MSI Releases Its Radeon HD 7730

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Nice dinky little card, if you don't have much money, then this could be the way to go, although I think if it were me and I was poor, it'd have to be at least a HD 7750.
 

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Not bad at all for an HTPC, I like the idea. I may buy one for my old computer and turn it into an HTPC, especially since it has a low TDP and only requires the PCI lane for power.
 

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Not bad at all for an HTPC, I like the idea. I may buy one for my old computer and turn it into an HTPC, especially since it has a low TDP and only requires the PCI lane for power.
 

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While there is a narrow price gap between the HD6670 (~ $50) and the HD7750 (~ $90), unless this card drops at the 65- to 70-dollar range of its speculated pricing, the proven and readily-available HD7750 is simply a better buy.
During sales/promotions, as well as through rebates, HD7750's have lately been available for between 75 and 80 dollars. That's what makes me feel this HD7730 should be priced at roughly $65. If it's any higher, a patient buyer who seeks out the best deal (or anyone who bothers to use pcpartpicker) can get an HD7750 for nearly even money.
 

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No. HD7770 is comparable to the HD6850. This one most likely will perform somewhere between the 5670/6670 and the 5750 (probably closer to the 5750)
 
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