AMD Radeon HD 7750 Pro 1GB Graphics Card Review
Chris Hadley / 459 days ago
Following the successful launch of the 7900 series graphics cards from AMD, next in the pipeline from AMD are the 7000 series entry level cards that are for the lower end of the market and designed to cater for the everyday user.
The new 7700 series cards, based on the Cape Verde 28nm Graphics Core Next (GCN) Architecture, offers up the most advanced graphics that AMD has to offer – for everyone. Whilst the 7900 ‘Tahiti’ range of graphics cards are with out a doubt the fastest and most advanced cards in production right now, these are aimed at the top end of the market where most entry level users would find these cards either too expensive or too much for their needs.
As mentioned, the Cape Verde cards are the first step onto the 7000 series ladder for most users offering up a cost effective solution for bringing their systems up to date without making such a dent in the bank account as the high end 7900 series would in comparison.
These cards would be ideal for those that need a card that can perform and offer the new technologies but dont need the frame crunching performance that can be had from the 7900 series of cards. Whilst these card won’t offer the same full bodied performance during gaming, as we will see later on, they are still perfectly adequate to offer up a resonable performance level for a little bit of light gaming every now and again.