AMD Radeon HD 7750M.

AMD Radeon HD 7750M.

The AMD Radeon HD 7750M is a DirectX 11 graphics card for notebooks. It is manufactured using the 28nm process technology and is based on the GCN architecture. This information is available at the following link:

The 7700M series graphics cards are based on the Cape Verde chip, as is the desktop Radeon HD 7750 card, which has 512 1D shader cores and 32 texture units. However, in terms of frequency, the HD7750 at 575 MHz is inferior to the HD 7750 at 800 MHz and the 7770M at 675 MHz. But the power consumption is much less. And while desktop graphics cards do support PCI 3.0, the 7700M series adapters don’t (quoting AMD).

The performance of the HD 7750M should be somewhere in the region of the outdated Radeon HD 6870M and therefore slightly lower than the Nvidia GeForce GT 650M GDDR5.

The UVD3 video decoder is able to decode MPEG-4 AVC/H.264, VC-1, MPEG-2, Flash, Multi-View Codec (MVC) and MPEG-4 part 2 (DivX, xVid) HD video formats directly through AMD GPU.

Also, with the help of Enduro technology, the Radeon 7700M has the ability to automatically switch between integrated and discrete GPUs. This technology replaces AMD Dynamic Switchable Graphics technology and is similar to Nvidia Optimus. In addition, the 8800M can display up to 6 monitors simultaneously using Eyefinity technology when Enduro technology is disabled.

Additional features of the 7700M series include ZeroCore technology to reduce power consumption while the screen is off, and Power Gating technology to turn off unused areas of the chip. PowerTune technology allows for overclocking and underclocking. For example, the chip can be overclocked while running FurMark and OCCT, and at the same time reduce the clock speed in games such as Lost Planet, Crysis or Resident Evil 5.

The built-in HD audio processor allows you to transmit high quality audio (TrueHD or DTS Master Audio) via HDMI and DisplayPort (eg for Blu-Ray video). In addition, it is now possible to output audio from multiple devices simultaneously thanks to the new Discrete Digital Multipoint Audio (DDMA) feature.

The power consumption of the 7750M graphics card is focused on laptops with a screen resolution of 15 or more