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Oct 12, 12 at 6:04am
din


It does support Crossfire, it just doesn't need any connectors in order for it to work. It's all done on the pci-e bus.



Sep 17, 12 at 12:32pm
Cryonicstate


I unfortunately do not have the equipment for testing noise level. I however can safely state the card is extremely quiet.



Sep 17, 12 at 11:43am
janoonk


What about the noise level? Did you test that? Pretty important if you want to use it as an HTPC card.



Sep 13, 12 at 5:45pm
leochan


The Sapphire Radeon HD 7750 Low Profile is designed to fit in smaller form factor cases like mini-ITX, while retaining the specs of the reference HD 7750 cards: 512 stream processors, 800MHz core / 1125MHz memory clock speeds. 1GB GDDR5 memory on a 128-bit memory interface, 16 ROPs, and 40 Texture Units. See if Cape Verde keeps a low profile compared to similarly priced competitors in our review.





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