Overall and FV

The XFX R7750 Double Dissipation Black Edition falls into an interesting area. You are obviously not paying for a high end card, but we were surprised to find out that you can still expect to play most of today’s games on their highest settings. Playing games like Battlefield that require a lot of processing power will mean you have to turn the settings down a little bit. But for some people you aren’t looking for top performance, or in a lot of cases you are looking for the best performance that you can afford in your budget. With this being the Double Dissipation Black Edition not only do you get a very long name, but you are also getting XFX’s all aluminum fan shroud, a 100 Mhz (12.5%) jump in performance, and two cooling fans. My only problem with this card isn’t even with this card at all; it’s priced very close to low end versions of the HD 7770 that has even better performance. Of course going that route you won’t end up with all of the features of the XFX cards or their kick ass styling. 


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garfi3ld replied the topic: #25217 19 May 2012 01:30
Another good looking card from XFX

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