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Xfx Radeon HD 6750 1GB DDR3

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Pros: Bought it for $50 from Geeks, DX 11, Installation was a snap

Cons: 128 bit memory bus, DDR3 Memory

I found this for $50 bucks on geeks.com when shopping around for a cheap card for my second youngest son's gaming rig. I originally was going to get another Powercolor HD 6570 1gb gddr5 as my 2 other sons' rigs game great on their 24 inch screens with medium to high settings but took a chance on my first xfx purchase for this baby. I was a bit nervous as the ddr3 memory as well as the overall cheap looking cooler and cover design. I also wasn't sure if it was a stripped-down or underclocked 6770 or an overworked 6670/6570 chip..?? He runs a Q6600 cpu in a decent Gigabyte G41 mobo along with a pair of 2gb sticks of "chrome" mushkin ddr 2 800 ram. (both of which were given to me as a gift from a good friend on here) I installed the card using an Antec Earthwatts 380 power supply ( I know it's low, but performs great) and installed the drivers, and the complete Catylyst software package without issues. We then installed his Steam account and downloaded all of his games, including, Shogun II with all the trimmings, Dirt 3 and Showdown, Bioshock Infinite, Tomb Raider, Modern Warfare 4, and Far Cry 3 and Blood Dragon to start with. The MW4 was off a DVD and the Far Cry games are from Ubisoft account. I watched him Load and start playing Shogun II and simply couldn't believe the graphics quality that I saw!! I even turned up the Video resolution to the highest that the Monitor could run at -- 1920 x 1080 - and turned off AA and used the AMD tessellation, and WOW! It was like hitting the nitrous button on the old GTO !! He was sayin "wow dad, look at their breath and the fire from the arrows"!! It was nice to see how excited he was about how real it looked, but now the other kids are wanting to use his computer to game...lol. I reckon it's time to get 2 more before they run out of them at 49.99 right? I'd not hesitate to buy more of these and/or recommend them as well. I personally don't give a care that they're the "old" series as they perform great and that's what matters right?
Xfx Radeon HD 6750 1GB DDR3
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Number of Processors 720 Clock Speed of Video Memory (RAMDAC) 700MHz Maximum 2D Resolution (at 32-bit color) Up to 2048 x 1536 Maximum 3D Resolution (at 32-bit color) Up to 2048 x 1536 Supports MPEG-1, 2

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