Sapphire Radeon HD 6750 Overview
The Sapphire Radeon HD 6750 looks like any mid to low range video card does. It is not overly large and the cooler is not that huge either. The card itself is pretty compact and is only 7.25-inches long so it should fit in pretty much any case out there. With most of their cards Sapphire has gone with a blue color for the PCB.
The cooling shroud covers most of the card. This shroud is all black and in the center is a cooling fan with the Sapphire logo on it.
Looking at the heatsink itself Sapphire has gone with a spiral design that covers the GPU and surrounding area. The surrounding area does include the RAM chips that are located around the GPU area. The GPU on this card is a Juniper GPU so this is basically a re-branded HD 5750 card.
The card is powered by a single 6pin PCI-E connector that is located at the end of the card. As far as connections goes you have DisplayPort, HDMI, and DVI. Sapphire does include a DVI to VGA adapter for those with older displays. So the big difference here is the HDMI 1.4a connection.