HIS 7750 iCooler 1GB GDDR5 PCI-E Video Card Review

Videocards/VGA Reviews by stefan @ 2012-09-24

The Radeon HD 7750 comes with an efficient and silent cooling solution, in low profile format and with very good overclocking capabilities, which makes it a very good card for integrating into a media center. With it we are also able to game with medium to high details most games with the 1680x1050 or 1680x1200 resolutions.

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Test Setup and Extra Info

Test Setup


CPU: Intel I5 3570K Retail @ 4.7GHz

CPU Cooler: Noctua NH-D14

Motherboard: ECS Z77H2-AX Black Extreme

RAM: GeIL Black Dragon 2x4GB DDR2133 (@1600)

Video: HIS Radeon HD 7750

Power Supply: Cooler Master 850W

HDD: Seagate Barracuda 320GB 7200.10

Case: Cooler Master ATCS 840


With the help of the GPU-Z 0.6.4 utility, we could extract lots of information regarding the video card clocks,memory type, pixel and texture fill rate and so on:


To extract even more information, we have used the AIDA64 utility:


Here are the CAL capabilities of the RADEON HD 7750:

Temperature tests:

For finding out the temperatures in both IDLE and Full Load with the fan set on Auto, we left the computer IDLE for about 25 minutes and then started monitoring with HWINFO64 and logged the values obtained while running Heaven 3.0 at 2560x1440 resolution for an additional 30 minutes, with details at maximum and Tesselation set to Extreme. During this time, the ambient temperature was held steady at 25.4 degrees Celsius:


Noise measurements

Before finding out the noise the video card was producing, I have first measured the noise inside the room the tests took place and I found out it was 29.7dBA (with everything turned off).

At all times, the sound meter was placed 20cm near the video card.

The GPU fan was controlled by the latest version of Catalyst Control Center:

HIS have shipped the card with a special customization utility named iTurbo; after it has been installed, we will be welcomed by a minimal interface, like a wheel, with multiple items that we can access:




The full interface imitates a metallic housing, with a display in the center; the menus can be found on the top like Home, Info, Overclock and so on:




The Info tab lets us know detailed information regarding the installed VGA card:




From the Overclock tab we can clearly seen that the CCC limits can be exceeded without any issues:



Fan control profiles can be edited and saved in the respective tab:




Finally, we have some additional settings inside the next menu:





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