Coming in at $129.99 the HIS HD 7750 1GB IceQ X Turbo is one of the more expensive HD 7750's on the market with the cheapest options coming in at just under $90. Considering price difference at this level, you may have some trouble justifying the extra $40 which equates to an increase of over 40%.
Looking at the performance of the card it's really not all that bad. We've got some decent numbers at 1680 x 1050 in a number of games and while the highest in-game settings aren't an option, we've really got a fair bit of room to move, if you are prepared to drop image quality.
Moving away from the performance numbers under games and looking at how the cooler performs you can see some fantastic numbers. From the temperature side of things you can see we've got the lowest number out of all the video cards we've tested. When it comes to the noise numbers you can see they're also extremely low with just over one decibel separating the bottom most card and this HIS offering.
As good as the card is in some areas, it's just too expensive compared other options in the HD 7750 market with options from HIS starting at $104.99. The cooler is great and the out of the box overclock is also nice. Most would have trouble justifying an extra $30 - $40 for the cooler and overclock.
This HIS HD 7750 1GB IceQ X Turbo is a good video card. At the price it hits at, though, it's not a great option for a lot of people unless the low temperature is something that you really need.