Baby Radeon puts its running shoes on.
For testing the XFX R7750 Black Edition Overclocked the below testbed was used.
Below are the details of how each benchmark was conducted with specific details of settings used. All of the below benchmarks were run at a resolution of 1920×1080.
As mentioned earlier, the XFX R7750 BE comes with a 6-pin power connector, which gives it adequate headroom for some serious overclocking. While the factory settings already included a 100MHz overclock, I managed to push the core clock to a full 1000MHz and the memory clock to 1250MHz (5000MHz effective). This gave a speed increase of 25% on clock speeds and 11% on memory speeds compared to reference AMD speeds.