XFX Radeon 5770 XXX 1GB edition just £104.99 @ ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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good price for a pre - overclocked 1gb 5770! finally the price is starting to drop on these cards after being overpirced for a few months now!
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#1
good price
#2
Good price, but I would recommend spending another tenner and get a GTX 460.
#3
aww damn! i paid an extra £20 like 3 weeks ago!
#4
decent card for the money I have one myself it overclocks like mad using the ATi software, mines overclocked 950 gpu and 1400memory. Gives 260gtx sort of benchmarks at that speed. Still if you can afford the extra the 460 is the better card though you'll struggle to find a 1gig card for 115 as mentioned above, that is also a good overclocker.
Incidentally if you have a crossfire mobo 2 of these are better than a 5870.
#5
v8griff
Good price, but I would recommend spending another tenner and get a GTX 460.


Another tenner? The next cheapest GTX 460 on eBuyer is £141... that's another £36?
#6
Scan do them cheaper, much cheaper. Probably looking at about £120 there...

Its worth spending that little bit more imo..
#7
He might be referring to the 768MB version of the GTX 460, which some places have been knocking out for about £120 recently. However I wouldn't recommend it (or this 5770) for 1080p or 1920x1200. For 1680x1050 though they are more than enough power.

If you run at 1080p or above then better options are the 1GB version of the GTX 460, or wait a few weeks to see pricing on ATI's 6000 series.
#8
You dont know what you're talking about. 1080p is 1920x1080, which the 768Mb version GTX460 will run great.

I play Crysis at highest settings @ 1080p on the GTX460, and it's 30-60fps smooth. This card however will NOT do that.

And you do know that the video card memory is used to store textures etc. by games, and NOT to process the image. Thus, it really doesn't matter unless you want to have the highest texture qualities (even if you do, 768mb 460GTX is still better than the 1gb version of this card)
#9
I recently swapped my 5770 for a GTX 460 (768mb) its considerably better for the games I play at 1650x1050.

I will be back to ATi when the 6000 series comes out mind.
#10
foxrocks
He might be referring to the 768MB version of the GTX 460, which some places have been knocking out for about £120 recently. However I wouldn't recommend it (or this 5770) for 1080p or 1920x1200. For 1680x1050 though they are more than enough power. If you run at 1080p or above then better options are the 1GB version of the GTX 460, or wait a few weeks to see pricing on ATI's 6000 series.

I have a MSI cyclone, 768MB (running at stock speed), and can say that all my games at 1920x1200 look and play fantastic. The 1GB version of this card only equates to roughly 5% improvement.
#11
Is the 5850 likely to drop in price when the new ATI cards come out in October?
banned#12
wats the 5570 like?
#13
ReflexReact
You dont know what you're talking about. 1080p is 1920x1080, which the 768Mb version GTX460 will run great.

I play Crysis at highest settings @ 1080p on the GTX460, and it's 30-60fps smooth. This card however will NOT do that.

And you do know that the video card memory is used to store textures etc. by games, and NOT to process the image. Thus, it really doesn't matter unless you want to have the highest texture qualities (even if you do, 768mb 460GTX is still better than the 1gb version of this card)


Average Crysis FPS with the 768MB version appears to be about 20-40 from what I can tell looking at numerous benchmarks. So yeah you'll get good performance at 1080p with this card in most games, but it won't have the longevity or performance of the 1GB version at high resolutions.

FYI there are more differences between the 768MB version and 1GB versions of the GTX 460 than just an increase in VRAM. Lower ROP count and memory bandwidth on the 768MB version. It's not the same as say an ATI 4850 512MB and ATI 4850 1GB, where literally the only difference is the VRAM.

Edited By: foxrocks on Sep 30, 2010 16:05: typo
#14
not voting, but a smart person would pay the tiny extra bit for the GT460.

I like ATI cards,but with the 5xxx they been taking the mick over charging for so long..
#15
Good card. Plays everything I throw at it
1 Like #16
I was so close to buying a 460 but after the disappointment of Civ 5 I can't think of any reason to upgrade from my 4 year old card at the moment.
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montblanc
I was so close to buying a 460 but after the disappointment of Civ 5 I can't think of any reason to upgrade from my 4 year old card at the moment.


You too eh!

Still playing CIV IV here. Someone recommended on HOTUKDeals Rise of Mankind Mod for it..if you haven't tried it...DO IT! It's what CIV 5 should have been.



Edited By: Istanbul_Kop on Sep 30, 2010 17:29: ERRORS IN MY MIND
#18
chicaneuk
v8griff
Good price, but I would recommend spending another tenner and get a GTX 460.


Another tenner? The next cheapest GTX 460 on eBuyer is £141... that's another £36?


here is the normal price

http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/768MB-Asus-GTX-460-TOP-3680MHz-GDDR5-GPU-700MHz-Shader-Clock-1400MHz-336-Cores-2xDL-DVI-mHDMI
#19
GTX 460 is easily better than this. I'd go along with Tom's Hardware's recommendation - it's the best card in the $200 bracket by far, with only the 5830 being close (TH currently have the 5830 as tying with the 460).

However, the deal is still hot. It's a decent card for a good price.
#20
its showing £116.99 now

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