XFX (ATI) HD 5770 'Single Slot' 1GB GDDR5 PCI-E - £73.98 @ Ebuyer.com - HotUKDeals
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Hi all,

Sorry this is a special from ebuyer's latest news newsletter but I think its a hot deal not to be missed. Following on from Chet's Novatech 5750 deal, I've been itching to get a single slot graphics card for my system and everywhere seems to charge £90+ inc P&P - which seems excessive considering I paid the same price for a 5850 for a different system.

Anyway on with the details...

Theres an ideal graphics card for every gamer, and the XFX ATI Radeon HD 5770 single slot graphics card is for the gamer looking for true quality attributes: utility, stability, and reliability, not to mention some excellent overclocking capability. A single-slot card variant of the 5700 performance card family, it sports a uniquely designed fansink, with a total heatpipe surface area that is 15% greater than the HD 5770 dual slot channel fansink. This, combined with the open space provided by the single slot environment, ensures maximum airflow to the GPU.

An acoustic comparison of the 5700 family found that the XFX ATI Radeon HD 5770 single slot was up to 23.5 dB lower than the HD 5770 dual slot full cover fansink. Enhanced cooling and reduced noise is helped by fan speed, which is controlled by a PWM circuit on the PCB. Dust levels are kept down to a minimum with IP-5X Dust Protection Standard, meaning XFX can Play Dirty! For gamers who have been waiting for the ideal single-slot graphics card, the XFX ATI Radeon HD 5770 has been worth that wait. The unique cooling capacity and reduced noise levels of this single-slot solution ramp up the attributes, making this a very attractive graphics card indeed.


KEY FEATURES

Single slot profile
1GB GDDR5 memory
IP5x Dust Protection Standard
High Performance Japanese Solid Capacitors
Designed for DirectCompute 11 and OpenCL
Accelerated Video Transcoding (AVT)(2,5)
Compliant with DirectX® 11 and earlier revisions
Supports OpenGL 3.1
DL-DVI, DL-DVI, Mini-DisplayPort
PCI Express2.1 support

.: EDIT :. Comes with Free Aliens vs. Predator download coupon - thanks Andyken for pointing this out ;)
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#1
Hi.Is this better than my radeon 3870 hd. thanks
#2
yes
#3
Is there much difference between this and the 5750? I'm wondering if it's worth me upgrading...
1 Like #4
electrogear
Is there much difference between this and the 5750? I'm wondering if it's worth me upgrading...


It is better than your 5750, but not by enough to make it worth upgrading - you really wouldn't notice very much difference. Good card, good price, heat aded.

Comes with free AvP game (via download).

Edited By: andyken on Jun 09, 2011 08:03
#5
looking to build a reasonably priced gaming rig for BF3, is this going to be enough?
#6
c4m1k4z3
looking to build a reasonably priced gaming rig for BF3, is this going to be enough?


Unfortunately I'm rather out of touch with the Nvidia cards so I can only give my opinion of the ATI/AMD. No doubt another HUKD'er can give you a Nvidia perspective.

If you are limited to a single slot card.... then I would definitely recommend this.
However if you have the luxury of going for a 2 slot, if your PSU can take it and if you've got an extra £25, I'd suggest looking at the 5850.

HTH

CP

Edited By: CPhoenix on Jun 09, 2011 10:02
#7
is this better than my single-slot 4850?
#8
krooger
is this better than my single-slot 4850?

yup
3 Likes #9
is this better than sex?
#10
c4m1k4z3
looking to build a reasonably priced gaming rig for BF3, is this going to be enough?


Have a look to see how well it plays battlefield bad company 2. It will give you an indication of what you can expect it to do.
#11
willgimmence
is this better than sex?


Depends who with.....
#12
krooger
is this better than my single-slot 4850?
Probably around a 40% increase in processing power, so worth going for this.

Wish they'd make a low profile version :(.
#13
Better then GTS 250? wait nvr mind i cant afford it anyway stupid food and heating :P
1 Like #14
Good for mining bitcoin!
#15
Was £69 on aria last week, now £72 on pre order. Waiting for mine to be delivered.
#16
Good card and excellent price, but lacks HDMI. Heat added.
#17
Can anyone recommend a budget (ish) board I could throw an i5 2500k and 3 of these in? :P
#18
jaydeeuk1
Was £69 on aria last week, now £72 on pre order. Waiting for mine to be delivered.


That include postage? oO
If so, gutted I missed out

apocralypse
Good for mining bitcoin!

Aye, decent Mhash/j & Mhash/£
Will post tomorrow what I can squeeze out of it.
1 Like #19
shazar
Better then GTS 250? wait nvr mind i cant afford it anyway stupid food and heating :P


Not worthy of the upgrade any ways man. Probably a few framerates difference between them. 5770 will use less power though.
I'd hold out til the GTX 480's come down to <£150. That's my plan in preparing for BF3 any ways! :P


Edited By: mamboboy on Jun 09, 2011 15:19
banned#20
Shame the XFX 5870 has expired, It was like another £10 and had hdmi..
#21
£10 delivery to Scottish highland....Perth area.!!
Theyre having a giraffe ffs ........for a graphics card.!!
Sorry Hot on the card Cold on the delivery .....daylight robbery for that i'm afraid.
had a 36kg parcel delivered the other day ....£4.95........dont make sense to me.
#22
Does this have a HDMI slot?
2 Likes #23
sparkshotspur
Does this have a HDMI slot?

