Need a Suggestion:
Sapphire HD 7750 1GB DDR5 vs. ECS GTX 550ti 1GB DDR5?
Konta better hobe? 10K budget.
Ami kisudin GFX nia ghataghati kortesi onek.
ekhane shomvoboto GTX 550ti ta better hobe.
when god created me, he was just showing off..!!!
1 question though. Does a 7750 perform equal to a 5770?
7750 may outperform 5770 or perform on par in most DirectX 11 titles, but it'll sadly trail behind 5770 when it comes to DX9/DX10 titles, whereas a GTX 550Ti is slightly ahead or evenly matched to 5770 In most scenarios, the only reason one might consider buying 7750 is the fact it doesn't require a high profile power supply, and is supposed to be the replacement of the HD5670/6670, a proper replacement of the 5770 Should be the 7770, which doesn't offer much in terms of value for money.
Last edited by Fox Mulder; May 4th, 2012 at 13:20.
Sapphire 7750 is da best choice, IMO. So, get it.
5770/6770/6790/550Ti performs similar to 7750. Say, after a year, there'll be hardly any advantage of any of these over 7750, if some things are followed (mentioned below).
UPsides of 7750: Ultra-low power consumption, excellent new architecture, DX11.1 with few new features. <= 5770/6770/6790/550Ti lacks all of 'em. Also, much improved GPU computing capibility and tessellation. See Radeon 7750s' GPU computing benchmarks of AnandTech here: LINK. One Example:
DOWNsides of 7750: 1. Radeons' typical game support/driver. You gotta play some games after 3 months of release with a/some patch(es) and new driver(s). AMD is investing much more for this issue and promised that it'll be gone, but companies does promise a lot of things, doesn't they?
But, problem(s) with old games (say, those before 2008) will remain, as they won't be fixed with driver/patch by AMD/game developers. And, there's hundreds of issues with AMD in those old games, but only a few with Nvidia, AFAIK. Search the net or ask those who played these with AMD.
2. No PhysX, not a big deal though, IMO. Play Batman: Arkham Asylum & Mirrors' Edge with PhysX enabled in a friends' home, and you'll find out that it's all the same effects again and again in all of the games!
3. Less application support than Nvidia. Though AMD is trying to cover it real fast.
Last edited by FilClaw; May 4th, 2012 at 12:43. Reason: Updated infos and explained.
Dude, seriously? 7750 doesn't have enough horsepower to take advantage of the DX11.1 features at all, and power efficient vs the poor performance in older DX9/DX10 titles? I don't think the decision is too hard to make if you consider the trade offs, and PhysX is outta the picture anyways cause GTX 550Ti doesn't have the necessary horsepower to take full advantage of it too, and games from here on will require more and more horsepower, thus after a year, this card will pretty much be in the "minimum requirement" category.
3. Well, I saw in a PC with 9600GT to perform good enough in PhysX using lowest-end C2Ds' (like: E4300) in Batman: Arkham Asylum (PhysX high) & Mirror's Edge. That's my experience.
4. Yes, all of these cards might be da 'minimum' requirement. :-S
2. I didn't really notice THAT poor performance actually. :-S
2. Look for 7750's benchmarks when put against the 5770 or other cards in older titles or recent titles but using DX9/DX10 instead, you'll see what I mean, I'm guessing you're perfectly happy with 20~25 frames while running at 1080p with DX9/DX10 titles? If that's the case, then it's your personal preference.
3. If the performance which you found satisfactory was measured in a resolution which is under 1680X1050 or 1920X1080, it doesn't count! And both the titles you've mentioned are old, have that 9600GT and that core 2 duo take on Batman: Arkham City and I doubt you'd get above ten frames with a 9600GT.
4. See what Vanguard just wrote, but I'd say it's a bit harsh towards the 7750, I'll consider it ties with the 5770, and gets knocked out by the GTX 550Ti anyways due to the advantage nvidia has over AMD.
Last edited by Fox Mulder; May 4th, 2012 at 13:40.
dont fall for AMD budget end cards.....just pick up the Nvidia 550ti nd call it a day but um pretty sure @10K u r aware what u r getting
1. True. Gonna have to wait for DX11.1 titles.
3. True again. Which resolution OP will use btw? N no, I actually meant 9600GT was enough for 2009s' PhysX titles in lower resolutions. Same here, 550Ti will be enough for 2011/2012s' PhysX titles in lower resolutions.
4. Looks like I gotta check da 7750 benchies again. :-|
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for gaming @Vanguard 's chart is true...
if my resolution is 1366x768 n gpu is hd 7750 .. which settings n how much fps can i get in games like batman, gta 4 , skyrim , the run , crysis 2 etc
Benchmark gulor system specification & apnar system compare kore dekhen. Ora 1366x768 te benchmark kore na. 1280x1024 er cheye avg. e 1366x768 te, say 7~8 fps beshi paowa jaabe I guess. But, oder 1280x1024 benchies gulo to OC'ed Hexa-core e kore.
Aro fact ache... ora 8x/16x AA o dei onek shomoy. Practically, apni ki game gulo te 5 sec. por por gaming baad diye dekhben je object gulor edge kemon? or 2x AA vs. 4x AA er difference kemon (w/o taking screen) ?? As for me, 2x AA is enough. Ami Vsync o apply kori na, texture tearing etc. type er issue na howa porjonto. Anyway, eigulo jar jar preferences.
So, ei type er kichu modification korle mutamuti benchmark gulor 1280x1024/1440x900 er moto performance paben I guess.