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Hardware Sapphire ATI Radeon HD 5750 1GB Review

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Guest-16, 6 Nov 2009.

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  2. feedayeen

    feedayeen New Member

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    Your link is pointing to a deactivated 5870 for US buyers.
     
  3. adamc

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    still no reason to replace my 8800GT it seems :D
     
  4. javaman

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    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.
     
  5. [PUNK] crompers

    [PUNK] crompers Dremedial

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    you'd ahve to be silly to buy one of these cards for the DX11 compatibility, considering the performance gap we saw at DX10
     
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  7. iwog

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    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.
     
  8. Sheiken

    Sheiken Wat?

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    Hmm where would the 9800gtx+ be in those graphs?
     
  9. smc8788

    smc8788 ...at least I have chicken

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    Same as the 4850.
     
  10. mi1ez

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    Depending on the game of course!
     
  11. eek

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    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?
     
  12. Veles

    Veles DUR HUR

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    The 4890 still the budget card of choice?
     
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    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 :/
     
  14. [USRF]Obiwan

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    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 **** ;)
     
  15. Arkanrais

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    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?
     
  16. trig

    trig god's little mistake

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    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...
     
  17. Dave_M

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    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.
     
  18. javaman

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    will any of the HD5xxx series cars be single slot?
     
  19. fatty beef

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    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?
     
  20. GanjaStar

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    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?
     
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