We've said that AMD's Radeon HD 7750 can make a lot of sense when presented in the right form factor, so it's no surprise to see manufacturers introducing an array of non-reference models.
We've never felt entirely comfortable with an AMD Radeon partner shouting "Go! Green" but, foot-in-mouth branding aside, the card's got some promise.
Like the Sapphire Ultimate, PowerColor has opted to forego a fan in favour of a large card-encompassing heatsink. Aimed at the HTPC or quiet-computing crowd, this here variant of the HD 7750 makes no noise and requires no extra PCIe power connectors - like AMD's reference design, it'll source all the power required from a motherboard's PCIe slot.
Aside from the cooler, it's very much a stock affair - the Go! Green card has the default trio of outputs (DVI, HDMI and DisplayPort) and both the core and 1GB frame buffer are clocked at standard speeds of 800MHz and 4,500MHz, respectively.
We're not sure the heatsink needs to be quite so big (it'll take up at least two slots based on the above picture), but this could be a worthy alternative to Sapphire's Ultimate. Expect to see the HD 7750 Go! Green arrive in stores in the coming weeks, priced somewhere around the £90 mark.