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ATI HD 4770 512MB GDDR5 Dual DVI HDTV Out PCI-E Graphics Card - Qualifies for free delivery.

Please note - extra value graphics cards are sourced from various brands and at as such the look of the card may slightly vary from time to time.

The ATI Radeon HD 4770 graphics processing unit (GPU) offers an unbeatable combination of HD gaming performance1 and price. Featuring the industrys cutting-edge 40nm process technology and the most advanced GDDR5 memory technology, this GPU delivers seamless frame rates with incredible speed and processing power. Proof that high performance gaming and price can co-exist without compromise.

[Note that this may be from various retail brands and models, not necessarily any better or worse than the standard model. Similar "value" items from the past have had custom coolers.]
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#1
Note this is not a "name" brand product (unlike the PowerColor 4770 that was posted a few days ago) but a generic brand.

See PowerColor offer here (now finished)
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/524870/ebuyer-powercolor-hd-4770-pcs-512mb

The text at the bottom of this offer says

Please note - extra value graphics cards are sourced from various brands and at as such the look of the card may slightly vary from time to time.
#2
A lot of these unbranded cards tend to be from Palit - great price if it is!!
#3
i have pre-ordered one, at 60.51 expecting mine this wk..
#4
How would these compare to a 4850 512mb card?

Edit: Had a look myself, seems that they perform slightly worse, but use less power. Good to know.
#5
These cards are very energy efficient (40nm process) and give a great value for money but not to great for really high resolutions. Would be worth getting 2 in crossfire.
#6
How does it compare to a 4670 512mb?
#7
dean_brfc
How does it compare to a 4670 512mb?


lewiep
How would these compare to a 4850 512mb card?

Edit: Had a look myself, seems that they perform slightly worse, but use less power. Good to know.


here is a chart (hopefully if i did it right ;) )

Tom's Hardware

Hope that helps answer your questions

BFM
#8
guilbert53;6871952
Note this is not a "name" brand product (unlike the PowerColor 4770 that was posted a few days ago) but a generic brand.

See PowerColor offer here (now finished)
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/524870/ebuyer-powercolor-hd-4770-pcs-512mb

The text at the bottom of this offer says

Please note - extra value graphics cards are sourced from various brands and at as such the look of the card may slightly vary from time to time.


PowerColor card still in stock just at a higher price of £62 - 71 at time of posting
#9
Totally lost touch with graphic cards, how does this compare with my old 8800GT?
#10
If anyone is thinking of getting this it is a great video card, great value and has low power consumption compared with similar cards. When I was researching cards to buy for under £75 this came up as the best or one of the best (a couple of months ago) considering price and performance, and now its even cheaper.
#11
nice price i got this one a few months ago for about £70
http://image.ebuyer.com/UK/R0167966-02.jpg

this has been great for the price

thanks for the post

scooter
#12
Could someone tell me if I could use this with a 300w Power Supply . I bought one of Mike T's Dell deals a few weeks back the Dell Vostro for £220 (if anyone remembers it here it is http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/510408/dell-vostro-220-desktop-base-2-7ghz )
Now I am planning on adding some more memory but could one of you techhy people let me know if this card would fit in my case ok and would it still be a good deal even with the fact that my processor isn't particularly powerful . At the moment it has a crappy card built in and Id be well chuffed if i could do a little CoD4 on PC and some Battlefield 2 ( BF2 actually works with the crappy card but at a low resolution ) .
Thanks.
#13
MinerWilly;6880573
Could someone tell me if I could use this with a 300w Power Supply . I bought one of Mike T's Dell deals a few weeks back the Dell Vostro for £220 (if anyone remembers it here it is http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/510408/dell-vostro-220-desktop-base-2-7ghz )
Now I am planning on adding some more memory but could one of you techhy people let me know if this card would fit in my case ok and would it still be a good deal even with the fact that my processor isn't particularly powerful . At the moment it has a crappy card built in and Id be well chuffed if i could do a little CoD4 on PC and some Battlefield 2 ( BF2 actually works with the crappy card but at a low resolution ) .
Thanks.


PSU recommendation for the card is 450w ...it may work but will eventually kill the card running on a 300 psu .
Peeps will offer diffrent opinions and say .. it will work nps with the lower card power consumption, but in all reality
the manufacturer stated min 450psu for a reason, and that being if it runs on lower power it will die sooner rather than later. Make sure you go for a quality psu and not some cr*ppy cheap make ,or it certainly will die .
Ebuyer :Coolermaster Elite 330 Black Case With CM eXtreme Power 460W PSU *SPECIAL quickfind code: 135101
£56.99 with free delivery is 1 option you have with this card and move the inwards from the vostro.
#14
MinerWilly;6880573
Could someone tell me if I could use this with a 300w Power Supply . I bought one of Mike T's Dell deals a few weeks back the Dell Vostro for £220 (if anyone remembers it here it is http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/510408/dell-vostro-220-desktop-base-2-7ghz )
Now I am planning on adding some more memory but could one of you techhy people let me know if this card would fit in my case ok and would it still be a good deal even with the fact that my processor isn't particularly powerful . At the moment it has a crappy card built in and Id be well chuffed if i could do a little CoD4 on PC and some Battlefield 2 ( BF2 actually works with the crappy card but at a low resolution ) .
Thanks.

