Sapphire single slot low profile HD 7750 revealed at Computex 2012
Ryan Martin / 351 days ago
The HD 7750 is an entry level GPU, on par with a HD 5770/GTX 550Ti in performance. Sapphire have managed to squeeze all this performance onto a single slot wide and low profile (PCI half height) graphics card making this an ideal solution for any width or height restricted cases. This particular card benefits from the low heat output of AMD’s 28nm manufacturing process and draws all its power from the PCI express bus – which is controlled by the 2+1+1 phase VRM with high grade driver MOSFETs.
Unsurprisingly Sapphire has stuck to reference clocks, to keep heat and power to a minimum. Like all HD 7750 GPUs this card has 512 GCN cores, a 128bit memory interface and 1GB of GDDR5. There are 3 display outputs, dual link DVI, mini-Display Port and mini-HDMI. Sapphire includes display adapters and a low profile half height PCI bracket. Cooling is done by what looks like a small 50mm fan and a black aluminium heatsink in direct contact with the GPU and memory chips.