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AMD Radeon HD 6750


$125.99 Released April, 2011

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Excellent performance, can run many games at fairly high settings. Works well in CrossFireX mode with a similar card. Takes up very little space in the case, nice for smaller motherboards.

The Cons:Driver installer isn't compatible with Windows 7 64 bit. Can't quite run modern games on full settings, usually need to dial it back a bit for fast framerates.

The AMD Radeon HD 6750 is a low-end to mid-range discrete PCI-E 2.1 x16 desktop graphics processor meant to be the successor of the AMD Radeon HD 5750. It features 1GB of GDDR5 graphical memory, 720 Stream Processors and full DirectX 11 support.

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Additionally, the Radeon HD 6750 sports AMD Eyefinity technology, AMD HD3D technology and CrossFireX capability.

The Radeon HD 6750's DirectX 11 support means that it can take full advantage of DirectX 11 titles' graphical enhancements including Shader Model 5.0, HDR texture compression and accelerated multi-threading. Its AMD Eyefinity technology allows a single Radeon HD 6750 to power up to 3 displays simultaneously while two Radeon HD 6750s allow for up to 6 displays. Meanwhile, the Radeon HD 6750's AMD HD3D technology allows it to handle Blu-ray 3D video for full 3D media support.

Features

  • PCI-E 2.1 x16 interface
  • 1GB of GDDR5 graphical memory
  • 720 Stream Processors
  • Full DirectX 11 support
  • AMD Eyefinity technology
  • AMD HD3D technology
  • CrossFireX capability

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    excellent performance, can run many games at fairly high settings

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    works well in CrossFireX mode with a similar card

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    takes up very little space in the case, nice for smaller motherboards

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    doesn't take up an extra slot inside, fan is relatively low-profile

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    priced reasonably enough for anyone to be able to afford it

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    driver installer isn't compatible with Windows 7 64 bit

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    can't quite run modern games on full settings, usually need to dial it back a bit for fast framerates

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