I bought a 3850 for the dell vostro 220 ( which has sata power) wouldnt work, put it in my dimension 8400 replacing the x800se 128 ..needed the 6 pin power coupling before it would work..the x800 wouldnt work in the vostro either....so contacted dell tech support chat and after helpful discussion was informed the suggested optimum for the vostro was the 3650 or the 3450...
What I didnt ask if I cobbled together a sata to molex and then molex to 6pin if this would work
#15
Those Dell power supplies are actually OK (in my experience passively cooled and so quiet and pretty reliable), but it is pretty simple to change them out. I always recommend buying a good PSU (decent reviews for a start, you want to see some endurance testing too) rather than a £10 cheapie but if you are staying below 500w they aren't dear. It's a 15 minute job with a screwdriver if you are used to it, probably 30 if you aren't. Top Tip: Your Dell case might have a retaining clip holding the PSU as well as the screws.
#16
I'm waiting for a 5xxx series equivalent of this where the GDDR5 idle consumption is fixed. You can't beat this for full load efficiency though in its generation.
#17
The trouble is that the DX11 cards are now coming in so the prices of the DX10 cards are dropping like flies.
It is a good price and if you have a DX8 card its probably worth it but personally Im holding out for a DX11.
#18
kevann
PSU recommendation for the card is 450w ...it may work but will eventually kill the card running on a 300 psu .
Peeps will offer diffrent opinions and say .. it will work nps with the lower card power consumption, but in all reality
the manufacturer stated min 450psu for a reason, and that being if it runs on lower power it will die sooner rather than later. Make sure you go for a quality psu and not some cr*ppy cheap make ,or it certainly will die .
Ebuyer :Coolermaster Elite 330 Black Case With CM eXtreme Power 460W PSU *SPECIAL quickfind code: 135101
£56.99 with free delivery is 1 option you have with this card and move the inwards from the vostro.


Thanks for looking into this Kevann , in my old broken PC i have a fancyish PSU that i bought a few years back --- http://www.extremeoverclocking.com/reviews/cases/Hiper_TypeR_480W_2.html
Could i just put this in the Dell and would it be sufficient for this Card ?
The post below yours has left me confused , the guy said he spoke to someone in Dell who said the optimum card was a 3650 ? do they mean optimum as in using the current set up and not changing the PSU ?
#19
MinerWilly;6885983
Thanks for looking into this Kevann , in my old broken PC i have a fancyish PSU that i bought a few years back --- http://www.extremeoverclocking.com/reviews/cases/Hiper_TypeR_480W_2.html
Could i just put this in the Dell and would it be sufficient for this Card ?
The post below yours has left me confused , the guy said he spoke to someone in Dell who said the optimum card was a 3650 ? do they mean optimum as in using the current set up and not changing the PSU ?

Hi m8..I would go with Hiper psu ...As you have that option , it`s gonna save you a few ££s and you can rest asurred that it`s gonna supply the correct power. I would think the guy at dell means optimum using the current setup,but once you exchange the psu then you should have no problems.
#20
Quote "The post below yours has left me confused , the guy said he spoke to someone in Dell who said the optimum card was a 3650 ? do they mean optimum as in using the current set up and not changing the PSU ?"
apologies...
dell tech chat suggested the 3650 as being the best for the 220 as it is...
does the 4770 need extra power connector?? ie 6 pin... if it doesnt you'll need to upgrade the psu (need sata couplings)...if it does could you get away with sata to molex to 6pin cobbled lead?...needs someone better thanme to answer that...
#21
kevann
Hi m8..I would go with Hiper psu ...As you have that option , it`s gonna save you a few ££s and you can rest asurred that it`s gonna supply the correct power. I would think the guy at dell means optimum using the current setup,but once you exchange the psu then you should have no problems.


Thanks for the reply Kevann , Im pretty clueless about PCs these days having switched to PS3 gaming a couple of years ago but the little Dell i got with windows 7 has really impressed me and I fancy a bit of Battlefield 2 or maybe even cod4 with all those user made maps and stuff .
I suppose if worse comes to worst I can just sell it if it doesnt fit . ( i will try and see if my Hiper 480w fits in the case though before ordering )
Thanks once again. :thumbsup:
#22
Sorry to change the subject a bit, but does anyone know when more 5870's are going to be available in the UK?
#23
Would this work with a power supply of 220-230V?

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