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ATI Eyefinity technology with support for up to three displays
ATI Stream technology
Designed for DirectCompute 11 and OpenCL
Accelerated Video Transcoding
Compliant with DirectX® 11 and earlier revisions
Supports OpenGL 3.1
Dual-mode ATI CrossFireX technology support for highly scalable performance
ATI Avivo HD video and display technology
Dynamic power management with ATI PowerPlay technology

Now, more people than ever can experience real innovation in DirectX 11 gaming with XFX ATI Radeon HD 5770 graphics cards. Loaded with advanced technology, these graphics cards 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 graphics cards in this class to offer full support for DirectX 11, the Radeon HD 5770 enable rich, realistic visuals and explosive HD gaming performance so you can dominate the competition.

Specification
GPU Clock: 875 Mhz
Memory Bus: 128
Memory Type: DDR5
Memory Size: 1024 MB
Memory Speed: 5200 Mhz
Thermal Solution: FANSINK
Minimum Power Supply Requirement: 450W with one 6-pin power cable
Outputs: HDMI, Dual-Link DVI, Display Port
Card Dimensions: 8.5 X 4.376 X 1.5
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#1
get this card, I have it and it is amazing, truly amazing and worth every penny. it will keep me happy for a very long time and I wont need to upgrade for 3 to 4 years now maybe more
#2
Good price for a great card. Hot
#3
Nice card, nice price, shame its double width...

Edited By: jazid on Nov 09, 2010 15:34: link
#4
Dont waste your money on this, its not as good as the first poster makes out, its low mid range at the moment, it will be low end next month. Wait for the 5850 / 5870 inevitable price drop. Or get a GTX 460, better cards I am afraid.
#5
Would rather go with a 1GB 460 tbh
#6
What power supply would you need for this ? im looking for new gfx card
#7
r1zla
What power supply would you need for this ? im looking for new gfx card


450w+ (TRUSTED BRAND)

not some cheap car boot crap.
#8
ive got one, good card. but now the gtx 460 1gb is around £150 this should be a little cheaper. i got a graded stock one for £85 month and a half ago. plays all my games on highest settings but at 1080 you will have to back the AA down from16x. at 1600x900 you can use AA. for a card under £100 is good.
#9
gtx 460 768mb is better also

can be had for about £115
#10
460 for 115 pound is a good deal.
#11
I have this card and it's fantastic. After seeing the specs of the new cards, I decided I'm going to get a second one of these for crossfire, can't afford it at the moment, but this is still a great price.
#12
As peple have said, if you're after mid range cards go for HD 6850/6870 or GTX 460/470. This 128mbit card will really suffer with newer games.

It was good when it came out competing against cards like the HD 4870 and GTS 250, but now isnt worth £100.


Edited By: ghost101 on Nov 10, 2010 05:23: .
#13
is it better than my Sapphire ATI Radeon HD 5770 Vapor-X 1024MB GDDR5
#14
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tanchor
is it better than my Sapphire ATI Radeon HD 5770 Vapor-X 1024MB GDDR5


No.

Even though this is clocked 15mhz higher, your card will (and the one in the OP) will overclock to 900mhz+ anyway. Yoyr card has a better fan system which is the primary reason as to why its better.

Edited By: ghost101 on Nov 10, 2010 07:50: .
#15
You could easily use a 400w PSU with this actually, it only uses about 86w max. But yea, it should be a good brand like Corsair or OCZ.

This is a good price but like people have said the GTX460 has changed things and the 768mb version for £119 from Scan or OCUK are more bang for buck.

This is the cheapest I have ever seen a 5770 and I have been looking recently, so this is hot!





Edited By: stonebear on Nov 10, 2010 08:10
#16
tanchor
is it better than my Sapphire ATI Radeon HD 5770 Vapor-X 1024MB GDDR5


Why would it be? It is the same card.
#17
The sub £100 bracket is getting pretty congested for ATI now. Far too many cards just £10 or so separating them, yet have a gulf in performance.

