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XFX Radeon 5770 1GB just £106.42 @ Scan

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6y, 3m agoFound 6 years, 3 months ago
free delivery via av forums or hexus.
best price i have seen a 5770 for in a long time and its the superior 1GB edition!! also 2 year warranty with xfx/ scan.
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#1
HOT! These were around £135 two months ago!
#2
hot indeed, thanks op
#3
Was gonna ask if this is the new single slot model.. but clicked on link and can see in the picture that this is the dual slot model.
#4
Does this need to be connected to the psu? I only have a 8400GS as I have a crappy Dell psu :(
#5
yes, needs a six pin power supply
#6
your dell PSU might be up to the job though, in a lot of reviews where they were using an i7 system, the complete power draw for the whole system under load was only something like 260w
#7
hows this compare with a 4870 or 4890 ati
#8
muffin247
hows this compare with a 4870 or 4890 ati

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#9
muffin247
hows this compare with a 4870 or 4890 ati

the 5770 is slightly slower than a 4870 in SOME benchmarks, but on par in others. its a fair bit slower than a 4890, whos direct competition would be the radeon 5830 or gtx 460 768mb version. I suppose you could overclock the 5770 to close to 4890 performance though. would have though this deal would have been hotter :S!

Edited By: lucas4 on Sep 01, 2010 11:33: ,
1 Like #10
marksixsigma
Does this need to be connected to the psu? I only have a 8400GS as I have a crappy Dell psu :(


will work perfect in a dell, i've got the 5770 xxx running fine in my dimension 9200... even though die hard tekkies said i would need to ugprade to a 500w psu, i've not experienced any problem with power at all, i play bfbc2, avp, crysis all on the highest settings. watch HD/Blurays like their going out of fashion etc.

With xfx u get a double lifetime warranty, so you can ebay it when it becomes outdated and transfer warranty to new owner aswell.


Edited By: samosa on Sep 01, 2010 12:25: added comment.
#11
u get lifetime warranty? u sure?
#12
Not sure about the warranty, looked that up when I bought my gt240 months ago and I'm sure it said for USA regions only... but could be wrong, have mine registered with xfx though.. will try and check.
#13
yep I was right about it only being the US..

response I got from xfx


Hi, thanks for your message and for letting us know. Lifetime warranty exists only in the US, for all other regions warranty is with the reseller for the minimum warranty period according to the country/region. Hope all goes well, however if any queries or problems please keep us posted. Kind regards Paul


So warranty is only 1-3 years basically, with scan it states 24 months.

Edited By: paddy.stone on Sep 02, 2010 15:41: update
#14
Tempted to buy a second 5770 at this price, it's gonna be hard to resist :p
#15
marksixsigma
Does this need to be connected to the psu? I only have a 8400GS as I have a crappy Dell psu :(


You should check out either:
Nvidia GT240
ATI HD4670
ATI HD5760

Should work fine with your PSU...
#16
Not a bad price but still not as fast as the HD4890 if you already have one. So not an upgrade from that.
#17
Anyone know if this will work in my rather old motherboard: Asus AB9? PSU is 750w so that's fine. I seem to remember reading something about needing PCI-E 2.0 or it wouldn't work?
#18
Should i get this or the xfx 4770 for £60? im not a hardcore gamer just want a half decent budget card for my rig
#19
Eez1
Should i get this or the xfx 4770 for £60? im not a hardcore gamer just want a half decent budget card for my rig


I'd spend the extra bit and go for the 5770, it's a great card.
#20
Will this play COD4 at max settings ?
#21
samosa
marksixsigma
Does this need to be connected to the psu? I only have a 8400GS as I have a crappy Dell psu :(
will work perfect in a dell, i've got the 5770 xxx running fine in my dimension 9200... even though die hard tekkies said i would need to ugprade to a 500w psu, i've not experienced any problem with power at all, i play bfbc2, avp, crysis all on the highest settings. watch HD/Blurays like their going out of fashion etc.With xfx u get a double lifetime warranty, so you can ebay it when it becomes outdated and transfer warranty to new owner aswell.

Crysis on highest settings on a 5770 ? Eh, I am thinking not I am afraid :( Unless you are running it at 640 x 480 ! Infact BFBC2 will struggle on a 5770 at anything higher than 1280 x 1024 you might get away with avp. Only saying so everyone knows.

Great price on the card though , crossfire them up and get some decent performance. Also you might get away with a lower than recommended power supply, but for how long is anyones guess, best bet is to be at least close to manufacturers recommended spec.
#22
I am thinking of getting a second one of these for Xfire. Hot price!
#23
itzgary
Will this play COD4 at max settings ?


If you want to see how well a card runs use youtube plenty of videos on there giving you an idea of how well the card runs various games. For example >

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uCnMApamoew

The system specs and resolution are usually stated in the video description.

Edited By: fishmaster on Sep 02, 2010 20:20:
#24
itzgary
Will this play COD4 at max settings ?


Yes it will :)

Soulreape
samosa
marksixsigma
Does this need to be connected to the psu? I only have a 8400GS as I have a crappy Dell psu :(
will work perfect in a dell, i've got the 5770 xxx running fine in my dimension 9200... even though die hard tekkies said i would need to ugprade to a 500w psu, i've not experienced any problem with power at all, i play bfbc2, avp, crysis all on the highest settings. watch HD/Blurays like their going out of fashion etc.With xfx u get a double lifetime warranty, so you can ebay it when it becomes outdated and transfer warranty to new owner aswell.


Crysis on highest settings on a 5770 ? Eh, I am thinking not I am afraid :( Unless you are running it at 640 x 480 ! Infact BFBC2 will struggle on a 5770 at anything higher than 1280 x 1024 you might get away with avp. Only saying so everyone knows.

