AMD Radeon HD 7750 CrossfireX – Worth Considering?

Asus Radeon HD 7870 DirectCU II TOP Graphic Card Review

I thought I give the HD 7750 CFX setup a try, considering the card is quite cheap, has low power consumption and could possibly be a decent setup.

Test Setup

The computer setup used for this review.

Processor Intel Core i5-2500K
RAM Kingston Value RAM 4GB 1333
Motherboard MSI Z77A-GD45
Cooler Cooler Master Hyper 101
Monitor 46″ LCD TV
Power Supply Xigmatek NRP-PC602 600w
Operating System Windows 7 64bit

The Performance

Metro 2033

Graphic Detail : AAA, 16 AF. No Physx

Card Average 1080p Average 720p
ASUS HD 7870 51.00 76.50
ASUS HD 7770 28.33 51.30
ASUS HD 7750 21.26 39.53
ASUS HD 7750 CrossfireX 34.21 54.83
Leadtek GTX 460 28.90 51.25

Lost Planet 2

Graphic Detail : Maximum

Card Average 1080p Average 720p
ASUS HD 7870 50.0 58.8
ASUS HD 7770 28.2 39.1
ASUS HD 7750 27.3 37.5
ASUS HD 7750 CrossfireX 42.9 53.8
Leadtek GTX 460 36.9 50.9

Alien Vs Predator

Graphic Detail : Maximum

Card Average 1080p Average 720p
ASUS HD 7870 73.6 138.8
ASUS HD 7770 37.3 72.9
ASUS HD 7750 23.8 48.3
ASUS HD 7750 CrossfireX 49.5 90.4
Leadtek GTX 460 42.2 77.9

Heaven 3.0

Card Average 1080p Average 720p
ASUS HD 7870 56.9 91.3
ASUS HD 7770 49.3 56.9
ASUS HD 7750 21.4 36.6
ASUS HD 7750 CrossfireX 41.4 66.3
Leadtek GTX 460 30.4 47.3


Benchmarks aside, let’s look at the current pricing for these products. *This is NOT an ASUS Advertorial, it just that ASUS has been very supportive. Comparison done with ASUS product to get a more accurate picture. Cross-brand comparison could stray the comparison quite a fair bit as HD 7750 cards can be acquired for RM 370 or lower.

ASUS HD 7750 – RM 440 | 55w
ASUS HD 7770 – RM 590 | 80w
ASUS HD 7870 – RM 1200 | 175w

Running a HD 7750 CFX setup will set you back RM 880 or so, the power consumption will be around 110w. That’s running at 73% the cost of the HD 7870, operating at 62% of the HD 7870’s power consumption, and getting about 73% of the HD 7870’s performance. Not exactly an attractive setup, the average performance is scales exactly with the price. Do note that some games scale better than others, and from what I tried with COD:MW3, The game ran at HD 7750 speed when CFX was enabled. ๐Ÿ™ I haven’t found out the detail but it only goes to show that CFX is not without hiccups.

The price vs performance ratio for the HD 7750 CFX isn’t as good as a single HD 7770 either, considering you pay a lot more but the performance gain isn’t something to shout about.


The HD 7750 CFX setup isn’t something worth considering. Looking at the benchmarks, I think the HD 7770 CFX setup should perform quite well against the HD 7870 but an even better option could be the HD 7850. ๐Ÿ™‚

*Other possibilities – get a lesser brand HD 7750, CFX and overclock it. It could be better value for money but it’s still a gamble. Maybe I should give it a try? ๐Ÿ˜€

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1 Comment

  1. Yup i’ve already have two of them. And the performance is not that good as the review on other site. I was really disappointed to go to this direction since with the same price + $20 more you could get gtx 660 which is beast on every title.

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