I'd wait for the new 69xx cards to appear in a week or two which should push prices around again. Perhaps the 5830 will drop to near £100.

If max budget is £100 and can't go a penny higher, then this is the card to get.

Edit - the 5750 for £70 is pretty decent value too imo.

http://www.aria.co.uk/SuperSpecials/Other+products/XFX+ATI+Radeon+HD+5750+512MB+GDDR5+PCI-Express+Graphics+Card+?productId=39072

Edited By: jaydeeuk1 on Nov 10, 2010 09:57
1 Like #18
As many people have said, this is a solid mid range card that is perhaps priced a little to high at the moment, given the competition.

I can see whe suggesting a 460 for 115 could make sense if your budget can stretch, but suggesting a 6850/6870 for at least 50 quid more is not really constructive advice. That's potetially 50% over budget. Why not go the whole hog and spring for a 5970?
#19
http://www.videocardshop.co.uk have graded ones for £79.99. i got one of these and it came boxed with the plastic over the fan case like new, just didnt have the game in the box. but i already had mw2 anyway. ill be getting my next card from here, there graded cards have 12 months warrenty.

just saw they have graded 4890 for £99, might be a bit power hungry though.


Edited By: dedbeat on Nov 10, 2010 10:54: add to post
#20
jaydeeuk1
The sub £100 bracket is getting pretty congested for ATI now. Far too many cards just £10 or so separating them, yet have a gulf in performance.

I'd wait for the new 69xx cards to appear in a week or two which should push prices around again. Perhaps the 5830 will drop to near £100.

If max budget is £100 and can't go a penny higher, then this is the card to get.

Edit - the 5750 for £70 is pretty decent value too imo.

http://www.aria.co.uk/SuperSpecials/Other+products/XFX+ATI+Radeon+HD+5750+512MB+GDDR5+PCI-Express+Graphics+Card+?productId=39072



£8 delivery on top of that is a bit stiff but still a good alternative.
#21
dedbeat
http://www.videocardshop.co.uk have graded ones for £79.99. i got one of these and it came boxed with the plastic over the fan case like new, just didnt have the game in the box. but i already had mw2 anyway. ill be getting my next card from here, there graded cards have 12 months warrenty.

just saw they have graded 4890 for £99, might be a bit power hungry though.



It is annoying that the 5750 graded is the same price as the 5770 graded (both 1gb), if they knocked at least £20 off, that would be more like it.

Edited By: stonebear on Nov 10, 2010 11:32: to edit
#22
The 4890 is pretty old these days though.
#23
Awsome card, awsome price. I paid a lot more than this last year. Plays everything I throw at it.
#24
stonebear
dedbeat
http://www.videocardshop.co.uk have graded ones for £79.99. i got one of these and it came boxed with the plastic over the fan case like new, just didnt have the game in the box. but i already had mw2 anyway. ill be getting my next card from here, there graded cards have 12 months warrenty.just saw they have graded 4890 for £99, might be a bit power hungry though.
It is annoying that the 5750 graded is the same price as the 5770 graded (both 1gb), if they knocked at least £20 off, that would be more like it.


your right. 5750 for 60 would be sweet. prices in general need to settle.
#25
dedbeat
stonebear
dedbeat
http://www.videocardshop.co.uk have graded ones for £79.99. i got one of these and it came boxed with the plastic over the fan case like new, just didnt have the game in the box. but i already had mw2 anyway. ill be getting my next card from here, there graded cards have 12 months warrenty.just saw they have graded 4890 for £99, might be a bit power hungry though.
It is annoying that the 5750 graded is the same price as the 5770 graded (both 1gb), if they knocked at least £20 off, that would be more like it.


your right. 5750 for 60 would be sweet. prices in general need to settle.


Yea, prices are weird atm, it's like the other guy said, only £10 separates some cards with a big jump in performance.

