The Radeon HD 5750 Reference Card
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The Radeon HD 5750 seen here is the first card to really differentiate from the style started on the Radeon HD 5870 card – here we see a more standard heatsink design. 

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The heasinks is very light on the card but the fan is quiet as it works. 

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Even though this is a low power card, it still has a dual-slot design on it – a requirement to have this many connections. 

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The Radeon HD 5750 does require a single 6-pin power connection as well.

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And CrossFireX technology continues to run throughout the product lineup.

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