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Sapphire ATI Radeon HD 5750 1GB Review

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feedayeen 6th November 2009, 10:11 Quote
Your link is pointing to a deactivated 5870 for US buyers.
adamc 6th November 2009, 10:16 Quote
still no reason to replace my 8800GT it seems :D
javaman 6th November 2009, 10:26 Quote
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still no reason to replace my 8800GT it seems :D

Im beginning to wonder if there will ever come a time that 8800 will become redundant lol. Stilla place in the market for it....whatever its called these days.
[PUNK] crompers 6th November 2009, 10:26 Quote
you'd ahve to be silly to buy one of these cards for the DX11 compatibility, considering the performance gap we saw at DX10
RotoSequence 6th November 2009, 10:31 Quote
iwog 6th November 2009, 10:41 Quote
I was hoping this would be cost effective enough to replace my 8800GTS but it looks like I may have to wait a while longer.
Sheiken 6th November 2009, 11:00 Quote
Hmm where would the 9800gtx+ be in those graphs?
smc8788 6th November 2009, 11:03 Quote
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Hmm where would the 9800gtx+ be in those graphs?

Same as the 4850.
mi1ez 6th November 2009, 11:11 Quote
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Hmm where would the 9800gtx+ be in those graphs?

Same as the 4850.
Depending on the game of course!
eek 6th November 2009, 12:08 Quote
Looks like it's the wrong side of a ton to me!

It seems to run very cool and quiet though, I guess that would make it reasonably good for HTPCs?
Veles 6th November 2009, 12:09 Quote
The 4890 still the budget card of choice?
Bindibadgi 6th November 2009, 12:23 Quote
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The 4890 still the budget card of choice?

Depends your budget.

I'm looking at 4850/GTS 250 for "affordable" buyers guide. 5750 would be in this market but it's 40% more expensive :/
[USRF]Obiwan 6th November 2009, 14:29 Quote
I agree about the conclusion of the GTX260 Core being a better choice. However the HD5850 is getting close in the price range of around 200 euro. I think people that want to upgrade should wait until NVIDIA introduces their DX11 card. Maybe we hopefully see some shifts in the budget and mid price range. I at least now know that my good old GT8800 is getting to old for this **** ;)
Arkanrais 6th November 2009, 16:28 Quote
It's good to see the GTX260 I bought a couple of weeks ago was a good choice. I managed to find a galaxy GTX260+ overclocked for $230 (same $ as a stock HD 4870) when most retail stock 260's start at $280 (NZ prices). the fan makes a hell of a racket if left to its own devices, but a quick manual adjustment calms down the vaccum cleaner of a cooler (could be great as an HTPC card with the fan set to 10%)
ATi's new midrange cards have been pretty disappointing, and lack of Fermi is chaffing my nips right now.
Is it just me or is there a lack of upcoming hardware to get excited about?
trig 6th November 2009, 16:59 Quote
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Originally Posted by crompers
you'd ahve to be silly to buy one of these cards for the DX11 compatibility, considering the performance gap we saw at DX10

exactly...if we learned anything from the 8800 gtx when dx10 came, it's that we shouldn't worry about what it WILL support, as the performance will likely take a massive hit. i agree, this is not a good buy at all right now...
Dave_M 6th November 2009, 17:02 Quote
This card needs to be at it's MSRP for it to make sense. That means £75 ex VAT which is towards the high end of ATI's MSRP. Only £65 ex vat for the 512MB version. What a fantastic little card that would be.
javaman 6th November 2009, 17:44 Quote
will any of the HD5xxx series cars be single slot?
fatty beef 6th November 2009, 18:38 Quote
What about a bottleneck running in cross fire through one x16 and one x4 pci2.0 slots? Or will the slower slot cripple that idea?
GanjaStar 6th November 2009, 19:43 Quote
Hey guys, what is up with your gtx260 framerates. every review i check different fallout 3. and im talking drastically lower then what you guys showed in 2008 benches of the same card....

ieven in this review a gtx260 gets more fps at 2560 4aa then 1680 4aa?
frontline 6th November 2009, 22:14 Quote
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will any of the HD5xxx series cars be single slot?

I'd be surprised, the 4850 was a nice single slot card, but it ran as hot as hell. Two of them in crossfire dumped a LOT of heat into the case.
Dave_M 7th November 2009, 00:38 Quote
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will any of the HD5xxx series cars be single slot?

For sure, yes.
feedayeen 7th November 2009, 02:54 Quote
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will any of the HD5xxx series cars be single slot?

For sure, yes.

It looks like the entire 5XXX series will support 3 displays. I'd be a little difficult for them to do that unless they get rid of that second DVI output.
Baz 7th November 2009, 08:11 Quote
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Originally Posted by GanjaStar
Hey guys, what is up with your gtx260 framerates. every review i check different fallout 3. and im talking drastically lower then what you guys showed in 2008 benches of the same card....

ieven in this review a gtx260 gets more fps at 2560 4aa then 1680 4aa?

If that's Fallout 3, It's a driver bug that only effects lower resolutions. Crysis numbers, COD numbers and Stalker numbers are all fine - it's just FO3 that's buggy on Nvidia hardware.
Dannythemusicman 7th November 2009, 09:52 Quote
I've been with a 4850 for over a year now - and for £4£ I just can't see why ATI thinks this card has a place in the market. It seems to perform with a few frames on most tests - I will be taking your advice for now and saving my pennys for a 5850/70 :D
Dave_M 7th November 2009, 14:18 Quote
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It looks like the entire 5XXX series will support 3 displays. I'd be a little difficult for them to do that unless they get rid of that second DVI output.

Even when 5400 or wotever they will call it comes out? The low end always has had a single slot gfx card as well as a low profile one. I'm sure one will eventually be released.
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