I have emailed "videocardshop" and asked if it is a mistake, after all I could get a brand new 1GB 5750 for £82 from OCUK. I hope it is a mistake and they lower it and then I might buy it.
#26
Right I know there has been a few comments on this but im still not sure what to get. Could somebody please recommend what would be the best GFX card at ~ £100. And then also at ~ £150 range and tell me what the main differences are. I was looking for a new card and saw this so thought i might get it but so many people saying different things :)
#27
does your motherboard support xfire/sli? £150 will get you a 6850, which imo is the best choice (again, assumes you have a decent enough PSU and large enough case)
For £100 max, then this 5770. If you can go a teeny bit higher, then the gtx 460 @ £115 is the one to get

If you can use crossfire, then 2 graded 5770's for £79 each is the way to go imo.

Edited By: jaydeeuk1 on Nov 10, 2010 16:51
#28
Marekj
As many people have said, this is a solid mid range card that is perhaps priced a little to high at the moment, given the competition.

I can see whe suggesting a 460 for 115 could make sense if your budget can stretch, but suggesting a 6850/6870 for at least 50 quid more is not really constructive advice. That's potetially 50% over budget. Why not go the whole hog and spring for a 5970?


Well the 6850 is being milked quite a bit at the moment (£150 is above MSRP). But 1GB 460 is a very reasonable step to take imo at £135. For 35% more cash you are getting so much more performance making resolutions such as 1080p playable in a lot of games. The actual fps increase at such resolutions is also around that sort of percentage and so you aren't getting diminishing returns for your cash, quite yet.


Edited By: ghost101 on Nov 10, 2010 18:24
#29
philip697
The 4890 is pretty old these days though.


Ok it's only Dx 10.1, but it still beats a 5850 in most games, especially at 1920x1200

Very few games support dx11 anyway

Edited By: annodomini2 on Nov 10, 2010 18:34
#30
annodomini2
philip697
The 4890 is pretty old these days though.


Ok it's only Dx 10.1, but it still beats a 5850 in most games, especially at 1920x1200


Lol. I actually have a 4890 and have owned one since its release. Its been a good but power hungry card, and...

Would love to see your evidence.

source: techpowerup

(91/71)x100 = 28% better

and this is with a games testing suite including cpu limited games

http://tpucdn.com/reviews/HIS/Radeon_HD_6870/images/perfrel_1920.gif




Edited By: ghost101 on Nov 10, 2010 18:41: .
#31
would love to crossfire..... must resist...... its not like the single card cant handle almost any game at close to full settings anyway.... but still really tempted!
#32
As for all of you saying a 5770 will run almost everything at full settings, you are talking out your rear ends, I have a 5870 crossfire setup with a watercooled I7 950 OC'd to 4 GHz with 6 gb of Ballistix CL7 on a P6T and it can just about run everything at full settings at 1920 x1080 including Full AA and AF.

For the everything everyone above is talking about it must be low res and no AA.
#33
Soulreape
As for all of you saying a 5770 will run almost everything at full settings, you are talking out your rear ends, I have a 5870 crossfire setup with a watercooled I7 950 OC'd to 4 GHz with 6 gb of Ballistix CL7 on a P6T and it can just about run everything at full settings at 1920 x1080 including Full AA and AF.

For the everything everyone above is talking about it must be low res and no AA.


I think the 5770 can run at high detail with a little AA and AF for a lot of new games. That is if you count just above 30 fps as OK.
#34
Soulreape
As for all of you saying a 5770 will run almost everything at full settings, you are talking out your rear ends, I have a 5870 crossfire setup with a watercooled I7 950 OC'd to 4 GHz with 6 gb of Ballistix CL7 on a P6T and it can just about run everything at full settings at 1920 x1080 including Full AA and AF.For the everything everyone above is talking about it must be low res and no AA.

Then you must have a major bottle neck, eg sh*t PSU, as even a standalone 5830 with slower CPU than yours will play most games at near 60fps with bells and whistles, even dx11 colin mcrae at near 50fps 1920x1080. (such as on guru3d)
I'd check your drivers too, other than latest dx11 games you should be getting way faster than "just about"



Edited By: jaydeeuk1 on Nov 10, 2010 23:33
#35
jaydeeuk1
Soulreape
As for all of you saying a 5770 will run almost everything at full settings, you are talking out your rear ends, I have a 5870 crossfire setup with a watercooled I7 950 OC'd to 4 GHz with 6 gb of Ballistix CL7 on a P6T and it can just about run everything at full settings at 1920 x1080 including Full AA and AF.For the everything everyone above is talking about it must be low res and no AA.




