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Hi All -

I need a low profile solution for a custom box in a custom desk I am making. I explored alternatives of riser cards turning larger cards sideways but I'd prefer a LP solution before going that route. I play HoN, SC2, Diablo 3, and do CAD / 3D Modeling and 3D rendering. CPU would be i7-4700k @4.0Ghz on a Maximus Gene VI or Gryphon Z87. Single monitor at 1920x1080


I am currently looking at either of the two Radeon HD 7750 below in cross-fire:

VisionTek 900574 [DDR3] - http://goo.gl/zZkfTI

DIAMOND 7750PE51GLP [GDDR5] - http://goo.gl/NvBhxR


Does anyone know of a better solution for this price range / form factor?

Thanks in advance!
Edited by hingfdiuh - 9/2/13 at 11:52am
post #2 of 6
Hello, for gaming those 7750s would work fine but for rendering I am not so sure.
There are not many low profile and high performance gpu cards out there...the only one I can think of close to what you want is the Asus GTX 670 Mini. It is a bit out of your price range but search up some reviews and see if you like it.

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Hello, for gaming those 7750s would work fine but for rendering I am not so sure.
There are not many low profile and high performance gpu cards out there...the only one I can think of close to what you want is the Asus GTX 670 Mini. It is a bit out of your price range but search up some reviews and see if you like it.

Picture.

Thank you for the reply, but I am afraid that the GTX 670 Mini is too big for my application. It is a factor of how high the video card would sit above the MB.

Anyone else out there have an opinion on what I'd be looking at sound-wise for these? I'll probably cross-fire the Diamond's if nobody has a better solution.
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Originally Posted by hingfdiuh View Post

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Originally Posted by Aizou View Post

Hello, for gaming those 7750s would work fine but for rendering I am not so sure.
There are not many low profile and high performance gpu cards out there...the only one I can think of close to what you want is the Asus GTX 670 Mini. It is a bit out of your price range but search up some reviews and see if you like it.

Picture.

Thank you for the reply, but I am afraid that the GTX 670 Mini is too big for my application. It is a factor of how high the video card would sit above the MB.

Anyone else out there have an opinion on what I'd be looking at sound-wise for these? I'll probably cross-fire the Diamond's if nobody has a better solution.

It's too bad other parts of the world have access to much better LP solutions and we here in the USA do not (see below).

PowerColor HD7750 - http://goo.gl/3YX6Vf

AFOX HD7850 - http://goo.gl/hG7Em

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post #5 of 6
Yea your choices are very limited so that being said I would go for the PowerColor for $110 from Newegg.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814131480

Like the Diamond card it has GDDR5 vs Visiontek GDDR3 which should be a bit faster card and it's $10 cheaper than the Diamond.

Too bad they don't have the HIS version in stock, looks to have better cooler and it was only $90

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814161418
Edited by cmac68 - 9/2/13 at 10:02pm
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I5 3570k @ 4.5GHz ASRock Z77 Extreme4 ASUS RX480 Strix Samsung Wonder RAM 
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post #6 of 6
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Yea your choices are very limited so that being said I would go for the PowerColor for $110 from Newegg.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814131480

Like the Diamond card it has GDDR5 vs Visiontek GDDR3 which should be a bit faster card and it's $10 cheaper than the Diamond.

Too bad they don't have the HIS version in stock, looks to have better cooler and it was only $90

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814161418


Thanks! I'm always up for saving some cash. Any idea why this seemingly identical card is $30 more? Warranty Lifetime vs 2 Years perhaps?

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814129263&Tpk=VisionTek%20900549

I prefer it over the PowerColor in regards to looks, but I will never see it so I guess that is a moot point.
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