForce GTS 450 in this segment, soon.

PowerColor is the first manufacturer to create a low-profile HD 5700 Series card which should fit most media PC cases (slim form-factor cases in general), on the market that have the space for a dual-slot graphics card. Specs-wise, the card follows the reference clock speeds, with the major innovation being the compact form factor, PCB design and cooler here.

HD 4770
GTS 250
HD 4850
HD 5750
HD 5750 LP
HD 4870
HD 5770
Shader units 640128800720720800800
Memory Size512 MB 1024 MB 512 MB 1024 MB 1024 MB 512 MB 1024 MB
Memory Bus Width 128 bit 256 bit 256 bit 128 bit 128 bit 256 bit 128 bit
Core Clock750 MHz 738 MHz 625 MHz 700 MHz 700 MHz 750 MHz 850 MHz
Memory Clock800 MHz 1100 MHz 993 MHz 1150 MHz 1150 MHz 900 MHz 1200 MHz
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