HIS launches a cheaper yet powerful HD 7750

/ 7 years ago

Another graphics card, another partner version, this time from HIS with its own version of the HD 7750, now offering an inexpensive graphics solution yet offering the same level of graphics performance.

Aside from the various specs that remains mostly unchanged from the stock version, this new model does offer a custom cooler dubbed the ‘iCooler’. Transferring the heat away more efficiently, the distinctive design and smoothness allows for larger amount of  air to be drawn away from the cooler. Additionally the iCooler also features an extremely low noise level while operating with less than 28dB in 2D mode.

Supporting the latest DirectX 11.1 and Eyefinity 2.0 technologies, support for 3GHz HDMI 1.4a is also on offer along with the 7.1 channel surround sound and DisplayPort 1.2 HBR2 enabled quad HD.

Full HD 1080p is also supported along with the support for 30″ LCD monitors and TVs up to 80″ in size with 16:9 ratio and resolutions as high as 4096×2160.

Not only does this card offer low power consumption, the mixture of technologies implemented by AMD also help in providing some more frames rate, allowing the user itself to fine-tune the balance between performance and power consumption to obtain the best desired results.

Price wise, nothing specific has been said, but you can expect the HIS 7750 iCooler to it the shelves soon.

For more information, please refer to the official product page.

Source: Press Release

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