That's a fairly lazy question to ask - it's already been mentioned earlier in the thread and if you simply click "go to deal" and read the specs you'll see it's only got DVI sockets. However, you could buy a DVI to HDMI converter.

Perhaps you could post a comment asking someone to look for one of them for you... (sorry - cheeky but couldn't help myself) :)
#24
mamboboy
shazar
Better then GTS 250? wait nvr mind i cant afford it anyway stupid food and heating :P


Not worthy of the upgrade any ways man. Probably a few framerates difference between them. 5770 will use less power though.
I'd hold out til the GTX 480's come down to <£150. That's my plan in preparing for BF3 any ways! :P



Thanks for the heads up :) mine is for skyrim :D
#25
Is it any good for Crossfire?
As I have a 5770 already, and my mother support crossfire.
#26
qianjizhao
Is it any good for Crossfire?
As I have a 5770 already, and my mother support crossfire.

You're so lucky to have such an obliging mother! :)

The 5770 crossfire performance is supposed to be pretty good. One review I read said performance approaches a single HD 5870 which would be worth a good 10 - 20 frames more per second in a high end game like Bad Company 2.

Just make sure your power supply is up to the job as crossfire can get pricy if you suddenly need to shell out £70 on a new PSU!


Edited By: robbieshanks on Jun 09, 2011 16:02
#27
robbieshanks
sparkshotspur
Does this have a HDMI slot?

That's a fairly lazy question to ask - it's already been mentioned earlier in the thread and if you simply click "go to deal" and read the specs you'll see it's only got DVI sockets. However, you could buy a DVI to HDMI converter.

Perhaps you could post a comment asking someone to look for one of them for you... (sorry - cheeky but couldn't help myself) :)


thanks mate,

i was more double checking as i didn't see it listed in the spec (aswell as being lazy)

i gather i wouldn't get sound if i used a dvi to hdmi adaptor?
#28
As far as I'm aware, the DVI to HDMI adaptor should also carry digital audio to your telly. Can't say for certain though. You might want to dig into a couple of forums. Google is your friend... (Note: other search engines are available... they just aren't as good.)
#29
No HDMI in this day and age is a no go.
#30
simate
No HDMI in this day and age is a no go.


As Robbie says, rumours are that this supports audio via the ATI DVI-HDMI adapter.
Will confirm this when mine arrives.
#31
Aradria
This is a 5770, not a 5750

Sorry, just realised my error and deleted my post, but not before you got me!oO

Still not 40%, though...;)


http://www.hwcompare.com/1164/radeon-hd-4850-512mb-vs-radeon-hd-5770/






Edited By: andyken on Jun 09, 2011 17:36: .
1 Like #32
simate
No HDMI in this day and age is a no go.
Why? Considering a high percentage of PC owners only connect their PC to their monitor(s)...

Edited By: jukkie on Jun 09, 2011 18:08
#33
c4m1k4z3
looking to build a reasonably priced gaming rig for BF3, is this going to be enough?

ive got this card and paired with a q6600 cpu it runs bfbc2 great at 1920x1200 wouldnt like to say for bf3
#34
Really tempted. Would this be OK in a 450w psu?
#35
dan666
Really tempted. Would this be OK in a 450w psu?


Generally yes, though it depends. If it's a really crappy 450w PSU (not many amps on 12V, they vary a lot) and your other components are particularly power-hungry, then no.


Edited By: Aradria on Jun 09, 2011 18:37
#36
dan666
Really tempted. Would this be OK in a 450w psu?


450 Watt or greater power supply is what AMD say this card requires. So if it's a good branded one, it might. But personally I'd give it a bit of headroom.

Heat added.
#37
I'd like to join the ranks of those that know not, if I may.:p

I'm currently on a Dual Core Athlon 5000+ (@2.6). I thought it had integrated graphics, but having asked somebody who knows more than me, I have the required PCI-E slot, and in it currently sits what my system calls a 'Radeon X1300/1550 Series' card. I would imagine it'd be hard for me to NOT get a major boost from this card. Is it going to be a huge difference? And is it likely to cause any form of conflict with anything else?

Many thanks in advance.

[/ignorancemode]
#38
GandalfNeedsARazor
dan666
Really tempted. Would this be OK in a 450w psu?


450 Watt or greater power supply is what AMD say this card requires. So if it's a good branded one, it might. But personally I'd give it a bit of headroom.

Heat added.


Just double checked, I actually have a 500W PSU so I guess I should be ok.
#39
willgimmence
is this better than sex?

Than with your Mother? 100% !
1 Like #40
robbieshanks
As far as I'm aware, the DVI to HDMI adaptor should also carry digital audio to your telly. Can't say for certain though. You might want to dig into a couple of forums. Google is your friend... (Note: other search engines are available... they just aren't as good.)


No audio signal over DVI. Ever.

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