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|20th January 2010, 08:12||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
Whats better then just having one single sub 150USD powerful video card? Well the answer of coarse is, having two powerful sub 150 USD video cards. The 5750 video cards, have proven themselves to provide any one the performance and overclockability that is on a rather tight budget.
As they say, dynamite comes in smaller packages, they could not be more correct when it comes to the 5750 video cards. Just recently I brought you a look at ASUS's offering of the 5750 video card, and that little video card shocked and awed me with its performance (review can be found HERE), Today we are going to take a look at VisionTek's 5750 offering. This time I will be pairing these two video cards up with one another for some crossfire action. I am pretty sure the results that you will see in this review, will definitely put these video cards in that, 'You just got owned by my budget 5750 video card computer.'
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