XFX ATI Radeon HD 5770 "AVP Edition" 1024MB GDDR5 PCI-Express Graphics Card = £124.48 inc delivery @ Aria - HotUKDeals
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XFX ATI Radeon HD 5770 "AVP Edition" 1024MB GDDR5 PCI-Express Graphics Card = £124.48 inc delivery @ Aria £117.49

£117.49 @ Aria PC
Good price for this high spec mid-range DX11 graphics card that also includes a copy of the Alien vs Predator latest game! You can compare the speed of this card next to others here - http://www.vi…
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6y, 10m agoFound 6 years, 10 months ago
Good price for this high spec mid-range DX11 graphics card that also includes a copy of the Alien vs Predator latest game!

You can compare the speed of this card next to others here - http://www.videocardbenchmark.net/video_lookup.php?cpu=Radeon+HD+5770

This product comes with ATI software that allows you to easily overclock this card so don't pay thru the teeth for an already overclocked version when you can do it yourself!

All compared prices below are based on this card, not any other branded 5770 card as XFX are one of the best brands out there.

Scan.co.uk = £134.62 (not inc delivery)
Novatech.co.uk = £139.98 (inc delivery + game)
OCUK.co.uk = £139.99 (inc game)
Ebuyer.com = £145.70 (not inc AvP game either!)
Amazon.co.uk = £149.95 (not inc game)


XFX ATI Radeon HD 5770 "AVP Edition" 1024MB GDDR5 PCI-Express Graphics Card

Description:
Now, more people than ever can experience real innovation in DirectX 11 gaming with ATI Radeon HD 5700 Series graphics processors. Loaded with advanced technology, these GPUs have the power and premium features you need for fully immersive gameplay. Expand your visual real estate across up to three displays and get lost in the action with revolutionary ATI Eyefinity Technology. Using ATI Stream technology, accelerate even the most demanding applications and do more than ever with your PC. The first GPUs in this class to offer full support for DirectX 11, these GPUs enable rich, realistic visuals and explosive HD gaming performance so you can dominate the competition.

Features
- Core Clock: 850MHz
- Memory: 1024MB GDDR5
- Memory Clock: 4800MHz (Effective)
- Memory Bandwidth: 76.8GB/s
- Processing Cores: 800
- Bus Type: PCI-Express 2.1
- Display Connectors: 2 Dual-Link DVI-I, 1 HDMI & 1 DisplayPort
- HDCP Capable
- DirectX 11 Support
- OpenGL 3.2 Support
- ATI CrossFireX Ready
- ATI Eyefinity Technology
- ATI Avivo HD
- ATI Stream Technology
- Warranty: 2 Years
- Comes with Full Copy of AVP (Download Voucher)
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#1
I have this card and its great.
Tested it on Crysis and it flies.
Hot.
#2
I received mine yesterday, it was quick delivery and like you say it flies so I'm very happy.

Thought I'd share my find with you all ;)
#3
A quick note...

you said :
"Just to note, you can pick the card up from their depot at Manchester which means you only pay £117.49"

But this is a Web Only Aria deal so you cannot pick it up in store and have to pay their delivery charge.

Still a good offer though!
#4
article22
A quick note...

you said :
"Just to note, you can pick the card up from their depot at Manchester which means you only pay £117.49"

But this is a Web Only Aria deal so you cannot pick it up in store and have to pay their delivery charge.

Still a good offer though!


You can order it online and collect it.
#5
Leongti
You can order it online and collect it.


You cant collect super special web only deals you HAVE to pay delivery
#6
Good price. AvP is a bit crap, but even without its best price 5770 with the all important 1gb memory.

