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Every time we get one of Sapphires Ultimate Edition cards in I am always blown away at their cooling power considering their noise output(silent). The HD 7750 Ultimate is no different; in fact its cooling performance was so good that I really wish they would have done this with a slightly warmer card like the HD 7770 so we could see even better performance. Speaking of performance the HD 7750 isn’t anything to write home about, giving you performance similar to the HD 5770, a card that has been around for a very long time. But having said that, there is no way that two years ago that the HD 5770 could have been turned into a Silent card due to its heat output. That shows you the improvements in AMD’s thermal output along with improvements in Sapphires heatsink design. This card is not for everyone, but if you are looking to avoid the typical noise from GPU’s, this is the best performing option on the market right now.

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garfi3ld replied the topic: #23789 13 Mar 2012 20:35
A silent video card for anyone looking to keep things quiet
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Arxon replied the topic: #23814 14 Mar 2012 00:38
This card would be perfect in a HTPC

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