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Asus Radeon HD 5770 - 512 MB GDDR5 - PCI-E @ PIXMANIA - £107.60 Delivered Pixmania

£107.60 @ Pixmania
Boost your gaming with DirectX11 technology thanks to the Radeon HD 5770 from Asus! Designed with the latest Windows 7 functions in mind, the HD5770 graphics card includes HDMI connectivity to dis…
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Boost your gaming with DirectX11 technology thanks to the Radeon HD 5770 from Asus!

Designed with the latest Windows 7 functions in mind, the HD5770 graphics card includes HDMI connectivity to display all your games in stunning high definition, and a copper fan for enhanced cooling even after hours of intensive use.

Interface Type PCI Express 2.1 x16
Depth 22.9 cm
Height 12.7 cm

Graphics Processor / Vendor ATI Radeon HD 5770
Clock Speed 850 MHz
RAMDAC Clock Speed 400 MHz
Video Memory Installed 512 MB
Technology GDDR5 SDRAM 128-bit
Memory Clock Speed 4.8 GHz
Features Voltage Tweak Technology, ASUS SmartDoctor, ASUS Splendid Video Intelligence Technology, 5.8oz Copper Rod (CuCore) Cooler, ASUS GamerOSD, ATI CrossFireX Technology, ATI PowerPlay technology

Max Resolution (external) 2560 x 1600
Max Resolution Details DVI: 2560 x 1600 / VGA: 2048 x 1536
API Supported OpenGL, DirectX 11
Digital Video Standard Digital Visual Interface (DVI), High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI)
HDCP compatible Yes

Interfaces 1 x VGA - 15 pin HD D-Sub (HD-15) ¦ 1 x DVI-I (dual link) - 29 pin combined DVI ¦ 1 x HDMI - 19 pin HDMI Type A ¦ 1 x DVI-I (dual link) - 29 pin combined DVI ( with adapter )
Compatible Slots 1 x PCI Express 2.1 x16

Cables Included 1 x HDMI-DVI adapter ¦ 1 x CrossFire cable

Software Included Drivers & Utilities

Service & Support 3 years warranty
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#1
I've got a question as I'm in the market for a new GPU.

My motherboard takes ddr2 ram, I see that some Graphics cards now say ddr3 are these only compatible with ddr3 ram, and if so what exactly are ddr5 compatible with? I thought there was only ddr/ddr2/ddr3.

Sorry I know this is a numpty question but I haven't got the foggiest when it comes to hardware. :whistling:
#2
mightykaboosh
I've got a question as I'm in the market for a new GPU.

My motherboard takes ddr2 ram, I see that some Graphics cards now say ddr3 are these only compatible with ddr3 ram, and if so what exactly are ddr5 compatible with? I thought there was only ddr/ddr2/ddr3.

Sorry I know this is a numpty question but I haven't got the foggiest when it comes to hardware. :whistling:


The ram on the graphics card is completely separate from and nothing to do with the ram on the motherboard, so you can mix and match with no fear (they can be completely different from each other and it will make no difference).

Good offer, by the way, heat added.
#3
Thanks for that! good to know :thumbsup:
#4
Yup, two different things really. See here:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GDDR
banned#5
yup, as long as you have a PCI-E port (most mobos do these days), it'll work. I got one today (1gb version) and its very good.

Almost as good as the 4870, but it's obviously newer, uses ALOT less power when idle and under full load e.g 18w idle... and supports DX11......result !!
#6
At this price you could get a crossfire setup for ~£214 which would perform amazingly well in most games!
#7
mightykaboosh
I've got a question as I'm in the market for a new GPU.

My motherboard takes ddr2 ram, I see that some Graphics cards now say ddr3 are these only compatible with ddr3 ram, and if so what exactly are ddr5 compatible with? I thought there was only ddr/ddr2/ddr3.

Sorry I know this is a numpty question but I haven't got the foggiest when it comes to hardware. :whistling:


Assuming you have a slightly older motherboard with a version 1 PCI-express slot, then if you go for this card, be very careful when you open it and install it - save all packaging, don't throw ANYTHING away, as you'll possibly need to return.

Because based on my experience and on various forums, this card will not work with PCI-e v1.0 or v1.1. I have a motherboard with PCI-e 1.1 x16, and a similar card (Sapphire version 5770) would not even turn on, so couldn't get the PC to POST. A quick google search found alot of other users having the same problem. It seems AMD made an oversight with the 57xx cards in that the PCI-e is only backwards compatible to PCI-e 2.0, and not earlier.
#8
gooddeals9
yup, as long as you have a PCI-E port (most mobos do these days), it'll work. I got one today (1gb version) and its very good.

Almost as good as the 4870, but it's obviously newer, uses ALOT less power when idle and under full load e.g 18w idle... and supports DX11......result !!


Have you gotten one of these to work with a v1 or v1.1 PCI-e motherboard slot? My experience says "no", but this was 2-3 months ago so maybe newer ones are backwards compatible?
#9
My motherboard is a MSI G31TM-P35 so I think it has one pci express slot. I've got a GeForce 7300 LE in it at the moment and it struggled with the Call of Duty demo, that's why I want to upgrade to play that game.

http://www.advancetec.co.uk/acatalog/MSI_G31TM_P35_Socket_775.html
#10
mightykaboosh
My motherboard is a MSI G31TM-P35 so I think it has one pci express slot. I've got a GeForce 7300 LE in it at the moment and it struggled with the Call of Duty demo, that's why I want to upgrade to play that game.

http://www.advancetec.co.uk/acatalog/MSI_G31TM_P35_Socket_775.html


The MSI website says that your motherboard is v1.0a PCI-e.

http://www.msi.com/index.php?func=proddesc&maincat_no=1&prod_no=1832

Slots

• 1 x PCI Express x16 slot (PCI Express Bus SPEC V1.0a compliant)
• 2 x PCI slots (support 3.3V/ 5V PCI bus Interface)


Don't know for certain that this won't work, but there's certainly a chance it won't - look at this thread for example.

http://forums.amd.com/game/messageview.cfm?catid=260&threadid=124445

If you have the time, I'd definitely purchase this card and at least try it, as it's by far the best value-for-money card on the market at the moment for mid-ranged gaming. If it doesn't work, then just return as not working. I did that with eBuyer and had no problems getting the refund.
#11
don't forget to use the 5% off voucher for a even bigger discount. + quidco
#12
Great price for a very good card. Roughly half the performance of a 5870 for a third of the price.

Voted hot.

Countdown says this deal will only last for 2 more days, so get in quick or you'll miss out. This is £10 - £15 cheaper than anywhere else.

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