For some reason or another, Sapphire has decided that its newest graphics card would never see the outside of China.
That means that many people will be able to buy the Radeon HD 7750 OC Edition; China's population is huge after all, but also that many won't.
At any rate, the new video card utilizes a full-height PCB and runs the GPU, with its contingent of 512 Graphics CoreNext stream processors, at 850 MHz, while the 1 GB of GDDR5 works at 4.8 GHz.
Overall, it is precisely what a cost-effective but still powerful graphics card is supposed to be like.
Sapphire could have tried something weaker and cheaper, but it would not have had much success because of how all CPUs nowadays have integrated graphics chips that can do the same as low-end add-in cards.
Sapphire will price the Radeon HD 7750 OC Edition at $104 / €80-104.