Then you must have a major bottle neck, eg sh*t PSU, as even a standalone 5830 with slower CPU than yours will play most games at near 60fps with bells and whistles, even dx11 colin mcrae at near 50fps 1920x1080. (such as on guru3d)
I'd check your drivers too, other than latest dx11 games you should be getting way faster than "just about"




Dont worry I know what I am doing ;-) Dirt gets 60 FPS on Everything its a console port, as is AvP , as is COD, try your 5770 on Crysis, or Just Cause 2, or Arma II operation arrowhead, or Metro 2033 and see what you get (hence just about everything) , I have a 750 W PSU with 56amps on the 12 v rail. It does the job. No Bottlenecks in here.

Edited By: Soulreape on Nov 10, 2010 23:45
#36
Soulreape
jaydeeuk1
Soulreape
As for all of you saying a 5770 will run almost everything at full settings, you are talking out your rear ends, I have a 5870 crossfire setup with a watercooled I7 950 OC'd to 4 GHz with 6 gb of Ballistix CL7 on a P6T and it can just about run everything at full settings at 1920 x1080 including Full AA and AF.For the everything everyone above is talking about it must be low res and no AA.
Then you must have a major bottle neck, eg sh*t PSU, as even a standalone 5830 with slower CPU than yours will play most games at near 60fps with bells and whistles, even dx11 colin mcrae at near 50fps 1920x1080. (such as on guru3d)I'd check your drivers too, other than latest dx11 games you should be getting way faster than "just about"
Dont worry I know what I am doing ;-) Dirt gets 60 FPS on Everything its a console port, as is AvP , as is COD, try your 5770 on Crysis, or Just Cause 2, or Arma II operation arrowhead, or Metro 2033 and see what you get (hence just about everything) , I have a 750 W PSU with 56amps on the 12 v rail. It does the job. No Bottlenecks in here.


it comes down to what games you play, do you have to have 16AA on highest at 1080, if you do you probably wont be looking at cards under £100.
#37
dedbeat
Soulreape
jaydeeuk1
Soulreape
As for all of you saying a 5770 will run almost everything at full settings, you are talking out your rear ends, I have a 5870 crossfire setup with a watercooled I7 950 OC'd to 4 GHz with 6 gb of Ballistix CL7 on a P6T and it can just about run everything at full settings at 1920 x1080 including Full AA and AF.For the everything everyone above is talking about it must be low res and no AA.
Then you must have a major bottle neck, eg sh*t PSU, as even a standalone 5830 with slower CPU than yours will play most games at near 60fps with bells and whistles, even dx11 colin mcrae at near 50fps 1920x1080. (such as on guru3d)I'd check your drivers too, other than latest dx11 games you should be getting way faster than "just about"
Dont worry I know what I am doing ;-) Dirt gets 60 FPS on Everything its a console port, as is AvP , as is COD, try your 5770 on Crysis, or Just Cause 2, or Arma II operation arrowhead, or Metro 2033 and see what you get (hence just about everything) , I have a 750 W PSU with 56amps on the 12 v rail. It does the job. No Bottlenecks in here.


it comes down to what games you play, do you have to have 16AA on highest at 1080, if you do you probably wont be looking at cards under £100.


I agree, I was trying to let everyone know that this card wont do that, unlike everyone else trying to say it will handle anything. Its a budget card. You'll get budget performance.

Edited By: Soulreape on Nov 11, 2010 00:27
#38
This is a great card for 1680x1050. At that resolution there's not an awful lot of point getting a 6850 or whatever.

At 1080p it is still mostly fine for console ports, but for PC-exclusive stuff that needs more oomph you will need to turn down a few things here and there.

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