ASUS ATI RADEON HD 7750 HD7750-1GD5 DRIVER DETAILS:
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ASUS ATI RADEON HD 7750 HD7750-1GD5 DRIVER
A really, really fat video card with huge heat sinks all over it might not have enough space to fit inside a mini tower case. Because this card doesn't have a fan and just uses a big heat sink to keep it cool, I was a little worried it would be too fat.
But it is really barely thicker than the thickness of the back plate, and so it ought to fit pretty well everywhere. It really doesn't look much bigger than the card it replaced. I definitely like the idea of no separate fan on the video card, since the failure of the last fan was what caused me to go shopping for a new card in the first place. No fan means one less thing to wear out and break. It also makes the computer slightly quieter. Anyway, I got the thing physically into the computer with no real hassles. So now it was time to reconnect the monitor cable, boot up the computer and brace myself Asus ATI Radeon HD 7750 HD7750-1GD5 the possibility of a very rough ride.
When you are installing a new video card, you are messing around with a lot drivers and so forth in the guts of Windows, and things can easily go south on you. Turns out the install was actually fairly quick and painless.
I have a 64 bit, Windows 7 OS, and for me the install actually went very smoothly. Just leave it alone and let it auto-start. It chugs along and requires a reboot but that's it.
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I was a little worried that my PCI Express x16 1. PCI Express is backward compatible, it just means the card runs a bit slower.
Before installing anything I did take the step of uninstalling the device driver software for the older card, so there was nothing but the built in windows drivers on the system when I installed this. They don't tell you to do this, but it is a very good idea to clear out any old drivers to avoid driver conflicts.
Whole process from opening the box to finishing the install took maybe 30 minutes, including installing the new back plates on the card. Not bad at all.
Now that all is up and running, it comes with a monitor utility that shows both capacity of the card and heat. I haven't done long-term studies of the heat profile yet, but since I am mainly going to be using this computer for business productivity stuff Asus ATI Radeon HD 7750 HD7750-1GD5 rarely even using it for video, I am not too worried about it. I think, at least for those light-duty users like me, a card with no fan on it is definitely the way to go. You can actually overclock the card using the software they provide. I am not going to bother since I don't need every bit of performance here, but it is nice to Asus ATI Radeon HD 7750 HD7750-1GD5 that they will let you push the card to its limit if you need to.
We'll see whether it holds up, but so far, this was a good purchase. Shopping for this was definitely a bit of a hassle, and I was worried the installation would be difficult, but it turned out just fine for me.
I am back in business for not much money and will probably get at least another couple years out of this computer now. I figure it was worth the modest, incremental cost to get an ASUS, which is one of the larger and better known board makers.
Maybe I could have saved a few bucks by going with one of these companies I'd never heard of, but for something like this, where a lot can easily go wrong, less hassle is definitely worth a little more cash. Unfortunately, this card didn't resolve my computer's crashing problem with the Win 10 anniversary update. I must have incorrectly assumed that just switching video cards would solve the crashing, but not so. I still give this card 5 stars. The Asus ATI Radeon HD 7750 HD7750-1GD5 HD graphics card offers a 28nm GPU and DirectX® with making the most of 1GB GDDR5, PCI Expressand 4-way AMD Eyefinity™. The ASUS HD graphics card offers a 28nm GPU and DirectX® with making the most of 1GB GDDR5, PCI Expressand 4-way AMD Eyefinity™.Missing: ATI.