Infact, get two of these in crossfire and give the geforce 470 a good spanking ;)
#7
looks good to me, thinking it could be on the purchase list :-)
#8
apologies if this is a stupid question but will this work on an Inspiron 580 (which I believe has a 300w PSU)?

thanks
n
#9
neilb1977
apologies if this is a stupid question but will this work on an Inspiron 580 (which I believe has a 300w PSU)?

thanks
n


Your really pushing it , I wouldn't risk running it on a psu so low I can see your psu going pop, invest in a new one they are not expensive, a 500w + should see you good.
#10
neilb1977
apologies if this is a stupid question but will this work on an Inspiron 580 (which I believe has a 300w PSU)?

thanks
n



No, go on to google and type in PSU Requirement for ATI 5770, its not just the wattage you need ot look out for but the Amperage on the 12 volt rail also.
#11
#12
Cold as you can get it from OCUK w/o avp for £122.68 including delivery AND if your a forum member of OCUK they are £112.99 with free delivery.

Apparently the AVP game is crap too and recently could be picked up for a tenner or so. I posted a 5830 recently with AVP which overall was £30 cheaper than anything else but that got slated for a crap game!
#13
Just ordered one from PixMania (with an Agent Ruby Figure) for £119 (delivered) - so no game but a collectable (nerdgasm!!!). Bought it for the Dell Vostro 430 that was one here a few weeks ago. That has a 350 PSU and the comments said the card worked with no problems.

Hmm. This reply isn't useful at all is it. :oops:
#14
Juice21
Cold as you can get it from OCUK for £122.68 including delivery AND if your a forum member of OCUK they are £112.99 with free delivery.

Apparently the AVP game is crap too and recently could be picked up for a tenner or so. I posted a 5830 recently with AVP which overall was £30 cheaper than anything else but that got slated for a crap game!



link please ? cant find it for this price on ocuk
#15
Juice21
Cold as you can get it from OCUK for £122.68 including delivery AND if your a forum member of OCUK they are £112.99 with free delivery.

Apparently the AVP game is crap too and recently could be picked up for a tenner or so. I posted a 5830 recently with AVP which overall was £30 cheaper than anything else but that got slated for a crap game!


I lthought AVP was good, not great but a nice bit of nostalgia and enjoyed playing through it all.
#16
£118 delivered here
:p
#17
jamiesmith85
£118 delivered here
:p


thanks dude - i wanna get this for my dell as well - is this the cheapest then ? :thumbsup:

is the deal the same as ur link ? beacuse on the deal spec it says PCI-Express 2.1 and on ur link it says PCI-Express 2.0
#18
That is a pixmania model you linked for 118, XFX is known to be a better brand and for less than a tenner I think its a better option.

There definitely is cheaper 5770 out there but this deal is for the XFX model.

I thought I saw an option for collection but I must have been mistaken.
#19
Leongti
That is a pixmania model you linked for 118, XFX is known to be a better brand and for less than a tenner I think its a better option.

There definitely is cheaper 5770 out there but this deal is for the XFX model.

I thought I saw an option for collection but I must have been mistaken.




pixmania dont make ati cards
#20
Had this card myself for a short time while i was waiting for a 5850 to appear in stock and at a decent price.

Its a very good card anyway, ran most games at full settings although i would say its more mid-range than high-end.
#21
Guys dont rush buying ... they are likely to settle the mid - high ends cards for a lower price now that Nvidia new range is due. Since they were at a slightly inflated price anyway.
Especially the 5830
#22
Pixmania possibly the worst CS you'll ever encounter. God help you if it goes faulty.
#23
Just checked some benchamrks and its a bit of a letdown actually, slower than a 4870 :-( Albeit it has DX 11, but would you want to run DX 11 at these speeds ?
#24
Popped a Saphire 5770 (set me back £140 - wished I'd waited a fortnight for this one!), in my Dell Vostro 430 (previous HotUKDeal) on a 350W PSU, and it runs fine in Bioshock 2, everything on high at 1920 x 1600 (no idea how gfx hungry this game is).
#25
I've updated the title page info to say mid-range, and also removed the collection bit as you are all probably right. :)

Soulreape
Just checked some benchamrks and its a bit of a letdown actually, slower than a 4870 :-( Albeit it has DX 11, but would you want to run DX 11 at these speeds ?


I've read that when ATI get some updated drivers out to work better with DX11 the benchmarks will go higher, guessing this is cos the 4000 series have had more time to be tweaked.