Great price on the card though , crossfire them up and get some decent performance. Also you might get away with a lower than recommended power supply, but for how long is anyones guess, best bet is to be at least close to manufacturers recommended spec.


I can get my 5770 running Crysis at max at 1280x1024. It is overclocked mind.
#25
Soulreape

Crysis on highest settings on a 5770 ? Eh, I am thinking not I am afraid :( Unless you are running it at 640 x 480 ! Infact BFBC2 will struggle on a 5770 at anything higher than 1280 x 1024 you might get away with avp. Only saying so everyone knows.


I play Crysis with a MSI R5770 HAWK at 1920 x 1080, DX10, No AA with most settings set to High/Very High and get 25 fps AVG and about 35 fps MAX. Definitely playable, but you'd need to drop the shader settings down if you want to get much higher fps at the resolution.
#26
This card will not struggle with BC2 I’m running a 4650 and running BC2 on low to medium just fine and the bench marks on the 5770 on BC2 are very good on Max settings.
#27
Crysis on highest settings on a 5770 ? Eh, I am thinking not I am afraid :( Unless you are running it at 640 x 480 ! Infact BFBC2 will struggle on a 5770 at anything higher than 1280 x 1024 you might get away with avp. Only saying so everyone knows

I have everything at max, full aa, 1080 etc (obviously not the hidden developers max settings) and it is just about playable dropping to 17fps in huge chains of explosions. And its runs (relatively) silently and cooly.

Even though i have the xxx version of this card, it is a fantastic little beast. And cheers OP, now you have put me in the position I have to choose between my gf's bday and crossfire :P Im blaming you if it doesnt go her way :D
#28
itzgary
Will this play COD4 at max settings ?


at 60fps+. Makes the xbox version look crap ;)
#29
drtesseract
Anyone know if this will work in my rather old motherboard: Asus AB9? PSU is 750w so that's fine. I seem to remember reading something about needing PCI-E 2.0 or it wouldn't work?


isn't that an abit motherboard? http://www.twenga.co.uk/prices-AB9-Pro-ABIT-Motherboard-128388-0

Anyway in answer to your question, if you have a pci-e 2.0 slot there is very little difference and shouldn't affect the card's performance in your system.
#30
Yomanda
Not a bad price but still not as fast as the HD4890 if you already have one. So not an upgrade from that.

Yeah i have a 4890 and was holding back as it can max out settings on 98% of games out and at the bang per buck it takes some beating Aria are selling the XFX 4890 for around £117 and at that price there's nothing gets near it and the clock like monsters and although Its DX10 there's no real difference to the graphics. For anyone that has a 4870 or 4890 its not worth upgrading at all as you will spend around £200 trying to get a card that will do just a little better than the one your thinking of replacing. I'm waiting another few months to see what jumps the Ati 6series bring but its not worth upgrading for me as there's no advantage would much rather save my money.
#31
Thanks OP... just the Ticket.. buying another one of tese to Crossfire with Exisitng XFX card...

As for running BFBC2.. this guy is set to..

1900x1200 All settings High.. AA 8X AF 16X Vsync on HSA0 ON.. run a wee dream... a wee bit slow down when big explosions.. but that why I bought the other card....
Great Deal...
MECOCONUTS EAT YOUR HEART OUT...
#32
You lot must not really be bothered about a steady FPS then, fair enough, I wish I could enjoy random spikes in gaming , so does my bank account :-(
#33
Soulreape
You lot must not really be bothered about a steady FPS then, fair enough, I wish I could enjoy random spikes in gaming , so does my bank account :-(


I get about 40fps typically maxed out on it, enough for me, have seen it up around 53 or so when no action is really happening.

As for BC2, again, fully maxed out at 1280x1024 with V-sync on, and it has no problems.

Edited By: kharma45 on Sep 04, 2010 02:01: .
#34
muffin247
hows this compare with a 4870 or 4890 ati


It's only slightly slower than a 4870, but with the extra features (namely DX11, although you'll most likely need more than one 5770 to make use of this well), lower power consumption, running cooler and running quieter, it's easily the superior card in my eyes, I'm running two of them :)
#35
jaybear88
Crysis on highest settings on a 5770 ? Eh, I am thinking not I am afraid :( Unless you are running it at 640 x 480 ! Infact BFBC2 will struggle on a 5770 at anything higher than 1280 x 1024 you might get away with avp. Only saying so everyone knows
I have everything at max, full aa, 1080 etc (obviously not the hidden developers max settings) and it is just about playable dropping to 17fps in huge chains of explosions. And its runs (relatively) silently and cooly.Even though i have the xxx version of this card, it is a fantastic little beast. And cheers OP, now you have put me in the position I have to choose between my gf's bday and crossfire :P Im blaming you if it doesnt go her way :D
i take no responsibilty for the upset girlfriend :p. BTW if you go through scan today only, there is the same card as this but with a different XFX cooler that is only £2 more. dunno if its better or quieter but its another option :)!

Edited By: lucas4 on Sep 04, 2010 15:16: .
#36
Maxed out in these days of higher resolution gaming is not playing things at 1280 x 1024, maxed out is Max Settings on 1920 x 1080 or higher , to me it is anyway , and quite a lot of other people I know it means the same thing ! I fear I am fighting a losing battle trying to convince you all that this will not play things "maxed" in the true sense of the word, so will say its a good card, but not great :) Enjoy it.
#37
Soul has a valid point, 1280x1024 isn't the a 2010 gaming resolution in regards to PC's.
#38
i play my games on 1920 x 1080 too. i'll download fraps and check frame rate on max settings and report back.

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