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DIAMOND Radeon HD 7750 Graphic Card - 800 MHz Core - 1 GB GDDR5 SDRAM - PCI Express 3.0 x16 - Low-profile

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Experience the advantage of Diamond's BV750 by utilizing a more powerful GPU designed to handle 2D Workstation applications like AutoCAD, Adobe Suite and GIS software.

Proven to increase productivity by up to 50% the BV750 is perfect for Multi-Taskers who want to Organize, Control, Deliver, Monitor, Communicate and Work more effectively


Learn more about the Diamond Multimedia BV750

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 5 years
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 5 years


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  • Hulette J.
  • 6/20/2014 2:14:24 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week

1 out of 5 eggsSLOW Diamond tech support *verified* both GPUs I purchased were defective. Both should be capable of 2560 x 1600 via Dual-Link DVI as shown CLEARLY on Diamond's web-site spec sheet.

Pros: As noted in my initial review, these cards are very solidly built.. Diamond must have a good manufacturing contract because they are definitely better than average build quality.

Cons: Unfortunately, that attention to quality doesn't seem to extend to the card's actual capabilities. These cards are clearly advertised on the Diamond web-site as being able to display 2560 x 1600 via the DL-DVI Y-adapter to drive (2) monitors at that resolution, but are not capable of doing so. Since this capability is the primary reason I made this purchase, these cards were basically useless to me. Contrary to what a certain poster said in his response, I know how to read spec sheets.. Dual-Link DVI (DL-DVI) with 2560 x 1600 rez is prominently featured for this card on Diamond's web-site *and* on the product's box itself. Newegg is great but their specs for various products are often incomplete. Relying on an incomplete spec sheet is never a good idea. It's always best to go to the manufacturer's web-site to verify.


So, I took 2 eggs off for these cards not functioning as advertised. I took 2 more eggs off for the extremely slow and ultimately useless tech support from Diamond. They took over 2 weeks to answer my trouble ticket and by then I had already returned both cards for a refund. I decided to humor them with back-and-forth responses to see if they had anything useful to offer as a solution. Here's a shocker: they didn't. It's a very good thing I sent these back within the 30-day return window or I'd have had to deal Diamond's RMA process which would no doubt be a lot more painful than dealing with Newegg. As usual, Newegg came through for me so I have nothing but praise for how they handle customer service at both ends of a transaction.

Other Thoughts: On a side note, people really should take the time to educate themselves and properly understand simple technology better before commenting and potentially giving bad advice/information to prospective Newegg shoppers. Of note: the 4096 x 2160 (Display Port) rez that is listed on Newegg's spec sheet has nothing to do with the resolution these cards are supposed to be able to display via the DL-DVI ports. Display Port and DVI are obviously completely different ports with different specs. The "4096 x 2160" spec is more commonly known as "4K" resolution. Some video cards display 4K using the display port and others display 4K using HDMI. In contrast, the 2560 x 1600 spec is commonly associated with the DL-DVI port. "Dual-Link DVI" is inherently 100% capable of displaying 2560 x 1600 resolution. Always. There is never an exception to this. If you have a DVI port that is incapable of this resolution then it is either Single-Link (SL-DVI) instead of DL-DVI....or it is defective. Since this card is advertised as having (2) Dual-Link DVI out ports (via the Y-adapter) it SHOULD be capable of displaying that resolution via the DVI port(s). Ergo, either Diamond is falsely advertising these cards as "(2) x DL-DVI out" when in fact this product is actually saddled with (2) x SL-DVI...or these cards are defective. To re-iterate, this was verified by Diamond "tech support".

So, as noted before: caveat emptor.

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5 out of 5 eggsRead the specs...

Pros: Does 4096 x 2160 resolution. The poster complaining about not doing 2560 resolution by the first initial "H" should read the specs. "H" just bought it less than a month ago and I doubt New Egg just put "(Display Port)" within the last few weeks. So it isn't buyer beware, but "buyer read the specs" that are plainly in front of your face. Yet, they complain saying,"The 2 x Dual-Link DVI out is a clever design that utilizes a Y-adapter from a special video-out port to deliver the advertised 2560 x 1600 rez to (2) displays via DL-DVI."

Cons: None.

Other Thoughts: IF YOU WANT 2560 x 1600 RESOLUTION, YOU NEED TO USE THE MINI DISPLAY PORT and NOT THE DVI!

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  • Hulette J.
  • 5/29/2014 12:44:35 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

1 out of 5 eggsBought (2), both are defective out of box & will not display 2560 x 1600 rez, ZERO customer service. Caveat Emptor!

Pros: Yes, it's cliche' by now...but "buyer beware." I'm a very patient person and realize that most of the time problems get worked out if given enough time. However, in this case I am left with defective products and zero customer support.

I picked up (2) of these low profile 7750s to throw in a couple new HTPC builds I'm putting together. Physically, these cards look and feel great. The hardware seems very solid with relatively thick/sturdy PCBs, great little low-profile HSF units that are whisper quiet during normal desktop use, etc....

The 2 x Dual-Link DVI out is a clever design that utilizes a Y-adapter from a special video-out port to deliver the advertised 2560 x 1600 rez to (2) displays via DL-DVI. A third display can be hooked up using the mini-display port. Unfortunately, that's where the good stops.

Cons: These cards are advertised to do 2 x Dual-Link DVI out, but beware they are incapable of displaying this resolution. Simply put, neither GPU I purchased will actually display 2560 x 1600 resolution to either of my perfectly functioning Dell 30" monitors. 2560 x 1600 seems to be a "paper spec" only.

After doing some extensive trouble-shooting involving lots of GPU driver "clean-and-sweeps" and video-card swaps (putting these cards in other systems with different motherboards, using different video-cards in these same HTPC boards, etc...) I've come to the conclusion that both of the Diamond 7750s must have some sort of vBIOS flaw that doesn't allow them to display 2560 x 1600 via certain monitors for whatever reason. It's either that or there's some sort of hardware incompatibility due to the exotic Y-splitter that these Diamond cards employ. Both of the 7750s will default to 1280 x 800 on my Dell 30" monitors and there is no option in Win 8.1 to up the resolution. Meanwhile, I have (2) nVidia GPUs (a Zotac GT 630 and eVGA GTX 750) that will both display 2560 x 1600 with no problems whatsoever while installed in the same little HTPC motherboards. What's doubly strange is that both HTPC boards utilize AMD chipsets (one is a AM1, the other is FM2+)...and yet the nVidia GPUs work great while the AMD GPUs do not.

Other Thoughts: I contacted Diamond support via their web-site trouble ticket system TWELVE DAYS ago (5/16/2014). As of 5/28/2014 I have yet to hear back from them. Nothing, nada, zilch. Not even a weak attempt to pretend they care whether or not their customers have working products. I can't remember the last time I experienced such slow, non-existent customer service (perhaps during my last visit to the DMV?). Simply unacceptable.

My guess is there is no readily available fix for the problem I'm experiencing with these cards short of a custom vBIOS to enable 2560 x 1600 via dual-link DVI.

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