Matholwch
Popped a Saphire 5770 (set me back £140 - wished I'd waited a fortnight for this one!), in my Dell Vostro 430 (previous HotUKDeal) on a 350W PSU, and it runs fine in Bioshock 2, everything on high at 1920 x 1600 (no idea how gfx hungry this game is).


I bought the same Dell, I'm using my Enermax 400w after checking my pc loadings on their website - http://www.enermax.outervision.com/ very helpful.
#26
It's not all about Watts. The voltage rails matter as well. For example a 650W PSU with a 15A +12V rail is poor. I remember testing an overclocked E6600 on an Asus mobo, 1 hd, 1 optical drive and it pulled 160W if I remember correctly, add in a card such as this and it would still be under 300W. I'll find a link to some system load stats and post them....

System load stats based on card in review system >

http://www.guru3d.com/article/radeon-hd-5770-review-test/11

500W for a single GPU high end system with 40A. Well many people will be running this card in a system well below that spec. A decent 400W PSU should easily suffice for this card.

I bought a HIS 5770 1GB for £116 I think it was from Aria almost two weeks ago, nice card. I only run at 1650 x 1080 and it copes with everything ok. Much better than the X1950Pro 512MB that I had before. Unfortunately I have AvP on Steam and I wouldn't even bother downloading it for free with the included voucher on this deal lol.
#27
Soulreape;8253349
Just checked some benchamrks and its a bit of a letdown actually, slower than a 4870 :-( Albeit it has DX 11, but would you want to run DX 11 at these speeds ?


Tesselation can be a killer. The Unigine Heaven 2.0 benchmark tool murders my 5850 at 1920x1080 :p
Looking forward to trying the Stone Giant tool as soon as it gets public release.

Metro 2033, Dirt 2 run fine though in DX11.
#28
Juice21
Cold as you can get it from OCUK for £122.68 including delivery AND if your a forum member of OCUK they are £112.99 with free delivery.

Apparently the AVP game is crap too and recently could be picked up for a tenner or so. I posted a 5830 recently with AVP which overall was £30 cheaper than anything else but that got slated for a crap game!


Dunno where you get your facts from as its £139.99 :?

http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=GX-165-XF&groupid=701&catid=56&subcat=1515
#29
MBeeching
Tesselation can be a killer. The Unigine Heaven 2.0 benchmark tool murders my 5850 at 1920x1080 :p
Looking forward to trying the Stone Giant tool as soon as it gets public release.

Metro 2033, Dirt 2 run fine though in DX11.


Yeah thats kind of what I was thinking, and the 5850 is a fair bit faster than this, shame as I quite fancied this. Oh well I am sure the 5850 will come down a bit soon also.

Metro 2033 looks fantastic on the 4870 though, looking forward to the 5850(70) :-D
#30
I have this card too which i got for £112 about 2 month ago from ebuyer. There have been a few issues with the XFX card which can be googled. i initially had a problem with mine but after using driver sweeper and reinstalling the latest drivers the card has been working fine.
#31
fishmaster
It's not all about Watts. The voltage rails matter as well. For example a 650W PSU with a 15A +12V rail is poor. I remember testing an overclocked E6600 on an Asus mobo, 1 hd, 1 optical drive and it pulled 160W if I remember correctly, add in a card such as this and it would still be under 300W. I'll find a link to some system load stats and post them....

System load stats based on card in review system >

http://www.guru3d.com/article/radeon-hd-5770-review-test/11

500W for a single GPU high end system with 40A. Well many people will be running this card in a system well below that spec. A decent 400W PSU should easily suffice for this card.

I bought a HIS 5770 1GB for £116 I think it was from Aria almost two weeks ago, nice card. I only run at 1650 x 1080 and it copes with everything ok. Much better than the X1950Pro 512MB that I had before. Unfortunately I have AvP on Steam and I wouldn't even bother downloading it for free with the included voucher on this deal lol.


I bought the HIS for £119 from Novatech, however it wouldn't boot Win7 once the drivers were installed, took it back to Novatech, who confirmed, and swapped it out (for an extra £20) for the Saphire card.
#32
Count all the 1 stars as you can't go any lower. They haven't changed over years.

http://www.dooyoo.co.uk/online-shops/pixmania-com/reviews/
#33
Soulreape;8254342
Yeah thats kind of what I was thinking, and the 5850 is a fair bit faster than this, shame as I quite fancied this. Oh well I am sure the 5850 will come down a bit soon also.

