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Originally Posted by Thracks View Post

A no-PSU card is limited to the 75W of power delivered by the PCIe slot. We designed the 7750 to sit at 68-73W, specifically so it could be used in light gaming in a single slot w/o power connectors.

Didn't PCIe 2.x increase it 150w but just no one implements a greater than 75w card for backwards compatibility?
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Didn't PCIe 2.x increase it 150w but just no one implements a greater than 75w card for backwards compatibility?
I believe the answer is yes, and yes.
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I think 75 watts is a little conservative although this review could be wrong as well with their numbers:

http://www.overclockersclub.com/reviews/sapphire_7750_lp/14.htm

They have measurements in watts both stock and over clocked using much more than 75 watts even at idle.

OP make sure you've got the juice to run this card, also the cooling as it gets pretty hot; I'm assuming in a server chassis you've got lots of loud fast fans though.
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Originally Posted by xyexz View Post

I think 75 watts is a little conservative although this review could be wrong as well with their numbers:

http://www.overclockersclub.com/reviews/sapphire_7750_lp/14.htm

They have measurements in watts both stock and over clocked using much more than 75 watts even at idle.

OP make sure you've got the juice to run this card, also the cooling as it gets pretty hot; I'm assuming in a server chassis you've got lots of loud fast fans though.


The server has many loud fast fans and dual 1000W PSU's. I think I will be good.
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