PowerColor has quietly released a new model based on Radeon HD 7750. This is the second known low-profile Radeon HD 7750. Sapphire was the first to showcase such model during Computex.
The slowest Cape Verde GPU is definitely not designed for gamers. The HD 7750 is a single-slot mid-range card, mostly to be mounted in media centers. Although, the reference design is not that small.
PowerColor launched their low-profile model hoping that many pc constructors will find their solution the most suitable. Actually, Sapphire model is not yet available, so strictly speaking, this is the first HD7750 on the market.
PowerColor’s HD7750 LP, doesn’t bring much of improvement over the reference model. In fact, it has the exact same specs. On the other hand, besides DVI-D and HDMI, this variant comes with an analog VGA display connector, so if anyone is still using this prehistoric output, it might be the proper card for them. Surprisingly, company claims that it has Eyefinity support for up to 6 displays.
Company did not reveal the price tag of this model.
|PowerColor HD7750 1GB GDDR5 LP Specification|
|Graphics Engine||RADEON HD7750|
|Video Memory||1GB GDDR5|
|Memory Clock||1125MHz x 4 (4.5 Gbps)|
|Bus Standard||PCIE 3.0|
|Standard Display Connecors||DL-DVI-D/HDMI/VGA|
|ATI Stream Technology||Support|
|ATI Eyefinity Technology||Support|
|ATI Hypermemory Technology|
|Power Specs + Board Dimensions|
|Minimum System Power requirement (W)||400W|