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XFX HD 5750 Review

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To test the XFX HD 5750, the card will be used in a range of games and benchmarks to see how well it performs against other competitive products. The games consist of Far Cry 2, Crysis Warhead, Darkest of Days, Call of Duty World at War, Warhammer 40,000 Dawn of War II, Batman Arkham Asylum, Resident Evil 5, Left 4 Dead, and the benchmarks are 3DMark 06 and 3DMark Vantage. After running the card normally through the testing phase, the video card will then be overclocked and then re-tested. The results of the overclocked and stock speed performance can then be compared to see how large of a gain (if any) is made. All of the system settings remain the same from card to card and test to test, with the exception of disabling PhysX where applicable.


Comparison Video Cards:



Overclocked settings:

  • XFX HD 5750 845/1385

To overclock the XFX HD 5750, the ATI Catalyst Control Center will be used since the maximum stable overclock fell under the overall limit of 870MHz core and 1430MHz memory. The XFX HD 5750 overclocked roughly 20% extra on both the core and memory to a nice 845MHz and 1385MHz. Fan control is also possible now in the ATI Overdrive suite. Temperatures were in the low 30's at idle and low 60's at load. The R6 driver overclocked the 5750 without any major hiccups except that clock speed wasn't always properly reported. I used other software to verify that the overclock was where it was suppose to be and it was so this bug is only minor.


  • Video:
  1. Far Cry 2
  2. Crysis Warhead
  3. Darkest of Days
  4. Call of Duty World at War
  5. Warhammer 40,000 DOW II
  6. Batman: Arkham Asylum
  7. Resident Evil 5
  8. Left 4 Dead
  9. 3DMark 06 Professional
  10. 3DMark Vantage


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