ATI FirePro V3750
Released August, 2008
The Pros:Great performance with 3D rendering software or imaging software. Outperforms much of the competition in this price bracket as a workstation/moderate gaming card. Does not require auxiliary power like some cards of this type.
The ATI FirePro V3750 is an entry-level video card for 3D workstations with a few added modifications over the V3700. While still among the most basic of the FirePro series, it comes with the addition of 2 DisplayPort Outputs.
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Those who have DisplayPort compatible monitors will be able to take full advantage of all of the card's features using these inputs as well as the standard 2 DVI outputs.
As with the V3700, it comes with 256MB of on-board RAM, but uses 320 Unified Shader Engines instead of 40 general Stream Processors.
- PCI Express 2.0 x16 bus interface
- 256MB GDDR3
- Dual-Link DVI-I Outputs
- 2 DisplayPort Outputs
- 18-, 24-, and 30-bit digital displays at resolutions up to 2560x1600
- Microsoft DirectX 10.1 support and OpenGL 3.0 support
- 320 Unified Shader Engine
- Multi-sample and Custom Filter anti-aliasing
- Certification for many CAD and DCC applications
User Reviews (1)
Great performance with 3D rendering software or imaging software
Outperforms much of the competition in this price bracket as a workstation/moderate gaming card
Does not require auxiliary power like some cards of this type
Very quiet operation, cannot hear fan during rendering work
Reasonable and stable operating temperatures, (~50 degrees) even without much cooling
Performance noticeably more stable than cheaper budget cards
No detectable lag when doing graphics-intensive work (e.g. CAD, lighting)
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