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Mar 21, 12 at 3:48pm
NiceReview


Well shoot I got their 6670 Silent card a couple months back thinking the 7000series version (which isn't out yet) was going to be a rebrand with slight overclock but instead the teir above it performed pretty well for a passive card! and about what I paid for the 6670.

I do the quiet computing, light gaming thing (Path of Exile, Diablo 3, Skyrim, Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning all played well so no major complaints)



Mar 21, 12 at 2:29am
Vagabond


quote Volaricabarrra
It's using passive cooler from what I saw in the review? But I guess with this entry card, probably won't require a cooler with fan.
It doesn't require a fan, but Sapphire recommends the case being used have a fan that directs some air over the GPU heatsink.



Mar 21, 12 at 2:13am
Volaricabarrra


It's using passive cooler from what I saw in the review? But I guess with this entry card, probably won't require a cooler with fan.



Mar 20, 12 at 5:27pm
leochan


Retailing at around $100, AMD's Radeon HD 7750 doesn't aim to the fastest graphics card series around. Sapphire aims to take the entry-level card to Ultimate heights by augmenting the HD 7750 with a custom fanless heatsink that delivers improved cooling performance without any of the noise during operation. Sapphire's HD 7750 Ultimate just might prove Ultimate enough to be the fastest passively-cooled entry level graphics card yet, depending on how it fares in our review.





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