Metro 2033 looks fantastic on the 4870 though, looking forward to the 5850(70) :-D

I think in May it will be:
5770 £99
5830 £159
5850 £199
5870 £259
Once stocks of the Nvidia start coming in, they will have some competition.
#34
jaydeeuk1
Good price. AvP is a bit crap, but even without its best price 5770 with the all important 1gb memory.

Infact, get two of these in crossfire and give the geforce 470 a good spanking ;)


Hmmm, x2 5770s in crossfire will perform almost identically to a 4870x2, and that is marginally faster than a GTX 470 in most benchmarks I've seen.

And the price, especially on the Pixmania deal someones pointed out makes that a fantastic choice, x2 5770s for £230 ish. You need to factor in the cost of a crossfire motherboard if you don't already have one, so that deal can suddenly top the £300 mark.

Fortunately I do have a crossfire motherboard and I'm tempted by that set up at that price.

Someone mentioned the Unigine benchmark, it seems the GTX 470 & 480 dominate this, which is a synthetic benchmark and not a game engine used by any current game, but it makes the Nvidia cards look good for the future. This is only my opinion and only time will tell.

This link is to the benchmark I found comparing a GTX 480 to a Radeon 5870, where a stock 480 doubled the FPS of a stock 5870. The GTX 470 would perform approx. 30% slower than the 480, but that's still significantly faster than a 5870. I repeat this is not a real world game benchmark, but it's something worth considering if you're thinking of spending £300.

http://www.overclockersclub.com/reviews/nvidia_gtx480/14.htm
#35
ScoobyZ
I think in May it will be:
5770 £99
5830 £159
5850 £199
5870 £259
Once stocks of the Nvidia start coming in, they will have some competition.


Maybe maybe, but until then this is the best price for the XFX 5770 that is anyway!

Its also one of those things, how long do you wait for the prices to drop cos by the time they are where you want them the card might be a little dated.
1 Like #36
jamiesmith85
link please ? cant find it for this price on ocuk



5770 & £112.99 http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=GX-019-C3&groupid=701&catid=56&subcat=1515

this was my post 2 weeks ago:- http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/633281/xfx-ati-radeon-hd-5830-1024mb-ocuk- it was £189 - at the time all the others were £210+

5830 - here it is on ocuk - http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=GX-168-XF&groupid=701&catid=56&subcat=1711 £189
#37
In fairness, just found another unigine benchmark which has the cards a bit closer together

http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/forum/hardware-canucks-reviews/30321-nvidia-geforce-gtx-470-review-21.html

What is intersting is that the GTX 480 minimum frame rate regularly exceeds that of the 5970.

Hmmm...

Choices, choices... what's a system builder to do?
#38
Willie_Hmmm
In fairness, just found another unigine benchmark which has the cards a bit closer together

http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/forum/hardware-canucks-reviews/30321-nvidia-geforce-gtx-470-review-21.html

What is intersting is that the GTX 480 minimum frame rate regularly exceeds that of the 5970.

Hmmm...

Choices, choices... what's a system builder to do?


Most reviews that are favouring nvidia are because the reviewer is using dated drivers (version 10.2), the new10.3 drivers should be used to give a fair comparison. If you dont use these its not a fair comparison apparently.
#39
Is it worth replacing my XFX 4890 xxx for this which has a bit of an overclock at 1000 core and 1150 memory? Is this a good card to start entering the world of dx11. I have lost touch with graphics cards these days. Kind Regards
#40


Thats not an XFX and its only a 512mb not a 1GB like this one.

meuswills
Is it worth replacing my XFX 4890 xxx for this which has a bit of an overclock at 1000 core and 1150 memory? Is this a good card to start entering the world of dx11. I have lost touch with graphics cards these days. Kind Regards


I wouldn't, I was tempted by the 4890 myself but went for this in thn end as it was a DX11 and updated drivers will improve it beyond the 4890 given time.

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