XFX Radeon 5750 XXX Review

The Card Itself

XFX Radeon 5750  XXX Review

The XFX 5750 XXX

The initial impression is how compact the design is. We're so used to modern cards being longer than a Wagner opera that it's great to see a graphics card that will fit in even the most compact and bijou of cases without hanging out the front more than a ticketless party go-er.

Around the back we see all the usual solder and GDDR5 chips. The cross-brace backplate for the cooler isn't enormous and is surrounded sufficiently that we'd be loathe to apply a third-party cooling solution. Thankfully being part of the premium XFX XXX Range we doubt that would be necessary.

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Moving around the business end we have a plethora of connections. HDMI, DisplayPort and 2 DVI ports cover all possible requirements. Especially nice to see is the in-built DisplayPort adaptor meaning the 5750 XXX supports Eyefinity out of the box. The finish isn't easy to photograph but is a lovely gun-metal colour and looks far classier than the generic nickel-plate we see on most I/O shields.

Just above those we have the standard Crossfire adaptor points.

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Finally we have a close-up of the cooler. XFX have chosen to retain the reference design cooler and we'll have much more to say on this subject in the conclusion.

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Although this is factory overclocked, let's see if we can eek a little more out.

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19-03-2010, 06:52:15

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VonBlade takes a look at the XFX Radeon 5750 XXX does all the X's make a difference?

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